Question about Nokia N95 Cellular Phone
How can i fix this my nokia n95 turns off on its own while i am using it then turns back on several seconds later
I have a N95-3 and have found that the problem seems to be a combination of Loose battery and faulty or flaky headphone jack. I have tried wedging the top right side of the battery with a few thicknesses of 1/4" wide paper between the battery and the battery slot. This seems to push the connectors on the left side a little tighter and reduces the shut down incidences. If the battery is loose just handling the phone and especially pushing the side buttons or squeezing the case will disconnect the battery and shut the phone off. Sometimes the shutdown is immediate and other times the display will slowly fade to black and the phone needs to be restarted. If the battery is really loose the restart button will not give the jolt start feel and you'll be forced to open up the battery case and fiddle to get the battery making better contact.Hope this helps.
Posted on Oct 11, 2009
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