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Any way to remove the Verizon 4G LTE tramp stamp on the bottom of the M8? Maybe rubbing alcohol/nail polish remover? Any brave sole care to test?
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Any way to remove the Verizon 4G LTE tramp stamp on the bottom of the M8? Maybe rubbing alcohol/nail polish remover? Any brave sole care to test?

Buy a non clear case and you wont have to see it anymore.
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Buy a non clear case and you wont have to see it anymore.

The point is to not use a case. Or use a clear case to show off the design language of the device. I love Verizon's coverage (and my unlimited data), but hate their obnoxious branding...
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I tried just a little acetone and it had no effect. I immediately thought, "that was a dumb thing to do" was thankful it didn't do anything to the finish and haven't tried anything since.
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Maybe try some color matching tape?? lol
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Any way to remove the Verizon 4G LTE tramp stamp on the bottom of the M8? Maybe rubbing alcohol/nail polish remover? Any brave sole care to test?

Just like the M7, its etched in not painted on. The only way to remove it would be to sand it out re-surface the entire back of the phone.
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Hello,
I moved your thread to Q&A all questions should be posted in Q&A

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