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#25 - ASDLSD
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(01/13/2013) [-]
Unrelated question.
I've just got a S3 and it keeps shutting of on a smallest impact, like, I drop it from 2 centimeters on a table and it shuts off, it even shuts off when I tap it.
I used to have this on my HTC EVO 3D but I somehow turned it off.
Help?
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#26 to #25 - kaelanduck
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If you really don't want to get it properly repaired, pull it apart completely, then put it back together.
If that doesn't work go and buy a Nexus.
#27 to #26 - ASDLSD
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I remember turning it off in the settings, I can't ******* find it now.
#28 to #27 - kaelanduck
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That's not supposed to happen at all. It was most likely just luck that it worked properly again.
#29 to #28 - ASDLSD
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It happened to EVERY Android with the proximity sensor that I've owned.
#32 to #29 - kaelanduck
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You are quite unlucky then.
Check the battery compartment, something could be loose.
#33 to #32 - ASDLSD
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I guess it will go away eventually, opening an S3 is like opening a tank.
#35 to #33 - kaelanduck
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A tank that dies at the slightest impact :P
#51 to #35 - savirleo
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At least it's not like a forklift that dies when it comes into contact with air
#36 to #35 - ASDLSD
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Hey now, everyone has flaws.
#22 - puccypirateisback **User deleted account**
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that's why if you get any smartphone, you get a nokia.
#110 to #22 - mckaylamaroney
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let me write that joke down people wll love it some day and i want to say i saw the guy that said it first
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#30 to #22 - AlanbalMIT
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yep
#76 to #30 - Heaney
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Hi there.
#18 - sketchysketchist
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The currently most sought out by users, most beneficial, and hard to find innovation in all smart phones is child proofing them.
But it's nice to know apple made the iPhone longer and needing new charger inputs.
#17 - srskate
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(01/13/2013) [-]
Lets back the **** up

compare a rock to a bow with arrows.

one is more fragile, and the other is more deadly.
#16 - erawrozar
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(01/13/2013) [-]
How I take of my Macbook
#128 to #16 - Zingage
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(01/14/2013) [-]
looks like it's got a crack on it...
#103 to #16 - marinepenguin
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Does that guy shave his ass?
#15 - PedobearLurks
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I agree.
Now, moisturize me.
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#145 to #15 - renamon
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#147 to #145 - ningazz
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Cassandra from Doctor Who.
#134 to #15 - kevman
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She scares me
She scares me
#13 - xtrmbragnrytz ONLINE
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Those big phones were tanks... salespeople literally threw them across the store to show their durability
#8 - anon
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Because only adults used to own cell phones.

Now children have iPhones and treat them like toys.
#121 to #8 - jinjo
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Just because your generation didn't have the technology that this one has, doesn't mean you have to cry about it
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#4 - malhaloc
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I have an iPhone 4 and have dropped it many times. Not a crack.
#39 to #4 - anon
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This doesn't mean ****. They crack all the time. Iphones, Samsungs, they all do. You've just gotten lucky.
#7 to #4 - anon
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I dropped my nokia 3310 once.


Once.
#24 to #7 - tehphire
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Well, now we know where the earthquake in Haiti comes from
#1 - theoriginalzombie
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Yeah and built to give cancer...
#11 to #1 - anon
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You'd have to be one your cellphone 24 hours a day, everyday, for 70 years to have even a slight problem.
#6 to #1 - spacestalin
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there has never been a correlation between cell phones and cancer
that's all just a myth
www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/factsheet/Risk/cellphones
"(...) To date there is no evidence from studies of cells, animals, or humans that radiofrequency energy can cause cancer.

It is generally accepted that damage to DNA is necessary for cancer to develop. However, radiofrequency energy, unlike ionizing radiation, does not cause DNA damage in cells..."
#10 to #6 - blargchikahonkhonk
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To cause mutations you need to change the base pairs in a strand of dna. Their have in fact been studies looking at whether it is possible for radio waves to even affect something at that level due to the their lower frequency. If those studies are right they will destroy any case for mobile phones and cancer
#2 to #1 - anon
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Implying regular phones don't work with electromagnetic waves.

Children these days /facepalm
#5 to #2 - theoriginalzombie
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I'm a child? Listen you old fart, if you've seen one of those things in person you'd know that you could fit 20 iphones in the space of that thing. The volume of radiofrequency energy given off for a single call would be ten times that given off by any modern phone today. Yeah, modern cellphones give off a miniscule amount of the same energy but I'd rather take my chances with a small dose then being blasted with it
#9 to #5 - skaife
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Surely then your microwave would fry you if you went near it if size and energy consumption are a measure of deadliness
#21 to #9 - anon
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all microwave ovens are lethal if you're exposed to the electromagnetic radiation... theres no debate about that.
#23 to #21 - skaife
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I meant just being in proximity. The purpose of a phone is just to send a signal, not cook the inside of your head, and I am the background radiation of everyday life is FAR greater than that of a phone.
#12 to #9 - freddyb
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Do you even lift?
#3 to #2 - anon
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Implying playing in an atomic bomb crater is the same thing as smelting due to similar concepts of ionizing radiation.


Neckbeards these days