When i turn my phone on all it will do is show the model #
When i turn my phone on all it will do is show model#, then it showes cingular/att&t bars with an orange bar going across bottom of the screen. phone responds to absolutely nothing . it acts like its going to turn on and then back to the model #
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Sir!your phone's software's is probably bugged...........reinstall the software.........just search Google for SAMSUNG Sync SGH-A707 software............u'll get it........all you need is a data cable..........PC suite is easily available on Google.
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Under an ATT/Cingular phone you can simply go to Settings>Phone Status>Other Information, where it should show two items: Flex Version & S/W Version. Two items that will let you know what firmware your phone is using to operate its components as well as the software side. Should be easy to find on most branded or global firmwared phones. Hope this helps.
I was trying to change security code and did not have a pin # and I changed my setting so no one could use my phone with code and it locked up and is asking for a puk code which I have no ideal what that is. I have no land line phone anymore,only my cell phone and I can't use my cell until it is unlocked. Please help
Call ATT and tell them you need your device unlocked..if it's not reading other sim cards...it's either one of two things...the phone isn't really unlocked or the sim card reader on the phone isn't working (ie: you have a useless phone!) Sorry to be so blunt. :-)
I assume you mean the phone is asking for a network code or password before the Start Menu is available, ie, phone can be used.
If this is so and it is asking for a network code, then you need a SIM card that matches the carrier the phone was designed for. If it is ATT/Cingular, you can buy a SIM card from the new ATT/Cingular network for $6. It is a pay-as-you-GO phone SIM, but once you have it, you can call ATT to as for a number xfer as well as a standard monthly contract using this SIM.
If it is from the old Blue ATT network, then it cannot be used on ANY carrier unless it is unlocked for use on ALL carriers. This would be noted witht the docs that came with the camera. If nothing says ATT/Cingular, and especially if someithing says ATT without Cingular, then it is probably an old Blue ATT phone. You can buy a BLUE SIM off ebay which will get you to the point of being able to use the phones functions, but it will not work to make calls until you unlock it and replace the BLUE SIM with another current carriers SIM. Sprint will not work either because it is not a GSM ATT type network. Cingular and T-Mobile yes.
Google phones model number and UNLOCK and you will find a way to do it yourself at no charge if you have an XP or earlier PC with a USB port. Vista OS cannot be used to do it with the downloaded unlock software. It is also very hard to find anyone that can do it selling Unlock Codes based on phones IEMI code.
If it is not a network lock message, then it may be the last users personal lock password. In this case, you can hard reset the phone by holding down both right and left softkeys while powering on the phone.
I had the same problem on my K1, and I fix it like this: - Insert a new SIM card into your phone (borrow it from someone you know) - Start the phone. - Type in some number then ring it (press on green button) - Now when you press green button the phone should show recent calls - Switch off phone, insert your sim card, switch on, press green call button - The recent calls will be empty but there