Question about Samsung U900 Soul Cellular Phone
My suggestion is to hard reset the phone making sure you have backed up your contacts and images and music files. by reseting the OS on the phone reinstalls the software. If this does not work and you are still having the same key pad issues you'll have to get in contact with you network provider or the manufacture of the phone.
To perform the hard reset
Type *2767*3855# into the phone (the last four digits may appear as *'s or /) when done without SIM this will clear any phone security codes in place and reset to default. This is 00000000. It also clears and eliminates any software bugs in the ROM flash (samsung's factory flash is rubbish!) as it forces a full reload. Its always best to do this SIM out as it discharges all the circuits and resets antennas and SIM reader power cycles. ALL DATA IS LOST
Posted on Jul 01, 2009
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