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Yesterday morning when i woke up, i tired to power it on. I did so, and i noticed it was taking an unusually long time to power on, and staying on the android screen. So i turned it on and off many times taht day trying to make it work and i also did a hard reset. i factory reset and also tried rebooting but when i rebooted, it did the same thing and did not come up just stayed on that screen. I have no idea what else to do.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
If you are experiencing problems with your C70, C80, C120, E80 or E120 display resetting itself, or randomly turning itself off, there are 2 troubleshooting procedures that may resolve the issue:
1. Ensure that none of the buttons are stuck under the edge of the display's front fascia.
When the Multifunction Display is first installed, or any time after the front fascia has been removed, it is very easy to get the edge of one or more of the rubber buttons trapped under the edge of the plastic fascia. This is particularly prone to happening if the snaps that secure the fascia to the display are not fully engaged around both the outside perimeter of the fascia, and the insider edge surrounding the LCD display.
E-Series display with soft key trapped under fascia.
You can free the buttons from under the edge of the fascia by applying pressure to them with a fingertip, and rotating your fingertip in a circular motion. When the button is properly through the fascia it should sit centered within its hole, and you should feel a positive "click" of the internal switch when pressing and depressing each button. If trapped buttons were found, releasing them will return the display to normal operation.
2. Reset the display.
Your display may require a reset which will erase any stored waypoints, routes and tracks.
If your MFD's menus are accessible:
Backup your personal data CompactFlash memory card. Please see Answer #1145, Backing up waypoint, routes and tracks on C and E-Series for complete instructions.
Once your data is backed up you can reset the display using this procedure:
You will not be able to backup your personal data. We can reset the display though using this procedure:
You may need to create a free account if you don't already have one.
Posted on Mar 12, 2008
I know you think that T-Mobile customer care may be stupid, but there is a process when you call and they will get you to a Sidekick specific department that uses a troubleshooting flow to determine if the problem is fixable or if your phone just simply needs to be replaced. Your phone has a 1 year warranty from the day you bought it and just in case it is extremely helpful to have the insurance added. It is not fun having to shell out another $350.00 to replace something that you just bought if the warranty does not cover whatever the problem may be. The deductible for a Sidekick is only $130.00 to replace.
Posted on Jan 12, 2009
Dont worry just boot your computer using Bootable disk or windows installation disk, enter into Recovery console by pressing"R"
type the Administrator password if any or simply press "Enter".
At the command prompt type-"fixboot"
once done restart your computer normally.
Posted on Mar 25, 2009
All port lights showing on a router indicate a bad control board in the router. I'd say it's toast.
Posted on May 25, 2009
One more thing you could try is taking the battery out for a minute or two, because the Eee uses the atom it has a fairly complex onboard power controller that can overclock / underclock the cpu. Sometimes this gets malfunctions and locks the PC up, the quickest way to fix it is to simply pull the battery for a short while and stick it back in. You may well have already tried this, but it'll be the first port of call.
Posted on Aug 04, 2009
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