The Google Nexus 5 was released 17 days ago, and it was met with nearly unanimous praise. Sure, the camera is a little bit extremely laggy; but for the first time in recent Nexus device history, it’s actually of passable image quality—especially for the price.
One legitimate concern, however, is the rather low speaker volume, which often makes it hard to hear incoming calls. Strangely, this only seems to affect certain units. Luckily, XDA Elite Recognized Developer AdamOutler looked into the matter and found that on some devices, the glue used to assemble the device can run and obstruct the speaker opening slightly.
Rather than complain, Adam did what Adam does best, and he fixed the problem—documenting all the steps and tools required in the process. Yes, you’ll need to open your device to perform this fix. Yes, it’s dangerous. But luckily, the steps are well documented and you only need a few simple tools to perform the fix.
To get the complete details on the warranty-voiding procedures, make your way over to the original thread. Do be careful though. While the steps are well described and relatively safe, you are after all performing a hardware mod, which could legitimately damage your device. Proceed with caution.