Question about HTC Pc36100
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: how to start htc touch
i have a problem with htc touch 3g mobile, i try to restart my mobile, I cannot restart, its showing only smart mobility screen after that its not responding.
Please give me a solution.
Posted on Jan 23, 2009
SOURCE: sim card slot stuck
1) taken apart and rebuilt cellphones and 2) dealt with hundreds of malfunctioning phones that didn't read SIM's, I'll give you some ACTUAL help.
1) remove the SIM and check for any missing pins in the slot. You can only see the first row of pins on the N1, but that's all you can see without taking the thing apart again. You should see 4 pins, but the one closest to the notched corner of the SIM doesn't really do anything.
2) If everything looks okay, reinsert the SIM, along with a couple pieces of paper. The idea is to press the SIM into the contacts in case the fit isn't as tight as before.
If you either see damaged pins in step 1 or step 2 didn't work, take it back to the repair guy. He broke it, he's obligated to fix it.
Posted on May 24, 2012
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