Question about Nokia N72 Cellular Phone
I was sending a picture message to my friend, but half way through the screen reboot itself flashing back and forth between the nokia start up screen. Then it went back to normal, but now the "sending message" notification in the corner won't go away. It still works properly but the thing is still there. How do I get it to go away?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i had the same problem. first try turning the phone off then back on and if it doesnt work after that then go into menu>optus>SIM Backup and turn it on
worked for me
Posted on Apr 28, 2008
SOURCE: Nokia 6120 question
could mean message bank.
or delete all your messges inbox, outbox, sent ,drafts then turn phone and on again ,if happenes still let me no ill find out more information
Posted on Jul 05, 2008
SOURCE: My Nokia E52 won't charge.
This problem can be traced to only a few causes. Listed below are the causes and possible solutions to this problem.
1. It is most likely that your battery may not be having proper contact with the terminal that does the main work for charging it. The three terminals that can be seen perform different tasks and as such, when that which is responsible for drawing power from the battery to operate the phone is in good contact, the phone might work normally but refuse to charge when that which is responsible for charging the battery is not properly in place. The easiest way to solve this problem is to turn off your phone and remove the battery. Try to clean the battery and all of the phone's terminals without using any liquid and then re-insert the battery.
2. Your phone may be having a faulty charging port and as a result cannot perform the complete task of charging the battery. In this case, the only thing that can be done is to try to dust the charging port and try to charge again. If this actually happens to be the exact problem, you might have to take the phone to a repairer so as to open up the phone and do a proper scan through on the phone.
3. lastly and most unlikely, the battery may have been damaged and needs replacement. This also depends on how long the battery has been in use. If it has been in use for more than 3 years, it is advised you replace the battery. Also, you can try connecting the phone to another power source to see if that helps too.
Hope this solution was helpful?
Posted on May 24, 2011
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