Casing Samsung Galaxy Ace Agak Longgar

by J-Fire_Man » Tue, 15 Feb 2011 01:43:56 GMT

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 Halo, saya mau tanya nie, hari nie kebetulan saya lagi sering oprek-
oprek hape, jadi casing hp-nya sering saya buka tutup. Nah kebetulan
casing belakang Samsung Galaxy Ace itu dari plastik. Sekarang rasanya
jadi agak longgar / kurang pas nutupnya, rada gak enak kalo dipegang
jadinya. Ada yang punya solusi untuk ini?


Re: Casing Samsung Galaxy Ace Agak Longgar

by Radia Latief » Mon, 21 Feb 2011 02:10:14 GMT

 Saya ngalamin juga nih, gawat, letoy banget tuh plastik. :D

Untuk "ngebenerinnya" mungkin tunggu casing yang keras aja, daripada beli
tutup yang baru? Moga-moga ntar ada yang model2 hybrid kayak gini: 

plastik keras + silikon

2011/2/15 J-Fire_Man <>


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