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Texting issue Recently I have noticed that when texting and I try to hit the "shift" button or the up arrow in the bottom right of the keyboard, it puts "ozfr" in to the message. The second issue I noticed occurred when I was trying to reply to a text and noticed that the keyboard went dimmer than normal. Upon this happening, the "j" and "m" keys no longer worked and the message became nearly impossible to cancel out of. Is this a major problem that is fixable or do I need to send the phone in for a replacement?

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I do not know if you can fix it on your own. But before taking your phone in, try a few things first. First, try removing your battery and putting it back in to your phone. Second, replace the battery. Third, read the owners manual for proper battery maintenance. Fourth, remove any programs that you have added and the replace them one at a time. Good luck.

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