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    Droid X scratched

    Is there a method for fixing scratches on the DROID X? I'm not talking about the screen. I'm talking about the soft touch, the rubber, and the exposed metal.

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    Good one

    Method 1: Okay buy insurance break or lose your phone get a new one. Method 2: mess up flash tell verizon its not working have them replace it. I KIDD ahahhah no but seriously no there is no way for fixing it at least I dont know of any.
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    I'm seriously considering replacing the phone with a certified xD

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    Best way to get rid of a scratch is to take preemptive action and get a screen protector.

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    my old Droid was put thru hell..not a mark...
    how did you ruin it?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rsswga View Post
    my old Droid was put thru hell..not a mark...
    how did you ruin it?
    X2...how did you scratch the rubber part? I would have figured the screen since it seems to be the least protected.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ubermicro13 View Post
    Best way to get rid of a scratch is to take preemptive action and get a screen protector.

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    did you even read the first post?
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    If it a scratched case, take a sharpie to it!
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    I dropped it, and the case busted open. It wasn't even a big distance, either.

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    If the phone works throw a case of some sort on if it bothers you that bad. I put mine in a seidio rugged case and it covered my little misshaps. It also will prevent the real damage a broken phone! Just my input
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