It happened to me too. It seems you have have it set on repeat song. Swipe left (to the right) to go to the "Now Playing" screen and tap the racetrack icon until it is white for no repeat. You want to make sure this icon is white (meaning it is set to Off).
Hi Scooby, Here are some suggestions to get you started: 1. Is the flight mode turned on? 2. Does the phone work with earphones/headphones? However, since your phone experienced a liquid damage, there could still be water on the motherboard that causes this issue. Open your device and tear it down (using this'''iFixit guide''') completely and clean with alcohol and soft toothbrush. Let phone dry out naturally for a couple of days. Don't use any heat to dry the phone. Put everything together again and then test it again.
Hi Neal, First, restart your phone by holding the power button for 10 seconds. Make sure free calling apps like Viber, Tango or Skype isn't your default calling app or simply uninstall these free calling apps. You should also check your call settings. Open the phone app -> tap on Menu -> tap on Call settings - > then scroll to the bottom and choose "Use Internet Calling" under Internet Call Settings. Make sure that "Only Internet Calls" is selected. I hope this will help you.
Here is the video guide to repair damaged screen of Asus Eee Pad Transformer Prime TF201: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0mXNYMDa4... This discussion might also interest you: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1837997
Hello! I also switched from an iPhone 4S to Galaxy SIII Android, so here is my two cents: Getting photos and videos from your iPhone to your Android is pretty easy. Connect your iPhone to your PC/Mac, choose Import pictures and videos option to import them on your PC or Mac. Once you have them on your computer, you can easily transfer them your Android phone. With a Google account you can manually backup your iPhone contacts to your computer using iTunes. For this you need to open iTunes and plug in your iPhone to your computer and then select your iPhone in iTunes. Under the ‘Info’ tab, choose to Sync Contacts with Google Contacts. Done! I guess there is no direct way to transfer text messages from iPhone to android. . You can also try some third-party programs like mobiletrans to transfer all your data (music, photos, videos) including contacts and text messages from your iPhone to your Android phone. You may find this guide useful:...