A very sad story...
ieatlint at tehinterweb.com
Sat Aug 9 03:30:26 CEST 2008
>From what I can tell on the wiki, both the Neo 1973 and the Neo Freerunner
use the same LCD. Finding someone willing to part with their Neo 1973 -- or
finding someone with a dead 1973 (but good LCD) is probably not going to be
a difficult task.
On Fri, Aug 8, 2008 at 6:18 PM, Ben Wilson <ben at abcom.co.nz> wrote:
> There's probably a few people here that have dead phones with other faults.
> Maybe one of them could sell you a dead phone cheap and you can swap the
> lcd panel with your phone.
> John Koenig wrote:
> > Hey all,
> > Usually my first post to a community mailing list is some basic question
> > that I could find if I just read 15 more mins on a wiki, but I am sad to
> > say that this isn't the case for this posting. I have been an openmoko
> > user for 4 days now, and a happy one at that. I was getting involved,
> > learning, and bothering plenty of people on IRC with the types of
> > questions I mentioned earlier. Today, I had my openmoko in my pocket
> > (empty at that) as I was out for a walk and when I turned it on
> > afterwards I discovered a crack in the LCD panel!
> > I don't really know how to proceed from here. I contacted the reseller
> > I purchased the phone from, Koolu, and haven't heard back from them
> > yet. I need help in figuring out what to do next. If Koolu is
> > unable/unwilling to help, how can I go about getting another LCD panel
> > to replace the damaged one?
> > Any thoughts/advice is appreciated.
> > Thanks,
> > John Koenig
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