I have a Nokia 6111 and after having it exchanged twice already due to a fault I have had the same fult occur again. I called the store where I purchased it & they freely admitted that Nokia have allowed a straight swap to the 6130. However, when I change phones how do I bring my images & videos from my Nokia 6111 with me or will I have to erase these forever????
Re: Keeping Images & Videos when replacing handset
Use your nokia pc suite disk that came with your phone to move everything off the 6111 and then to the 6130 via data cable or just move them all to memory card if the memory card is the same typ i.e. micro sd
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First Option: please change Phone in the Other Sim and check the Phone Network If Phone Network Not Solved So Secend Option: Your Phone Network IC Fault So Please change Network IC I Hope Network Problem will Solved IF Not Solved So
select network manualy in your handset. or contact nokia care
your mothers phone should automatically save then images to the phones memory by default, if this is not the case take the handset back to the retailer that sold you the handset and have either a exchange if within 28days or have it sent of for repair under its 12 month warrenty.
I had the same problem with my girlfriends 6111. I managed to fix the phone, but i did have to open it up myself and get a new ribbon cable to replace the damanged one. Basically one of the springs had been pushed the wrong way and this was acting like a scissor action on the ribbon cable for the screen. It cuts part of the cable so no image can be seen but power is still sent, thats why it only powers up white. Doing this yourself will void the warrenty but the warrenty on this phone had expired and i was being quoted £35-£40 to get it fixed. I managed to do it for a fraction of the cost!!!