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K610i The back light on my phone stays on even when it is on standby using all the battery in one day, is this normal.

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No it is not.....try a master reset if that does not work then try a reflash of the firmware on teh phone take it to a mobile store to have that done.

Posted on Oct 25, 2008

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Take out the battery and leave it out overnight. Then put it back in the following day and try turning the phone on. If this didn't help, then flashing is required. You can try flashing with SEUS (Sony Ericsson Update Service) which is free and if that doesn't work then you will need to use wotanserver(requires credits=money) or send it to a service center. Good luck!

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