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Support my HTC One X run over by cars

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by ShoryuKENN, Jul 22, 2013.

  1. ShoryuKENN

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    ye to cut the story short i left my phone on top of my car and must have drove off so a few miles later it must have fallen off the car and onto the road coz i actually traced my route back and found it in the middle of the road somewhere so ye its been smashed and evidently run over, save the lol's for later. it was in a leather case though. screen is obliterated but phone still vibrates and sounds i can hear people calling and messaging me and the led flashing. I really dont have much money right now and i want this sorted out as i have no spare phonesand its been a week not having a mobile.

    whats the best option? i saw on ebay some parts and fitting kit for the screen like
     

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  2. El Presidente

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    There's no telling what damage has been done to the phone if it's been run over. :(

    If it was me, I'd give it to the shop in town. It might be a tad more expensive, but if you're not confident of the fixing yourself, you could do more harm than good.
     
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    I vote that you try a professional for this one :\

    It sucks to have to pay for it, but I think you'd be better off, especially if you haven't attempted repairs yourself before.

    I'm surprised your cell phone is in such good shape, considering what happened. On the bright side, it sounds like it could have been A LOT worse.
     
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    With your description of the phone, I think having a professional do the work is your best bet for getting it working again. It's more expensive, but it'll probably be better for you in the long run.
     
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