Hi, i have to connect the charger to the phone when i want to turn it on ,if i disconnect charger from phone it will turn off right away,so i can not use it anymore,please give me an advice.thank so much.(my batterry and charger were the same type with the phone)
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Re: my nokia n80 can not turn on without charger
Remove the battery and clean the contact coper by clean clothe and put it again or Change the battery! Still if this dont work it does mean the DC transistor gone bad and you need to take to repairing shop
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Take of the battery and let the phone stand for about 20 min without the charger or battery connected. Afterwards connect the charger only without the battery and see if the phone comes on. If nothing happens, attach the battery and disconnect the power cord to see if it powers up. If that does not work, keep the battery attached, then connect the power cord and see if it powers up. If none of these work, you will have to contact your manufacturer or wireless provider.
To format/hard reset your Nokia N80, try the following method:
2) Turn off the mobile device. Then press and hold “3′, the “Green
button” and “*” - Turn on and keep holding until the phone fully
restarts. If successfully, you’ll be asked to reenter the date, time,
city, etc. When resetting the phone it will ask for the phone lock code. The
standard Nokia lock code for the N80(and possibly the other phones) is
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.