Volume rockers

Hubertsng

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Anyone else find it bit hard to volume up and down?
I usually use my left hand for all mobile devices so that could be why

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that and its a bit sturdy. I think its a good thing. over time buttons loosen up a bit.

yeah i thought so. When I use my thumbs, i sometimes can't differ between volume up or down and sometimes i just hit the flat middle and nothing will happen. Also when i do hit the top, the rest of my finger stops it from working or something, who knows,.
 

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yeah i thought so. When I use my thumbs, i sometimes can't differ between volume up or down and sometimes i just hit the flat middle and nothing will happen. Also when i do hit the top, the rest of my finger stops it from working or something, who knows,.

i found it a bit hard at first mainly because I have been using Nexus S for more than a year and the volume buttons on it were not that hard.

I was used to it. but now I am used to nexus 4 buttons
 
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Anyone else find it bit hard to volume up and down?
I usually use my left hand for all mobile devices so that could be why

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use left hand too, and no, volume rockers are easy as pie to press for me

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I have a case strapped over my and that gets really hard to do ferreal
is it the s line case? i noticed the same thing with that one too.
 

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It's this one right here. Overall good case, I've had a few mild drops and the case does well with protecting, buttons are only a little hard to push

Yea the maker has another one exactly the same as the s line one I have, so I'd imagine they are pretty similar. I feel ya dawg. Don't cut out the ports with a razor knife! I screwed mine up that way...

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