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Screen display The G Icon is constantly displayed, should it be? or how can I disable it

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Re: screen display

The G icon is probably your GPRS icon which is the Internet settings. People have solved this by checking the settings, or by a soft reset.

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Its a lock with an arrow circal round it near the battery icon

You phone has it's screen rotation locked so if you turn the phone on it's side the display does not automatically turn, great for reading in bed. Double clicking your home button so that currently running apps are shown then keep swiping these icons to the right until your iPod controls appear, you should see an icon with a circular arrow. Click this.

Feb 28, 2011 | Apple iPhone 3GS Black (16 GB)

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Is there any way I can take off the sleep mode on the nokia 6700 slide? As it just looks like a blank screen and to check for messages or missd calls, I need to press a button Thanks

A quick answer is NO you can not disable the blank screen, it's set like that for a reason. The back light of the display uses lots of power and the battery would be discharged in 3-4 hours if left on. Also the display isn't designed to work 24/7 and if it did would self destruct anywhere between 45 and 90 days of constant operation.

Jan 26, 2011 | Nokia 6700 Slide Cell Phone

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Alarm icon is displayed in the center of the screen no matter what I do. All alarms are turned off. I've rebooted the phone several times including removing the battery. What else can I do?

I've had this same weird problem today but I think that I may have solved it.

1. Go to "Menu"
2. Go to "Settings"
3. Go to "Display and Light"
4. Go to "Widget". Among your widgets is one called "Analog Clock". Un-check it and Save the widget screen.
5. Go out of the Menu to the top screen (that has "dial", "contacts" and "menu" at the bottom.) Hopefully, the alarm icon is gone. However, the "Analog Clock" that displays the time in the widgets (opened by the small arrow on the left side of the screen) is also gone. Simply go back through steps 1-4 to get to the "Widgets" screen and check the "Analog Clock". Your Analog Clock should display and the Alarm icon should still be gone.

I know that this solution doesn't seem to make much sense because what does an Analog Clock have to do with an Alarm icon? It just seems to be a software glitch of Samsung.

Try it out and see if it works.

Aug 14, 2010 | Samsung Solstice SGHa887

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"AA" icon on display screen

It's the stupid AutoAnswer setting you must have on. I wish it didn't have to show on the screen with this on. I have it on only for bluetooth.

Jul 04, 2010 | Samsung Cell Phones

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My LG phone's screen is black and wont let me see anything


there is nothing wrong with your screen, the problem is from the flex that connects your screen to the phone's main board. This flex must have worn out that's why your screen is not displaying any picture.

The problem is common with flip and slide phones. The flex gets worn out as a result of constant opening and close of the flip or slide phone.

I would urge you to replace the flex and I am assuring you that your screen will display picture again. You might also be lucky to find out that the flex is not well fix, that is, it may have loosed contact.

If you cannot change the flex yourself, maybe you should take the phone to a local repairer within your vicinity, so that the flex can be fixed/replaced.

Good luck.

Apr 29, 2010 | LG Xenon GR500 Cell Phone

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How can ii unlock a blackberry.?!

How To Enter the Unlock Codes on a BlackBerry Cell Phone

422851199_3d16b31e6c_o.pngModel : All BlackBerry Models (except T-mobile)
1 – Using the menu go to Settings Menu -> SIM card press select.
2 – While holding the SHIFT key, type MEPD or (MEPPD for Vodafone Handsets)
3 – You should now see the five locking categories listed.
4 – While holding the SHIFT KEY, type MEP2 or (MEPP2 for Vodafone handsets)
5 – Release the shift key.
6 – You are now prompted to enter the Network MEP code (it will also state how many attempts left)
7 – Enter the code
8 – Enter Return/Enter
9 – The device should then be unlocked
Model : T-mobile BlackBerry Models
1 – On the Home screen, click the Tools icon. The Options screen appears.
2 – In the tools screen, select the Settings icon.
3 – Scroll to SIM Card and select it. You should see the phone number and the SIM ID number.
4 – Type ‘mepd’ to display the first five levels of SIM locking.
T-Mobile uses network locking so the Network should display Active. All other states should display Disabled
Please note: For the Blackberry 7100t you will hit the “P” twice when entering the ‘mepd’ and ‘mep2′ for steps 4 & 5.
5 – Type ‘mep2′ to display the dialog box asking for the unlock code (Press the Alt + 2 key to get the number 2)
6 – Input the Network Unlock code
7 – Press ENTER and reboot handheld.
Model : BlackBerry Pearl 8100 (Alternative instructions if above instructions do not work)
Can be done without a sim card inserted
To Unlock:
1 – While on the home screen, click the “blackberry key” on keyboard, then select “options”.
2 – Choose “Advanced Options”.
3 – Select “Sim Card”
4 – There is no area to type these letters, you just type them as instructed. No need to hit keys twice to get a letter either. Type m e p p d to display the first five levels of SIM locking. Most companies use network locking so the Network should display Active. All other states should display Disabled ( you will not see text appear on screen
while typing )
5 – Type m e p p 2 to display the dialog box asking for the unlock code
(Press the Alt + 2 key to get the number 2) ( you will not see text
appear on screen while typing )
6 – Input the SIM Unlock code
7 – Press in the trackball in once
Your phone is unlocked

Apr 10, 2010 | Cell Phones

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Your provider can remove the voicemail icon on you screen but you have to contact them of course. Sometimes what happens is the voicemail is exited improperly and what you'll need to do it get back into your voicemail and follow the prompts to exit the system (I believe it is the star button to exit voicemail). What I would do is leave yourself a message, call into your voicemail, delete the message and exit the system. If icon is still on the screen then you have no choice but to contact provider. Good luck and hope this helped.

Feb 05, 2010 | Nokia 6288 Cellular Phone

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Voice Message Icon always displaying

The voice mail symbol is sent to your handset by the network when you get a voicemail, they then send the handset another message to remove the icon once you have listened to the voicemail... Sometimes an error occurs and the phone doesnt receive the removal message...

Try getting a friend or using another phone send yourself a voicemail, then using your phone, check your voicemails, listen to the one you have and delete it... The icon should go... However if its a hardware fault with the handset display then this will not fix it...

May 07, 2009 | Samsung SGH-i900 Omnia Unlocked Cellular...

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