I am trying to ascertain the possibility of using this phone in a "Powered" environment, and would like to be able to use it without the battery being installed.
The phone will not boot past an "Invalid Battery" screen when the battery is removed.
I have the ability to modify the phone circuitry. I just need to know what and how. Can't find a schematic.
Can anyone advise a work-around for this?
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Try to confirm if the problem is from the phone or the battery. Get a similar phone to yours and try powering it with yuor battery. If it comes on, the your battery is ok. If it doesnot, then the battery is faulty. Before replacing the battery, you have to ascertain that the phone is in good condition. Do this by powering it on with a good and working battery. If it comes on, then like I said earlier, you would have to change the battery. If it doesent, then both battery and phone is faulty. Problem might be from the phones board.
Device motion picture been made available from manufacturer. Navigat through the device to ascertain the multimedia compartibilities. For example, the phone device already has network feature allowing picture or videography. In a situation that the user needs enhanced applications visits the devices manufacturers website to attain modification features. For example, screen savers, backgrounds, tunes, text modifications.
Check the water damage indicators on the phone and battery. They are white stickers, and they will turn red if they have gotten damp or wet. Be aware that some phones can get water damaged from condensation, or being in a moist environment like a bathroom.
If the damage indicators are clear, they cannot prove that it has damage and you should take it back and talk to someone else.
Mobile telephones derive connectivity feature from an alternate location that requires contact to attain reconfigurations. Phones that have subscription plan establishments since malfunctions would have undergone modifications from service provider. Refer to the support experts of the phone provider to ascertain that new features either as programs or hardware would require updates to take effectiveness. For example, ascertain the telephones brands to contact supports experts. Alternately contacting a network provides provides the request possible means to resolving conditions of malfunctions.
Charge battery. If it won't charge check batttery contacts in phone are tensioned enough to make good contact with battery terminals, (which should be clean). If they are not contacting properly bend them VERY CAREFULLY. If all that fails try to borrow a known working battery to ascertain if it is a phone or battery problem
Sounds like the connection between the phone and the battery may have gotten corroded or dirty. Another possibility: Something is the matter with your charger. Go to a Nokia outlet and see if they can charge your battery. If they cant, they need to fix your phone.
Plug it in and charge the battery. You should be able to turn it on while it is charging by pressing the power button. If it doesn't respond right away try holding down the power button until it turns on (well, at least 10 seconds or so). It is possible that the battery lost it's charge completely, but that's unlikely unless you have run it dry multiple times.