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if you have had your bluetooth on or have been listening to music for a long time that can drain the battery very quickly . the other problem could be if you are not lettting it die of totally then charging it the battery remembers so when you do charge it the battery dont last long . try turning your bluetooth off or just lettin your battery die off totally then charge it fully
Were you using Bluetooth at the time? I've had 2 Nokia 6288's. The first one died the day I got it. I'm pretty sure I was bluetoothing music from my Mac to my phone. The phone went blank, every time I turned it it would just flash, then turn off. So I returned it and got a new one. It was fine for ages, then it did the same thing when I was bluetoothing stuff to it. I got it fixed, and last week it died again-still flashing. I think it cost about $100 to have it fixed, but I'm not fixing it again. I got a new phone, the Nokia 6300-My dad has one and has never had any problems-and it's had stuff sent to it from my Mac.
If you encounter situation like below on your phone,
1. Blank screen phone unable to reboot.
2. Phone only able to boot-up to "Nokia" word screen.
3. Install some program but not able to uninstall it after that.
4. Error messages such as "Child Installer" keeps popping-up.
Do a Full phone formatting on your phone! as steps below,
1. Make sure you have at least 3/4 charge of battery power left.
2. Backup your contacts list and personal files to MMC memory card.
3. Switch-off your phone.
4. Press and hold 3 keys;
Green dial key, * (star key) & no. 3 key and then press the power on/off to swtich on the phone.
Remember, do not let go all of the keys and hold keys until you see a formatting word screen show!
This issue can also be resolved simply by removing the batteries first, then remove your SD memory card, clean the SD card up with an eraser on it's gold/copper contacts, clean it and replace battery on the phone and turn it on. It would turn on, and then you can put the memory card back in. It is a common 6288 bug.
Unless this suggestion works, then you can follow the reset codes given by gizmo above...