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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by htc_guy, Jul 5, 2013.

  1. htc_guy

    htc_guy Lurker
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    I have an HTC Butterfly and It's USB port cover (flap) does not close properly, it keeps sticking out. It's annoying and i'm on the verge of tearing it out. Any help would be appreciated.


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  2. hilmar2k

    hilmar2k Android Expert

    I usually insert the non-attached end first, the push the attached end in.

    If that doesn't work, give it a good yank and rip it off. Don't really need it.
  3. ispamforfood

    ispamforfood Member

    I'm debating ripping it off myself... I used to think I needed it, but the last couple phones I had didn't have it, and miraculously, I never managed to kill the phone. :p
  4. WReX1285

    WReX1285 Lurker

    There is no need to rip it off. It works similar to the way to you put on a face plate for a car stereo head unit.

    The little piece of plastic that is attached to the phone slides inside the phone. Slide it in all the way to the left and the free end should snap right in. You have to give it a pretty firm push to snap in, but once it goes in it is sealed up pretty tight.

    I actually kind of like it that way.
  5. htc_guy

    htc_guy Lurker
    Thread Starter

    Thanks for you replies people.

    I just stopped messing with it and it got fixed. I think my phone was f****ing with me.

    but one problem i'm guessing was with the rubber pad on the flap. It felt a bit greasy so it wouldn't stay put in the port. I cleaned it and maybe that worked.

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