My mother is disabled and cannot see that well and her phone is her life line right now. She called and told me her phone screen has turned blue. She can dial a number, (mine) and can answer her phone if it rings. This is urgent. Please help!!!!!!!!!!!!thank you. Barbara G
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Nokia life timer is a counter that keeps track of the Total call time of your phone. It will show how much the phone has been used, and it?s the best thing to check if you?re planning to buy a used Nokia Mobile. To see the Total Call Time or the life timer counter, On the standby screen type the following code *#92702689# (Easy way to remember this is ? *#war0anty#). And it will pop up a message that shows the life timer in hours and minutes.
Here is a detailed procedure to make this life timer zero.
REQUIREMENTS: The following files are required to reset the life timer:
PROCEDURE: 1. Download and Extract the lifetimer.pm file, and Download Nemesis Service Suite.
2. Install Nemesis Service Suite on your Computer, It won?t take much time.(select the first option)
3. Install Nokia Cable Drivers (No need to install, if you have Nokia PC Suite already installed)
4. Connect The Phone in ?PC Suite? Mode to the PC
5. Open Nemesis Service Software
6. Click on ?Scan for new Device? Button on Top right Corner
7. It Will take a few seconds to scan, and it will load up the software interface after communicating with the Phone.
8. Click the ?Phone Info? Button.
9. On the Bottom, Select and open the ?Permanent Memory? Tab, which is next to the Fbus info.
10. Click the ?Write? button on Below right, and open the Extracted lifetimer.pm file on your PC.
11. After the lifetimer.pm file is opened , it will immediately start writing it to the Phone?s EEPROM Area.
12. The Procedure will end when the progress bar reaches 20%. This is normal , and on the bottom right side, it will display its done.
13. Unplug the Phone, and Restart it.
14. After boot up, Check the life timer .
Note: This method has been tested on following devices: Nokia 6630, 6670, 6680, 5500 sport, 5700XM, 6110 Navigator, 6120 Classic, N70, N72, N73,N76, E50, E51, E61i, E65, N80, N91, N95, N95 8GB, 5800XM Mobile devices. If you want to try it on other S60v3 or S60v5 mobiles, do it at your own risk.
Power Failure During Writing will cause damage to the Phone, And there is a chance that it might brick the phone as well.
Loose, worn out Data Cables Might fail the Writing process, and there are chances of damage to the EEPROM area of the phone.
Do not attempt this with phones that are not included in the confirmed list.
I had a ZTE phone that had this problem... a friend told me to remove the battery and hold down the power button for 15 seconds... what this does is drain all the stored energy in the components on the mother board.... It worked for me...and when ever it would act up again, I would repeat the process...... but different phones act up in different ways. Try it and good luck.
Jus twent to us cellular with the same problem. they told me there is a patch and that they are testing it right now. The guy told me to contact them next week to get it fixed. I also hate the battery life on this thing. I was also asked if it takes a long time to charge. I said yes and got a new battery, so lets see what happens. Hope this helped.
Disable bluetooth if you are not using it- Disable screen saver (power saver always enabled) - If you are listening MP3's and you don't expect phone calls, enable flight mode (if you have 6.65 firmware) - FM tuner eats lots of battery life, so you need to be aware of it - It's not a bad idea to always carry a spare BL-5C battery (fully charged)
On the menu screen that shows "call," "sound," etc., hit the white "more" button with a blue cross, > "security," > "auto screen lock," and you options for after 15, 30, 45 seconds, and after 1 minute.
For e-mail alerts, get into your e-mail account from your phone. When your account has popped up (so you can see a list of e-mails and know you're in), hit options on the bottom right. It should give you an "email alerts" option; hit that, and you can enable/disable from there.
Yes! That's definately your bluetooth indicator. Btw, there should be an icon glossary. try setting and tools/phone info/icon glossary. As far as the BT indicator check your bluetooth menu and disable it, assuming you have no BT peripherals as evidenced by your lack of understanding regarding the BT icon and effects of peripheral hardware on battery life.
You may also wish to do a little research on crop circles. But try not to get too weirded out.
There's only one light, it shows through on both sides. Does the verizon load have a screen saver? if so, you might want to disable that.
if it continues, I suggest calling up verizon and telling 'em you've got a defective phone, and want another under warranty, because it shouldn't pop on like that, unless something's happening in the phone. (for example, transferring files via usb, bluetooth logging on or off, etc). Mine will go a few days between charges.