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Re: E displayed on desktp?
Is it a little E that wasn't there before? If so, it means your phone is receiving EDGE ( a certain kind of internet protocol (or service).
It's nothing to worry about, it just means that a faster than normal internet service is available.
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Hey this may not be the best solution ever but I'm gonna ask you to try this...first turn off your phone, remove the battery, sim card and memory card. Then switch on your phone without the simcard and memory card. Then put it off again and put back all the cards.
Sometimes this will solve the problem.
Also you may want to check the display settings :
Settings-> phone-> display-> light time out
Lemme know if this helped.
you may broken the turn on button so when u connect it you turn it on instantly. try connecting it and then when its turning on pulling the cord out fast and it may send u to the page were u enter ur pin code or if u dont have one then it will send u to the main screen. but then u wont be able to turn it off and you may have to try a few times
First, check that the something is actually displayed : Turn off the phone then put it on charge. Check to see if the NOKIA logo appears even if the display is unlit. (try angling the display towards a sunlit window).
Having charged it, try to turn it on.. Do you detect the vibration the phone makes when starting up?
If nothing is displayed but you get that vibration I suspect that the display is somehow damaged and you'll need to look at replacement.
You local nokia centre should be able to provide you with a quote for the repairwork otherwise if you're confident opening it you might be able to replace the screen with one obtained from here for example: http://www.accessorylink.co.uk/search.asp?Action=search&Keywords=N95
bring it to a technician, and let him know what the new battery and charger did to your normally fine phone. They should be responsible for repairing your phone. No easy fix as described above. Let me know how it works.
Ok..Now try this...Plug it in...switch on the power and see if you see the phone charging on the display...If it doesn't then its a charging port problem..and you can replace it for abt 5$ i guess.. Try it and let me know.. Good luck!
I have seen that problem before, and it is a terminal one, sorry. You can put the batteries in backwards, and it will be okay. However, once it is set in the charger and the phone turns on, thats when the damaged occured. There is a power protection circuit (for surges), but I rarely see them open for this reverse polarity instance. The polarity reversal of the batteries does not kill the display itself (I know I have replaced them to no avail), it kills a circuit driving the display and I see the bad signals coming from the CPU which is a 80 zillion leg micro surface mount which is not cost effective to replace. Needless to say, I have about a dozen or so of them in that condition. You can google Siemens Cordless Telephone repair for repair or replacement solutions.