Question about Cell Phones
You don't need a screw or t6 just to replace your keypad, you only need your bear hands
here's a link
showing how to dismantle your n70 phone
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
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Hi .... The steps to replace a keypad:
1st , you will need a t6 Torx screwdriver
2nd you will needd a replacement keypad
Here we go , you now remove all the screws with a t6 torx screwdriver after that the front of your phone will ease off if you get something in the middle of it , after that you just switch keypads and ther u go !!
Oct 17, 2007 | Motorola Mobility L6 Cellular Phone
Well there are quite a few things here that might be faulty :
Your lcd screen
And your network connection ,
For your lcd screen i would look on ebay there about 15 pound , you will also need a t6 torx screwdriver ,
For your buttons you can just purchase a full housing case , You will also need a t6 torx screwdriver to perform this operation ,
For your network connection i would consider speaking to your network provider , hope ihelped :)
Oct 16, 2007 | Motorola Mobility RAZR V3c Cellular Phone
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