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lazyliam

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Anyone got same thing please respond whether you have are havent considering getting replacement power button seems really lose and rattles volume rocker is a lot snugger and sturdier certainly doesn't rattle on googling it seems a common issue with moto x any advice much appreciated. PS excellent device nice to see superboot thank you paul

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Hadn't noticed this at first but now you have mentioned it yes, the power button is slightly loose fit & rattles if the phone is shaken.  Fortunately though I don't do that much  ;)


Edited by Titas, 29 November 2013 - 03:20 PM.

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Mine rattles too. It's a bit annoying but what do you expect with such a bargain phone?


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Mine it's fine ... just got him ! 


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Mine rattles too. It's a bit annoying but what do you expect with such a bargain phone?

Ditto and really doesn't bother me with such minor details anyways!..


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First thing I noticed? Yes.

 

Do I care? No.

 

I paid £120 for a quad core Android handset with 4.3, upgrade to 4.4 incoming... A wobbly button is the least of my worries :)


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First thing I noticed? Yes.

 

Do I care? No.

 

I paid £120 for a quad core Android handset with 4.3, upgrade to 4.4 incoming... A wobbly button is the least of my worries :)

Hear Hear, I second that aswell!.. :P


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First thing I noticed? Yes.
 
Do I care? No.
 
I paid £120 for a quad core Android handset with 4.3, upgrade to 4.4 incoming... A wobbly button is the least of my worries :)


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It's like the depressed power button on OSF back in the days? :)

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I have had a few some have had no rattle and some have been bad lol. Yes I agree for cheap handset you will have a few niggles, a free cheap fix take the back cover of and put a bit of paper wedge between the power button. Mine makes not rattle at all now :-)


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