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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by cruiser771, Nov 24, 2010.

  1. cruiser771

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    oops, already posted in the accessories section
     
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    Has anyone used it yet? Was curious to see how it performed.

    Thanks in advance!
     
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    I got mine in the mail yesterday. I only had a few minutes to snap it on and try I but the right d-pad arrow key did not work. The key doesn't align itself over the "D" key properly so it doesn't make contact squarely, just the edge of the key. As a result, the d-pad is non functional. When I hae some more time, I'll figure a way to fix it. I have seen others complaining of the same issue, it looks like a design flaw. I would hold off until its addressed.
     
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    That's a cool lil piece!
     
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    I just got mine and have the same issue with the right D-Pad. It does not make contact.

    I was able to get it to be functional: instead of installing it flush against the bottom of the opened screen, I moved it down a few millimeters. The D-Pad was fully operational at the expense of the two lowest buttons.

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    Additionally it completely covers the headphone jack. There is a hole for the USB port but the hole is badly centered around the port. Moving the pad a few milli-meters down to get the right D-pad arrow functional results in the USB port being partially obstructed. I might fix it with a dremel.
     

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