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Default charging port with case on question

looking for feedback on if the charging flap only points down when opened with a case, or does it still fold back.
looking at a neo case, slim armor, small tpu, ringke ... something like that.
still looking for a dock, and this dumb flap seems to fight it, lol

does this phone have a docking screen, say my gs3 had time weather, stuff like that when placed in a dock,

http://www.ebay.com/itm/USB-Dual-Doc...9efb0#shpCntId could be one option, but if the flap doesn't open enough with a case on, its no good.

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How about this case?

thanks, but looking for if the port cover folds over the case, not for the case.
thanks though
 
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thanks, but looking for if the port cover folds over the case, not for the case.
thanks though
I've got the neo hybrid from Spigen and opening the port is a pain so I've bought a wireless charger and receiver now so I don't have to keep fiddling with the cover...it is eventually going to break off I feel. The cover will fold back but not easily and if you out it in a dock then it's going to add additional pressure to the strap that holds it in place
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