Question about Cell Phones
Posted by Anonymous on
It's either a broken battery or a broken powerswitch. More likely the motherboard / powerswitch. You should always try to replace a broken part yourself first. search model name plus "repair guide" on any search engine.They will show details about about part replacement etc. in detail. There are other websites that sell all the replacement parts, one of the bigger ones is http://portatronics.com (646) 797 2838. Then for the repair itself you can venture to do it yourself, or better ask a friend who has done a similar repair before.
Posted on Jan 06, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Now I found and recommend this third party software called "GodswMobile Contacts Transfer" for Windows Mobile phone to transfer contacts to your laptop computer.
* Transfer both sim card contacts and mobile outlook contacts;
* Including an app for PC to view,add,delete,modify and print contacts;
* Restore contacts to any other windows mobile phones;
* Backup contacts as TXT file and CTS file;
* Backup contacts pictures and ringtones;
* Support unlimited contacts backup/restore;
* Support VGA and WVGA Screen (such as HTC Touch HD/2 and Diamond/2).
Google "GodswMobile Contacts Transfer V2.1" to free download. OR you can go to GodswMobile Contacts Transfer V2.1 for more information.
Posted on Jan 11, 2011
SOURCE: My HTC hd7 keeps on
HD7 is powered by a qualcomm SoiC Snapdragon chipset. It's basically a large chip containing the cpu/video processing and input output functions. The same chip is used in the HD2 and has been known to cause some problems.
I'll make an assumption and ask you to try something.
Please find some hd movies and place them on the phone memory, then try continuously running them. Before starting this test, measure the room temperature. If you have .. let's say 25 degrees celsius (or equivalent fahrenheit) make a note, writing down the room temperature at witch you started the experiment. Run the movies continuously untill the phone either freezes or restarts. When the phone does that, write down the time elapsed since you started and stop using the phone for about half hour.
Next place the phone in a transparent bag, try to seal it and put it in the fridge (not freezer) for half hour. Open the freezer, and run the same movies again WHILE keeping the phone cool in the fridge. Check to see if you notice any improvements in the time elapsed until a restart. If you do, please reply here and i'll explain what actually happens with the phone and what is the real problem with it (it could get a little..technical).
PS you can use any cpu demanding app instead of movies, let's say 3d games, navigation apps etc.
Posted on Jul 20, 2011
First of create a new Live id going to www.live.com then , make sure you select the country as US and find a valid zip of one of the US states .
Now hard reset the phone and then go to market , login with the new id .
Here is how you hard reset
1. Turn the phone off. If it's frozen or unresponsive, pull then replace the battery.
2. Press and hold the Volume Up and Volume Down buttons and power the phone back on.
3. Continue to hold Volume Up and Volume Down until a factory reset screen appears.
Posted on Aug 14, 2011
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