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It should be running across your screen when you turn your phone on. If not, you can go to 'menu', then to 'prepaid'. then to 'phone info'. It should tell you how many minutes & how much time you have left.
Look on the back of the clock.There should be a gear looking thing.Put your hand on that and keep it on as you turn the clock facing you.Turn the gear untill the hour you lost is accounted for.If it is electronic usually the manual will be able to tell you what buttons to push in corispondense to make it go backwards.Hope it helped you
You might try turning the power off for a few minutes, and then turning it back on. This worked for my sons LG 600G from Tracfone. It didn't have a place to set the date and time in the menu area that the manual said it would. Of course tracfone is a little different with their phones, but when you turn it off, the correct time and date is automatically downloaded from their satellite.
I believe your phone is fine and all others experiancing this type of problem. This will typically occur after you have enter wrong codes. Even perhaps if you have taken the SIM chip out and attempted to try it in another phone, then put it back into your 1100. If you call Tracfone they will tell you that you need a new device as they told me. I refused that notion and simply tripped the device as I have done simularly with other devices for a long time. Dont take it to the shop first or reset to factory settings or get a new phone just yet.
When the phone resets and turns on immediatly preform a manually shut-down of the phone. This should discontinue the phones cycle of turning on and off. Take the batt out and put it back in if you need to.
Manually turn the phone back on and immediatlly toggle between pressing the volume keys the enter button and the clear button in sequence untill you can get to the menu, or just press the clear button. "Long end short" get to the main menu as quickly as allowed.
This must all be done in a quickly performed sequence before the phone decides to reset again.
Get into your menu, go to your prepaid option, go into code entry mode. Your safe!!! You should notice that when you make it into code entry mode the phone stops resetting. I attribute it to the idea that tracfone network aka (telecom) thinks that you have spent some more $$$ on their pre-paid mins.
So the phone has stopped resetting once in the code entry mode. Wait a few minutes. Then exit out of code entry mode, and resume normal function. Your phone will have stopped random reset and work normal again as you successfully tripped the system!!! This is a system problem or some standard protocal the system runs!!!
If a couple minutes in the code entry mode does not work. Try again just give it a little more time.
Not sure for same on all phones in all areas-
Hun, the exact same problem happened to me, except i was accepting a text message. You need a new phone, there is no saving it, sorry. I had my phone looked at by an expert, she said that there was sand (particles) in it. I kewp wondering how they got there, then she told me it was because a circuit BLEW. So... besides your phone just not working, your battery is now Dead. You could transfer your sim-card into your new phone, but you would need the number and that has many problems of it's own.
Same problem. Working off of Reijose's suggestion (thanks) I had the charging plug in the wall and the phone. That at least stopped the buzzing. Then I started working combos of buttons, turning the phone off and on etc and finally it came back to life. Can't say it was any one combo, but I did press 666 and clear or stop enough times that I might have finally exorcised the demons of of this thing.
Serriously that was the combo of buttons I used, through just by chance more than anything, ha.