[Mods]How to Repair Dings on your Blue Angel
Most of us have modded our devices to the point that we no longer remember what the stock ROM looked like. But what about the outside? Regardless from how careful one might be, the physical case of the device usually suffers from hits, dings, scratches, and any imaginable form of damage. This is particularly true for older devices, which is why xda member B3nGz has made this guide to fix and repair all the imperfections from our otherwise quasi-perfect devices.
Originally posted by B3nGz
Do you have dings dents and scratch on your beloved blueangel?
[TUTORIAL] On how to correctly pimp your blueangel to last a thousand years.
Do you have ugly paint peel and scuff marks on your beloved blueangel?
Is your pimped blueangel starting to paint peel?
- Grit 100 Sandpaper
- Grit 1000 Sandpaper
- Spray Paint
- Expoxy Fixer
- Rubbing Compound
You too can make your Blue Angel last 1000 years, by following the rest of the tutorial!
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