Last Updated: Feb 26,2010
Computer duster should work for the keyboard, not sure I'd use it for the speaker though.
A hand vac. or I suppose you could just use the removable nozzle on a normal vacuum cleaner.
I've been folding up a piece of paper into a corner and digging out the pocket lint/dust from the speaker.
I have to agree with you on the blowing out the speaker in public thing...been there, done that and got all kinds of weird looks from my coworkers...lint didn't budge. Might be able to find a tiny brush that might work.
I still have the plastic on the keyboard lol...been on there for about 2 months now.
Maybe using a 'stiff' toothbrush? Wouldn't be for anything beside that though, that is unless you like your screen like I like like my horror movies, HACK AND SLASH!
I don't know how truthful this statement is because it came from a Sprint employee, but he had witnessed a Moment with its insides severely corroded and messed up because the customer left the plastic on the keyboard. With the warmth that comes from the phone plus warmth from keeping it in a pocket, the heat turned into moisture that could not escape because of the plastic.
i just wipe it off with my clean,soft t-shirt.
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