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    I like the "Seidio Super Slim Rubberized Hard Case for Centro," but does anybody have tips for removing it (temporarily)? I need to do a Centro reset, which requires removing the battery, so I must remove the case first, obviously. But I don't want to pry too hard and damage it, because I will be putting it right back on. It's quite a tight fit -- which is a good thing, until you want to remove it!
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    That is the bad thing about hard cases. There is no way to easily remove the device and eventually...
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    Quote Originally Posted by DougI View Post
    I like the "Seidio Super Slim Rubberized Hard Case for Centro," but does anybody have tips for removing it (temporarily)?
    1) Drop it on a carpeted floor, should pop off with no problem.

    2) I usually start prying a corner off at the bottom by the connector. Once you get it started, it comes off easily.
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    I have one of these and it is great. To open it I use my fingernails and pop it apart in the bottom right corner. It's easy and goes back together with no problem.
    Florida Tony
    GSM: Treo 270 > Treo 600 > Treo 650 > Treo 680 > Centro > iPhone 3G S
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    I don't know about the seidio one, but on the ebay ones I slide my fingernail at the split just below the custom side button and separate it. I was going to be a smart*ss and say just drop it on the floor (but someone beat me to it) because that is pretty much a guaranteed way to get the Seidio to pop open. The ebay ones actually stay locked better after drops, and I have no problem separating the case when I switch batteries.
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    I love the case. Pain to get to Micro SD card. I pry with finger nail in the volume area. Thumb of left hand and pointer of right. Usually pops right open.

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