Palm Pixi lives after spending 45 minutes in an oven

Palm Pixi lives after spending 45 minutes in an oven

In continuation tothe trend of smartphones survivingafter being mistreated, we present you a story of a smartphone, whichgot brought back to life right after spending 45 minutes of “baking”inside of an oven. Inspired by the story of the iPhone 4, whichsurvived after falling to the ground after unintentionally beingdropped off from a plane, TheConsumerist readerJim decidedto share the tale of his wife and her resilient Palm Pixi.

My wife was cooking last month.She set the oven to 450 degrees. When that temperature was reached,she inserted a baking sheet with the food she had prepared. After 45minutes, she opened the oven and found her Palm Pixi phone in theoven just inside the door. It had apparently fallen out of her pocketas she bent down to insert the food into the oven.

She immediately grabbed the phone and when it hadcooled enough, she removed the battery, which was distorted by theheat. Figuring she had nothing to lose, she placed a spare batteryinto the phone. It immediately came to life and has not given her aproblem since.

We strongly suggest you torestrain yourself from treating your gadgets to anything similar tothe story above, but if you have already cooked your smartphone inthe past, either by accident or on purpose, feel free to share theresults with us by posting a comment below.

source: TheConsumerist via PreCentral

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11. LloydTheNoid... unregistered

Thats nothing... This one time at band camp....

3. XxVerbalxX unregistered

im going to give my droid to a rabid gorrilla and tell u folks how it turns out.

14. protozeloz

Posts: 5396; Member since: Sep 16, 2010

Lucky my defy is life proof....

2. derp unregistered

Funny, most Android phones cant even handle being used normally.

4. XxVerbalxX unregistered

thats a webOS phone....ur knowledge is astounding

9. derp unregistered

No shit. Its obvious your reading comprehension could use some work. Nice job.

5. ATTCallCenter unregistered

I got a story too. My Android phone got lit on fire by a 60 foot Alaskan Snow Dragon, when it was stolen by Elves out of my pocket. After climbing Mt. Everest to retrieve my phone it was frozen into a solid block of ice. I chipped it out with an ice pick and managed to jab it a couple of times in the screen. Thanks for Gorilla Glass it didn't break. Upon my decent, I dropped my phone off the peek into a 3000ft plumit to the ground. I couldn't find my phone for the longest time, but a Sherpa named Iktul told me that his Yak had ingested the thing. I pulled out my trusty knife, gutted the yak and removed my phone from the Yak's 2nd stomach, yeah it was ingested twice! After finally going through the adventure of my life, just for my cell phone, which I clearly would do anything for. I pushed to power button and joy came to my heart when I heard, "DROOOOID!"

6. ap unregistered

MAN!! Thats a good story.....

7. XxVerbalxX unregistered

dammit u stole my idea! lol i had a good story going with my rabid gorrila. so yeah what he said

8. ATTCallCenter unregistered

Only the part about everest is true, the snow dragon, now that isn't true, it was actually a rabid gorrila when I was trekkin the Congo

12. Jumbo unregistered

Highly unlikely...

10. snowgator

Posts: 3630; Member since: Jan 19, 2011

Cheap shot derp. Funny, but cheap. :-)

13. KParks23

Posts: 750; Member since: Oct 13, 2010

if you cant see where derp was going with that than you must be slow LOL i disagree with him tho but read his comment again

1. palmguy

Posts: 991; Member since: Mar 22, 2011

I normally cook my phones at 350° for 60 minutes. Make sure they are well done.

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