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Touchscreen problems The bottom buttons such as "settings", "browser", "info" and "desktop" in music and other programs aren't working whenever i tap them. I tried tapping as hard as i can but it won't work. I try to work the volume button but instead the song fast forwards whenever i do that. I tried tapping the browser button but instead, it chose to skip sings backward. It was working fine yesterday until this morning.

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  • Elina Morado
    Elina Morado Mar 25, 2014

    I guess the buttons were working below their actual places.

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SOURCE: volume button wont work only to lower volume works

Are you talking about the Amp working in lower volumes or the cd player? If it is the amp do you have the speakers bridged.

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SOURCE: I dropped my eclipse player only once, and now the screen is cracked and won't respond to my touch.

Sorry to be the one to give you the bad news, but once you crack a touchscreen it's dead, and it's not something you can replace yourself. There are shops that have the specialized tools to do this, but get an estimate first. Many times it's cheaper to buy a whole new player than to get one fixed.

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Step 2
Record the voice tag on your phone. Touch the phone number to which you wish to add a voice tag then touch the "Record" button. Record your voice tag for that contact. An icon will be displayed to the right of the number when the voice tag is complete. You can listen to your voice tag by touching the "Play" button on the screen or you can delete it to record a new one.
Step 3
Make a voice tag for a program. Tap the "Start" button on the phone. Go to "Settings" and then the "Personal" tab followed by "Voice Speed Dial." Choose the program for the voice tag and record the voice tag in the same manner as you did for the contact. To open the program with the voice tag, tap "Start," "Programs" and then "Voice Speed Dial."
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