Question about Sony Ericsson Cell Phones
I think the keypad sensor is the problem ...
if your good at opening then just remove the handset take off the keypad check the keypad is it in good condition or not ..
if not you replace with the new one ...
& also clear if there is any obstacles in the keypad sensor ...
this will solve your problem .
it cant be the firmware problem so just do this it will be fixed ..
if you are not good at opening then just tap the phone lightly so that if there is any loose contact in the keypad with sensor it may get fixed .... otherwise you must & should open the handset & do it ...
if you are afraid then just visit the technician ...
it is just a matter of some bucks ... i think you can only do this simple thing by opening...
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Posted on Jul 02, 2008
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