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APPLE IPHONE DEAD ZONE? ON KEYPAD 4 5 AND 6 WONT WORK (AND EVERYTHING ON THAT LEVEL!)

I RECENTLY PURCHASED AN 1.1.4 IPHONE UNLOCKED.
I ONLY HAD IT ABOUT AN HOUR AND TRIED TO MAKE A CALL ONLY TO REALISE THE NUMBERS 4 5 AND 6 DONT WORK ON THE KEYPAD!
PLEASE HELP CAN I FIX THIS???????

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  • tommyboy75 May 03, 2008

    IMSTUCK1's APPLE IPHONE DEAD ZONE? ON KEYPAD 4 5 AND 6 WONT WORK (AND EVERYTHING ON THAT LEVEL!)

  • vicente estrada Nov 19, 2008

    7.8.9 WONT WORK

  • vmagivi Jan 12, 2009

    I had the same problem, kept it switched off the whole night but still hasnt fixed the issue.

  • oren_ayash Feb 19, 2009

    i just got my iphone and i have a dead zone at 4 5 6 the only problem is the pone is out of service,
    I have called iphone 1-800 number and talk with customer care for about 2 hours trying to explain them this is not just my phone this is a nation wide problem some company call for recall way is it iphone not doing the same?
    Any way i have asked to know how many people need to call with the same complaint in order for apple to call it a recall ? the company refused to give me answer and i had to finish the conversation with no help.


    i have to say that the customer service was very good and the iphone tech lady jenna was very polite

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Try switching the phone off for a couple of hours. I had the same problem and tried everything, until I went to the movies and switched off the phone. When I came out and switched it on again it was working fine - incredible but true!

Posted on Oct 27, 2008

  • David Suare
    David Suare Jan 09, 2014

    Muchas gracias por interesarte en i problema.El telefono esta libre a Appo,pero esta con esprin y las companias Metro no lo aseptan asi me hace falta el programa para liberarlo de Esprin.

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