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Mobile World Congress 2019

Sonys Press conference from MWC took place end of February
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Cleaning Front Facing Speakers

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Cleaning Front Facing Speakers

Is there a safe way to clean the front facing speaker of an XZ2? It's kind of deep to be cleaned with a cloth or something. I don't know if I stick something in there and the problem gets much worse or damage the speakers. 

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Re: Cleaning Front Facing Speakers

Search for compressed air like this.

Safer  is an air blower that is used to clean camera lenses like this or similar.


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Re: Cleaning Front Facing Speakers

I use tooth brushes.It's pretty safe and efficient.Remember, brush carefully and gentle.

DO NOT USE STICKS!!!

Once I used stick and broke the cover netLoudly crying FaceLoudly crying FaceLoudly crying Face

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For your teeth however the combination of brush and sticks is superior in all aspects.


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