After a small shortcut in the building our telephone system went out.
When resetted, everything worked well, but the display telephone, the main one's screen didn't lit. It is displaying all data but the screen is dark. Please, help me solve this problem. The manuals I have on hand don't tell anything about this.
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Touch the screen or use the navigator wheel to select the "Settings" option.
Within the "Settings" menu, select the "About phone" option that is found towards the bottom of the list. This option displays the version number and build number of Android that is running on the phone.
Touch the "System updates" option. This causes the phone to look for any new Android updates. If an update is available, the phone will download and install it.
Creating a shortcut
There is an application available called AnyCut that can help simplify the update process by creating a shortcut to "Device info."
Install AnyCut by going to Android Market, and then touch "Search" and type in "AnyCut."
Create a shortcut on the phone's desktop.
Choose "AnyCut" from the list and choose "Device Info" as the "Activity."
Scroll to the end of the list and press "Check for updates."
Once the process has completed, exit to the home screen where you will be prompted to install the update.
press "CL" dial 828 0000 dial the 2 digits for the year dial the 2 digits for the month dial the 2 digits for the day dial the day of the week(0=Sun,1=Mon etc) dial the 2 digits for the hour dial the 2 digits for the minute press "SPK"
example "CL" 828 000 09 05 06 4 12 00 "SPK" would set Wed 6th May 2009 12:00
1st - Try pressing <Fn> + <BrithnessUP> keys a few times, (on HP <Fn> key is between <Ctrl> key and <Windows> key, <BrightnessUP> key is <F8> key and <BrightnessDown> key is <F7> key. If nothing happens try the 2nd one.
2nd - Plugin external monitor, (type and size doesn't matter). Turn on your laptop. If you can see desktop on the external monitor, your
drivers are o.k., The problem is your laptop display, NOT the graphic chip.