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Carbon Fiber Home Made Skin for Nexus One
Perhaps, some of you may like it and some do not like it, but the fact is that XDA member My_Name_Is_Neo came with another alternative on how to preserve a Nexus One from scratches using 3M carbon fiber skin (home made skin).
Eight US Dollars is the budget needed to have this skin, and of course a lot of patience.
If you want to try a different way of protecting your HTC, have a look on this work.
Originally posted by My_Name_Is_Neo
Carbon Fiber Nexus
So i got this idea from one guy who put the 3M carbon fiber skin on EVO, But the problem was the curvy shape of my beloved Nexus. So I tried a few things and wasted some Vinyl but finally i bought Best skins ever skin for $8 and used it as a stencil and cut out the vinyl with my xacto. here are the pics. I liked it a lot so i thought i’ll share with you guys.
Continue to original thread to see pictures of this skin.
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