Phone appears to be dead in spite of being fully charged
I have a Nokia 6030 phone. It's about 3 years old, and has been well cared for. Yesterday it "beeped" a couple times indicating the battery was low. then it beeped 3 times and was quiet. I charged it fully, but the phone will not turn on. It appears to be dead. what should I do? Can you help me bring it back to life? thanks for your help, Sue
Re: Phone appears to be dead in spite of being fully...
Just bring it to a certified service personnel, dont try to open it by yourself. maybe you can do something on the battery, try cleaning its battery terminal, not with liquid...just scratch it with something sharp or pointed, just be carefull ok?....then place the batt again on its place.
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How old is the phone? You might be falling into a case of a dead battery.
Usually the life span of a good battery can last up to 2 years with good
charging care. However, without proper care, chargeable batteries can die
within a year. Try taking the battery out and plugging the phone in and seeing
if that works. If it does. you may just have to buy a new battery.
go to nearest nokia care center in your area they will fix its free if your cellphone is under warranty,next time be care while updating your phone firmware make sure battery of your cellphone is fully charge before updating dont touch your phone during update
Your phone is not dead yet. So nothing to
worry. Try the below combination ,please follow this sequence:
PRESS the buttons green,*,3, power combination (until you get it to work).
- Turn off PIN code requests.
- Charge the phone fully.
- Turn off the phone.
- Remove the memory card (not really needed, but I usually do it to be
on the safe side).
- Put the phone on a table (easier to press the keys then, in my
- Press the three keys and keep them securely down and do not release.
- While the keys are still down, turn the power on.
- Do not release the three keys .