I recently purchased a Voda-Phone V2 2.8" touch screen mobile phone less than a month ago. The touchscreen has stopped recognizing touch. Is this common? Is this something I can fix without shipping it back to China at my expense for warranty repair?
I have just purchased v2 voda phone (China brand), I would like to know the compatability phone in australia. Yes its fake!!! lol. but I am having trouble. I have no idea internet connection is all china and want to change to australia. I am optus.
Try to put only one SIM card in slot #2.
Now maybe the touch screen is working-
If not, try to put only one SIM card in slot #1.
The problem could be the 2 SIM card at the same time (also if it should be recognize 2 in the same time).
I have seen a V2 with this problem.
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If you're over 18 years old, it just need your credit card details or name and address to verify your age (it won't cost you anything according to T-mobile).
confirm your age by: 1. Trying to access a blocked site and entering your details when asked. 2. Dialling 1818 from your T-Mobile phone and following the prompts.
If you're a pay monthly customer, you can remove Content Lock online in My T-Mobile in 3 easy steps: 1. Sign up or log in to My T-Mobile (it's free and only takes a few minutes) 2. Select 'Phone' 3. Select 'Removed' under 'Content Lock' and click 'Set'
Wow.... HAD THE VERY SAME PROBLEM .... a few hours ago here..... I believe the 306 has a touch screen ????? If so, using the screen, go to "Network", touch that, and then choose "WI-FI Protected setup"...... follow the prompts and you should have your printer back.... at least that's the road I followed when I found my HP-B209 gave it up after installing the WNDR3400 N600..... Also, do ya have a cordless phone in the immediate vicinity, like 'tween your PC and the printer ??? If so, move the phone.... could be hosin' up all those 1's and 0's........
yes of course you can use that , you just have to remove the voda fone card and insert o2 card in the system ,
for removing instructions , you can check out the system manuals,
from the website www.support.dell.com
enter your system service tag and select manuals .
This seems to be a normal issue with this Acer product. I had the same thing happen after only using mine approximately 25 times. While if you touch the switch it does say enabled on the monitor, it doesn't actually stay engaged. I have now done everything for 3 days as per Acer customer support online and I am awaiting them to offer that I ship the thing back to them so they can fix it or better yet replace it.
did you setup a wireless network ? if you didnt go to control panal and then wireless network setup icon and follow instructions (select automatically provide network key option) then follow instructions and finish. once you did that, search through wifi on youf phone it should find your WNetwork and then connect and enjoy. if you want to use internet and have an ADSL modem, make sure that the modem is connected to the internet RJ45 plug on your router. and from router to PC.
do you have your phone in 'find me' mode and then search again for devices
If you have SP2 then you may not need bluesoleil software and it will just be a case of right clicking on file you want, then click send to to allow the dongle to search for devices.