Volume button issues

Discussion in 'Moto X (2nd Gen) 2014 Edition' started by StephenC, Nov 6, 2014.

  1. StephenC

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    I've had my 2nd gen Moto X for almost two weeks now, and already the volume up button feels like there's something stuck inside it. It still works, but doesn't "click" like it should. I'm wondering if I should take the phone back to Verizon or maybe fix it myself (I have a background in phone repair so I know what I'm doing). The only thing is I don't want to void my factory warranty by breaking seals or whatnot. What would you guys do?
     
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    If you've had it 14 days.. You'll get a clnr.. But at this point, a clnr would be a device a person had for a few days and returned.. Or a new one, out of retail packaging...

    Are the volume rockers also the sim tray on the x?
     
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    I'll go in tomorrow and find out. I just don't want to go through the trouble of reinstalling everything and getting my settings the way I want them again.

    The sim tray and volume rocker are separate.
     
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    Try Motorola migrate... I just used it for the first time going from my Maxx to my turbo.. Easy to do.. Even with 500+ songs on my phone.. It took less than 10 mins
     
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    I used Motorola Migrate but it doesn't transfer apps and settings. If it did, that would be awesome.
     
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    Took the phone in today and got a brand new replacement. Really unfortunate to have to go through all that trouble for such a small issue, but I'm not going two years with that.
     
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