Question about Cell Phones
This problem may be caused by moister getting into the phone. REMEMBER that moister in the phone is different than water damage. This problem may have been caused if the phone was left in a bathroom or anywhere that is humid. the actual problem is in the phone not the battery. in some cases the phone will go on after a certain amount of time once the wires have been dried. TIP leave the back of your phone open with the battery out (if your phone uses a sim card remove the sim card as well) for 15 to 30 minutes. be sure to do this in a dry cool area. if that still didn't work than i recommend you contact nokia or your cell phone service provider.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2009
After transferring data from my PC to my phone, it just froze. I tried several times removing and putting back the battery but it just wouldn't turn on.
It was only when I removed the memory card that my phone went back to normal. I think that the bug was caused by the fact that my phone was not properly disconnected from my computer(though I think that I followed properly the instructions).
This worked for me, hope it works for you. It's the last time I'm buying a Sony Ericsson.
Posted on May 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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