Question about Nokia 6300 Cell Phone
Sounds like software crashing? But try this first. Sometimes it is just the memory card that is corrupt and the phone is trying to read the cards corrupt data. This would cause phone to lock up, react sluggish or perhaps turn off. Remove battery cover and on side you see card in slot. Push in and it will unlock and spring out. Now try turning on phone and see if it works? Memory cards can be reformated but usually when they go, its faulty. They are quite cheap now to buy and is a good time to upgrade to a larger memory. (no more than 2 gig though)
If it is the phones software that has gone it will need to be reinstalled. If the phone allows you to get into the menu try doing a 'Factory Restore' this may resolve issue? (warning - this also deletes all data stored on phone memory!)
Posted on Apr 18, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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