1. cheezz's Avatar
    There will come a time when your 8900 device need some cleaning due to lint/dust accumulation while in the case. Besides cleaning, a battery pull will also be necessary when quickpull or softreset will not work. Access to the battery is difficult with the innocase II.
    Question is: Are there any tips or tricks availabe to help removing the case easier? I haven't done it yet since I got the case although I have tried and tried without damaging it. Your input is much appreciated.
    04-19-09 12:16 AM
  2. JTurtle's Avatar
    Easier? Is yours difficult to remove? I just give the bottom piece a light pull and it slides right off.

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    04-19-09 12:27 AM
  3. asoy21geboy21's Avatar
    I installed quickpull instead of removing batt for hard reset.
    So far this case is still the best look and durability


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    04-19-09 12:57 AM
  4. gritsinct's Avatar
    I use the alt/shift/del method of hard reset. But I also have no problem removing this case, just pull off bottom piece and slide right out.

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    04-19-09 01:04 AM
  5. asoy21geboy21's Avatar
    I use the alt/shift/del method of hard reset. But I also have no problem removing this case, just pull off bottom piece and slide right out.
    Alt+shift+del is soft reset. Hard reset is by pulling off the battery. I strongly suggest to install quickpull for hard reset without pulling off the jacket

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    04-19-09 01:55 AM
  6. BlazorBoy's Avatar
    Squeeze the side of the bottom piece when you pull. B B

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    04-19-09 03:17 AM
  7. omegac's Avatar
    I love mine, only problem is that I can't use my BB charger stand now
    04-19-09 03:57 AM
  8. milliways's Avatar
    Buy the Seidio cradle. Works with the Innocase II, the 2600 mAh extended battery, *and* a naked 8900. And you can use your stock micro-USB travel charger, *or* one with a mini-USB plug (as long as it can handle a 700 ma draw, if the 8900 really sucks that much current..)

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    04-19-09 04:03 AM
  9. cheezz's Avatar
    Thanks guys. I just pulled the bottom part and it just came off. Woo hooo!
    04-19-09 04:19 AM
  10. Quijib0's Avatar
    Alt+shift+del is soft reset. Hard reset is by pulling off the battery. I strongly suggest to install quickpull for hard reset without pulling off the jacket

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    Correction.

    first time it's soft. Second time, it's hard. Learn before posting.

    PS - installing a program to do the second reset is idiotic.
    04-19-09 04:36 AM
  11. skyboxer's Avatar
    I love mine, only problem is that I can't use my BB charger stand now
    All you have to do is pull the bottom part off and the charging cradle works just fine!

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    04-19-09 06:27 AM
  12. hearmeoutx's Avatar
    Correction.

    first time it's soft. Second time, it's hard. Learn before posting.

    PS - installing a program to do the second reset is idiotic.
    That is an unnecessary comment. It is still more effective to pull the battery, or use quickpull, which I use myself. I plan on purchasing the Innocase II at some point in the future.
    04-19-09 10:39 AM
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