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Kyrocera hydro boost phone bottom buttons do not work

The bottom buttons stopped working....Happened before but my son talked to someone and they said it was a "bug" walked him thru step by step, for awile it cleared up, now they don't work again...the 4 buttons at the bottom....I can accesss pages on my home page, but if i want to go back to my home page, i can't....the home page button does not work, the back arrow button does not work....nothing on the bottom works....to get back to my main page, i have to shut it down and start it up again! This phone was purchased for like 75.00 a month or 2 ago! Way too much money to spend not to mention the service for 50.00 or 55.00 a month, and then the phone doesn't work now? on a new phone!? very very annoyed!

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    Katelynn Boden Feb 20, 2014

    Mine phone (Kyocera Hydro) just started doing this same exact problem. I just got it for christmas about two months ago. Does anyone know if you can fix it or do you have to get a replacement?

  • Anonymous Mar 30, 2014

    the buttons on the bottom of the phone dont work

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Almost all electronics come with a 1 year warranty. Since this is a manufacturers defect then it would be covered under that warranty. Contact your service provider for a replacement. If they give you the run around then contact Kyocera.

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Its a 3G phone from what it looks like so there is no SIM card to worry about I assume. If there is a SIM card I would replace that right off the bat. I would go back in and make the store fix the phone or do a manufacture warranty replacement on it. I am surprised they didn't resolve things in the store.

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