Usually you can just tell by looking for marks on the fascia and small settings changes and new custom profiles. Also, look for any remaining files on the phone such as undeleted pictures or SMS text messages. Another thing to do is to check that all the default settings are present (these can be matched with another new phone), and that the default security codes are at default values. Granted, these can be changed, but it does not harm to check. Honestly in a professionally refurbished phone there is usually nothing wrong with it and it will be as NEW, but legally they cant label it as new.
A refurbished phone can be a pre-owned handset that has been sent back to the manufacturer or the reseller for some minor flaws and setting them up to match the manufacturer-defined usage standards. A new phone is that directly comes from a manufacturer or company boxed packed at a much higher price than a refurbished phone.
You need to take the phone back to a T-Mobile store. They will be able to tell you how to get the buttons replaced. They will probably be able to replace your current phone with a refurbished phone of the same model.
tell me where this cell phone is right now can you please locate this cell phone
mobile cell phone all circuits are busy message
you can go online and type in your cell phone number and the will tell you what to do
Cell phone, cell phone, tell important things three times
If you have the shovel, the # is on there. I'll tell u anyway. it's 555-6789. also, if you want some out fits, you can dial: 911 and 411
please tell me how to get a code for a cell phone on builabearvill please help me!!!!!!!!
Yes if you call 511 right after the phone call they will tell you the last phome nunber that called you..This does have a fee..Also police can track the phone call ANYWAY if the phonecall is a prank,or a threatning phonecall.
I want to save important pics from my cell phone onto my computor. Tell me how.
If you have the cell phone number call your cell phone provider and tell them the number you need to have blocked. If its an unknown number, there is no real way to block it.
Look on the caller I.D