For those of you lucky enough to be sporting a Nokia Lumia 1020 along with the addon Camera Grip (PD-95G), you may have noticed that sliding on the accessory is easy as can be. However, removing the grip can be a tad finicky with users feeling like they may snap it or even damage their device. We know we’ve experienced this and we’re sure others have too.
Now, user antiochian2010 in our forums has kindly posted a quick 90 second video (see above) showing his method for removing the grip. It’s worth taking a peek to see if his method is better than yours and if it helps to alleviate any worry over stressing the plastic accessory.
Does his method work for you? Do you have a better technique? Let us know in comments!
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