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  1. Jeddan's Avatar
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    My 920 cracks and creaks if i press it somewhere on the left side of the chassie or the left side of the glass. This is my second 920 and they both had the same problem.
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    Mine makes no creaky noises whatsoever. No vibration rattle either.
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    It should feel solid. There is very little if any flex around the screen, etc. If the first device you had and its replacement had it, I would give it another go to find a unit that doesn't have this. Keep in mind that AT&T might be a tad stingy on the return/exchange thing if you've already done this before.
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    I would return it if you can.
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    My first one had a bad creaky noise on the left side and something big rattle inside. New one does not have either of these issues YET. Hoping it stays that way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shap2012 View Post
    My first one had a bad creaky noise on the left side and something big rattle inside. New one does not have either of these issues YET. Hoping it stays that way.
    My new didnt have the creak noise from the start either, showed up about 24h later... kinda comes and goes sometimes.
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    Mine creeks a little near the sim slot, that is all.
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    Maybe I should wait 1-2 months til' the problem is really solved :/ afraid of getting another one this bad...
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    Quote Originally Posted by krystea View Post
    Mine makes no creaky noises whatsoever. No vibration rattle either.
    ditto
    Sent from my Lumia 920 C3P0.
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    This is why HTC is doomed. Terrible quality.
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    Quote Originally Posted by independentvolume View Post
    This is why HTC is doomed. Terrible quality.
    the creaky 920 is made by Nokia......
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    Quote Originally Posted by jaj324 View Post
    the creaky 920 is made by Nokia......
    Exactly. I mean, how is HTC going to regain marketshare if they have Nokia produce their devices?
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    Quote Originally Posted by wamsille View Post
    Exactly. I mean, how is HTC going to regain marketshare if they have Nokia produce their devices?

    i didn't know nokia made htc as well. good to know.
    Lumia 920
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    this thread has swerved off the track
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    Yes, it's supposed to feel solid I think. Mine certainly does. No creaking or anything like that. Though I haven't gone over it and pressed every square millimeter with 150 psi of pressure like some of you have LOL.
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    Quote Originally Posted by socialcarpet View Post
    Yes, it's supposed to feel solid I think. Mine certainly does. No creaking or anything like that. Though I haven't gone over it and pressed every square millimeter with 150 psi of pressure like some of you have LOL.
    Basically just need to pick mine up to make it creak :(
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    The best part of this thread is the guy who "liked" the original post. Why would you like someone having issues with their phone?

    It's like on Facebook: someone posts bad news, and 5 people "like" it...

    edit: My 920 is solid as a rock. If mine creaked as bad as you are saying, I'd return it. Of course, you said all you have to do is pick it up to make it creak, and quite honestly, that sounds really hard to believe. It's not that I don't believe you, but you've had two 920's, and both of them have creaked when you picked them up?
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    Filmed with the other Lumia 920



    Raise the volume, sounds more irl.
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    Contacted the retailer again, gonna get a new replacement.
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    I got some creaking too but who cares? Just a waste of everyones time to go get replacements for non issues like that. I notice mine is worse when it gets hot, I guess the plastic expands a little and thus are not as flush.
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    Some of it is absolute comedy. There is a guy on here who returned his 900 ten times, or some crazy number like that, because he didn't like how loud the vibrate was.
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    and yet I cant find a single 920 for a decent price
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    Quote Originally Posted by jmerrey View Post
    Some of it is absolute comedy. There is a guy on here who returned his 900 ten times, or some crazy number like that, because he didn't like how loud the vibrate was.
    I don't think this is comedy, you can feel how the case flexes. Actually, the old 920 was better in that aspect, but the display had a scratch.
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    Quit obsessing over every tiny details. If the plastic didn't give a little, it would be more subject to cracks. Sure if I press all over the phone I will find give spots, especially on the back. But it does not creak in regular usage, and feels very solid.

    People like this give consumers a bad name and make it HARDER for people with REAL problems to get exchanges because Nokia is already loosing money on fake exchanges.
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    Quote Originally Posted by ljkelley View Post
    Quit obsessing over every tiny details. If the plastic didn't give a little, it would be more subject to cracks. Sure if I press all over the phone I will find give spots, especially on the back. But it does not creak in regular usage, and feels very solid.

    People like this give consumers a bad name and make it HARDER for people with REAL problems to get exchanges because Nokia is already loosing money on fake exchanges.
    I totally agree. Also I don't understand how people can be expecting 100% perfect products for the price they are paying. If they want perfect units where every single one have been checked for any sort of small fault they would have to pay three times as much for their phones.
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