I bought a new chinese cell phone from ebayand now I want to know the brand,the manufacturer.behind the battery I found some "normal" letters that say "jin peng 007". Does anyone know the official name for this product? thx
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remove Cell Phone from Water: Time is of the essence when it comes to
saving a fixing a submerged cell phone, as soon as you see your phone in
water, remove it quickly! Every second matters do this step quick.
the Battery: In order to save the battery on your cell phone
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First: you need to simply remove the back; then after you remove the back the battery will be there. If it wasnt removed simply remove the battery from the back of the phone without it getting wet. There might be some slight difculty doing this. What you have to do is ; slam the back of you're phone; on you're thigh if you have anyproblems. also place the sim card in behind the battery u will find the sim card slot; . Then place it in the slot facing up wards.
This has happened to my Blackjack II and I've found if I plug it into the charger then plug the charger into the wall, the phone comes right on. It's a pain, however, if I'm not at home when it decides to do this since no amount of button pushing will turn it back on, it acts like the battery is dead (when I know it isn't!)
BTW, I've have to have my SIM card switched out twice and the battery replaced 4 times since I bought this phone brand new in February......
Go back to AT&T, or find somebody else who has a Blackjack II and put thier battery in the phone to see if this 'jump starts' it. I have had the same problem now 3 times. There seems to be a consistent issue with Blackjacks just not charging after a while, then the battery runs down and you can't turn the phone on again. 1st time AT&T put a new battery in mine and it turned straight on! 3 weeks later it happend again and they gave me a new phone AND another new battery. 3 weeks later the same thing has happened again with thenew phone. Never seen this happen with any other phone model.