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[* black] Even after defeating Big Blue, the rear panel still does not yield.yield.
[* black] We release the ZIF connector of a big ol' rear-case-mounted flash assembly, and after 6 full steps, we are finally into the device.
[* blackicon_note] Our guess is that the adhesive pad was added to make sure users would not rip the flash assembly cable, as it is attachedphone feel more solid than one purely secured with clips. The pad also seems to keep the rear panel, quite the odd placement,flash firmly in our opinionplace. Quite the new and baffling approach to phone sealing.
[* black] Even after defeating Big Blue, the rear panel still does not yield.yield.
[* black] We release the ZIF connector of a big ol' rear-case-mounted flash assembly, and after 6 full steps, we are finally into the device.
[* blackicon_note] Our guess is that the adhesive pad was added to make sure users would not rip the flash assembly cable, as it is attachedphone feel more solid than one purely secured with clips. The pad also seems to keep the rear panel, quite the odd placement,flash firmly in our opinionplace. Quite the new and baffling approach to phone sealing.
[* black] Nonetheless, thumbs down for giant adhesive pads.