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  1. Luke Bizzy

    Luke Bizzy Member
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    On the bottom edge of phone, there's a tiny red button recessed in a similarly tiny hole that I can't find the function of. Could find no reference to it after searching the forum.

    Thanks.
     

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  2. Phydeaux

    Phydeaux Well-Known Member
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    Uber secret self-destruct button.
     
  3. airjordan223

    airjordan223 Well-Known Member
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    DONT PUSH THAT BUTTON!

























    its not a button, its a little hook for people who want to have crap hang from their phone like a key chain. you can see it if you take the back cover off.
     
  4. markketch

    markketch Well-Known Member
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    I'm pretty sure that's where you can attach a phone charm.
     
  5. ACD168

    ACD168 Well-Known Member
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    lol no thanks
     
  6. Luke Bizzy

    Luke Bizzy Member
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    Thanks aj223. Who'd a thunk.
     
  7. jrmckins

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    teenage girls
     
  8. MutantCheese

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    it's for a tether or wrist strap.
     
  9. necosino

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    I put a lanyard on there when I am biking or traveling somewhere that if my phone were to fall, I'd be SOL, like when I decide to walk over a bridge to Canada (it's actually really fun, lol) Just think about taking a pic, getting hit with a gust of wind, and there goes the phone.. No thanks..
     
  10. MaukaRunner

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    From what I read, the lanyard is popular in Asian countries. In a way I think that's the most functional way of carrying a mobile phone but I'm not going to be the trendsetter here.
     

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