Question about Verizon Communications enV2 Cellular Phone
If the phone is not really overheating, the problem could likely be hardware related. You would need to contact LG customer support to see what they have to say.
Given the age of this particular model (about ten years old) it wouldn't surprise me if LG is either unable to resolve the problem remotely, or requires you to send the phone in for repair.
Posted on Feb 03, 2018
Its simple no need to replace the battery... If this is LG-ENV2 then open the battery cover and remove the battery , with the help of a pencil eraser (rubber) erase the Edges and make it new,,, ( the metal part should shine like new) now go ahead and put the batteries ,..it wont Restart
Posted on Sep 02, 2009
yes, you would need to actually take the entire phone apart, start by taking the battery out, taking out the screws in the back..opening the bottom part of the phone, take out the board, then the key board should just pop off, then take the screws out of the phone on all four corners open the screen, look for where the flex attatches to the screen and where the male female parts are, take that off and do it in reverse to put the other screen in
Posted on Mar 16, 2010
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