Cell Phone Keyboard Replacement & Repair

Cell Phone Keyboard Problems

If your cell phone keyboard buttons are not working properly, or if you have to press and hold the buttons to make them work, it could be a sign of damage from liquid. We can usually fix this problem with a professional keyboard cleaning. However, there are some things you can try to troubleshoot your keyboard issues and make sure you are addressing the right problem.

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Sometimes your keyboard problem can be caused by a software issue, and you can resolve it by turning off the phone and then turning the power back on. A factory reset may also fix the problem; however, this will erase all of your saved data.

You should also check the keys closely to see if there is dirt or debris lodged in the cracks that can be removed with a thin instrument like a needle. This surface cleaning might be all that you need to get your cell phone keyboard working properly again.

Repairing Your Cell Phone Keyboard

If you have tried cleaning and re-powering your device and still have problems, you might need professional cell phone keyboard repair. At Cell Phone Repair, our technicians are experienced and well-trained in fixing phones and other electronic devices. We can usually diagnose the problem quickly and fix the keyboard on-site while you wait. If walk-in repairs are not convenient for you, our mail-in repair service might be for you. We offer and easy process to mail in your phone and get it repaired in a timely manner.


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