My nokia 6126 was working fine, the battery is fully charged but the screen is blank. white on the outside black on inside, i tried taking out battery and sim card and putting back in, etc. nothing shows up
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Your phone's batteries are most probably worn out. Replace with new one. Ensure you purchase authentic ones from a genuine store and not the local ones. Otherwise, chances are that the problem may still persist.
We all have the same problem. Our phones too run as long as the battery is charged. Why dont you charge the battery? As regards the on/off switch, get it repaire from Nokia Care or whoever you feel will do a good job.
Are you certain you have a strong GPRS signal? Have you tried turning the phone off for a few moments and then back on, and also make sure you have good signal strength at the time you are trying to send an MMS.
It could be due to network problems as well - the few times I've experienced it, it has lasted for several days and then it has been fine after that.
Here’s how to hard reset or format your Nokia N70 mobile phone:
1) Switch off your phone 2) Press and hold these 3 keys together: -green dial key -the star key(*) -the number 3 key (Ugh, I wish I had three hands…!!) 3) Power on the phone Warning: Do not release the keys until you see a formatting screen and even after the phone has started. Wait until the initial sound starts to play and the hand animation is displayed.
Before formating make sure that your battery is fully charged. Copy all your important contacts, messages, calender, etc in your memory card and your phone should be fully charged