Ok here it goes, my cellphone's unit is panasonic x300. Someone borrowed it from me and then he took a lot of pictures and after that he changed the wallpaper, then the system hanged. I took out the battery and then put it back, i turned it on and then the welcome note would appear, "Panasonic" but it would'nt continue to the main menu. but if I take the simcard out, and turn it on. It would function, the "Panasonic" welcome note would appear, and then the note that no simcard inserted and you could make an emergency call if you want to. But if I inserted the simcard back. It seems like the welcome note would be there forever.. How do I fix it?? anyone knows?
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your cellphone is fine. Its the strip which needs to be replaced. actually the strip connects the LCD and the navigation keys. U might have noticed sometimes your navigation keys also don't work. get your strip replaced n your cellphone will be fine again. slide up the phone and you will see 2 screws at the top. get these screws removed and replace the strip and also do change these screws after the repairing.
Hey, Thanks for nothing people. I figured it out myself. It turns out I had a miniSD card I had been using with my laptop in the phone and it was formatted in a different format that the phone didn't recognize (I use Linux on my laptop, and Linux uses different file formats then Windows). The different format must have caused the phone to freeze, because after I took the miniSD card out, the phone went back to working properly (unless smacking it on the table whenever it would freeze helped. lol jk jk). I hope this helps someone else who has trouble with a freezing eNV. Adios Beeches, -OP13
borrowsimilar if not identical phone unit, then comparably follow the steps on transferring your phone contacts to SIM.. or the best solution is
bring your phone to a qualified cellphone technician and ask him to change your LCD.. changing your LCD i think will not erase your phone contacts and/or saved messages..just be cautious to avoid him from formatting your phone...
My daughter is now going through two replacements for the screen going blank on this model. I'm still having to pay a deductible for a phone that was replaced the first time for the same problem this time. Evidently this is a common problem with this phone.