Rubberized Soft Touch Battery Door For Nexus S
By now, you will no doubt have seen pictures of the much publicised Samsung Nexus S or perhaps you already own one.
If like XDA forum member mhaedo, you’re not too keen on the slick back cover, due to being a fingerprint magnet and too slippery, why not try your hand at rubberising the battery door?
The forum member simply applied four thin layers of spray on black PlastiDip making sure to coat the edges of the battery door. That’s it – all you need is a bit of patience, masking tape and a can of PlastiDip or similar.
What’s more, if you ever get bored with the finish, you can simply remove the rubber within seconds.
For more information including more pictures, head on over to the modification thread.
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