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the 880 is known for display issues like yours and inverted screens. there is nothing to fix it as it's a software issue. you will have to take it back to sprint/nextel and have it replaced. if you have had it less than a year its covered by warranty or if you have tep insurance there will be no charge to replace it. if all else fails and you have had your phone for at least 22months than you can extend your contract and get a discount on a new phone. I suggest the I9.
Here’s how to hard reset or format your Nokia N70 mobile phone:
1) Switch off your phone 2) Press and hold these 3 keys together: -green dial key -the star key(*) -the number 3 key (Ugh, I wish I had three hands…!!) 3) Power on the phone Warning: Do not release the keys until you see a formatting screen and even after the phone has started. Wait until the initial sound starts to play and the hand animation is displayed.
Before formating make sure that your battery is fully charged. Copy all your important contacts, messages, calender, etc in your memory card and your phone should be fully charged
The flex cable is damaged, it needs to be replaced. It is what connects the motherboard to the lcd screen in your phone. I had to replace one not to long ago and it had the same problem and now it works. Hope this helps. Good Luck!!!!!