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What i like to do with my old electronics is strip them for parts. Just start disassembling it, taking every thing off of it that seems like useful parts. Having a sodering iron and some sprig helps. Look up the ID numbers on the items you've salvaged to get pin-outs and data sheets. I really dont know if this would work for phones though since they use all that surface mount technology crap and youd probably need one of those tiny [censored] sodering irons. You could try to reprogram the EEPROM in it. Or you could get $5 for em and sell them to gizmo or even better 'donate' them to UGN.