Question about Cell Phones
Remove battery .take off outer cover (as seen on you tube)locate suspect button which has 4 soldered tabs.on my phone the solder on the outer 2 tabs had parted from the board use a small ended soldering iron (or in my case a bit copper wire from a scrap of coax cable wound a few times around the tip trim off to leave about 4mm protruding} gently with a little lever on top of the switch (I used a 1mm drill bit a matchstick might do }close it down onto the board,tin the tip of the iron hold it on one of the tabs for about 10 seconds keep the gentle pressure on the lever for a few seconds after removing the iron repeat on other tabs.
If the button is completely off or you can't manage the soldering,hold the battery in place switch on phone play a tune in music player get a pin touch it across the 2 bottomtabs and you will see the volume rise each time you touch.Leave it on preferred setting.The camera zoom can be reset by simply shutting and opening the shutter each time'"have fun"
Posted on Nov 27, 2008
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