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Topic # 150281 17-Jul-2014 11:47
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Firstly, its a lovely tablet. Because we pre-ordered through Noel Leeming we got a free Simple Cover.
It was a bit tricky to put on, it sort of snaps into place on the back via some buttony looking things.
But now we cannot remove the darn thing. It just wont pull off!
Does anyone know how to do this without destroying either the case or the tablet?




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  Reply # 1090603 17-Jul-2014 12:00

XDA says lay it down flat and lift up.

Had a tinker with the two Tabs S yesterday, was quite amused by the little buttons on the back for the cases.




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  Reply # 1090608 17-Jul-2014 12:05
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NikT: ... was quite amused by the little buttons on the back for the cases.
That's funny, because I am beyond amused with them! Thanks for the link will check it out later when the other half has finished playing Candy Crush!




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  Reply # 1090609 17-Jul-2014 12:08
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Had a tinker yesterday at JB. Great screen, and nice thin tablet. Pity about all that plastic and a very confused overbearing Samsung UI! Guess I'll be waiting for the next Nexus.

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