Can somebody help? My phone (actually a Nokia 6500s-1) plugged in to
charge, just flashes on and off with a white screen. When I try to
start it up, the Nokia screen comes on for a second, then reverts back
to flashing on and off again. I'm in the U.S.A with an Australian
phone, and desperately need it to work.
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How did you know that, Can you describe the problem actually what happens with your Bluetooth and memory card. If the problem is related to some corrupt files in your phone you need to flash/reprogram your phone (Note:Flashing will wipe all data on your phone so pls back up before doing so). To Flash your phone you can take it to either Nokia Care or a Good Mobile Servicing Place. If your phone is on warranty then just take it to Nokia Care.
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<span><b>DEAD PHONE FLASHING -- REVIVE YOUR PHONE! (Tutorial)</b></span>
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<li>100% Working on WIN XP.<img src="thumbsup.gif" /></li>
<li>Tried it on WIN7, ONLY 2 out of 5 success rate. <img src="dontknow.gif" /></li>
<li>You will ONLY need internet for downloading the files. After installing all files, NO NEED FOR ACTIVE INTERNET CONNECTION while doing the flashing.</li></ul><u><b><br />YOU'LL NEED:</b></u> <b><br /><br />1. Compatibe Nokia USB cable.<br /><br />2. Phoenix Software</b><b><br /><br /></b><b>3. LATEST Firmware from Blue Nokia.<br /><br /></b><b>4. Your DEAD NOKIA CELLPHONE.</b><br /><br /><b><u>DEAD PHONE MEANS</u></b><br />
<li><b>When you turn on your cellphone you only have <u>White Screen</u> but it WILL NOT CONTINUE TO TURN ON. <br /></b></li>
<li><b>VIBRATE ONLY but no WHITE SCREEN - this is a different case. You may have hardware problem. You can still try this tutorial since you have nothing to lose. <br /></b></li></ul><br /><u><b>INSTRUCTIONS:<br /><br /></b></u><b>1.</b> Turn off cp -> remove battery -> look where your cp was manufactured -> note the RM version & the 7 digit product code <br /><i>(Ex. Made in China, RM-346, Product code - 0576672)</i></span>
<span><b>2.</b><b> <u>D</u></b><b><u>ownload & Install</u> the compatible firmware</b> version for your cp. --> go here </span><a href="http://www.blue-nokia.com/">http://www.blue-nokia.com/</a> <span>-> On Blue Nokia website (upper right screen) <b>choose phonetype</b></span><i>(Ex. select <b>E52</b>)</i>
<li><b>Choose APAC</b> for cellphones made in Asia. <b>If APAC is not available, you can use SEAP/EMEA.</b></li></ul>
<li><b>Choose EMEA/MEA</b> if it was made in Europe, the Middle East and Africa<b>.</b></li></ul><br /><b>3. Download and Install PHOENIX.</b>
<b>--> </b><a href="http://www.mediafire.com/?yi3wo0ymx0m#1">http://www.mediafire.com/?yi3wo0ymx0m#1</a>
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<span><b><u>NOTE:</u></b> <i>If any ERROR APPEARS ON INSTALLATION -> JUST CLICK <u><b>CONTINUE ANYWAY.</b></u></i></span>
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<span><i><u><b>Read and follow my instruction step for flashing dead phones </b></u></i></span>
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<span><b>AFTER STEP 12. YOUR PHONE WILL START TO UNDERGO FLASHING. <br /><br /></b>AFTER SUCCESSFULLY FLASHING.<b> <u>IT WILL RESTART ON ITS OWN. </u><br /><br />if not... JUST RESTART IT MANUALLY ---> THAT'S IT!!</b></span>
1 .first download phoneix service 2 .open it 3. In Phoenix, click File>Manage Connections. 4. Now click New. 5. Now select the type of cable you are using. If you are using DKE- 2, CA-53 [N-Series] cable, select USB. 6. Click Next. It will find your product and say FOUND. If it doesn't
find any, you can try changing your cable type by clicking Back. 7. Click Next and then Finish. 8. Now your cable type [USB] appears in the connection list. Select
it. Click APPLY and then CLOSE. 9. Now select File>Open Product. 10. A list of RM code will open. Select your phone's RM code. Like
RM-133 for Nokia N73. Click OK 11. Now select File>Scan Product. 12. Your phone's firmware info will appear at the extreme bottom of
the Phoenix window. 13. Now go to Flashing>Firmware Update. 14. A window will open. 15. On that window click Browse button [the one with three dots]. 16. A window will open with various products and various regions. Choose the region or country of your choice according to the language pack you want to install. 17. Click Ok. 18. Click Refurbish.
19. Now your actual flashing has started. Don't touch your phone or press any button until the flashing has finished. Also don't touch your data cable and your computer system. 20. At the end Phoenix will tell you to remove your phone as the
flashing has finished. 21. Now wait for your phone to reboot into latest firmware. 22. The flashing procedure takes 8-9 minutes, a lot faster than Nokia Software Updater. Flashing dead phones [Which show only white screen on startup] Note: You can install any firmware in dead phones whether it is latest and or the old one. 1. The procedure is the same for flashing Dead phones. 2. Start Phoenix. Connect your phone with USB Cable [phone is off at this time]. 3. Click File>Open Product. Select your RM code from the window that appears. Click OK. 4. Click File> Manage Connections. Select No Connection. Then
APPLY and CLOSE. 5. Now straight away click Flashing>Firmware Update. 6. A window will open. Click on Browse button [the one with 3 dots]. 7. A window will open with various products and various regions. Choose the region or country of your choice according to the language pack you want to install. 8. Check the option "Dead Phone USB Flashing". 9. Click Refurbish. 10. Flashing has started. 11. After some seconds flashing will pause asking you to turn your
phone ON. 12. Press POWER button of your phone until backlight comes up. 13. Flashing will proceed. 14. Your phone will automatically start when the flashing finishes. After finish you can safely remove your data cable from h
flashing for the first time would be a big problem, try to contact nokia care if it is under warranty or try this link in which you will have to enter your mobile code which will be under the battery somewhere around the IMEI code in the format of 05******, you can do flashing here.
for the radio and bluetooth,you will need to flash the phone and for the white blank screen,you will need to change the cord or flex which connet the main board to the sub board.problem solved.But are you a technician?
Dear Sir / Madam, My hand set is NOKIA 6500s-1 , not NOKIA 3200 can you please help me as i have a NOKIA 6500s-1 handset of UK
and I want to insert another network SIM . and when I insert other SIM
it asks for Restriction code. Please help me . this is the detail of
mobile NOKIA 6500s-1 V04.81 RM-240 (c) Nokia Varant:01.06 IMEI: 353076027844417 Language: V 04.81 Service by United Kingdom-3
Contact me at: email@example.com
Does the flashing screen is it works or not? If it works its the LCD thats making the flashing if it dosent its the software problem. If check that... try charging it.. if its charged its not the software problem..The LCD can be changed from a phone shop or tecnical shop and if you have some skills you can change it yourself but its best to bring it to the shop.