I put a Antena Booster in my Samsung Galaxy Precedent but...Support

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  1. clownchick

    clownchick New Member

    There is a sticker with the phones info covering the orignal antena, so I put the antena booster as far as I could off of the sticker, but some of the booster is on the sticker too. I was wondering if I could take off the info sticker and put it up? So I could get a better signal. It's a straight talk phone. Can I remove the sticker without hurting my phone ? :confused:

  2. Rarewolf

    Rarewolf Well-Known Member

    You basically remove its soul!
    You void warranty too.
    And it just wouldn't be much worth.
    The boost will be only one or two bars.
    So I wouldn't recommend it.
  3. Rukbat

    Rukbat Well-Known Member

    You want to void the phone's warranty to "install" a completely useless (except to the people who sell them) little piece of plastic. Turn that "antenna booster" into a piece of artwork and next time ask before you waste your money on a 2 cent fraud. (Yes, that's what they cost the people who sell them - they're for sale for $20/1,000 on eBay all the time.)

    If they worked, the phone manufacturers would put them in all their phones - and charge you $1 extra (or a lot more) for what basically would be free during the manufacturing process.

    (The actual theory behind those things isn't taught in an EE course, it's taught in an MBA course - "there's one born every minute".)
  4. Prepaidguy9081

    Prepaidguy9081 Well-Known Member

  5. Corelulos

    Corelulos New Member

  6. rosser725

    rosser725 Active Member

    It's so not worth it.... It's not enough improvement to take that sticker off. The phone just feels weird without the sticker lol

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