Question about HTC S710 Smartphone
You will likely have to reset your phone to factory firmware
to do this:
1 hold down both soft keys (the 2 buttons under the screen that have no specific symbol, on either side of the launch pad)
2 while holding these, press the power button once
3 when phone turns on, release the soft keys
4 follow the on-screen prompts to reset phone to factory
5 (optional) try firmware upgrade again and WAIT FOR THE COMPUTER TO SAY ITS OK TO DISCONNECT BEFORE DISCONNECTING
hope this helps
Posted on Sep 13, 2009
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