Question about Motorola Mobility A1200
Simple solution. Housing is not the problem. Take a tiny flat electronics screwdriver any pry the rear cover off the ear piece. This is the chrome piece with the "M" on it.( The side that does not touch your ear when you talk. Once you have that removed. Use a soldering iron to make the speaker connections secure again. Use superglue to glue the cover back on. Problem solved 90% of the time.
Posted on Nov 17, 2007
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