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Guide to Avoid Scratches Behind Milestone/Droid Display
Although the Motorola Droid and Milestone’s build quality is very good, there are some hardware shortcomings to the devices. One of them is the fact that the sliding mechanism could scratch the back of the display pretty easily.
Forum member dproldan has found a pretty good solution for this by simply sticking some tape on the back of the phone.
Fortunately, he shared this mod with us, and made a nice little guide which illustrates the procedure very well.
Originally posted by dproldan
A few pictures showing what I did to avoid the scratches that appear behind the display because of the slider mechanism.
I’ve used a couple of pieces of black vinil cut to 10×27 mm. Any other kind of adhesive tape will work, but it needs to be a smooth surface and resistant.
Check out the mod thread for the complete guide!
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