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i need help to debrand korean samsung adb modle (Glaxy Gio) Shw M290K.
i am facing msg send problem in this phone. when i send msg its appear (your msg has invalid sender) even msg Center is correct.
unit firmware is 2.3.4.
now please guide me how to fix this problem.
Replay me urgent.
I am not familiar with the TracFone V170 but most phones now communicate with the battery. They do this because the battery contains a small computer chip which monitors the charge state, temperature etc.. If this chip is faulty or missing because it is a cheap copy battery, some phones will not work properly. They usually power up okay but will not charge or will charge really slowly. There are various messages they may give including "alien battery", "Invalid Battery" to name a few. If it is unable to communicate with the battery, it will not usually charge as fast as it could because it cannot tell if the battery is overheating so it will always trickle charge an unknown battery.
You will notice a battery like this because it has at least three battery connections. Older ones only had two.
Even though the batteries look the same and will fit does not mean they are compatible. I just saw this again at my cell shop today. My razor uses a BR 50. This guys razor needed a BK-70. A BR-50 my partner put in fit, but gave the same message. Your eyes do not deceive you. Make sure the battery model is the same and you are in business. Motorolla batteries have nice big model numbers. I don't have to put my specs on to read it! Happy charging :)
Well, I've asked Samsung for the generic firmware and am in the process of escalating this up the chain with O2. My guess is that the O2 firmware was customised by Samsung to O2's spec, so they've possibly just inadvertently left out a way to alter the function of the soft-buttons. I hope it's inadvertent as I suspect it's illegal under EU antitrust law to hard-code the button in this way. Of course if anyone reading this has access to a document from O2 specifying the button should be permanently set to O2 Active, that would be very interesting indeed.
In the meantime, if anyone is charged for accidentally accessing O2 Active, they should simply get a refund from O2 customer services and register a complaint each time. Any problems with this, please post a message here.
BTW I wouldn't recommend flashing the phone with anything other than O2's official firmware as it'll invalidate the warranty and there could be problems using it on O2's network. I don't know if this is the case though. I have seen various firmware versions on the Net (eg G600XEGL1), so if anyone's tried reflashing their O2 G600, perhaps they would post a message here as to how successful it was.
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this is happening because there is some problem in the firmware so ... this firmware problem might have occured due to some virus attack or due to the sudden removal of the battery when the phone is in switched on condition or due to the sudden switch off of the phone when the battery charge was low ....
give restore factory settings once ... this will solves all your firmware problems ...
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