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    Depression on bottom left side of my d2

    I use my phone a lot. I've noticed that the bottom left corner of my screen (including the menu key) is lower than the rest of the screen (i can feel it around the borders. I assume it's from wear and tear. The menu key is what I use a lot while the search key on the far right is seldom used. Does anyone think I should call VZW on this one or should i just forget about it? Im not trying to just get a new phone or anything but I don't want to lose my row keys functionality. Any thoughts? Thank you

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    Just remember that you will most likely get a d2 global as a replacement, and the d2 roms wont work 100% on it. The d2g dev suppost has increased in the past 2 months but I think they have had issues getting roms to boot and run correctly

    Also there is no GB build for the d2g yet, so you would lose that as well.

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    Ohhhhh no. Screw that then. I love my d2. I'm using button Savior to keep me away from the menu hard key. I'm sure it's not too big of a problem. Its just a slight depression but of course I'm trying to keep my phone in good condition

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    Yeah I baby my phone so I don't have to do a warranty replacement and get the dreded d2g...that's untill the galaxy s ii is released

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    Has anyone else experienced this issue? It's subtle but it makes me worry :0

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    Mine appears to have it too and its almost brand new

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    Might just be me being overprotective of my phone. I use it all the time. It's my only Internet connection. I don't have a pc, so i press the buttons and screen a lot lot

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    I'm thinking so.
    Just so we're clear and I know you understand. Those are not physical buttons. They are touch buttons.
    Your buttons are the camera volume and keypad. Everything else is done by the digitizer

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    I never said hardware buttons. I know they are touch, but my issue was that//9o the bottom left corner of the screen where the menu key is was a little more depressed than the rest of the phone.

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    I was just making sure.
    Anyway mine now that I look closely is aswell. Infact that whole side of the screen is lower.

    Edit: and only real point in my last post is digitizers don't really ware out.

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