1. jefbeard911's Avatar
    I can buy a "new" 8X for an unbelievably low price. I haven't seen it yet but will check it out tomorrow. BUyer beware so ...
    is there a way to pull up total talk time even after a factory reset?

    Besides the obvious opened box, scratches, ect, what's the best way to tell if it's new or not?
    11-01-2013 06:47 AM
  2. index1366's Avatar
    Here's what you should do: Wipe the screen with a cloth. Then look at the screen very closely from an angle to a source of light. If it was regularly used, then you will see some tiny tiny scratches. Do the same with the housing, look at it closely towards a source of light and look closely for scratches or marks of use.

    But if it was "unopened", it should have a seal on the box. Check the seal for eligibility.

    Oh, and the code is: ##634#, or at least it is on my NL920. Try it.
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    11-01-2013 07:59 AM
  3. jefbeard911's Avatar
    Thanks.
    About the ##634#...i thought I read that will only work on Windows Phone 7.x phones. Works on ur 920? Cool. Will give it a go..
    11-01-2013 09:41 AM

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