The antenna on my phone broke and it is no longer under warranty so to bring it in to the store is too expensive.
I have recently purchased a replacement part for it. I would like to know where to find instructions on how to remove the old broken piece and replace it with the new piece.
Do I need special tools? How do I go about fixing my phone?
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Analyse why it is not recieving signals.Assumimg that the reason for not recieving the signal is either the problem with the software of your phone or the antenna of your phone is damaged. So i suggest you to go to your nearest Nokia Care Center & either upgrade the software or replace the antenna if damaged.If your phone is within the warranty period then you can replace the antenna free of cost only if it is damaged naturally.
The phone has an built-in wi-fi antenna,
sometimes if the phone has been dropped on the floor or similar, the chock can bend the wifi antenna connectors so they loose contact with the mainboard,
and therefore the phone is no longer able to find wi-fi hotspots.
This is a very common problem.
Take the phone apart carefully bent out the antenna connectors and clean the plates off the mainboard to ensure antenna contact.
this may be an issue with your mobile service provider. ask for the coverage of their cel site.
however, with the k700i's internal antenna design, its capacity to get
signal is minimal sa compared to its external antenna cousins. however,
with the rise of the trendy cellphones, manufacturers tend to design
theor phones with internal antenna, hence, i guess, we have no option
but to live with it.
well.. few old mobile phone antenna was easy to remover i remmber old day when my father use to own Erricson moble phone you can can the antenna and plug it out simply up wards but new phone i heard that we must unscrew them to replace the problem . better get it to the repair guy . i am sure he won't charge you much for this
Yes your antenna is more then likly shot... i would advise going to radio shack and getting another one. =) or calling your provider if the phone is under warranty and getting a new one =)
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