(repost) China bladder jacked your phone - aren't you pissed ??? Only a matter of time.
the bladder is guaranteed to exert enough pressure to crack your phone or laptop in half and pop open - IN MANY CASES - before you get signs that the battery is weak and it's time to change it. it causes a cell phone glass which is very rugged to break easily (due to bladder pressing hard on it while it's hooked down)
they don't warn you when you buy it or in the user's guides either. china published many "fake websites and articles" saying it was "rare" (lies) and that replacing batter was required (more lies) and that if you don't believe them your an arsonist (a lie big enough to merit federal prison, as if trillions of damages in broken devices wasn't enough)
I'M SURE YOU ALL HAVE HAD PHONES BREAK AND ASSUMED IT WAS DUE TO THE DROP
????? AREN'T YOU PISSED TO FIND OUT CHINA DID IT ON PURPOSE ?????
AREN'T YOU PISSED they designed in a "bladder jack" (capable of lifting a person easily) to break your phone in half and that it was not necessary it was simply an attack on the consumer ?? (remember, they knew and know and still don't tell people about it: it is an attack)
this kind of crack is wholey due to bladder jacking, not the drop
this happens not because of the drop but because the hinges no longer can hold once a corner has been broken (after a corner crack caused by bladder one cannot set the glass back in without popping the bladder - but already you now cannot do a trade-in or really sell it). the hinges are designed to fail with the corner. it's all reverse engineered designed failure.
this is why a new phone can take a drop and have no glass broken, then on a fateful day a few years later a lesser drop causes breakage: the bladder jack is pressing hard on the glass by then
a bladder jack - can life a ton of force with a little square - or break a cell phone or laptop effortlessly of course: which is a $2,000 job - CLEARLY A FELON IN THE USA
You all are not pissed off? You don't want china to refund your (list of) broken phone?