Question about Cell Phones
What you have to do is disassemble the phone, carefully...and clean the places where these buttons are (or more precisely, their contact parts) with alcohol (spirit, or technicall, or maybe even isopropilic alcohol) dry it (like wiping it with a piece of cotton) and then assemble the phone back and see if it works, I pretty much think it's the best, and potentially cheapest solution...
Posted on Jul 25, 2008
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