Tip & How-To about Cell Phones

How to know a Good battery Equipments Needed Foreign & Local Booster Procedures to follow Step 1: All good batteries are suppose to read 3.7 volts as inscribed on the battery body. Step 2: When a battery is low with 0.0 volts and it's boosted with a booster, it will increase back to 3.7 volts. Step 3: If you boost a low volt battery and it increases to maximum but immediately reduce to lowest after removing the booster, it means the battery is bad. Step 4: If the battery has 1.0 volts or more and it cannot still power up a handset, it also means the battery is bad. Step 5: You can also use a desktop to charge a battery that is low volted, but if it does not charge, use a boosted as a second option, if it still does not come up, then the battery is totally bad. Note You can over charge and discharge a battery by dropping it in a cold water or interchange the polarity of the booster. An over charged battery might not power a phone.

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EAR PIECE REPLACEMENT


How to check and correct a bad Ear Piece

Equipments Needed
Digital and Analog Meter

Procedures to Follow
Step 1: Check and read your ear piece to see if it's good
Step 2: Check if the terminal is connected on the board interface.
Step 3: If it is not connected, clean well and make it connect.
Step 4: Read the board interface to see if it is reading continually, if it isn't, loop for sound.
Step 5: If it's a flip up phone and the phone interface is not reading, you have to replace the flex to obtain sound.

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Apr 17, 2010 | Samsung SGH-D900 Cellular Phone

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EAR PIECE REPLACEMENT HELP NEEDED PLEASE INSTRUCTIONS IF POSSIBLE


How to check and correct a bad Ear Piece

Equipments Needed
Digital and Analog Meter

Procedures to Follow
Step 1: Check and read your ear piece to see if it's good
Step 2: Check if the terminal is connected on the board interface.
Step 3: If it is not connected, clean well and make it connect.
Step 4: Read the board interface to see if it is reading continually, if it isn't, loop for sound.
Step 5: If it's a flip up phone and the phone interface is not reading, you have to replace the flex to obtain sound.

Jan 11, 2010 | Nokia e65 Cellular Phone

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