1. Tiriyon's Avatar
    So I removed my case off the One m8 to see the rim near the volume buttons got crooked upwards-ish, waving motion like dent.
    This phone is barrly a month old, never fell, never got overheated and I never placed it in an oven or something...

    What do I do?
    (I don't want it to get disassembled and parts replaced, fixing an htc seems like vandalism more the fixing)

    Posted via a waiting to be rooted One M8
    Attached Thumbnails Defect : Gunmetal Crooking upwards-15171.jpg  
    08-23-2014 10:51 AM
  2. srkmagnus's Avatar
    That looks like the device did take a fall or got banged against something. Can you press or snap it back into place?
    08-23-2014 03:11 PM
  3. Tiriyon's Avatar
    I tryed to press it back into place l, and no it never fell or got hit so far. I suspect the tension made by my case (incipio) caused it.
    08-23-2014 05:38 PM
  4. Tiriyon's Avatar
    A little update, a few days after opening this thread, the metal rim around the screen started to warp on various locations, the warranty didn't accept this, saying it was caused by a drop or external force on the phone. It's not made by the case, I removed the case from the phone as I noticed this warp, and gradually the warping started to spread everywhere.
    Eventually I took it to repair and replaced the entire back cover.

    Posted via a waiting to be rooted One M8
    09-08-2014 12:45 PM

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