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- 03-11-2012, 08:40 AM #31
A good buddy of mine, who also happens to be my woman's son, still has his 3GS and it's still running like a champ. Even amidst me and his mother both having new 4S', he loves it with a passion. Doesn't have a problem with it whatsoever.
Before I gave away my 3GS last year to my sister, it was also running amazingly well. Unfortunately, she doesn't care of things... Like, at all. It didn't take long for it to be completely demolished by her carelessness. I was saddened...
Anyway, you get the general idea. The 3GS still seems to be a damn good device. I would more than likely still be rocking it, if it weren't for my gadget ADD and me "needing" the latest and greatest. Ha.
- 04-07-2012, 05:49 PM #32
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- 08-01-2012, 02:38 PM #36
My iphone 3G is on life support, but still refuses to die. Got it when it was launched. After i upgraded, i passed it on to my sister in pristine condition. It was then tortured till it almost died.
The screen cracked (or shattered will be a better word), the sleep/wake button died, the home button died, the protruding silver volume rocker dropped off.
Just for the fun of it, i tried to fix it. I managed to find the replacement glass for 4 bucks. Fixed the glass. Found a piece of metal wire and stuck it over the location where the volume rocker was supposed to be. Found out about "Activator" and thought i didn't the home and power button. Managed to jailbreak it on ios 3.1.3, installed Activator, and viola. Working again, sort of. At least now i can exit apps.
Now its just a music player in my room. Still working. To unlock it i just toggle the vibrate switch, to lock i long press the volume up, and to mimic the home button, i long press volume down.
- 08-01-2012, 02:41 PM #37
- 08-30-2012, 09:49 PM #38