All of the buttons turn the phone off, I can receive a call if I flip up the screen, but I can't do anything else
When I turn the phone on, none of the buttons work correctly. When I press any of them, the phone shuts down. I still receive calls, but I can't press any buttons, or the phone says goodbye and shuts down. The red button does not shut the phone down, but every other button does. Can you help me?
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The flex that connects your screen to the phone board is bad and has worn out. It is commom with flip phones. All you need do is to replace the flex and be very mindful of how you close the flip phone.
the problem is flex, it's a ribbon-like inside your phone.that's the common problem of a sliding phones. you should go to your nearest cellphone repairshop or if none, go to your nearest samsung center. you can buy your new phone if you like.. =)
If u have a Razor (As shown in the picture), If the mini Screen Works(When you close the phone) then then make sure the push down button((Turns off the main screen when you flip the phone closed) is not pushed down while the phone is open.
Unfortunately, there is probably nothing short of replacing the phone or internal hardware that will fix this. Was it dropped hard, or did it get wet or anything like that?
I assume you have taken the battery out and put it back in, but if not definitely give it a shot. Also, run your fingers over each button and key, and see if any feel off a bit. You may have a button stuck down, which really freaks the RAZR out.
Hopefully this will be something easy for you to fix, but if the phone is still under warranty definitely give your carrier a call to see what your options are for hardware repair or replacement.