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I thought that the unlock button is located in the right hand side of the phone.But herehttp://www.google.co.in/url?sa=t&rct=j&q=nokia%20c5-05%20user%20manual&source=web&cd=2&ved=0CDsQFjAB&url=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.knfbreader.com%2Fdoc%2FPhone_Manuals%2FNokia_C5-00_UG_en.pdf&ei=As9ET9C0NsP4rQfJ6-jCDw&usg=AFQjCNEJJJCKigBrdTa5i3clq7xj2n1HVQ&sig2=Onnht-mubxbVW0zWKis9KA. This link is given you to download users manual Follow this link this may help you to solve your problem.
On the right hand side of the phone, in just about the middle, is the button that's used to lock the phone.
When you make a call, once the ringing tone can be heard, press this button and hold it in until the screen changes.
One of the options on the new screen will be keypad (bottom left). Another option will be loudspeaker.
Hope this helps.
Turn on camera as if you were taking a photo. Whilst holding phone vertically, in bottom right of screen you have a box image with lines. Below this on the keypad you have a 'soft key' (right hand '-' key) Press this and it takes you into camera settings. Turn phone horizontal and there is a menu across the top of the screen. Move cursor to the right using directional keypad until the little man with a box around his head is highlighted. Now pressing up and down on directional keypad, you should be able to highlight on / off with a white band? With desired option highted press 'ok' in middle of directional pad. That should now work.
one rubber pad or studs is there under the navigation you r using keypad somany times no thats way that rubber pad loose that strenth, or that rubber pad move little bit side of the coorct position, so you remove your phone panel and re insert that pad.
You are right there are LED lights under the keypad and they aren't to hard to replace. If it was in my shop i would charge around 30.00 to fix them. In other parts of the country the may charge a little more or less though. If your phone is less than a year old it may still be under warranty i would check that first!