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My audiovox xv6700 will not turn on

I've tied removing battery, soft reset, on the cradle, etc

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  • solomon1004 May 25, 2008

    my xv6700 problem is can not turn on.

    just sign comes like, seriel

    v1. 02 just dark LCD

    this problem start when i tring download for upgrade soft ware mobile 5.0

    from verizon wireless home page.

    and i just call verizon wireless tech support then he assist me and i follow him. then severaal time tried press

    Y to restore factory default ...then press space bar,

    but it's not come reboot..

    i need my important data stored in this phone..

    please help me

  • algharasi Jul 15, 2008

    my xv6700 problem is can not turn on.
    just the flash is working.
    this problem start when i tring upgrade my windows
    then severaal time tried press
    Y to restore factory default ...then press space bar,
    but it's not come reboot..
    please help me to turn on my xv6700...

  • Anonymous Dec 04, 2008

    my phone was on but locked up. I removed the battery to reset it. now it won't power up at all.

  • Ron Esser Feb 23, 2009

    U have the same problem as "solomon".

    It says "serial" on top of screen and "v 2.05" on the bottom.

    Then when I plug in the USB cable, the top of screen says "USB".

    The unit won't power up nor will the screen light up.

    It was working fine B4 and I also was trying to upgrade.

    I did soft reset as well as hard reset...to no avail.

    please help!

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ARE you using the factory charger and if so then get a new battery or use your warentee

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