1. AC Question's Avatar
    I have a Motorola XT615, which fell into water a year ago. Everything works fine, except the touchscreen which is completely unresponsive. I've kept it because inside it has the log of dozens of last.fm scrobbles that I don't want to lose (and I'm a perfectionist when it comes to logging the music I've listened to). I asked the dev of the scrobbling app about how to get this, and he said I'd need to retrieve the "sql lite database".

    Phone:

    1. Is Froyo
    2. Is rooted
    3. Probably not in USB debug mode
    4. Has physical volume buttons that I can use (could be remapped somehow?)
    5. Is recognized by the computer, but not in USB mode (can't enable it without a touchscreen)

    If there is no solution via software, and before I start trying to track down a digitizer for this really old, abandoned phone, is there any way I can pick up the insides of it, and put it in another phone, in order to get all of this info?
    12-18-2016 01:38 AM
  2. chanchan05's Avatar
    Last.fm scrobbles are stored online. You can see all scrobbles on their website if I remember correctly.

    Best bet is just find a screen.
    12-18-2016 01:40 AM

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