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resurrecting old palm tungsten tx

Discussion in 'GENERAL Wireless Discussion' started by itdirector, Jul 9, 2012.

  1. itdirector

    itdirector New Member

    Jul 9, 2012
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    hello, nice to meet you all.

    my daughter is still too young for a cell phone, but like most children, really wants a handheld like her older siblings carry. we have a tungsten tx with a broken screen and I think restoring that would be an ideal little summer project for us to do together. I am not interested in activating cell service for it, but I would like to restore the existing data (kept it all these years just for that) and then customize it appropriately for a child. has anyone here done this with their own kids? is there a "junk box" here where we can pick up parts and accessories for a tungsten tx that no one wants any more?

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  2. Jay2TheRescue

    Jay2TheRescue Resident Spamslayer
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    Dec 17, 2002
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    My Phone:
    Pixel 4a 5G
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    AT&Tingular 310-410
    Welcome to WA! You may want to try looking on Ebay. I bought a new LCD screen for one of my old PDA phones, and it came with all tools necessary to take it apart, and instructions for $20. I was able to replace the broken screen in about 2 hours, and after I broke my screen the second time, I replaced the screen in about 40 minutes. Good luck!

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