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Old June 27th, 2012, 01:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Angry Dust under the Touch screen

Hi All ,

I bought HTC exlorer last month.with in 5 days of time I found small dust particles(only 2) under the touch screen.As I found it is annoying for a new phone,I have given my phone to the repair center,they replaced with a new touch screen which is just free.Now again with in 3 days I am able to see 3 dust particles , 1 exactly in the center and remaining 2 at left side are very tiny.only i can see them in day light or bright light.else if i observe keenly the one at the center is visible.Exactly 1 month completed from when I bought the phone.Any body facing the same problem ? what should I do? should I again give the phone for repair or it is better to live with it ? Please suggest me regarding this issue.

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Old July 17th, 2012, 09:45 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Man i know about each n every thing about explorer and ive talked to many persons having explorer but havent heard of this problem. And i know its very annoying , it happened with my last java phone and i just sold it away. I recommend u to claim ur warranty and get a new cell out coz explorer is a pretty good low end Android Smartphone.

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