Question about Nokia N70 Cellular Phone
One thing you can try is to reset the phone using the *#7370# code (do it as the first thing after switching the phone on) and press OK which I think is either the left or right soft key.
However please be aware that doing so will wipe ALL the data from your phone such as information in your calendar, contacts and so on.
In order to save your data you can use the PC Suite application to save and restore the data from your phone - this software can be found here :
If this doesn't work then it's likely you have a hardware fault and you should approach your local Nokia Service Centre to get your phone fixed.
Hope this helps.
Posted on Jun 22, 2009
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