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18th May 2014, 10:18 AM |#1  
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I recently upgraded from m7 to m8 i owned my m7 for approx 10 months and never got dust in speaker grill ive owned my m8 for approx 1 day and night it hasent even been out the house yet and already ive got dust in grills which i just cant remove , im thinking about swapping it but concerned this will be a ongoing issue which will happen to the next one ... i was curious to how many other people have dust in there speaker grills.

things ive tried to clean speakers :-

compressed air
Vaccum Speakers
wet wipes
sucking speaker with mouth
Blowing Speakers with mouth
Cleaning paint brush
Cleaning tooth brush
blu tack
speaker cleaning app
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18th May 2014, 11:29 AM |#2  
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I recently upgraded from m7 to m8 i owned my m7 for approx 10 months and never got dust in speaker grill ive owned my m8 for approx 1 day and night it hasent even been out the house yet and already ive got dust in grills which i just cant remove , im thinking about swapping it but concerned this will be a ongoing issue which will happen to the next one ... i was curious to how many other people have dust in there speaker grills.

things ive tried to clean speakers :-

compressed air
wet wipes
sucking speaker with mouth
blu tack
speaker cleaning app

man why are you sucking speakers hahaha dont do that... i have that problem, i mean with dust, not sucking hahahahh its a normaln thing
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man why are you sucking speakers hahaha dont do that... i have that problem, i mean with dust, not sucking hahahahh its a normaln thing

ahh its so annoying i wouldent mind if i had phone a while but not even 24 hours and grills are clogged , nice phone thou lol :P
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O yaaaaaaaaaaa that what I needed to brighten my morrning.
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sucking speakers wid mouth .. lol
18th May 2014, 04:00 PM |#6  
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I found that playing music at 100% volume and blocking the clean parts of the speaker with my finger causes the dust to fly out of the speakers
18th May 2014, 09:31 PM |#7  
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Wow, sucking speakers with mouth to get dust out. Seriously the OCD king of XDA right here! Literally heard it all about this device now, lol! Play a song with heavy bass to push that dust out, haha! Seriously how do u see dust in the speaker holes? Do u have a 50x magnifying glass u use for this? Maybe there's a bubble case for people who like to live in bubbles to avoid the elements of going outside into the wild of this planet? Oh boy.
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