My daughter dropped her Nokia 6600 while sidestanding her bike.
Problem 1: No SIGNAL, NO Network (Auto or Manual);
Problem 2: After disassembly/exposing the inner board and making the usual checks for cracks, contacts etc., I put it back together. On powering up, NO DISPLAY, LCD backlight lits up, Nokia tone sounds (phone is booting). Just an empty white nothing. Opened it again check the small connector top right, cleaned the contacts, made sure all pins are aligned, did a low hot air on the solder joints, put it together, STILL NOTHING.
Appreciate any assistance.
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First Option: Phone in the Other Sim and check the Phone Network Signal If Network Signal Problem not Solved So Secend Option: Your Phone Network IC Fault So Please change Network IC And Network Signal Problem will Solved if it is there isn't much you can do on this side of the network. Contact your phone company.
If you are not getting any network from your phone it my be be due to:* sim card issues* network / outage issues* phone issues SIM Card issues:1. turn off mobile phone2. remove battery3. remove SIM card and memory card4. clean the SIM card from any dirt or dust5. wait for 2 minutes then plug back battery6. insert memory card and SIM card properly7. turn on mobile phone8. check if you will be provided with a signal from the upper right corner of your phone's screen. if not, try a different SIM card. Outage:1. call your service provider and confirm if there are outages in the area or outages from the BTS where your SIM card is registered. Phone Issues:1. if the phone is open line, try to enter a different SIM card2. try to insert the SIM card into a different phone, check if it will be provided with a signal3. if the second phone still dont get any signal and your service provider stated that there is no outage that may affect signal issues from your phone, check it from them if your sim card is still active.4. last resort is asking for a SIM replacement with the same phone number
It's possible that you could fix it, but not entirely likely. It depends on whether it's just a bent antenna connector or if a circuit board is broken.
Some phones have a small spring-type piece that makes contact with the antenna. If this is merely bent, and not making a great connection, you might be able to coax it back into shape and that might fix your phone. Otherwise, it's probably beyond the ability of an amateur to repair.
- make sure your phone is open line, so all sim you insert can be use,
- make sure you are using your phone in the area with a network signal
- try to check with celphone technician, some nokia phones have problems with their network when its coming of age.