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The problem with your phone is just flex problem, the flex
on the screen of your phone is weak or worn out, this is a common
problem among slide or flip phone.
What you need to do is to
replace the flex on the screen of your phone, you can get this done by
going to any local phone repairer within your vicinity to help get it
fix or replace.
Once the flex is replace, your phone display
problem is solve and the screen will start displaying.
On the other hand, you said you cannot hear the person you are talking to, the problem with your phone
is that the earpiece on your
phone is bad that is why you cannot hear the party calling you or hear
anything while you call.
All you need to do is to replace the
earpiece on your phone and you will see that you can hear whoever you
are talking to on your phone.
Change the earpiece on your phone
and you will see that the problem is solved. meanwhile, you can keep
using the headset pending the time you will replace the earpiece.
You have an earpiece failure. You would need to get the earpiece swapped out by a phone technician or you would need to call your carrier and speak with someone about getting another device through warranty.
Greetings to all. I have just purchased a palm treo 650. It was unlocked so I was told, but it was not a GSM, It was a CDMA, My carrier is T Mobile and I dont know what I could to Make It Work, as t mobile has a sim card and this treo 650 does not. Is there any thing I could do to solve this problem?
The 650 seems to have a delicate headphone/mic jack. Dropping the phone, even gently, seems mess up that jack. I returned my first treo 650 as defective, and got a new one. The same thing happened to my new 650 after I simply compressed the phone in my breast coat pocket by holding my mail against my chest.
I can't get a new one because the replacement treo comes with no warranty of any kind. :(
My advice would be to find a PDA/phone repair service to repair the jack or diagnose the problem if it turns out not to be the jack.