Question about Samsung Cell Phones
A nice solution here!.... The phone will arrive without a battery, so as you press on the flexible battery cover it worps and you'll end up either breaking it, not getting it off - sending it back going into the shop. I used a plastic ****** - when fixed to the middle of the cover it allows you to push the cover sideways without putting the cover out of shape..MAGIC! I guess with the battery in and a few open closes it'll be easier in the futre. Why don't they leave the cover off, after all you need to fit SIM and Battery anyway! Yours... Nigel.
Posted on Dec 04, 2008
Have you checked the manual? http://support.t-mobile.com/knowbase/root/public/tm30195.pdf
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