1. Manningham82's Avatar
    I had a cellphone repair place replace my screen since it had been shattered for about a month.. the phone worked perfectly though.

    Now, though it opens aps and runs programs just as quickly, it has trouble using the internet through lte (wireless appears to be fine) and i am having issues with phone calls.. the phone wont send calls when i tell it to (it goes to the calling screen but no ringing.. so i have to hang up and no call is received by the other person) and during calls it appears that the other person cant hear me when i speak to them quite often.

    Tampering?? The phone had none of these issues before the repair.. so what's up?

    I also noticed that, along with the screen, the front part of the body of my phone had been replaced since there was still protective plastic wrap along the sides by the speakers, volume buttons and on/off button.

    Thanks for any thoughts you can share!
    07-26-2014 12:29 AM
  2. Golfdriver97's Avatar
    Often, when replacing things like the screen, other components get damaged (ex. connectors, ribbons, etc.). This might be the case here.
    07-26-2014 12:34 AM
  3. Manningham82's Avatar
    Aw man.. well i guess ill have to see about getting another repair? ..or a new nexus5 :/
    07-26-2014 10:40 AM

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