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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
i think you have to give a hard backup . by taking off your battery and after 3sec put it back and switch on your mobile phone if this not works the you have to restart your phone by typind*#7370# and it will ask lock code the defalt lock code is 12345 .
Posted on Apr 01, 2009
Would probably need the the entire error. The RB simply stands for Rejected Batch when you are trying to settle (I'm guessing with Vital/TSYS). the 00546 is the transaction number. This looks like a rather large batch. The transaction in question is the 544th transaction (the first two records to go over in the batch contain account information and your company information. So always subtract 2 from the number shown).
Without seeing the rest of the error, I can't say exactly what is wrong with the transaction. There should be a 3-4 digit number after the E in your response from the processor.
At any rate, depending on your version of PCCharge,there is a Batch Editor is included. It will be in (C:\Program Files\Active-Charge) for Payment Server or (C:\Program Files\PCCW) for Pro, and is named BatchUtility.exe. This will allow you to quickly view the batches and edit the transactions you need.
If Vital/TSYS is your only merchant account, then your batch will be named Visa1.xxx.Since it is now a rejected batch, it will be called Visa1.PCS (A regular batch should be Visa1.ENC for encrypted. Unless you are on a really old version). You should be able to open the Batch Utility, Open the bad batch by clicking find "Indeterminate" button, find the 544th transaction (if it's corrupt, you'll be able to find it rather quickly), and void it out. Keep in mind that this is not the same as voiding through the inteface, it is merely taking the transaction out of this particular batch, not voiding the transaction authorization. If it's a sale, you're authorization code will still be good (assuming it hasn't been over 30 days since you last settled). If it's a credit or void, there will not be an authorization number to worry about, and you can just dump the transaction altogether.
Make sure to take notes on the transaction so that you can run it as a post-auth (if it is a sale) after your batch is accepted. Once the offender is removed, you should be able to go back into PCC and settle as normal. You will get the message about "all indeterminate batches need to be closed first, blah blah blah", click "ok", check your totals and then attempt to process the settlement.
Good Luck and hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 21, 2009
If you haven't had the phone for over a year you should be covered under warranty. Contact your service provider for more information on how to do that.
Posted on Aug 16, 2010
SOURCE: Have a pantec cell phone
Venting here is of no value. If you are having trouble with AT&T or any other carrier, you can get help from them. No one here has any power or pull with your cell telephone provider.
Cancel if you want. Many contracts have steep penalties for early termination. Best to try to resolve the trouble than to pay the fine.
Please be mindful, I have no idea where you are writing from and please don't say. I say this to say laws differ from country to country. Still, your best bet it to work a deal with your carrier.
Thank you for your question.
Posted on Sep 10, 2011
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