Mod: Do You Know What Is Underneath The Chrome In Your I9000?
Would you like to give your shiny Galaxy S I9000 a not so shiny look? I personally have nothing but respect for people who have the guts to take a knife to a device worth hundreds of dollars, much like XDA member davanw. Apparently, he decided to see if there was anything better underneath the chrome look of this device. Much to his surprise, he encountered a rather smooth grey finish in that looks relatively good just by itself. He then goes to say that you must be careful but that it is not complicated, so if you feel like changing the look of the device and are not afraid of scratching the screen, why not give this a shot?
Please post pics if you came up with something else as well.
I did it. The plastic under the chrome is not black, it’s grey.
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