Question about Cell Phones
It is easy to fix, the shope you brought it from has your details saved on their system unless you brought it 'on the dodgy side'.
The problem is not the earpiece, it is the flat ribbon cable that carries all the power and data (keypad, earpiece etc) from the main body of the phone to the sliding section.
The composite in the cable cracks after time so SE have got a new cable type to replace it with.
Just take your phone back to where you brought it from for it to be sent away and repaired - make sure you get a courtesy phone FOC while it is away.
Posted on Mar 26, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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