Question about Samsung SGH-t219 Cellular Phone
I was thrilled to find this posting, after my (relatively) new Samsung SHG-T219 phone sat (undetected for 2 days!) in a moist can of yard clippings. Once found, my husband disassembled the battery and SIM card from the phone and left it all in the Seattle sun for over 8 hours to dry out. Afterwards I assembled it but sadly the phone lay lifeless in my hands. Twelve hours later I plugged in the phone to determine if the battery/phone worked. A 'battery full' message immediately came up on my screen and I unplugged it to try turning on the phone. No go. I again plugged it in but then there was no message AT ALL...so off I went searching the Net for a solution. Here's where I came across the above mentioned posted suggestion for repairs submitted by Varda, and followed the instructions to the letter with no problems. Until, that is, after I re-assembled it and 20 minutes later I tried turning it on. Of course it remained lifeless. Yet now, 2 hours later still, it doesn't turn on. It seems I need to buy a new phone or... does anyone have other tricks up their sleeve that may resuscitate my poor phone? Thanks!
It is better to take it to a mobile service center and have them try to bring it back up for you.........
Posted on Feb 02, 2008
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If you are trying to use a SIM card in your phone and
getting a message like "Enter Subsidy Code", "Incorrect SIM
Card", "SIM not provisioned" , "Emergency Calls Only" or similar messages, then you need
an unlock code for your mobile phone. You can get Samsung SGH-T219 Unlock Code from the
network provider, they will provide a code with easy to follow instructions on how to unlock your phone. You may check Samsung Unlock Code
site, they can open up all networks for you where you want to use your phone. Once your phone is unlock, it will work with any networks worldwide without sticking to one network only.
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