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Sell your jailbroken iPhone or iPad: What you need to know

Posted on 11th Nov 2020 20:57:05 in General, Apple, Selling

What if someone told you they had a jailbroken iPhone for sale? Would you hesitate to accept their offer? Well, you’re not alone. Apple feels the same way. 


Jailbreaking is a process in which people bypass software restrictions enforced on

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Is Your Device a Distraction? And Why You Should Consider Selling It

Posted on 10th Nov 2020 15:06:14 in Selling

With many people now working and learning from the comfort of their homes, devices are probably more important now than ever before.


 Smartphones, laptops, and tablets help amplify the work you get done, and without them, you would probably fall greatly behind. At the same time, they are also the reason why you are not as productive as you’d like to be. 


If you notice that you spend more of your time scrolling

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When’s the right time to sell my Apple watch?

Posted on 4th Nov 2020 17:54:05 in General, Apple, Selling

The first Sunday of every November is the start of daylight saving, which means that you have to manually adjust every clock in your home and workplace if devices aren’t smart enough to do it automatically. Now you’re dealing with a wall clock, the time on your stove, and the time displayed in your car. With so many devices

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Can I sell my broken iPhone, Galaxy or Pixel?

Posted on 3rd Nov 2020 15:51:58 in General, Selling

One too many times, someone experiences the pain of watching their phone slip between their fingers and crash to the ground as it and their heart simultaneously shatter.

What to do now? You are out of a phone and short on cash. Believe it or not, there is still a way to recycle your phone and make some money.

Whether your phone has water damage or a broken screen, it is still valuable. At Tech Reboot we

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How to Wipe (or Recover) Data from your Android Smartphone

Posted on 15th Oct 2020 16:54:18 in Samsung

This article explains the details of how to wipe your Android smartphone. Some of the details apply to iPhones as well, but the instructions might differ for Apple devices. Erasing your phone, often called a factory reset, removes all personal files (photos, videos, documents), deletes all installed apps, and clears all logins and configuration settings. Essentially it restores the phone to its original, out-of-the-box state.

Reasons to Wipe Your Android Phone

There are a few good reasons why someone would want to

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Sell your Samsung Galaxy

Posted on 14th Oct 2020 19:33:43 in Samsung, Selling

If you have an old Samsung Galaxy S, or Galaxy Note and are considering selling it, this article will illuminate some details of the process, what to expect, and how to prepare your Samsung Galaxy for selling.

The Galaxy line of smartphones has been a top selling Android product for years. They are great phones that can be worth good money. A major contributor to the value of your phone is the model or generation. Newer Galaxy models typically fetch

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SIM Card Frequently Asked Questions

Posted on 13th Oct 2020 16:52:25 in General

What is a SIM card?

SIM (Subscriber Identity Module) Cards connect your physical phone (or tablet) to your phone carrier. They let carriers know who owns any specific smart device and which phone account is theirs. In most cases, SIM cards are portable and can be swapped between your current or old phone and a newly-purchased phone.

SIM card Sizes

Nano SIM: The smallest SIM, most likely to be found in new devices. This has been the standard since the iPhone 5.

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Sell Your Tech to Tech Reboot

Posted on 14th Oct 2020 16:54:21 in Selling

Since you've read our post about e-waste, you know that the average US household has 25 consumer electronics, and many of us have more than that. The odds suggest you probably aren't using some of them very often. So let's say you are looking to minimize the consumer stuff in your life, and make some quick cash... you can sell your tech. But what kind of electronic devices and gadgets does Tech Reboot accept? We're glad you asked.

Smartphones,

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How much does it cost to unlock a phone in 2020?

Posted on 5th Oct 2020 16:38:56 in General

So you bought a phone and you're not sure if you're able to activate it or use it on a particular carrier?

There’s a lot of confusion when it comes to what carrier a device can be used on.

Certain carriers require devices that work on their network and only their network. They do this so that this particular change would keep your device from function on a competitor’s network.

Years back,

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EcoATM Review

Posted on 2nd Oct 2020 19:47:00 in General

Stay tuned.

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