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Help! Broken Galaxy s

by quigleybucksbee / January 20, 2012 2:04 AM PST

I have a Samsung Galaxy S and i ran it over with my truck. It still rings, but nothing on the screen. Is it fixable and worth it????? Please help!

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The problem is...
by Pepe7 / January 21, 2012 3:15 AM PST
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whether or not you can still make calls isn't everything the smartphone does. It's possible that you could spend <=$100 for the replacement screen but still discover that other things do not function. YMMV. Here's a link to a replacement LCD-

Given the almost commodity-like prices on some of these phones w/ 2 year contracts, you might take one for the team and see if you can get an early upgrade from your carrier. Not being particular fond of contracts, this is merely economic advice if it makes sense for your particular situation and is a valid option.

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Call Sammy After Service...
by nimzy8849 / January 31, 2012 3:24 PM PST
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Guess it won't be fixed but be replaced to new screen.
And it's up to choose to pay for that or not.
If you liked your galaxy, yes, no? no.

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