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[Q] Nexus 5 & Android 4.4.4....worth a try?

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12th August 2014, 10:08 AM |#11  
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Originally Posted by Gino76ph

Going back to the speakers is it safe to use a sharp object like a needle to "poke" thru the speaker grills to remove any excess glue that are present

No. Do it at your own risk

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i heard that might be the cause of the slightly tinny/muffled speakers sound?

Complete fabrication. Speakers sound tinny and muffled because they're crap, cheap speakers. No other reason,
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14th August 2014, 04:18 PM |#12  
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Alright guys, I suppose we can close this thread now

@OP asking whether or not to buy a device is always problematic. All you'll get are opinions, but in such cases the only opinion that matters is your own
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