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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.
have your earpiece replaced, it is located at the topside along with the lcd, it is a bit tricky to replace that cos it is mounted with the lcd itself, nif it doesnt do the trick try repalcing also the flex assembly
That means your earpiece speaker is out. It could either be damaged or just dirty. The easiest way is to file an insurance claim. But if you are good with electronics you can take it apart and replace the speaker. However on some of the V3 models the earpiece speaker is a part of the LCD and cannot be individually replaced.
Most likely the small flex cable on the LCD screen in the top part of the phone needs replaced. The speaker in the earpiece must be bad and it is soldered to this flex cable. It can be repaired by a cell phone repairman.
If the phone is under 1 yr old I suggest finding the nearest Motorola service center as it is under warranty. If its not covered you could replace the speaker yourself, although would require a small amount of soldering or replacing the entire LCD module which could be expensive. Let me know if you decide to give it a try I can help w/ disassembly.