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    If it works...I think I'll call it the The "Duck-Berry" Case!

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    Lol thats awesome.
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    My battery cover is looser than my 8100, but it doesn't really bother me too much. It still does the job of covering my battery, and it won't come off unless I press the release button. As long as it's not coming off by itself, I'm okay with it.
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    If they make a wallet out of duct tape, why not a cell phone entirely? :-P

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    I noticed that on my 8320 there is a square piece of padding on the inside of the battery door that fits over the battery. My 8120 does not have that and neither does my 8100 pearl. I am wondering if that has something to do with the loose battery door. And, I was thinking that it also stop any kind of rattling due to the fact that there is a speaker on the back of the 8120. They should of added that pad to the 8120. I suppose I could get a piece of stick on type material to put on my battery door.

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    I had the exact OPPOSITE problem on all 3 of my Pearls. I couldn't get the OEM battery cover OFF the phones. My other problem with the first 2 was the SIM card door. Now THAT was what was too loose. I would have problems browsing (thinking constant BIS/Data outages) but it was the SIM card door. Pulled the battery out and the sim door was hanging open and the card itself was floating around in the back of the phone LOL


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    for some reason it seems that the t mobile 8120's have a loose battery cover. While the actual cover and mechanism works better than 8100, there should be no reason for that much play in the cover. I have owned too many phones to count, and this is the only one that has ever had this problem. It really bothers me when I am driving. I keep my finger on the battery cover and it is constently moving up and down. I guess if I cut off my finger that would solve the problem! LOL

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    Quote Originally Posted by pdxmatts View Post
    I noticed that on my 8320 there is a square piece of padding on the inside of the battery door that fits over the battery. My 8120 does not have that and neither does my 8100 pearl. I am wondering if that has something to do with the loose battery door. And, I was thinking that it also stop any kind of rattling due to the fact that there is a speaker on the back of the 8120. They should of added that pad to the 8120. I suppose I could get a piece of stick on type material to put on my battery door.

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    Is your battery door moving now?

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    Quote Originally Posted by eking3030 View Post
    for some reason it seems that the t mobile 8120's have a loose battery cover. While the actual cover and mechanism works better than 8100, there should be no reason for that much play in the cover. I have owned too many phones to count, and this is the only one that has ever had this problem. It really bothers me when I am driving. I keep my finger on the battery cover and it is constently moving up and down. I guess if I cut off my finger that would solve the problem! LOL
    I think the 8120 is a great phone, and I would have kept it if it was not for the battery cover door. For the price I'm paying for the phone (it's a discount, but still expensive for me) I would not want to live with a loose battery cover even if it still functions properly. Thats just poor quality control.

    On the bright side, it's because of the loose door that I am going with the 8320 instead.

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    Have had 2 ATT 8110s. Both with very loose covers.
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