I wouldn't do that. Probably riskier than opening up the Caanoo. I think I'd have to be more out of my mind than I currently am to be able to do that.alyinsanfran said:I'm wondering if anybody has tried covering the screen with aluminium foil wrap and then going at the plastic with a dremel or sandpaper.
I'd try it myself but I'd probably stuff it up.
The case is pretty tightly fitted together. I used a Revell blade to gently prise it apart on the side, near the bottom, then used a flathead screwdriver to open it up more. It took about ten minutes, since I didn't have the Caanoo in a vise or anything.Com64 said:Is anyone else having a heck of a hard time getting the Caanoo open? I can't seem to do step 2 (removing the back cover). It won't budge.
Check the image in the Caanoo image viewer and zoom in. You'll see what it is. Jpeg compression artefacts. The screen is fine. That's why you can't see any problems in any games.RZZ said:as you can see, top angles of display suffers bad quality pixels, both in color and shape, maybe wrong sized cover was done on purpose to hide this problem, what do you think?