NEXUS logo on the back falling off. Sort of.
If you look at the nexus logo on the back cover, you will notice that there is some sort of shiny material inside it. This material is glued on inside the letters. Seems like this was some very cheap glue, because Ive lost all mine. This is gonna happend with my friends phone aswell, as he noticed recently that his letters are "jiggly", and prone to fall out soon.
Ive contacted LG in Scandinavia, and they confirmed that this was something they where not aware off, and most likely is not a production error, and therefor not covered by the warrenty. This baffels me, because there was some media coverage about this problem shorty after the nexus 5 was launched. But I cant find any recent articels on the subject.
I feel like it's not worth sending the phone to LGs repair station, because they will most likely just send it back to me, with a message that it's not theyre fault, and charge me for the device check.
Would be nice if they could atleast send me a new back cover...
Anyway, I suspect that the reason that the glue lost its hold, might be because of the wireless charger. I got one about a month ago, and the problem started shorty thereafter. Is LG producing the OEM nexus charger aswell? Could they just blame it on the use of "unofficial" LG charger?
Anyone else lost the letters, or havent noticed it yet? When the letters are gone the letters are just like the rest of the back cover. AKA not shiny.