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Intermittant Keypad lock up & intermittant antenna reception

My Razr has the keppad unresponsiveness and loss of signal, both of which come and go. Sometimes I can "wake up the phone keypad.". My phone went swimming with me once when I had to save my 4 yr old in the pool and has been dropped more than a few times. Also Can you recommend a battle hardened phone with no camera to buy in the future?
I use At$T but I'm open to whoever and prefer a pay as u g plan.

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Re: Intermittant Keypad lock up & intermittant antenna...

You should had let the kid drown , hahahahaha just kidding buddy. Your phone is definately going through a slow death, once it has liquid damage you will encounter these problems and alot more others. Liquid damage is liquid damage, your going to need a new phone my friend. Good luck.

Posted on Jan 29, 2008

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