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Old 12-26-2007, 09:17 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hello everyone!

I've been having issues with my 8820. The first one I received, one day without prior event, I would press certain keys and other keys would be inserted. In fact, at some points it would press keys without me pressing anything.

I exchanged it as I only bought it two months ago and got a new one. It was working fine, until just the other day, it started behaving similarly. Now when I press the wheel it inserts a U, when I press back it inserts Hl, and when I press the 0 it inserts a Y. I was wondering if it was the battery, but I put another one from my girlfriend's 8820 (which is working fine) and it was still behaving this way. Could the battery have somehow screwed up the 8820's circuitry? could it be a problem with the SIM card?

Thanks for any help!
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two in a row acting the same? standard battery?
It doesnt have a wheel it has a trackball.

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Yes. Yes. And probably.
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