1. hell911's Avatar
    my phone has been hard bricked. repair costs like $50, im not going to repair it.

    im going to sell my skyrocket i727 to someone, but he only need the screen.

    but i have some emails attached to google play in that phone, im worried he might get access to the applications and emails.

    i have also pattern type lock screen.

    im planning to destroy the "storage" hardware in it, hard disk?

    so anyone give me hint where does all the data is saved? so i can destroy it.
    01-12-2014 12:23 PM
  2. Xingularity's Avatar
    If you are that worried then take the phone apart yourself, sell the screen and destroy the rest.

    Posted via Android Central App
    01-16-2014 05:12 AM
  3. WackyT's Avatar
    The Samsung GSII Skyrocket has 16GB internal storage (IC chips soldered on the main board) broken into 1.97GB for program storage and 11.25GB for data storage; and an external microSD slot capable of holding an additional 32GB. Any emails will be stored on the internal memory. If you are worried I'd do like Xingularity recommended and sell the guy just the screen and destroy the rest of the phone.
    01-17-2014 02:08 PM

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