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SAMSUNG Note 9
Not sure how to sell your used Samsung Note 9? Just follow these easy steps!
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The Galaxy Note 9 used price can be affected by factors such as model, condition, storage, and whether the device is locked to a carrier or unlocked. Here are our three conditions explained:
Good: All parts of the device are fully functional, no damage to screen or phone, the phone is NOT rooted, light wear and tear acceptable.Touch, Face ID, NFC work ( if applicable). Samsung Note models must include S Pen.
Poor: All parts of the device are fully functional, no major damage, Phone is NOT rooted, Heavy wear and tear such as scuffs, dents and deep scratches.Touch, Face ID, NFC work (if applicable). Samsung Note models must include S Pen.
Faulty: Major software/hardware issues, phones freezes and crashes regularly, isn’t charging or connecting to a computer. Touch, Face ID, NFC work ( if applicable). Phone sensors are not working, dust under screen or camera, significant damage or water damage. Faulty screen, casing, or rear glass. We cannot buy your phone if it’s missing components or is bent, crushed, or snapped in half.
Before you sell Galaxy Note, you’ll need to back up or transfer any personal information you want to keep before erasing everything from your device. This is because, once you carry out a factory reset, your data will be permanently deleted.
After you’ve backed up your Samsung Note, you’ll need to clear your private information from the device. This makes sure the next user doesn’t have access to your personal data.
You’ll need to carry out a factory reset to make sure everything is fully wiped from your Samsung Galaxy Note 9. Just follow these easy steps:
We accept broken devices if they’re cosmetically damaged or water damaged. However, if you’re selling a broken Note 9, you’ll need to make sure you categorize the condition as faulty.
To find out more information about selling a broken device, check out our broken phones page.