September 16th, 2012, 10:03 PM
Join Date: Jul 2012
Device(s): Samsung galaxy s 3, Samsung galaxy s 2, Samsung galaxy s 1,
Carrier: Not Provided
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Why not just do it through Samsung kies?
Although if you do have a password/pin allocated to your device, The device needs to be unlocked to enable kies to work with your device.
So if it’s just your screen that’s broken your ok, As you will be able to press buttons on your screen, However if your touch screen isn’t working you now have a £500 brick, Although you could take it to be repaired ( I charge £90 for a new screen and £40 fitting)
Second hand SGS3 Broken Screen =Worth £45
Second hand SGS3 Good condition = £250 - £300
Repairs for SGS3 = £100-£180