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Versión actual por: Mike ,

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To get an OEM part you have to take it to HTC. HTC doesn't sell their parts, so you can't get OEM unless it is used from another phone. Don't be fooled when someone says OEM online, it's typically just a reproduction or a recycled mix of aftermarket and OEM.
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+EDIT: Would like to add that HTC has 'Uh-Oh Protection', something you might want to look into.

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Editado por: Mike ,

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-to get OEM you have to take it too HTC, since phone company's don't sell there parts, you cant get OEM unless from another phone. but then it wouldn't be new it would be used. dont be fooled when someone says OEM online its just a reproduction or a recycled mix of aftermarket and OEM.
+To get an OEM part you have to take it to HTC. HTC doesn't sell their parts, so you can't get OEM unless it is used from another phone. Don't be fooled when someone says OEM online, it's typically just a reproduction or a recycled mix of aftermarket and OEM.

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Editado por: David ,

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-to get OEM you have to take it too HTC, since phone company's don't sell there parts you can get OEM unless from another phone. but then it wouldn't be new it would be used. dont be fooled when someone says OEM online its just a reproduction or a recycled mix of aftermarket and OEM.
+to get OEM you have to take it too HTC, since phone company's don't sell there parts, you cant get OEM unless from another phone. but then it wouldn't be new it would be used. dont be fooled when someone says OEM online its just a reproduction or a recycled mix of aftermarket and OEM.

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Aporte original por: David ,

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to get OEM you have to take it too HTC, since phone company's don't sell there parts you can get OEM unless from another phone. but then it wouldn't be new it would be used. dont be fooled when someone says OEM online its just a reproduction or a recycled mix of aftermarket and OEM.

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