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Service My phone has been through so much that the antenna can come out. I can put it back in but i don't get any signal anymore. I really need to know what to do because know I can't text or call anyone. PLEASE help!!

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I would suggest getting a new phone..you can probably buy the same model (or even better) on ebay or amazon. as for fixing it...it's alittle more complicated

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