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# 39673 17-Aug-2009 19:57
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The other day I was about too make a phone call on my iPhone and I dropped it. The ear speaker made no noise. I restarted it and it worked fine. I've had my vodafone sim in recently but today I but the 2Degrees one back in and the same thing has happened(not dropped but the ear thing makes no noise unless I restart). Any fix for this?


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  # 247882 17-Aug-2009 20:01
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Its been dropped dude this should not be in the 2D thread its nothing to do with 2D

Shock damage send off to the service agent

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  # 247887 17-Aug-2009 20:16
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No its not the fact its been dropped, it doesnt do this in vodafone and with the 2degrees it does occasionally

 
 
 
 


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  # 247889 17-Aug-2009 20:22
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tomisbetterthanu: No its not the fact its been dropped, it doesnt do this in vodafone and with the 2degrees it does occasionally


So it has shock damage

it only started after you dropped the iphone?

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  # 247922 17-Aug-2009 21:12
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Yes, when I got the sim card back in the day on the 5th of August and tried to set up my account it didnt work until I restarted my phone.

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  # 247935 17-Aug-2009 21:26
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My iPhone shows up telecom nz and even reset it the same thing




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  # 247979 18-Aug-2009 04:02
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A dropped phone not working correctly?

Hang on, i'll call the president.

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  # 247990 18-Aug-2009 07:32
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Fossie: A dropped phone not working correctly?

Hang on, i'll call the president.


Common sense gone out the window must be a 2D issue

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