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23rd December 2011, 11:38 PM   |  #21  
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I think that's just a blue protective sticker on the kickstand. Not an actual blue kickstand.

Yes, it's just the cover
25th December 2011, 04:32 AM   |  #22  
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Be careful about a lot of these sites. I bought one on ebay and its missing the antennas for the phone
2nd January 2012, 04:17 AM   |  #23  
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I cracked the digitizer on my thunderbolt...
Then I cracked the screen separating the digitizer from the screen.
And the metal part behind the screen was bent because I was a dumbass xD
I have no trouble finding a ditizer + screen. Why the hell can't I find that metal piece BEHIND the screen? (the part that holds the button lights, notification LED, and the earpiece)
3rd January 2012, 02:22 AM   |  #24  
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You can get it at globaldirectparts.com, almost everything they sell is OEM. You'll have to apply for an account first though, but they are the only place you'll find stuff like that. They even sell stuff like the actual adhesive used on phones like the Thunderbolt. I was actually browsing the Thunderbold stuff earlier, I believe that part is about $18.

You can see it right here - http://www.globaldirectparts.com/HTC.../htc742315.htm - you have to be logged in to see prices, but it's $18.84 shipped. They have just about every part you can get for the Thunderbolt, things like digitizers and LCDs tend to be a little bit more than say, eBay, but they are OEM products, not cheap knockoffs.
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You can get it at globaldirectparts.com, almost everything they sell is OEM. You'll have to apply for an account first though, but they are the only place you'll find stuff like that. They even sell stuff like the actual adhesive used on phones like the Thunderbolt. I was actually browsing the Thunderbold stuff earlier, I believe that part is about $18.

You can see it right here - http://www.globaldirectparts.com/HTC.../htc742315.htm - you have to be logged in to see prices, but it's $18.84 shipped. They have just about every part you can get for the Thunderbolt, things like digitizers and LCDs tend to be a little bit more than say, eBay, but they are OEM products, not cheap knockoffs.

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You can get it at globaldirectparts.com, almost everything they sell is OEM. You'll have to apply for an account first though, but they are the only place you'll find stuff like that. They even sell stuff like the actual adhesive used on phones like the Thunderbolt. I was actually browsing the Thunderbold stuff earlier, I believe that part is about $18.

can we use some bogus number for tax id to create an account at globaldirectparts?
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Pretty sure they check too see if you're an actual dealer. Their shipping sucks though, we placed an order and it took over 2 weeks, which is absolutely ridiculous if you are a shop ordering part for a customer. Anything that does not say QS/quick ship on their site comes from China, though it is still faster than ordering directly from a Chinese dealer unless you pay a crazy shipping fee.

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