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Old May 28th, 2011, 05:34 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Just wondering if anyone has solid information regarding whether or not hard shell/gel/leather cases for our phones have any effect on the quality of the signal that the phone is able to receive and transmit?

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They do not have any effect on reception.
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I have several cases gel, plastic, and plastic blingy. I have noticed that my phone seems to go slower when I have the case on then when it's off. Since the 2.2 update I have to turn my phone off a couple times a day, well yesterday I took the case off to restart it, and didn't put it back on and it seemed to do better, so I don't know . I'm seriously considering gettting a diffferent phone all together.
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