Question about Motorola Mobility Droid (2 GB) Cell Phone
Hi, It can be fixed.There is a common fault for all Motorola cell phones. there is a thread like object inside the phone called a flex that controls the functions on the keys on a cell phone when it's gets damaged, it makes the keys to malfunction. You will need to replace the thread like object which is the flex inside the phone for the keys to function again.
The flex of the phone is located inside the phone, it controls the functions of the screen an also the keypads of the phone.
The flex is a thread like object that is located inside the phone. To see the flex, you will need to disassemble the phone to get to the flex of the phone.
After replacing the phone flex, your done.
Also it might be the screen of the phone. But in other to know if it's the screen, you will need to test a new flex.
You can get a replacement flex from any of the phone repair stores around you.
Hope it helps.
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Posted on May 24, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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