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Tips Loving my Innocase II Surface, not loving screen protectors

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by ProxisTech, Apr 5, 2011.

  1. ProxisTech

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    Finally got my case and its awesome. Protects my baby like it should. Fit is REAL nice. So I would recommend it if anyone is interested. NOT impressed however, with their screen protectors. I give them a 7/10. Not a perfect fit. Got a little cut out notch on the bottom that I cant understand what its there for and corners are lifting a little after 1 week...not clinging like they should. And I am a fanatic about my screen covers. So I just ordered a set of 3 from Boxwave. Great Price on a three pack, free shipping. They were EXCELLENT on my Storm so I'm hoping they are the same for the Thunderbolt.
     

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    Is the cut out slot half moon shaped? If so that is for the proximity sensor and should be at the top.
     
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    Ohhhhhhh!.....is that what thats for? Well I have it in the wrong spot but it doesn't seem to effect the proximity sensor in the least bit. Working fine. SO...it goes at the top huh...LEFT or RIGHT side when looking at the device?
     
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    How is the Innocase to take off an on? If you had to take it off several times a day to replace a battery, would it be something you could do in a few seconds? I only ask because I recently purchased the POP case and love it for that reason, you can get it on and off in seconds, but I'm an accessory whore and I'm always looking for variety. Thanks for your input. :)
     
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    It's pretty easy. You just push down on the center in the back and you can slide it right off.

    I suspect the case affects GPS reception, since mine's been crappy since I put the case on.
     
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    I've not had that problem with the GPS being crappy. ?? I don't remove the case at all. I manage to get pretty good battery life out of mine by using some of the common sense battery saving techniques I've learned throughout the many devices I've owned and also posted throughout this and other forums, without really compromising anything. Also, I am a consultant and travel a bit in the car so in between I plug it in while I am driving and let it get a little love at least once during the day. That's all it needs and it gets me through all the way to bedtime. This will only be an issue until the 1800 mAh batteries come out. Then I'm golden. Also a firmware update or two and the battery life will improve. I could never go through taking the case on and off every day. Thats just me though. I can be a *****.
     
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