I've had my new HTC One V phone for about a week when all of a sudden it wouldn't turn on anymore. It had a full battery charge but wouldn't power on. I tried plugging it to the charger but the phone wouldn't light up. I also tried to do a reset by holding power and volume down buttons together but nothing. I talked to a Koodo rep and they said they would replace it because it's still under warranty.
I'm just wondering if any other Koodo users had this problem. It seems that there are quite a few defective HTC One V phones being made. It seems that there is an issue with a circuit board giving out.
Hoping that my replacement One V is not defective as well. And if my replacement One V phone doesn't work out, I will move to a different brand.
I didn't have issue with battery, but had screen re drawing problems. After unlocking, the ring would often be still visible. At times while entering text, the keyboard would not show even though it types on key press. Any who, I returned it for a sgs2x and have been happy ever since.
I have done that written twice on the face book HTC singapore customer care page but no response. I sent an email to HTC office in singapore no response. I have just pend a letter to post to their office tomorrow.....
I even sent email to the store where i purchased but no response
I am so frustrated and pissed of with this lemon of a phone and lack of service
Retired: Panasonic Allure TX310, Nokia 5100 Series PAYG
Originally Posted by xtachx
Some companies like ASUS issues a worldwide warranty.
Op CALL HTC !!!
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My bad, maybe Asus does, but I have not seen any of their cell phones at all, so I did not factor it in.
The cell phones I have dealt with that need to be in the country of purchase:
Also, as Asus has their main focus as tablets and computers, they are sold through many retailers. Cell phones on the other hand, are normally (though not always) sold through a carrier, making them your point of contact.