Note: I'm still under the warranty!
So, I had received a replacement Vita from Sony back in December, and after about a week or a couple of days the replacement Vita was displaying the same excact problem as my original Vita, so I sent the replacement Vita in for a repair on I don't know I think the 18th or 19th. They received it on the 22nd and shipped it back out on the 23rd. Could they really have fixed it that fast? Or am I getting another replacement? Or they haven't fixed it at all? What do you think happened? His this happened to anyone before?
Thanks for reading & answering!
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Well they do fix the systems but rather than make you wait for them to fix it they send you a different unit..
^^ This. It's much quicker to throw your broken one in a pile with others to be fixed and send you a replacement. Then eventually yours will be fixed and sent along to someone else.
Wait, so someone is going to receive a locked Vita with xxx content behind that locked screen? Or do they clear it first? lol
I think the answer to that question is quite obvious.