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  • About vantt1
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    Hong Kong - SmarTone Vodafone
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    Hong Kong
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    Previously Owned Phones:

    Nokia 8310 | Sony Ericsson T68i | Samsung SGH-A701 | iPhone 3GS | Nokia N97 | Nokia X6

    Current Android(s):
    • Samsung Galaxy S4 Black Edition GT-i9515
    • Samsung Galaxy Tab Pro 10.1 SM-T520
    Old Androids:
    • Samsung Galaxy SII GT-i9100 (sold)
    • Samsung Galaxy SIII GT-i9305 4G LTE (given away (thread linked was removed by mod))
    • Samsung Galaxy Note II N7100


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23 You don't. Although it is entirely possible, the chance of failure if done by people with absolutely no experience with mobile phone repairs is very high. If you've broken the screen on your Samsung Galaxy S3 and have considered replacing the s...
7 I use a tempered oleophobic glass screen protector on my Galaxy Note 2. Just yesterday, it saved my phone from a 1 m drop onto a tile floor. There is now a hairline crack in the protector, but that's much better than having a hairline crack in the...
6 Since the plastic housing in the micro USB end of my USB cable was falling apart, I decided to open it up to see what's inside. The following will be half a recount of what I did and half instructional directions. The cable actually uses a very...
4 I don't know where to post this thread... This will be my first ever kinda proper review. It's still incomplete, and I will amend it later. The text corresponds to the image below it. It may be a bit hard to follow, but you can pair them up judgi...
4 In the end, I don't think aluminium is a very suitable material to be used for phones. In order for it to be strong, you need lots of it. It's only practical in laptops, iMacs and other big devices that aren't likely to be dropped. Aluminium inter...