Dropped my precious TB....
Dangit! Dropped my phone. I dropped my phone. Cracked the top next to the camera (not the screen), doesn't feel like it is vibrating quite as hard as before, can't tell if it is ok yet, sucks. Any ideas on what to check to see if it is ok? I don't know if I should go and try to get a new one. It seems to be working, just hate for something to break later. Thanks
- 04-11-2011, 04:06 PM #2
- 04-11-2011, 04:10 PM #4
- 04-11-2011, 04:12 PM #5
Those their are many very knowledgeable people on AC but I doubt anyone would be able to give you tech support. Problems like not able to root your phone, or active your phone etc...are one thing. Asking how to fix your phone after you have drop it is another. Thus I hope for best for you maybe pulling battery or hard reset may do trick but seriously doubt it as this would allude to software issue. Where in your case you may have bust physical damage something in your phone. Take from on that literally through their G1 on ground saw how over time the damage lead it basically being a brick. That said you drop your phone one don't let it happen again get case as soon as possible and I recommend the Seido or Otterbox. Furthermore if you are still able to get an insurance then you might want to go head and do that.Google is for the people and by the people. Android is for the people and by the tech people. Nexus is for the geeks and by the geeks.
[Nexus (A) + the latest and greatest tech] < [Nexus (B) + the best proven and optimize tech]
Nexus (A) is less than Nexus (B)
Nexus (B) is greater than Nexus (A)
- 04-11-2011, 10:01 PM #7
No, i should though. It is not drastic, probably not worth replacing for the crack, but worried about internal damage I cant see. I will try and get one posted. It is at top near front camera, and tonight I saw camera glass cover is cracked also. So... hence the decision to get another one. Hope if works out, no problems with new phone.
- 04-11-2011, 11:27 PM #9
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- 04-12-2011, 02:01 PM #12