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QWERTY keyboard is not working, I have a Samsung

QWERTY keyboard is not working, none of the letters work? I have a Samsung Messanger 2.

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Bring the soldering paste in keypad ic.then het the ic.check the keypad lines

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Check keyboard matt... check keypad membrane... check keypad interface... or may it be the keypad IC that requires a cellphone technician to check -up/repair...

Posted on May 26, 2010

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