Question about Sony Ericsson Cell Phones
The fact that it persists when powered down indicates that it's a wiring / electrical fault. THere is no way it's a software or setting issue when the phone is off. Unfortunately something has gone haywire inside the phone. You will need to get the phone replaced, it is probably still under warranty, check with your service provider and they should replace the phone for free for you.
So sorry about that, unfortunately there is no fix for the phone =(
Posted on Jul 23, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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