Dropped Droid 15 ft

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    Ok so i dropped my droid 15 ft off of my friends balcony and it landed on a solild concrete floor and now there's a slight curve in the screen but everything else is fine with the phone except every time i open it it presses the j and u buttons... is there anything i can do to fix this or am i stuck with that problem
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    Ouch...sounds like you need to call up Asurion (please tell me you have insurance!)
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    Have insurance?
    Don't use the slider??

    Have to say it...
    :icon_ worthless:

    Sorry Dude.....
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    How or why did you drop it
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    yeah don't have insurance... and you cant really see it even in a picture cause its so little its just enough to piss you a lot...
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    check your PM's!
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    The Droid is made just like Nintendo products it seems. You can drop them from a story and a half up, and they'll still work fine. Sure, it might have some cosmetic damage, but it will still work great. :)
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    Oh wow.....insurance is a must with these new smart phones.
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    Hey who's the new MOD
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    Haha, that reminded me...my N64 dropped off my tv right on the cartridge while I was playing (the dog did it) and it didn't even shut off lol...I've also dropped my retired DS many times, only thing is finding the stylus cus it shoots out like a rocket!
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    Was your droid naked when dropped?
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    The droid still works? Wow, solid slider huh? Did you have any protection? Was it naked when it dropped?
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    lol!>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
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    All I have to say is Gorilla Glass ftw!
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    add insurance ASAP then file a claim next month

    -=Jason=-
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    Let's not discuss Insurance Fraud....Please
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    I don't understand why someone always has to complain that the thread is worthless without pics. What kind of person would go around making up a story about dropping their Droid and asking advice about what to do?

    Jeez.
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    Well... the thread would be more interesting with pics. Who doesn't like looking at pics of others' gadget misfortunes? :)
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    A picture is worth a thousand words.:) I for one would like to see the damage. Hell I am quite impressed that it still works even. It's not that I do not believe them that they dropped the phone, but visualizing the damage can be hard to do at times, especially with a few drinks in you.
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    aside from fraud, this wouldn't work if the phone is more than 2wk old (the only time you can add insurance)
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