> I dropped my TE2 today :( and noticed the sound is gliched when using
> the TE2s own speakers I need to press the headphone jack down inorder
> for the sound to work ...
Same here with a Tungsten T. One side of the output will not work unless
pressure is applied to the headphones jack. This did not appear like a
direct result of a fall.
> ..., the fall was very short so I wonder if it even
> was from the fall, it even fell on my foot so it was kind of soft
Soft landing are very common and cannot be avoided no matter how hard I try.
It is possible that the component in question is very fragile or
vulnerable. Let us wait and see if somebody reports similar issues.
> I have only had it for 4 days now but still have gotten very addicted
> to my palm, so I wonder If anyone had a problem like this and if it can
> be fixed without sending it in?.
I think it would have to be sent for repair (replacement of that little
component). It was a shame having that damage incurred. I use my Palm as an
MP3 player all the time. Repair can be expensive though so I hope you have
warrantee and I encourage you to take advantage of it.
Roy S. Schestowitz