Things to Do with a Broken Phone (Video)
I hate Sony. OK, that’s a bit harsh. I’m just disappointed in them, I suppose. The reason being that my Xperia Z stopped accepting my SIM card for some reason and when I sent it in for warranty, they sent it back telling me it wasn’t covered. I then called them and asked if I could simply pay them to fix it (as it seems the reasoning was a certain person put the SIM card in upside down and scraped the metal connectors that read the SIM card). After a lengthy hold, they came back to tell me… no. They don’t fix that and their only solution for me is for me to try and find a third-party repair store that would fix what they, the creator of the phone, wouldn’t attempt. Right…
So needless to say, I’m left with a useless phone that was designed with one of the worst SIM card trays imaginable (seriously, take a look, no way of knowing what direction to put it in so I’m not surprised it went in the wrong way) that the manufacturer won’t repair even if I pay them to. A dilemma, for sure.
This then got me thinking, “What does one do with a device that no one will fix for them?” So, I decided to put together a video of the various solutions I came across and here they are:
What other solutions do you recommend?