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Started by Dudeman313, October 24, 2016, 10:50:25 am
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Quote from: p2 on October 26, 2016, 11:45:20 amyou know what? f*** this s***! Such situations only tend to make me angry as I've been throught them myself a lot. Send me a pm with your adress and I'm gonna send you some money (but It'll be euros). Or maybe a friend's adress or whatever, I dont care (I guess your parents wont be happy if you give your adress away) It wont be enough money to get the best super cool stuff but at least a little bit that might help you. (like 50€ or something like that I guess). And nope, I don't want it back. Never."I learned to give not because I have much but because I know exactly how it feels to have nothing."
Quote from: Streetwalrus on October 26, 2016, 12:57:49 pmI don't think that's a good idea at all. Don't get in the way of parental education.As for the main question, I don't think you can do much with the little experience you have. Fixing that Nokia with a different LCD than the original one would require additional hardware which is a lot more expensive. And you have to factor in the development time, it's pretty complex, wouldn't recommend it to you.The other two devices are basically useless for your problem.Negotiate with your mom to get your phone fixed or replaced, that's your best bet.
Quote from: p2 on October 26, 2016, 01:29:48 pmallright I admit I probabky shouldn mess with this. :/But as long as it's only a financial issue and your parents would allow getting it fixed but you'd have to pay it yourself, I'll still give you the money.btw there are cheap phones (no touch ones for enough for SMS and calling friends) for ~40$ if fixing it would cost to much.
Quote from: DJ Omnimaga on October 27, 2016, 04:41:37 amWell, to be fair, while I had some money when I was 13 my mom had full control on what I bought with it for obvious reasons. Otherwise I would have spent it on useless stuff maybe. It would also have been a problem if I started buying stuff that I ended up spending too much time with and ruined my grades. SO I can totally understand your parents if they don't want to give you money or something.Another issue is that bringing a phone at school, especially if you live in a crime-ridden neighborhood, can make you an easy target for muggers and thieves. So in such case, buying an expensive phone would be a very bad idea.The only thing I am against, though, is when parents disallow their kids to use any technology solely because of religious motives or crap like that.
Quote from: gameblabla on October 27, 2016, 05:00:11 amI don't know how one could make even something that looks cool with only those 3 things.If she is willing to buy you spare parts then you could try to repair your phone by buying a brand new LCD on ebay :http://www.ebay.com/itm/FREE-SHIP-for-Nokia-E63-E71-E72-Original-LCD-Display-Screen-Unit-Tool-ZVLS227-/300489673100?hash=item45f694898c%3Ag%3An4cAAOSw7ThUqjmxIt's only 10$ so i don't think she will mind, especially if you can repair it.I have lots of working spare phones here (all of them Androids).I could give you one if you live in the French Caribeens... (its never going to happen lol)i pity you tho, you almost make me cry.
QuoteCan you mail it? Pleeeeease? Because a phone would a better help then money, 'cause I can't buy a phone inconspicuosly.
Quote from: gameblabla on October 29, 2016, 02:18:47 amI will also send it with a micro usb cable that you can use it to recharge it. (because i'm guessing you don't have one)It's quite a basic phone but you can use it to browse the web, text, play some games...It's rooted btw and the phone can go up to 800Mhz.You want it @Dudeman313 ?
Quote from: Jkolade936 on October 24, 2016, 10:50:25 amI have a working Panasonic landline handset w/ a damaged speaker, a Nokia E63 with a damaged LCD, and an RCA recording and playback device.What can I make if I take em all apart and try to fit things together?
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