Look carefully at the phone
When you are able to catch the phone – either during a physical event or after your mail – be sure to inspect the injury. If you come in person, look for a good light, so you look at the phone suddenly.
"Obviously, restrictions, disbursements and mirrors have been proven to be used by the telephone," Edwards said. "The water problem is hard to find outside of the phone, but every phone normally has one or two moisture points – sometimes behind the battery, sometimes in the SIM card slot. That's one of the things to be tested when you have a cell phone. "Before buying, research to find out if there are moisturizing instructions you can check when you have the equipment.
In addition, remove all the screenshots from the previous owner, which can cover scratches, and look at the pictures of the cameras as well. Connect the wall to the wall and make sure it is properly charged. If there is a stone coat, be sure to work. Post your SIM card and make sure it works well, and that the phone can be used. In short, do your own efforts.
You will also want to turn on the screen and attach a small amount. "If the item has been rebuilt or revoked, it may have been a repair work," said Mr. Edwards. "This can sometimes be difficult to detect, but test the screen immediately after you have received."
If you do not get hurt, make a factory immediately to make sure you are not connected to iCloud or the Google seller account, which will prevent you from using it. If you return and you can log in to your account, you are better off.
On the other hand, if you see any side effects not listed on the list, you can call to buy, negotiate the price or – if the phone is sold online – open the seller's conflict. Remember, even if you do not bother with a specific problem, it may reduce the cost of the call back if you go to 'buy' the line. Consequently, it is often in your best interest to get a phone in good condition, even if you can get a bit cheaper and cheaper.
There is no guarantee that you can buy, even if you practice the best practices. In my experience, though, very little problems, and any cheaper equipment you may get, you will have many other things that work well – even if you sometimes get stuck back and you do not get it back, you are probably save a lot of money. Just take the precise precautions, and be prepared to do anything for you.