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Plastic Behind Keyboard?

Discussion in 'Motorola Droid 2 Global' started by MercenaryFH, Feb 13, 2011.

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    Did you guys remove it?
    I kinda like the "resistance" i guess when sliding out the keyboard. but did anyone that has the Droid 2 (or global) remove the plastic from the keyboard back and notice a difference.

    I was slightly worried about the keyboard coming loose, but from what i've read the keyboard seems to be pretty solid.
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    On my D1, I removed it and it got real loose. My wife has a D2, and I've left her's on to avoid that problem.
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    Wonder why it's even on there in the first place?
    I know the D1's had loose keyboard problems, but maybe it's just there depending on what preference u want (loose/resistant etc)...
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    I removed it, no problems with mine
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    YA thats what i've been seeing from the web. Seems that the droid 1 had some issues with the keyboard but the D2 was more solidly built.
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    I removed it immediately. I can't stand leaving plastic pieces attached to my phone, it drives me nuts. No problems here either.

    tappin and a talkin
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    It's there for protection during manufacture...It's meant to be removed.
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    are you guys talking about the clear plastic sheets that come on the phone? if so mine always fall off within a few minutes of using the phone :-/
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    Mine are all pealed off. I can't stand protection film either. I hate screen protectors as much! No problems with lose sliding mechanism. 3 months+ now.
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