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Topic # 146562 21-May-2014 22:58
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Kind of got carried away buying broken phones from trademe and repairing them (first one for myself, then for a coworker, then another coworker, etc), so I have for sale the following:


Galaxy S4 i9505:
1 * Fully working, in near-perfect condition (some tiny scratches on the rear cover).
1 * Fully working, in pretty good condition (some tiny scratches on the screen, only noticeable if you look for them, some on the rear cover).
3 * Broken, with various faults. Can supply parts if you need anything. All 3 boot up to some extent.
Plenty of screen protectors (both matte and clear)
Leather Momax case. Black/orange one on, plastic's a bit cracked on the inside but still holds the phone securely.
Spigen Slim Armor case. Think it's the 'Metal Slate' colour on .

Galaxy S3 i9300
1 * Mostly working. Quite badly scuffed on the sides, but the screen is fine. Loses connection every now and again. Restarting it usually fixes it, if not then resetting does. Can't quite figure out what's wrong with it.
1 * Water Damaged. Screen either has a blue tint or no blue colour at all (changes when you turn it on), but is otherwise working. The microphone doesn't work.
1 * Near dead. Again happy to sell parts.
1 * External battery charger with spare battery. (Plug your AC adapter and battery into this to charge outside your phone).

Only have one charger to sell (want to keep the other), but have a few USB cables available as well. Have boxes for all the S3's, and one S4 box.

Going to list some of this on trademe tomorrow, so let me know if you're interested in anything.

Pickup from Auckland preferred, but I can ship if required.

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  Reply # 1050746 21-May-2014 22:58
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Hey, have you listed a price, location and how much shipping would be to other parts of New Zealand? Also if you are asking for a PM make sure your Privacy settings allow your account to receive PM otherwise people can't contact you. Also note if you are selling something we ask you to offer to other members first. Links to private sales (including Trade Me posts) aren't accepted anymore and will be removed.

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