03-16-2011 10:09 AM
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03-16-2011 11:14 AM
There are places out there that specialize in fixing phones. Your local at&t store could probably tell you about one.
03-16-2011 4:46 PM
03-17-2011 8:20 PM
03-18-2011 12:41 PM
Thank you Ghostryder. I'll let you know how I do.
You're welcome and please do let us know.
03-18-2011 1:07 PM
I've invested in a case for my phone even before it got here. Thats a hard experience to have to undergo only two days into new phone. I sure hope you can get the screen replaced. Being that new, its certainly worth having it repaired and soon.
03-18-2011 5:46 PM
03-18-2011 5:51 PM
hey Rico, lets try to find some good case choices for LoudThud.
03-18-2011 6:02 PM
I hope you didn't buy the otterbox, they suck. Had one for my Balckberry torch and it was worthless.
Here is a site with a lot to choose from. I think they also have screen protectors.
This site has cases starting at $5.99.
And this site has them starting at $12.99
Here is one that is waterproof from Amazon at $24.99
03-18-2011 6:13 PM
03-18-2011 10:03 PM
03-18-2011 10:46 PM - edited 03-18-2011 10:48 PM
Excellent links. The first guys vid was having trouble prying the frame out of the chassis. Looks like its originally glued in. But he sure did fix it. It was funny watching the vid of a phone with a broken screen,through a broken screen! I thought I was only going to need a T3 screwdriver. He was baking that HD2 with an industrial hairdryer! Not sure why. Very informative. If I had a donor phone I might try it. But it looks a little too involved. The first link that Ghostryder provided looks like the best option. Send it in and avoid the headaches/risks. Thanks again Ghostryder. I couldn't seem to get the kudos star to click...
You are very welcome. I'm glad that I could steer you in the right direction.
Sometimes we just have to bite the bullet and have someone else do it for us.
03-19-2011 3:46 AM
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