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#1 Vin The Butcher

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Posted 30 November 2012 - 12:37

Thought this was funny, figured it belongs somewhere on this forum....

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#2 Shane Nokes

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Posted 30 November 2012 - 12:41

Being Windows Phone it probably belongs in the mobile devices section...

That said that looks like Flextronics in Mexico possibly...

I could be wrong...but the building looks familiar. That said I'm surprised this was on there since the phones are supposed to be reset after passing the tests.

#3 sagum


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Posted 30 November 2012 - 12:49

Having worked for Nokia in the past, early 2000s, as a repair guy I can tell you we did power them on and visually inspect that they work. however there were also functional testing machines that'll do a per pixel test of the screen. I assume they do the same with the cameras too and it's all automatic usually. The handsets are then re-flashed to clear them and give them the latest firmware/branding before they are re-boxed.
Looks to be someone working in the flash/imei coding. The black and cream printer at the back looks to be a thermal printer for the imei number stickers.