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Cell Phone Holder

Discussion in 'Standard/4k Discussion' started by Demoso, Jan 25, 2016.

  1. Demoso

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    So I had to loosen up the 2 screws to swing the cell phone holder around to the front of the RC controller. I just wanted to know what most people do. Do you re-tighten the screws when you swing it around to the front every time you fly? Do you just leave them tight enough that you can still swing it around but that its not to loose? It seems like it would be a pain to carry around a screw driver to tighten and un-tighten every time you want to pull this thing out and put it back.

    Thanks!
     
  2. timz5011

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    leave the screw tight at the base, where it connects to the controller, loosen the screw a little to be able to tilt the phone cradle down toward the control sticks. Snug as a bug !!
     
  3. PhantomPlanet

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    mine is in a permanent position. and I just cut out the proper space in my case.
     
  4. Tony Cowan

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    Mine was opposite. Too loose. I just keep screw driver set and loose and tighten as needed. Honestly I'm just waiting on the mail and I will stop using my phone. I will just use my iPad Air and out it on tripod. Sick of the phone being in the way.


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