Question about Samsung SYNC SGH-A707 Cellular Phone
A few months ago, i dropped my phone while i was getting out of my car. unfortunately, i didn't find my phone until i came back out to my car 2 hours later. when i saw it (laying on the street next to my door), the back sliding panel was missing. i found it about 5 feet away, with a few dings on it, i guess from hitting the street. i tried to turn my phone on and when it didn't i thought maybe it was because it was just cold. but it never turned back on again! i took it to a cingular store and had them look at it. they switched in a new battery and told me that wasnt the problem.. i got a new phone (the same kind) and my old phone has never turned on again. what could have been damaged when it hit the ground? was it because the inside was exposed to cold for so long? i had about 100 pictures and a few videos on it, and i would love to recover them if it's ever possible. i'm just very confused as to what i happened. there was no water involved... when i looked at my phone today, i did notice a little pinging noise when i open it, and it sounds like its coming from the hinge part. please help if you can, it would be greatly appreciated. thanks!
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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