Question about Nokia N97 Cell Phone
I have a N97 myeslf and had exactly the same problem. Mine had this problem due to being accidently dropped and through dust from work. If you are not experienced in taking mobile phones apart seek expert assitance.
Flip your phone to open mode and you will see 2 little black rubber caps on the back side.
Remove the caps with a sharp tool, and then unscrew the 2 screw with a positive (+) precision screw driver.
You will then need to carefully unclip the top screen from the phone itslef.
WARNING!! please be careful while doing this as there is a ribbon attached from the screen to the phone.
Once opened, unclip the screen ribbon from the phone itself and blow on both connectors.
Reattach the ribbon and place screen back and screw in the screws.
This should stop youre phone automatically scrolling and stop it from turning off.
Hope this helps and please rate, thanks
Posted on Mar 22, 2011
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