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Um... ok first off that sucks. second, no you cant glue it or tape it together. if its broken in half then all those little metal leads won't be able to connect properly. third, if you give me your actual pda model i will be able to help you find a new circuit board for it.

let me know so i can help ya out

Posted on Nov 08, 2008

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This not a job for just anyone it will require some soldering on the circuit board. If you don't know how then it would be best to ship it off.

The steps to take apart the phone.
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9. remove the LCD piece, unsolder the speaker.
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