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I can call anyone.

My phone buttons wont work and only the off button does. and once in awhile itll say 'voice record memory full' but i cant go on to anything, i can charge it and stuff. but thats about it. whats wrong?

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Ok I found out that there is a kaypad memory battery and that could be your problem. Or, the software for the keypad could have been corrupted by dropping it. You can fix that one by going to the motorola support page and upgrading your software. (you need a data cable for this). Other than that you will most likely need to buy a whole new keyboard assembly.

Posted on May 21, 2007

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