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Old 10-30-2009, 04:42 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default CALL and END keys on Storm 2 - anyone else having issues with these keys being dodgy?

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I've found that my "call" and "end" keys aren't always pressing down when I try to click them. It's like the screen doesn't recognize it, and refuses to click. I have to re-press to get it to work. My wife's S2 works flawlessly. I can't help but think this is a fit and finish issue, which I would have hoped would have been perfected by now... but maybe I just got a bad one.

Anyone else have problems with these keys?
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Old 10-30-2009, 04:44 AM   #2 (permalink)
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I will let you know mr_biscuit, my Storm 2 arrives today!!! =o)
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Strawberry, your Storm 2 will be a different model to mr_biscuit's Storm 2.
You can really compare.
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Actually, the 9520 and the 9550 are basically the exact same hardware, with just different radio bands. The screen press "should" be the same on either.

@Mr. Biscuit, I haven't experienced this dial or end key problem.
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True enough I guess.
I figured, likely made in different parts of the world. Although same parts, possibly built quality is different.
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Hmmm... I've noticed it's especially bad when in landscape mode.

Even when the buttons do click through, it's like I can feel some resistance - like the screen is hindered somewhat.
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I've also noticed that the 4 "hard" keys at the bottom of the screen stay lit up all the time, even when the screen is asleep, and the LED has a constant, dim red flicker.

Back to VZW I guess.
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