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Old November 14th, 2013, 12:44 PM   #101 (permalink)
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I just ordered myself one of THESE. For $15 shipped, I figured I couldn't go wrong. Yeah yeah, the cloud. I just have a thing for physical storage.
I have one of those for use with both my Nexus 5 and Nexus 7. It's wonderful!
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I just ordered myself one of THESE. For $15 shipped, I figured I couldn't go wrong. Yeah yeah, the cloud. I just have a thing for physical storage.
If you're not rooted what app/"3rd party software" would you use? Thanks!
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I'm a little confused by your question. An app for extra storage?

You could use any cloud service. Drive, copy, Dropbox, box; all of those offer a free mobile app along with your account.

Also the card reader I linked to will work as well. None of these options require root.

This phone also supports usb on the go I believe without root. Which is similar to the product I linked but less portable and uses usb sticks rather than a micro sd card.

Sorry if I'm misunderstanding the question.
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I'm a little confused by your question. An app for extra storage?

You could use any cloud service. Drive, copy, Dropbox, box; all of those offer a free mobile app along with your account.

Also the card reader I linked to will work as well. None of these options require root.

This phone also supports usb on the go I believe without root. Which is similar to the product I linked but less portable and uses usb sticks rather than a micro sd card.

Sorry if I'm misunderstanding the question.
On the linked product page, it says if you're not rooted you'll need to use the card reader with a "3rd party software". I'm not sure what they mean by that. Thanks.
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On the linked product page, it says if you're not rooted you'll need to use the card reader with a "3rd party software". I'm not sure what they mean by that. Thanks.
Ah, I see what you are talking about now. I had missed that.

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Does it or will it work with Nexus 5?

Yes. We have tested and verified that: (1) on a non-rooted Nexus 5, "Nexus Media Importer" can be used to read/view/write files using our reader; (2) on a rooted Nexus 5, StickMount can be used to mount an SD card using our reader for read/write access.
Note: one customer reported that "Nexus Media Importer" only works for him if he sets language to US English, but the latest version works for us even if we set the language our Nexus 5 to some other language.

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Nexus 5, Nexus 7 (2012 original and 2013 new), Nexus 10, Galaxy Nexus.

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You need a third-party App. We recommend "Nexus Media Importer", search Play Store for it, and see the following website for more information:
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Please follow the instruction of the App; except you don't need a USB-OTG cable -- you just plug-in this reader.

What you can do. You can use the App to, (1) view photo, play music and video files (need apps installed to play certain type of video files); (2) read/open many types of files with necessary apps installed that can handle the specific file type (e.g., pdf document); (3) copy/move files between internal storage and external MicroSD card.

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Warning. Rooting your device may void the warranty of your phone or tablet and may cause irreparable damages to it. We don't encourage you to do that just to use this reader and can't and will not be held responsible for any damages if you choose to do so. Please see Disclaimer.
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To support file systems such as exFat, ntfs, you need some extra software; please refer to the App for how to install that.
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Note that Nexus Media Importer is not free but doing a search on Google Play for "usb otg" returned non rooted free results as well. Here's one for example: OTG Disk Explorer Lite
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Note that Nexus Media Importer is not free but doing a search on Google Play for "usb otg" returned non rooted free results as well. Here's one for example: OTG Disk Explorer Lite
Thanks very much for all this! Extremely helpful!
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I got this case Monday (slate metal color) and have had it on the N5 since it showed up. It's a nice fit, and the buttons have an awesome feel to them. Took me a minute to get it on, but eventually got it. The TPU back seems to me to be less "grippy" than the back of the phone, but I'm going to keep it for now.

I have had an Otterbox Commuter on my RAZR Maxx since I bought it, and while it adds some bulk, it has saved my phone from two really bad drops on the pavement (one face down). I'm not so sure this case would provide the same level of protection as the Otterbox as it's definitely lighter and thinner.

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Oh man you weren't kidding! This case is extremely slippery, much more than the phone. I thought the back would be a little more rubbery but it slides right off of my orb charger. I am disappoint. It looks freaking awesome for a case so not sure what to do yet.
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Oh man you weren't kidding! This case is extremely slippery, much more than the phone. I thought the back would be a little more rubbery but it slides right off of my orb charger. I am disappoint. It looks freaking awesome for a case so not sure what to do yet.
I had someone ask me when I was getting a case for my new phone this week. If you didn't know what the phone looked like without one, you might not realize it had a case on it.

Also, I LOVE the way the buttons feel...it really is a nice feel. Not sure if I will keep it on long term though. I really baby my phones, but do prefer something sturdier for occasional time it slips out of my hand.
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I'm having issues with my spigen slimarmor.

It hugs the device so tight it holds the power button down and reboots it. Haven't hit the sweet spot yet where it works
I bought this in hopes that it was a random thing, mine fits just right.
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So I got a new case today.

I had had this one before:Amazon.com: Diztronic Matte Back Black Flexible TPU Case for LG Nexus 5 - Retail Packaging: Cell Phones & Accessories and it was okay, was a little more bulky than I had hoped and very flexible which made it difficult for me to pull out of my pocket because the edges would pull way from the phone. TPU cases are hit and miss and this one certainly wasn't bad but wasn't working for me.

The new case, The Spigen Ultra Slim version with clear plastic: Amazon.com: [360 PROTECTION] Spigen Google Nexus 5 Case Slim [Ultra Fit] [Crystal Shell] *JAPANESE BASE PET FILM* FREE Screen Protector + Premium Clear Hard Case for Nexus 5 - Crystal Shell (SGP10650): Cell Phones & Accessories This thing is fits like a glove and I like that it showcases the white pack of my phone very clearly. aside from edges being less than smooth (not something I care about) it provides the protection, usability and look that I was searching for.
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UPDATE: I've had this case for a week or so now. It protects the phone fine. I thought the clear back was getting scratched bad...until I read that it has a protective film. I removed it and it looks fine now. I don't like how the buttons feel though. I will replace this case if I find one that has buttons that respond better.
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The new case, The Spigen Ultra Slim version with clear plastic: Amazon.com: [360 PROTECTION] Spigen Google Nexus 5 Case Slim [Ultra Fit] [Crystal Shell] *JAPANESE BASE PET FILM* FREE Screen Protector + Premium Clear Hard Case for Nexus 5 - Crystal Shell (SGP10650): Cell Phones & Accessories This thing is fits like a glove and I like that it showcases the white pack of my phone very clearly. aside from edges being less than smooth (not something I care about) it provides the protection, usability and look that I was searching for.
Is that case hard plastic or TPU material? Also is it slippery?
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Is that case hard plastic or TPU material? Also is it slippery?
Hard plastic, slippery if your hands are dry, slides on cloth. It's crystal clear too
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Hard plastic, slippery if your hands are dry, slides on cloth. It's crystal clear too
....but the back is a fingerprint magnet as well. I'm using it til the official ones drop.

Oh, and I ponied up for the official wireless charger. Currently I'm using the Nokia DT-900 and it works good, but...but...SHINY!
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....but the back is a fingerprint magnet as well. I'm using it til the official ones drop.

Oh, and I ponied up for the official wireless charger. Currently I'm using the Nokia DT-900 and it works good, but...but...SHINY!
Damn. So did I.
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I received both of these today. Keep in mind, I really don't like cases (or screen protectors, which I refuse to lose). I even went caseless with my Nexus 4 the 7 months or so I had it and it was flawless when I passed it on to my son (I told *him* o get a case ).

The first one, the slim case, I don't like at all. Fits, very tightly, but I don't like the cheap clear plastic look of it. The corners are open, which kind defeats the purpose of bumper protection. Also, I didn't like that the only way to remove the Nexus 5 is to push on the camera lens to pop it out.

The second one, the Ultra Hybrid, is much nicer. I prefer the rubbery black bumper, and wish it were just that. The back is again chap clear plastic and I just find that ugly compared to the phone. I'd love for Google/LG to come out with a simple black bumper like they did for the Nexus 4. I'll keep this case, but only as a standby for if I think I might need it. Going to keep the Nexus 5 naked for now.

Been keeping my handhelds naked for 4-5 years now (Nokia 5800, Nexus One, Nexus 4 and now this). I'd actually rather have a few dings than an ugly case that hides the beauty of the phone's design.

However, that's just me. I fully understand people who want protection.
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I received both of these today. Keep in mind, I really don't like cases (or screen protectors, which I refuse to lose). I even went caseless with my Nexus 4 the 7 months or so I had it and it was flawless when I passed it on to my son (I told *him* o get a case ).

The first one, the slim case, I don't like at all. Fits, very tightly, but I don't like the cheap clear plastic look of it. The corners are open, which kind defeats the purpose of bumper protection. Also, I didn't like that the only way to remove the Nexus 5 is to push on the camera lens to pop it out.

The second one, the Ultra Hybrid, is much nicer. I prefer the rubbery black bumper, and wish it were just that. The back is again chap clear plastic and I just find that ugly compared to the phone. I'd love for Google/LG to come out with a simple black bumper like they did for the Nexus 4. I'll keep this case, but only as a standby for if I think I might need it. Going to keep the Nexus 5 naked for now.

Been keeping my handhelds naked for 4-5 years now (Nokia 5800, Nexus One, Nexus 4 and now this). I'd actually rather have a few dings than an ugly case that hides the beauty of the phone's design.

However, that's just me. I fully understand people who want protection.
What do you think of the official LG/Google cases? I think they went on sale today.
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What do you think of the official LG/Google cases? I think they went on sale today.
I expect them to be quite nice, actually, although, again, I wish they were just bumpers. I think they will be form fitting and this retain much that is nice about the shape of the phone. They are over-priced, which seems to be Google's way. Affordable phones, over-priced accessories. Still, I'm ordering the black one.
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I expect them to be quite nice, actually, although, again, I wish they were just bumpers. I think they will be form fitting and this retain much that is nice about the shape of the phone. They are over-priced, which seems to be Google's way. Affordable phones, over-priced accessories. Still, I'm ordering the black one.
Is a 'bumper' case just a silicone jacket....? Or is it just a thin plastic shell...?
I get confused..
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Is a 'bumper' case just a silicone jacket....? Or is it just a thin plastic shell...?
I get confused..
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A bumper wraps around the edges and maybe has enough edge to lift the screen if you place it face down. It doesn't cover the back. Like bumpers on cars, they don't help that much against high impact but will cushion against minor drops and bumps of normal handling.
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Oh, and I ponied up for the official wireless charger. Currently I'm using the Nokia DT-900 and it works good, but...but...SHINY!
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Damn. So did I.
Received my wireless charger. Haven't really seen or used any others so I can't really compare, but this thing is exquisite. Nice, solid black square wit a slightly tacky underside that anchors it to any surface you put it on (pulls up fine and leaves nothing behind, just gives it a very firm grip on the surface). The smooth top acts like a magnet to the back of the Nexus 5. Again, you can pull it back up, but you aren't going to accidentally knock the Nexus 5 off the table.

It charges pretty fast and worked with the Spigen Ultra Hybrid case on, which has pretty thick plastic across the back.

All in all, a very nice piece of kit and I'm very happy I bought it.
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Received my wireless charger. Haven't really seen or used any others so I can't really compare, but this thing is exquisite. Nice, solid black square wit a slightly tacky underside that anchors it to any surface you put it on (pulls up fine and leaves nothing behind, just gives it a very firm grip on the surface). The smooth top acts like a magnet to the back of the Nexus 5. Again, you can pull it back up, but you aren't going to accidentally knock the Nexus 5 off the table.

It charges pretty fast and worked with the Spigen Ultra Hybrid case on, which has pretty thick plastic across the back.

All in all, a very nice piece of kit and I'm very happy I bought it.
Just wondering, when you put your n5 on the charger is there any indication or notification like a little flash screen or sound on the phone when charging when the battery is still above 90% ? Someone was asking about this elsewhere. Thanks!
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Just wondering, when you put your n5 on the charger is there any indication or notification like a little flash screen or sound on the phone when charging when the battery is still above 90% ? Someone was asking about this elsewhere. Thanks!
Basically, if it is below 100%, the screen comes on and the lightning bolt appears over the battery. If it is 100%, nothing happens, the screen doesn't even come on.
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Basically, if it is below 100%, the screen comes on and the lightning bolt appears over the battery. If it is 100%, nothing happens, the screen doesn't even come on.
Oh cool, thanks. So if the battery is 90% to 99% the screen should come on for at least a second or whatever.
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Oh cool, thanks. So if the battery is 90% to 99% the screen should come on for at least a second or whatever.
Yes, after I charged the first time, I specifically tested for that. Took it off the charger and put it back on. Nothing happened. I then turned screen brightness to full and ran the video intro to a FPS game, which got me down to 98%. I turned off the screen and put it back down and the screen came on with the lightning bolt showing.
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Yes, after I charged the first time, I specifically tested for that. Took it off the charger and put it back on. Nothing happened. I then turned screen brightness to full and ran the video intro to a FPS game, which got me down to 98%. I turned off the screen and put it back down and the screen came on with the lightning bolt showing.
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Got this Wireless Charger today. Works good with my N5. Went from 23% to 82% in about an hour and 10 min. Picked it up from Amazon for $30. Amazon.com: CHOE UPGRADED Qi Wireless Charger Charging Pad for Nexus 4, Nexus 5, New Nexus 7 Tablet, Galaxy S4, Galaxy S3, Galaxy Note 2 and Other Qi-Enabled Phones: Cell Phones & Accessories

UPDATE: it works with the case on. However, don't know if I'd leave it on the charger overnight again. Phone was very warm this morning.
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Can someone tell me if there is any difference between these two cases in the links below. Other than price of course. It seems like the same case but I'm not so sure. Thanks!


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Amazon.com: [NEXUS 5 TEXTURE] Spigen Google Nexus 5 Case Slim [Ultra Fit] [Smooth White] FREE **Japanese PET Film** Screen Protector Included + Premium Matte Hard Case for Nexus 5 - Smooth White (SGP10561): Cell Phones & Accessories
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With all my past devices, even my N7, I have always used the Seidio Active cases, they are expensive but I love the way they fit, don't add alot of bulk and you can get them with a holster (I don't carry my phone in my pocket). I checked their website and they are in production for the N5, I signed up for them to notify me when they come available.
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With all my past devices, even my N7, I have always used the Seidio Active cases, they are expensive but I love the way they fit, don't add alot of bulk and you can get them with a holster (I don't carry my phone in my pocket). I checked their website and they are in production for the N5, I signed up for them to notify me when they come available.
I think they changed it to Dilex now, right?
I think thats the route I am going, but it sucks they aren't ready. All the while the phone sits unused..
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well, I got this in the mail tonight: http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FZ14E3S/ref=pe_385040_30332190_TE_3p_M3T1_ST1_dp_1

It's okay and will work but I'm worried about it flexing off the phone when I'm pulling the N5 out of my pocket. It's smooth and somewhat snug but has so much traction that it doesn't slide against fabric very well. I was looking for something a little more firm but I like it so far. You can also turn the phone upside down with just enough lip that there is no worry of the screen ever touching the surface.
Got the Same case but in purple. Don't have my phone yet but I have always loved diztronic cases. Have bought one for every phone I've owned in the last yr. always been satisfied.
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I think they changed it to Dilex now, right?
I think thats the route I am going, but it sucks they aren't ready. All the while the phone sits unused..
Yeah I think you are correct, I just couldn't remember the exact name. Hopefully it won't take too long to complete production.
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Amazon.com: [FULL HD] Spigen Google Nexus 5 Screen Protector Clear [Crystal] [3-PACK] Japanese PET Film HD [LIFETIME WARRANTY] Premium Front Screen Protector for Nexus 5 - CR (SGP10559): Cell Phones & Accessories
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Amazon.com: Spigen Google Nexus 5 Screen Protector Clear [Ultra Crystal] Premium High Definition (HD) Screen Protector for Google Nexus 5 - Ultra Crystal (SGP10603): Cell Phones & Accessories

Difference being...The 3 pack isnt very crystal clear...?
Anyone with experience on Spigen's marketing..
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I ordered the Spigen case from Amazon: [AIR CUSHION] SPIGEN Google Nexus 5 Case ULTRA HYBRID [Black] Bumper Case with Anti-Scratch Clear Back Panel + [1 FREE Premium Japanese Screen Protector & 2 FREE Graphics] for Nexus 5 - ECO-Friendly Package - Black (SGP10609):Amazon:Cell Phones & Acc

It is not getting great reviews. It hasn't arrived yet. I hope it doesn't suck.


UPDATE: I've had this case for a week or so now. It protects the phone fine. I thought the clear back was getting scratched bad...until I read that it has a protective film. I removed it and it looks fine now. I don't like how the buttons feel though. I will replace this case if I find one that has buttons that respond better.
New UPDATE:

I ordered the Google Nexus 5 case. It was expensive but I bite on the hook. It's better than the Spigen above. It is a bit thinner, stylish and the side buttons are better. Having said that, it's not $30 better. I really liked the Nexus 4 bumper case. The buttons on that were great.
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I ordered the Google Nexus 5 case. It was expensive but I bite on the hook. It's better than the Spigen above. It is a bit thinner, stylish and the side buttons are better. Having said that, it's not $30 better. I really liked the Nexus 4 bumper case. The buttons on that were great.
I pretty much agree. At first I didn't like how it flattened out the back and the smoothness, but it is growing on me (at that price, I have to like it ). It does protect nicely while not seriously changing the footprint (I got the black case and have the black Nexus 5, so you have t look closely to see the difference). I do wish they had done a true bumper like the one for the Nexus 4, but I'm ultimately glad I got this case.
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Any Insight on the difference between the two...?
Seems like the same hardness...........
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Has anyone heard of any charging cases? I've been looking but can't find anything.
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Has anyone heard of any charging cases? I've been looking but can't find anything.
See this thread: http://androidforums.com/showthread.php?t=795100

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Here's what I just ordered, based on my research and info in both threads:

2 different cases:
Spigen Google Nexus 5 Case ULTRA HYBRID [Black]. Good protection, with built in screen protector, and you can put custom graphics in for new looks
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FJJ38HY/ref=pe_385040_30332200_pe_309540_26725410_item
Caseology Slim Fit Premium Matte PU Leather Hybrid TPU Case. Less protection but classy look
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FEBTZAQ/ref=pe_385040_30332200_pe_309540_26725410_item
Screen protector:
Invisible Defender - Google Nexus 5 Screen Protector. Inexpensive, and has holes for face sensor and front cam.
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EPLT8O4/ref=pe_385040_30332200_pe_309540_26725410_item
Car mount:
Aduro U-GRIP PLUS Universal Dashboard Windshield Car Mount. Inexpensive and simple design.
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B008ALV0V4/ref=pe_385040_30332200_pe_309540_26725410_item

Might check out the Nokia wireless charge plate from ATT store, it's like 1/2 price! ($24.95)
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SEIDIO | LG Google Nexus 5
Seidio 'dilex' black dual layer case, now shipping. Formerly known as the active case I believe....
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Seidio 'dilex' black dual layer case, now shipping. Formerly known as the active case I believe....
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I ordered last night. I'm disappointed that the Convert case is stuck "in development", as I prefer to have the ports covered, though I think the Active/Dilex cases (in general) provide otherwise equal protection. I don't see the advantage of the inner hard layer if you're going to leave all layers on all the time - I don't "convert" the Convert case on my Galaxy Nexus.
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I ordered last night. I'm disappointed that the Convert case is stuck "in development", as I prefer to have the ports covered, though I think the Active/Dilex cases (in general) provide otherwise equal protection. I don't see the advantage of the inner hard layer if you're going to leave all layers on all the time - I don't "convert" the Convert case on my Galaxy Nexus.
SO..The convert and dilex look like the same concept...?
Is the convert much more heavy duty..........?
Seidio apparently doesnt like to RESPOND to emails. They just seem to prefer to send auto-generated press releases...

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SO..The convert and dilex look like the same concept...?
Is the convert much more heavy duty..........?
Seidio apparently doesnt like to RESPOND to emails. They just seem to prefer to send auto-generated press releases...

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Seidio seems to have three lines of cases: Surface, Active/Dilex, and Convert. The Surface is a hard case. The Active/Dilex is a silicone layer held in place by a hard exoskeleton, leaving all ports uncovered. The Convert is a combination of the Surface, and an Active/Dilex sized to fit over the Surface case instead of the naked phone, and all ports (including the camera) are protected by silicone flaps. The idea behind the Convert is that you can remove the additional protective layers and use just the Surface case when less protection is warranted or less bulk is desired. Based on my experience with the Active case, I don't see the Convert providing any additional drop protection, but having the ports and camera protected can provide peace of mind in certain environments.
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I ordered the Spigen Slim Ultrafit for both my and my wife's Nexus 5s, thinking I'd just use them as stopgap cases until something better came out. They're cheap. But I am pretty impressed with them - extremely light and add almost no bulk at all to the phone. I wanted some protection but do not want to compromise the slim form factor of the phone, it is part of what makes it so attractive. This case doesn't compromise it at all.

I got the black version for mine and the white version for wifey. They are identical but for the color. I think they are a different cut than the clear ones, as these do in fact have corner protection. The fit is VERY snug, but I haven't found it to damage the phone. You do have to press the camera lens to remove it, but I don't plan on removing it so this isn't an issue to me. There were reports that the cutouts for ports and buttons were sharp but I didn't fine this to be the case on mine. All cutouts are perfect as far as I can tell.

I was planning on just using these as interim cases but unless something comes along that offers better protection without compromising the form factor of the phone I am happy to keep them.
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Here's what I just ordered, based on my research and info in both threads:

2 different cases:
Spigen Google Nexus 5 Case ULTRA HYBRID [Black]. Good protection, with built in screen protector, and you can put custom graphics in for new looks
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FJJ38HY/ref=pe_385040_30332200_pe_309540_26725410_item
Caseology Slim Fit Premium Matte PU Leather Hybrid TPU Case. Less protection but classy look
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00FEBTZAQ/ref=pe_385040_30332200_pe_309540_26725410_item
Screen protector:
Invisible Defender - Google Nexus 5 Screen Protector. Inexpensive, and has holes for face sensor and front cam.
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EPLT8O4/ref=pe_385040_30332200_pe_309540_26725410_item
Car mount:
Aduro U-GRIP PLUS Universal Dashboard Windshield Car Mount. Inexpensive and simple design.
http://www.amazon.com/dp/B008ALV0V4/ref=pe_385040_30332200_pe_309540_26725410_item

Might check out the Nokia wireless charge plate from ATT store, it's like 1/2 price! ($24.95)
Nokia Black Wireless Charging Plate
Both cases are 'adequate'. The Spigen case has button covers that are really squishy and not very easy to use. The Caseology case looks nice, but the bit above the buttons (edge part between button and screen) makes them a bit tough to press down, especially the power button. Both fit snugly... good for cheapo cases I guess.

The Invisible Defender screen protectors are meh too... they are really smudgy, and show fingerprints immediately.

Haven't tried out the car mount yet, stay tuned!

I did get the Nokia charge plate from the ATT store... nice little device, eazy to use. Just plug it in, drop the phone on top, and voila! Make sure you don't let the greeters or service kids convince you they won't work with the N5, because they do! They were still $24.95 as of last saturday (Dec 7th).
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I currently have the Ballistic SG Maxx case and holster.

The screen protector included with the Ballistic case is NOT rigid - it's pretty flexible, but much more sturdy than a standard screen protector. It also doesn't sit flat on the screen, so each time you tap you're pushing the screen protector onto the screen. Since the silicone layer overlaps the edge of the screen protector, it may be possible that I could have made some adjustment, but I removed it for the remainder of my evaluation. The silicone later fits well on the phone, and has flaps that cover the headphone jack and USB port, and the relatively bulky corners seem like they could protect the phone from quite a drop. The plastic layer (they call it two layers, but it's one piece) is a very tight fit over the silicone layer, making it difficult to install or remove, but for long term use I think this is a good thing. Unfortunately, the plastic is not nearly "grippy" enough for me - I constantly feel like the phone is going to slip out of my hand. End result - it's going back.

I also have the Seidio Dilex case and holster, but it just arrived today, so I can't really say much about it yet.
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Well, as I've said, I'm a dropper. I have my spigen clear back case I referenced in my first post. I've dropped it a bunch of times already from various Heights and to various surfaces and it's been protected. I'm happy. (no phones were harmed in the making of this message)
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Just wondering, when you put your n5 on the charger is there any indication or notification like a little flash screen or sound on the phone when charging when the battery is still above 90% ? Someone was asking about this elsewhere. Thanks!
I have the Nokia 900 charger. The phone gives off a little sound when you put it on the charger, along with the battery lightning bolt in notification bar. It also can start up a 'daydream' (look in settings > display > daydream). I have mine set to an analog clock... it drifts around the screen while it's charging. It goes black in about 10 seconds if you removed the phone from the charger pad.
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I have the Nokia 900 charger. The phone gives off a little sound when you put it on the charger, along with the battery lightning bolt in notification bar. It also can start up a 'daydream' (look in settings > display > daydream). I have mine set to an analog clock... it drifts around the screen while it's charging. It goes black in about 10 seconds if you removed the phone from the charger pad.
Good to know, thank you.
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