Question about Cell Phones
Sounds like you have a short in your phone and by removing the battery this is somehow triggering that short to connect. This will likely require you to get the phone serviced. There is a fee for this usually if you don't have some type of protection on the phone. If you do it should be as simple as them replacing the speakerphone part of the device. Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 19, 2008
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