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10th April 2014, 03:17 PM |#11  
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what's the point of buying a phone when you don't use all of its features, sooner or later you're going to have it broken though.
I'm just sayin' my opinion, no hard feelin' mate

I just posted an alternative.. I just told him about the 2nd way of using the same features, which makes easy without any wires and also gives the phone a better durability.. That's all.. No features are excluded here.. Its just few of those tricks we can use as an alternative to maintain the phone neat and don't let it wear off... Although i would like the old fashion using cable to connect to PC..
 
 
13th April 2014, 11:09 AM |#12  
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If flaps are lose, then its not normal.. Your waterproof feature is compromised.. U have to get em replaced in service center, but no warranty for that.. U have to pay.. It costs like 1200rs in India.. They replace all the flaps..

Flaps are not covered under warranty but since the phone is brand new, this falls under defective/manufacturing error category.

@OP: Don't repair your phone. Take it back and demand a replacement as you clearly got a defective unit. They are not supposed to be loose, therefore if they are, it means there's a manufacturing defect.
14th April 2014, 04:41 PM |#13  
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Never had a problem with my flaps. Open and close them every day.

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14th April 2014, 07:39 PM |#14  
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replacing the flaps yourself costs total 10€ and is done kinda quick.

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26th April 2014, 07:48 PM |#15  
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i saw reviews and i saw peoples comments.... xperia z is old and the z1 is a bit newer...
some says it is still good to use the Z than z1 because its allmost same only diffirence in camera...
and i saw net sales Z is still higher demand than Z1....

but....
why is it Z is stocked up on 4.3... no any news?
26th April 2014, 08:02 PM |#16  
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i saw reviews and i saw peoples comments.... xperia z is old and the z1 is a bit newer...
some says it is still good to use the Z than z1 because its allmost same only diffirence in camera...
and i saw net sales Z is still higher demand than Z1....

but....
why is it Z is stocked up on 4.3... no any news?

Even though this is OT, i'm gonna reply. 4.4 is coming to our devices in Q2 (may), so we are really close. You can find 4.4 leak in android development forum.
26th April 2014, 08:49 PM |#17  
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The flaps are cheap, you can buy them yourself if you really have to (no warranty?), even the detector-strips can be bought for the Xperia Z and Z1, in case you are a heavy sweat(er) (not sure if that word exists but anyways )
29th April 2014, 10:23 AM |#18  
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The skill to replace the Xperia z flaps
The video about how to replace the sony xperia z flaps will help you.
29th April 2014, 07:50 PM |#19  
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The flaps are cheap, you can buy them yourself if you really have to (no warranty?), even the detector-strips can be bought for the Xperia Z and Z1, in case you are a heavy sweat(er) (not sure if that word exists but anyways )

Can you give me a link where to buy the detector-strips?
Thx in advance,
David

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Can you give me a link where to buy the detector-strips?
Thx in advance,
David

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What's the detector-strips?
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