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  1. Radu Grama's Avatar
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    Anyone has a L920 that feels like it has a moving part inside of it? My L920 feels that way (but my wife's and brother in law's ones don't). I was curious if anyone experienced something similar.
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    Mine makes a very very faint rattle if you shake the heck out of it, but there's nothing rolling around in the case.
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    Mine does, like the battery is loose
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    I received a replacement phone from Nokia due to the freezing issue. The replacement phone definitely has something loose inside. I think it's the battery too. I'm not sure if it's related but the replacement phone also seems to vibrate quite a bit when any sound is coming out of the phone at a reasonable volume level.

    Needless to say ill be keeping my original phone and sending back the replacement :/
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    maybe you guys should stop shaking the phone
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    Stop shaking yes, but people should be getting faulty unit fixed as well
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    Quote Originally Posted by jdom View Post
    maybe you guys should stop shaking the phone
    one of my favorite game on the 920 requires me to shake the **** out of the 920 to reload... gotta reload to kill zombies.
    Lumia 920
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    Wow, I did not expect that many people experiencing the same issue. In my case the battery is shifting with a click at the end if I move my hand or turn the phone upside down. Nokia "care"-less is taking a swing at my intellect and trying to convince me a moving battery is "by design". I asked for a confirmation of that statement so I can tweet about it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Radu Grama View Post
    I asked for a confirmation of that statement so I can tweet about it.
    Haha
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    I think there's a monkey in mine. 🙉
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    Quote Originally Posted by Radu Grama View Post
    Anyone has a L920 that feels like it has a moving part inside of it? My L920 feels that way (but my wife's and brother in law's ones don't). I was curious if anyone experienced something similar.

    That could be the springs of the camera. The springs move well to accord the image stabilization. :)
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    Its the battery loose. Get it exchanged. This is what I had. All good so far.
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    Quote Originally Posted by lennyk1313 View Post
    Its the battery loose. Get it exchanged. This is what I had. All good so far.
    I'm trying to, but I'm at the 2nd replacement (1st had a bad bluetooth chip in it) and ATT tells me there are 700 people in line for a refurbished yellow L920, and Nokia tells me my device is just fine and the moving battery will not impact the device performance.
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    It's the ois in the camera it moves.

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