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Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by miss_vickies, Jan 3, 2013.

  1. miss_vickies

    miss_vickies Android Enthusiast
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    already getting jammed and stiff!!

    so disappointing :( never dropped my phone once

    anyone else had issues with the home button?
     

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    No problem yet, but I use an app called button saviour which gives on screen buttons which also work with the s-pen. Makes one handed use much easier if you position the buttons well.

    Roger
     
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    never......works flawlessly
     
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    Not trying be mean, but ill tell you what I tell my friend about his keyboard space bar....stop eating and drinking on top of it...atleast get some of it in your mouth...lol.

    I have no issues with mine yet. Hope you can it it rectified.
     
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    No problems up to now, maybe you have some dirt in there, give it a spray with water......... NOOOOOOOOOO joking lol
    How do you mean stiff? as if something is in there causing it not to press?
     
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    No problem here either. Possibly take it back and get replacement before it's too late? I would try...
     
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    No problems here
     
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    I would have it checked out as that's not regular wear and tear. Could be a contact switch problem on the phone.
     
  9. miss_vickies

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    no food/liquid/odd things were ever spilled on my phone lol

    i take care of my technology like its my baby

    it's stiff in a sense that it takes a lot of presure to press it down.... then from stiff if goes into this mode of clicking... so every time u press it down it clicks... which it shouldnt do

    i went to the bell store and they want to take it into repair for me... now what i dont get is 1) why does it take 4 effin weeks to get repaired and 2) why did she say that all my data will be erased when its a PHYSICAL defect?!?

    so frustrated cant even tell u...

    can i not get a NEW phone since it should still be under warranty?
     

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