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The Sony Xperia M2 is mid-range 4G Android smartphone produced by Sony Mobile. Available - May, 2014.

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After a shock , loud speaker and viberation motors are half working

After a shock , loud speaker and viberation motors are half working

After a sock the the vibration motor stopped, and it works for a small time after clicking with my fingers on the mobile and then it stops until i click again.

and the loud speaker is working but it's volume is too much low, i think one of the channels ( right or left) have just stopped working.

can it be repaired without replacing the motor/speaker ? (for example , the sock made the connectors of the motor disconnect , so reconnect them again... )

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If it is the two pieces, loud speaker and the vibration motor that are broken then those can be replaced.

For the loudspeaker look at this guide.

Sony Xperia M2 Loudspeaker Replacement

In the same guide at the end it is also shown in green where the vibromotor is.

I have bought spare parts for Sony smartphones over ebay, but also locally where I live in Stockholm, Sweden.


It could be that the cable have come out of the connector. You would still have to open the phone which is the most difficult part since it is glued and you will have to use some heat to make it easier.

I would open the phone, disconnect the cables, reconnect them and then start the phone to see if it is working. If it is working you will need the a cover adhesive like this one to glue the phone together again.

If it is not working you would have to get the spare parts before gluing the phone together again.

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I may not have a spare part in handy where i live , may it be just the connectors of them so i can reconnect what got disconnected ?

the replacement of them is the only way ?


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