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How to Break a Mobile Phone

mrtootough Avatar
9y, 11m agoPosted 9 years, 11 months ago
My Wife has just managed to wash and tumble dry my Samsung D500. Apparently my fault for leaving it in my jeans !!! Was so angry, I nearly decided to do all the future laundry myself.

I've also had one (a mobile) drop into the toilet.

How have you damaged/broken yours ?

BTW she laundered her own phone about 1 month ago also.

MrTT
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9y, 11m agoPosted 9 years, 11 months ago
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#1
i have also dropped a mobile down the toilet! it was in my back pocket...... oops
#2
My son has actually wee'd on my old phone, which made it break, probably wouldnt have used it again anyway!

Very funny, but i wasnt laughing at the time!
#3
OMG...you just have to train her to check your pockets before putting into the washer...well at least it's now a clean Samsung!!!

My son breaks about 3 mobiles a year...he can never explain how!!
#4
mrtootough
Was so angry, I nearly decided to do all the future laundry myself.


Nothing could push you to those lengths though...(!)
#5
Joshanna
My son has actually wee'd on my old phone, which made it break, probably wouldnt have used it again anyway!

Very funny, but i wasnt laughing at the time!


pmsl - pardon the pun
#6
mrtootough
pmsl - pardon the pun


Always makes anyone laugh when i tell them :giggle:
#7
I have washed my phone too!! Twice infact! :whistling:

1st time was by an accident, claimed on insurance and got a new one!

2nd time was accidentally on purpose caus I wanted a new phone and claimed on insurance, lol

The phone I got now (Qtek S200) has a small dink in screen after a tiny ornament fell off shelf on it, debating whether to go thru insurance to get it repaired or not! Im hoping to sell it soon tho as I want a 'normal' phone! :thumbsup:
#8
i've never broken any phone. only lost them.
#9
My wife washed her Nokia 6310 (and dryed it in Tumble Dryer!). And the phone survived!
She wasn't so lucky with iMate SP3i, which fell to toilet. It took two days for it to return to normal (sort of) state.

And the good thing is that I was nowhere near her at the moment, so she couldn't blame me! :)
#10
My brother's USB pen drive has been in the wash twice and tumbled dried at rediculous temperatures and still works. :-D
#11
I wondered what my phone looked like when unscrewed so I undid it :-D

Then Cracked the LCD :-(
#12
my d500 was left out in the rain (by accident of course) for 3 hours. Soaked, it still rang and I found it ! Few buttons didnt work but not that its all dried up, works perfectly ! Samsungs rule !!
#13
Havent broken it, but i 'disabled' a few button on my old 6230i last year and i blame my girlfriend for that, i was having a shave and my phone buzzed for a txt message, it then buzzed twice and a third time all from my girlfriend meanwhile i was too busy shaving i didnt notice my phone was vibrating towards the sink and eventually it dropped into the water.
#14
Had 1 stolen!
A friend of mine looses 2-3 a year thanks to child + bath + laughing hysterically at Daddy's sinking phone!
#15
had my p900 in my back pocket with the screen facing outwards and went to sit down....crunch went the screen
#16
Not had any misshaps myself but after working in cust services I've heard a few.
best one was the dog ate it. Seriously and the poor thing had to go to the vet and its owner tried to get us to cover the vets bills. I almost died laughing (at the owner not the poor dog)

Loads of people leave them on the roof of their cars

One of the old nokias were water risistant (bright orange thing shock proof to 5000 series I think) so some numpty tried to take it diving. Why he thought he would need a phone underwater is beyond me. Needless to say it didn't survive.

jen

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