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Dirt in Charger Port,Any Ideas

Discussion in 'Android Tech Support' started by neilrl79, Aug 17, 2010.

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    Has anyone come up with a way to keep dirt out of the charger port on the Droid1? It seems like a very poor design to not havde a rubber plug for it.
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    I had seen a post similar to this one previously, someone had found a universal micro usb rubber plug on ebay, might check there.
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    The Otter Box case comes with a plug for the USB and audio port.
    I love it. Well, ok, I'm happy with it.
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    I searched the forum and couldn't find anything on this issue. I've seen the otterbox cases for the i phone it seems huge, I like to be able to put it in my pocket comfortably.
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    I put the Otter Box case in my pocket quite comfortably. It is only slightly larger than the Seidio case I had previously. I can't really tell the difference.

    You could always spend ~$20 for the case and cut off the USB and audio plugs. Then throw the case away. :)
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    I used to have a bodyglove case but it lasted about a week before I pulled it off. Just seemed bulky. Is the otterbox bigger than the bodyglove?
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    Sorry. Never used the Body Glove but from what I have heard they go Seidio, Otter Box then Body Glove in terms of size. Just hearsay so YMMV. Might want to check out the Accessories forum for more details.
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    Not a problem, might get one myself.
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    I ordered the micro usb & headphone jack plugs. The only thing is that they charge $5 for shipping on an order that was $3.99. Still $8.99 isn't a bad price to keep all the dirt and junk out.
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    to clean it out you could use a can of compressed air correct?
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    Silly putty was the last bright idea I saw....can of air works too.

    I used velcro one day....

    I had some stress putty I used on my Blkberry....once upon an once upon a time....I like the silly putty idea. The joke then becomes getting the putty grit free....grin
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