Question about Motorola Mobility PEBL U6 Cellular Phone
When I took it to a repair store here in Atlanta, i was told that "I've been repairing cell phones for 12 years, and I see this problem all the time. When a PEBL is unlocked, it creates a softwre problem that makes the keypad eventually die, and if I put in a new keypad it'll die too."
Has anyone else heard this before, it was the first I'd heard of it.
UOLACE - what that person said is ****.....if the keypad is dead then it can easily be replaced so take it to a better tech shop.
hartman - you should have it reflash to correct this issue
GUEST - try another battery and if that does not work then have the phone's firmware reflash
Posted on Oct 01, 2008
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