Question about Samsung SGH-D900 Cellular Phone
RobJones, Your bluetooth chip needs to be replaced. Unfortunately you cannot do anything about this. There is fixing resin (glue, underfill)around the bluetooth module. Sometimes, if phone has been dropped or bent, the resin will be cracked. If authorized repair service will see this, they will qualify it as BER (Beyond Economical Repair)-Customer abuse. Not authorized service can try to replace it because there is 99% chance, that everything will be ok ;)
Posted on Sep 29, 2007
Thanks it worked for my phone manufacturing default
Posted on Mar 03, 2008
I had the same problem went to two authourised repaiers first turned bluetooth off and second reflashed sofware phone still ate batteries in 3 to 4 hrs eventually replaced as they have a two year warranti
Posted on Oct 23, 2007
Try to put back your default factory settings. It will ask you to put the security code. It should be 12345 or 01234. I think it will not erase your personal datas, but it will reset anything to the first day you bought it :)
Posted on Sep 03, 2007
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