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How to view a text on the exteernal display

I have been trying to figure out how to read a text message from the external display on my phone. A few times it has done it but when i try no matter what keys on the side i push I can't get anymore than it saying "1 new message". Which keys allow me to do this?

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You need to take the phone and have it replaced this is the flexcable located in the earpiece.

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