Question about Motorola Mobility E815
I have had this phone for about more then a year and it has worked fine. But now as I turned it on today the external screen was blank and the other screen is a blank white screen. I am powering it on and off and i also replaced the battery. Same thing. Any suggestions? I have alot of important contacts and numbers I need. I can still dial out, is there anyway I can retrieve these numbers even though I am unable to view them?
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Posted on Feb 11, 2008
My phone just started up w/the problem too. I noticed that about 2 weeks ago, my phone would make a pop sound when opening. So now that my display is dead and knowing that the video cable runs on the inside of the flip joint, I have opened my phone. I found that the video cable was torn half way thru starting from the left side. It seems that the plastic connector inside was damaged from use and provided a sharp edge to hack the video cable. Now the question becomes where to get a new cable? It's easy enuf to swap out, but not easy to locate one.
Posted on Oct 04, 2007
Yeah for $10 verizon keeps contacts and put them on new phone
Posted on Sep 25, 2007
I have the same thing happening to me. Basically the screen sucks. I've had my phone just over a year so motorola no longer covers this phone under their warantee. What you can do is either contact your provider who may offer you an upgrade at a discounted cost or contact a local phone repair service. I got motorola's # from verizon at 1-800-331-6456 who does not have a repair service in my area. I could take 2 weeks and pay a $75 + dollar fee or just buy a new phone on ebay for less. Since it is only the screen the moto guy said you should be able to download the info to a computer and keep your contacts and photos, etc. Verizon might do this for you also.
Posted on Aug 20, 2007
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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