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1. Switch off the phone.
2. Hold down the following three buttons: Green (call answer button, * button, and ‘3′ button.
3. While holding these buttons, press the power button and switch on the phone.
4. When the message ‘Formatting’ appears on the screen, release all of the buttons. Method: 2 ( Hard Format)
1. Switch off the phone.
there is a service center number in your message setting. if it is edited your messages wont go . correct service center can be taken from your service provider. if that is right the reset your phone once it will start working fine.
i think you can fix this... first, try to back-up your data (Phone memory )to your memory card or using the pc suite... press and hold the following keys: * 1 3 "call button (the green button)" and finally "Power Button" wait for ur phone to turn on..
press and hold these keys until you are asked for your pin code or if the "two reaching hands" appears...
please take note that doing this, you will lose all of your phone memory's file as well as installed application... make sure to back up everything
to change txt message tone:
go to text message main screen then press the top left button.scroll down to settings and click. then scroll down and ull see "new message alert" and there u go.
to the same for picture messaging.
go to phone
click the top left button
scroll down to settings, then general
scroll down the incoming call. and clik on that and u will have options
Usually the button membrane under the track ball goes bad. If you're out of warranty try to remove the trackball and push the membrane back in place, clean it if necessary. There is a Blackberry Repair Guide that shows how to open a Blackberry and remove the track ball yourself. Once it is open it's as easy as peeling the membrane off the logic board, scratching its bottom with a flathead screwdriver. There are also third party blackberry repair services that will do this for you.
*#7780# (*#rst0*) - This will soft reset your phone. It is different from *#7370# because all data, like contacts, calendar and notes, are not removed. It will only reset the phone settings, such as profiles, themes and shortcuts. The default lock code is 12345. or try this(But it will fully format your phone) Method 1: Three Finger Reset for Nokia Phone 1. Switch off your Phone. 2. Hold down the following three keys, Green (call answer button) * (Star) Key, and Number '3' key. 3. While holding The Three buttons, press the power button for switch on the phone. 4. Wait for the message 'Formatting' to the screen On Your Mobile and release all keys when you see that message.
Method 2: Hard Format of Nokia Mobile Phone 1. Switch off your Phone 2. Now Press following key-*#7370# 3. Enter Default lock code is 12345. 4. While holding All of the buttons, press the power button for switch on the phone. 5. Wait for the message 'Formatting' to the screen On Your Mobile and release all keys when you see that message.
Method 3: Soft Reset of Nokia Mobile Phone 1. Switch off your Nokia phone 2. Now Press following key sequence *#7780# 3. Enter Default lock code is 12345. 4. While holding All of the buttons, press the power button for switch on the phone. 5. Wait for the message 'Formatting' to the screen On Your Mobile and release all keys when you see that message.
Please Note: The formatting method will erase all of your Phone data. Please take a backup before you Format.
I've got the same problem and I finaly succeed to fix the problem.
Here is how to proceed:
1- push the upper side "power button" and the right side "Photo button" at the same time with one hand (yes, I know it's hard ;-))
2- With the stylus, press the reset button (the hole at the lower side)
3- Before the evil message comes up again, put your stylus down and press the central button and the left directional button simultaneously, keeping the two buttons of action 1 pressed (it's besome harder!)
4- If you succeed to press this four buttons for a while, your cell phone should come to life again!
The good thing is that the flash memory has not been erased and the previous content is still available.
The bad thing is that my "Photo button" is now unusable and each time I press the "Power button" it acts as the "photo button" did before.
The solution is to associate "No action" to the Button#1 in the configuration menu.
Another side effect: each time I press the reset button, I've got again the evil message and I have to proceed like above to recover my phone.