Question about Verizon Communications enV2 Cellular Phone
The screen that you flip up in the enV2 blacked out this morning. I've only had it since August 2008 and haven't dropped it once on hard/rough surfaces (dropping my phone on beds and carpet don't count, I don't think.) The front screen works fine, and did not black out. The sound works fine, and I assume that all other functions are fine.
Walk outside with your phone in hand. with one hand, hold the phone firmly. with the other, grab a baseball bat. step out into your yard, or maybe the yard of a neighbor you don't like. throw the phone straight up in the air, then grab the bat handle firmly. swing away at that bad boy. fetch the phone and repeat the process if you are not fully satisfied with how your phone functions after one whack. hope this helps
Posted on Jul 01, 2010
Well take out the battery and put it back in or take it to a verizon store!
Posted on Dec 16, 2008
Its the wires in the prone that wear out and it doesnt matter ifu drop it or not (tho dropping it doesnt help) and once the wires in the hindges start to wear things like the front screen/buttons/inside screen stop working
Posted on May 03, 2010
Well that happend to me too but i learned that if u get a text press ok until ur at the point u text u open it up it should work but for a while it would be a lil staticy lookin then it will clear up.make sure u dont drop it if it works.my cousin dropped mine when i fixed it but now in doesnt work at all any other answers?
Posted on Aug 28, 2009
I have just had the same problem....a couple weeks ago i have dropped my phone n then inside screen blacked out and bout 3 days later it wuz fixed...now i dropped it again..but wat i dont get is that the: outside screen, the outside keyboard, the inner keyboard, and camera work but not the inner screen ughhh......do yu think it will be fixedd or not?
Posted on May 02, 2010
It is the wiring in the hinges of the phone. Call it built in obsolescence. Companies se to provide the verizon store with parts, but seem to have more value for your money that servicing the consumer. Im sure you could fix the phone hinge if you are persistent. P2TP
Posted on Jun 05, 2010
I dropped it on my friends diving board on her pool. I saw it fly up in the air. I've done it before but nothing happened. But since i drop it a lot, apparentally it just wanted to this time
Posted on Apr 20, 2010
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