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Durable Aluminum Rear Battery Cover with Backing Plate For iPhone 4 4G (Deep blue) +Free open tools

Durable Aluminum Rear Battery Cover with Backing Plate For iPhone 4 4G (Deep blue) +Free open tools

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http://www.lingosbox.com/durable-aluminum-rear-battery-cover-with-backing-plate-for-iphone-4-4g-deep-blue-free-open-tools.html

No worry about that your iPhone 4G battery cover will broken again,because this Battery Cover is made of Aluminum,it won’t broken even if it fell on the floor.

it’s not original,but the quality is much better than the original.

* Brand New High Quality iPhone 4G Aluminum Back Battery Cover Housing (Non-OEM)

* Durable material, premium craftsmanship, Make your iphone look brand new after replace replacement 4 iPhone Rear Case.

* Precision molded cases to perfectly fit your iPhone 4G Back Cover.

* iPhone 4G Back Housing is made of aluminum.

* Thats very worthy to replace it, not buy new phone, and look like new.

* Replace your Apple iPhone 4 broken, damaged or cracked Backing Cover with new one.

* Compatible With Apple iPhone 4G 16GB 32GB.

* All Parts appearing exactly as how the picture shows.

Note: It needs professional skills to install this item,We’re not responsible for any damage caused by installation of this accessory!

For more iphone 4G repair parts,please choonse from our store:http://www.lingosbox.com/iphone-gadgets_iphone-repair-parts_iphone-4-repair-parts.html

Package included:

1 x Aluminum Back Battery Cover Housing+back plate For iPhone 4 4G(Deep blue)

1 x Free open tool and Screwdriver

Colors Available:

White;black;Gold;orange;dark blue;light blue

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