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Old 11-29-2005, 02:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I still cannot start a new thread when in the wap site forums, and does anyone know if the 8700 knows it is in a holster if using one other than the oem? How does it know when holstered and when not?
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You can't start a thread in the wap forums...only reply.

The 8700 knows it is holstered because there is a magnet built into the hoster. No magnet=No way of knowing

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You can't start a thread in the wap forums...only reply.

The 8700 knows it is holstered because there is a magnet built into the hoster. No magnet=No way of knowing

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So if I want to use a different holster, as long as it has a magnet, like for the flip tops maybe, will it still function the same?
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If, and only if, the magnet is in the right place. Be very careful with OEM holsters and cases.
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