Question about T-Mobile Sidekick II
1. Turn your device off and remove the battery cover and battery
2. Remove the end-cover by pushing the cover away
3. Pull the bumper tabs up to separate the bumper from the device and remove bumpers
4. Snap new bumpers firmly into place
5. Re-attach the end-cover, re-insert the battery and re-attach battery cover
Posted on Jun 25, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
The device does not contain a user repl battery.The batt is rechargable and is recommended that you charge it nightly.It uses an internal lihtium ion batt.They say contact cust care due to fluid that may leak from the internal batt can result in injury to skin and eyes?? Theysay cust care for assis if you need repl batt.http://www.wirefly.c...
Posted on Jul 28, 2008
I had this problem with a new phone, and T-mobile gave me the following instructions.
Try this first:
1) Turn on phone with SIM chip in it.
2)hold down the "@" + "1" + "0" down simultaneously until phone turns off, then back on again. This should fix the problem. otherwise try this,
1) remove battery and SIM.
2) press and hold down the "w" key, and while holding it down insert the battery only.
3)A little face will appear on the screen, then a reboot button. Press the reboot button. Once the phone reboots, insert the SIM. One of those two should fix the problem.
Posted on Oct 26, 2009
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