1. bhem's Avatar
    Hello everyone,

    As soon as i got home, I applied the Ghost Armor shield on my HTC Evo, then I put on my seidio innocase on it and it kind of conflicts with the edges of the shield. On one of the corners, the film came off. No biggie, so i thought i just remove the shield and insert the case in more carefully. However, I am having a hard time taking off the Seidio Innocase! Any tips? Thanks!!
    06-04-2010 05:56 PM
  2. ChaosShadow's Avatar
    I have a similar setup on my Hero. Full InvisibleShield, and the Innocase over that. Taking the case off is a b****! There's really no easy way to do it.
    06-04-2010 06:02 PM
  3. bhem's Avatar
    I have been fighting with this case for the past 30 minutes my hands are starting to hurt. This case is so difficult to remove and still no luck...
    06-04-2010 06:08 PM
  4. jds's Avatar
    go outside and throw your phone on the ground i bet your case will come off
    jk!

    i just grab both ends and sorta push together then pull and it comes apart
    06-04-2010 06:40 PM
  5. jazmatician's Avatar
    I have been fighting with this case for the past 30 minutes my hands are starting to hurt. This case is so difficult to remove and still no luck...
    I'm not sure if it's the same one but I had the exact same problem with my wife's EVO (I married well). Is it the case that has a top and bottom half, and you have to pull it apart like you're ripping a phonebook?
    Once I strongman'd them apart, I noticed there was a tab in the middle that may have been working against me. Try pulling it apart while simultaneously pressing in on one half or the other in the back, I got the impression that would have made it easier.

    The best-buy mobile girl (impressed with my manly exertions) suggested waiting a day or so to let the adhesive on the shield set before adding the case.
    06-04-2010 06:44 PM
  6. lembowski's Avatar
    It says what to do on the instructions. But grab the case push firmly on the bottom portion by the split and squeeze the top sides and it will very easily come off.
    06-04-2010 06:45 PM
  7. bhem's Avatar
    Ok guys I figured an easy way to take it off.... wrap something thick (in my case, a shower towel) on both ends and it makes gripping and wiggling the case off easier.
    06-04-2010 06:45 PM
  8. thunderchicken02's Avatar
    Are you guys serious? This case is simple to take off: push on the bottom half of the case, where it joins with the top half (in the middle). While pushing, slide the top half off.
    06-04-2010 07:00 PM
  9. akarol's Avatar
    So does the Seidio case protect the camera? Still on the hunt for an option. I'm almost cutting a piece of my BodyGuardz extra kit and placing it there.
    06-04-2010 07:01 PM
  10. bhem's Avatar
    The camera is ALMOST flush with the case but yes it will definitely protect your camera when laying it on a flat surface.
    06-04-2010 07:11 PM
  11. akarol's Avatar
    Hmmm.... and do you recommend their case over Amzer's and the BodyGlove?
    06-04-2010 07:13 PM
  12. bhem's Avatar
    I never tried the other cases so I won't be able to give you an opinion on that. But I love the Seidio case!
    06-04-2010 11:45 PM
  13. eyecon82's Avatar
    Ok guys I figured an easy way to take it off.... wrap something thick (in my case, a shower towel) on both ends and it makes gripping and wiggling the case off easier.
    no need to go through all that trouble...push down on the BOTTOM piece where they connect and it'll make your life a lot easier

    I also have to take mine off to add some more velvet so there is no squeekines
    06-05-2010 12:54 PM
  14. seidioseidio's Avatar
    Hello everyone,

    As soon as i got home, I applied the Ghost Armor shield on my HTC Evo, then I put on my seidio innocase on it and it kind of conflicts with the edges of the shield. On one of the corners, the film came off. No biggie, so i thought i just remove the shield and insert the case in more carefully. However, I am having a hard time taking off the Seidio Innocase! Any tips? Thanks!!
    Hello,

    Thanks for the comments! We recommend you apply pressure on the bottom half of the case near the seam and slide the two halves apart. That should help getting it off easier!

    Regards,
    06-05-2010 03:06 PM
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