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    Fixing a Broken iPhone

    Here is the best way I know how to fix an iPhone...

    Seeing why there are no company's that will insure this phone, I don't see many other options...













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    Than you fix it:






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    Almost...

    Close, but the best way to fix an iphone is to replace the OS with BBOS and then buy a Storm shell, including screen, and attach it to the outside of the old iphone. Lastly, open an account with a cell phone company--one that has towers...so you can make phone calls.

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    Quote Originally Posted by handsomechap View Post
    Close, but the best way to fix an iphone is to replace the OS with BBOS and then buy a Storm shell, including screen, and attach it to the outside of the old iphone. Lastly, open an account with a cell phone company--one that has towers...so you can make phone calls.
    Rotfl, here we go again


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    Ha! This makes me laugh... After the morning ive had.. this was what I needed.. Thanks!!

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    Ouch..... That sounds a lot like my app for the Iphone where it displays a picture of a flat rock so you can throw it into a lake....
    Have you ever wondered why things intended to make our lives simpler keep getting more complicated to use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bugly View Post
    Ouch..... That sounds a lot like my app for the Iphone where it displays a picture of a flat rock so you can throw it into a lake....
    I've read that instead of just throwing it into the lake, if you skip it you perform some sort of development and thus created an external app for your iPhone. There's an app for that.
    "Shimmy, I love it when you talk nerdy to me!" - Natemz

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