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    Default HTC repair

    anyone can recommend a good hp repair shop, one that u have personally went to to use their services?

    i have a htc hd2, which after doing some test, kinda isolated down to the keypad flexcable being spoilt.

    i lack the skill and guts to tear out my phone, else would had DIYed. i cant send it back to HTC cause i wiped out the winmo and replaced it with android, warranty is voided.

    soooo anyone knows any 3rd party vendor who knows how to deal with this?

    *wonders if fatigue fixes such stuff*

    will be checking out some of the shops tat i found online, but would prefer a more reliable one tat ppl would recommend/personally used before

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    Default Re: HTC repair

    If it is still under warranty, do consider restoring back to the factory default and send it back to HTC.

    That is what I did for my HD2 when the LCD got defect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Taurean View Post
    If it is still under warranty, do consider restoring back to the factory default and send it back to HTC.

    That is what I did for my HD2 when the LCD got defect.
    lol... a lot of work to change back the OS... would prefer to just find a 3rd party to repair

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    time to change phone
    i used to use hd2, now using dell streak 5. big screen is definitely a big plus

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    Default Re: HTC repair

    Quote Originally Posted by kokfann View Post
    time to change phone
    i used to use hd2, now using dell streak 5. big screen is definitely a big plus
    bro no money la...

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    Quote Originally Posted by allenleonhart

    lol... a lot of work to change back the OS... would prefer to just find a 3rd party to repair
    Suggest find 3rd party to change OS back for you then change to android again thereafter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by edutilos- View Post
    Suggest find 3rd party to change OS back for you then change to android again thereafter.
    guess i'll have to do it myself if i wanted that ahhaha...

    no one has a recommendation for a shop that just do a repair/soldering?



    this is the part in question that is giving me problems

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    I got LCD issue also 2mths back.
    Out of warranty by 1mth, send to HTC for repair.
    Got a new LCD without paying a single cents.
    You should factory reset and send it back. :P
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    Saw 1 shop at sim lim repairing phones for some folks. Name is Orient something at level 4. He quoted me $160 for the cracked HD2 screen. Didn't do cos still thinking worth it or not. You may try and let me know

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    Quote Originally Posted by SnagIt View Post
    Saw 1 shop at sim lim repairing phones for some folks. Name is Orient something at level 4. He quoted me $160 for the cracked HD2 screen. Didn't do cos still thinking worth it or not. You may try and let me know
    get it done. 160 is worth it. i paid 300 at HTC for the cracked hd2 screen. *grumbles*

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