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Hi.If you didn't flash the phone follow this Click here1.Or you can contact mobile repairing shop.And here is your flash file Nokia X6 file Rm 551 / X6 Rm 552 flash file.Choose it what is written on your phone's back panel.If you could not understand please leave a testimonial or comment.Good luck
I had the same problem with my E7, if you've already tried holding the power button down for 10 seconds then you'll need to remove and replace the battery, that fixed mine straight away. Just follow the guide below
That would be a transmission failure, friend. The problem is external connection which is the in the antenna contact point. If you open your cellphone and locate the antenna contact point...clean it for possible foreign object which is block the incoming of the signal...
If the problem still exist. Go to the nearest store where you buy the item and exchange it. If the warranty still cover the year of warranty period
Go ahead and remove the battery and then make sure it is put in with the correct side facing out and that it fits snugly in the phone.
Restart the phone and see if that solves the problem. If not contact your service provider and explain the situation.
If this is a new phone you may qualify for a warranty return. If you have insurance on the phone this may cover a phone replacement. If you haven't done this already, try leaving the phone charging overnight just to make sure that the battery gets a full charge.
Best choice is to call your service provider and see what they can do on their end to help you.
You didn't specify what type of LG phone you have;
You can try rebooting it as an option; or (cycle it once a day).
Turn phone off. Take off cover; take out battery, sim card (if your model has one);
keep them out for a couple of minutes;
replace sim card (if your model has one), replace battery; and turn phone back on.
You could try 'resetting' your phone; but all models are different and you didn't give me the model number.
Try this and see if it works for you; also, when you take battery off, you can try to gently clean the battery terminals for debris. A phone will reboot if the battery is gunked up or not making a good connection.
Sorry i couldn't give you more to go on with the information you provided. Hope that helps.
If the phone was totally dead before it refused to charge initially, then the refusal to charge is due to the fact that there was no residual charge left to bring it to a charge, because the battery completely died. To fix it, kick start the charging process. Remove the battery, and using a universal charger (desktop charger) charge the battery for say 10 minutes, before re- inserting the battery to the phone and continuing with the normal charging process. If this does not work out, then problem is with the charging port. It has to be replaced. This can be done by nearby local phone repairers. Hope it helps? Success.
you simply fried your battery by overcharging it. Just get a new one, let it fully charge and fully die twice before you start normal charging. Then you will want to only charge it for about 2 to 3 hours or find a charger that has a smart chip that tells it when to stop charging once the battery is full.