1. Rndcheg's Avatar
    I have the regular back, not ballistic nylon, Turbo and I have noticed that when I press on the Verizon logo on the back, it moves in and out and makes a popping sound. Is this normal and are others having this occur? I don't remember it occurring until lately so was wondering it if is an issue. Thanks for the response.
    11-23-2014 02:13 PM
  2. mobrules's Avatar
    I have the nylon but have seen a couple of YouTube videos showing it on new devices. Don't really know if it's normal or not. Check out YouTube.
    11-23-2014 02:38 PM
  3. ckelly33's Avatar
    Yes, it is normal. Watch the 'tear-down' videos where they take apart the turbo. It is adhesive that is making the sound that has lost contact with its target. I kept pushing on mine and it went away (finally adhered) after a few days. it may come back but it isn't a big deal.
    11-23-2014 04:48 PM
  4. Danny1Bears3's Avatar
    I have the regular back, not ballistic nylon, Turbo and I have noticed that when I press on the Verizon logo on the back, it moves in and out and makes a popping sound. Is this normal and are others having this occur? I don't remember it occurring until lately so was wondering it if is an issue. Thanks for the response.
    Do you have the 64GB? I noticed that this is a common problem with the 64GB. I exchanged it for a 32GB and it had the problem, but I got it to adhere and now I don't have the problem.

    Turbo Shot
    11-23-2014 05:48 PM
  5. graygr's Avatar
    I imagine if you use the heat method demonstrated to take it apart and then pressed on it till it cooled it might re-adhere better.
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    11-24-2014 08:17 AM
  6. Masheen's Avatar
    I imagine if you use the heat method demonstrated to take it apart and then pressed on it till it cooled it might re-adhere better.
    I would like to do that, but I was scared. Would that type of heat damage anything, even if the phone was powered off?
    11-24-2014 10:28 AM
  7. Danny1Bears3's Avatar
    I would like to do that, but I was scared. Would that type of heat damage anything, even if the phone was powered off?
    No. As long as you're not using an extremely hot heat gun

    Turbo Shot
    Masheen likes this.
    11-25-2014 12:39 AM

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