I have an 8125 Cingular phone. I've never had any problems with it until last night: somehow in fiddling with it, the white light above the camera lense came on and it won't go off. It's like a search light! I use this thing as an alarm but now its like a torture instrument keeping me awake at night. Any ideas on how to change that?
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If you have an extra charger for the phone remove the end take the exposed copper wires hold them to the positive and negative post's on the battery for about 3 minutes and then plug into the normal charger. I know this works I did it to my phone last night.
If the charging light comes on with the charger plugged in you probably have a broken power button. if the charging light does not come on while plugged in, your charging port most likely is damaged. take it to your local cell phone technician. if you havent any nearby you can contact www.fixphonenow.com ,they should be able to repair it.
you have to contact T-mobile technical support and have them guide you through programming their internet settings on the phone. although the phone is unlocked the internet settings currently on the phone is for cingular. have them program the same settings as the t-mobile MDA phone (same phone as 8125, shipped for t-mobile)
Your screen may have burned out, or the wires connecting the screen to the phone may be damaged.
Does the phone display regular pictures during bootup? If so you might be able to reflash the phone and write over whatever problem is causing it. If the phone goes white even when you first turn it on then I'd say it's very likely the actual hardware is damaged.