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I have forgot lock code of 5233 can u plz help me


Just master reset your mobile by pressing call key,callend key camers keyand switch onoff key at the same time,note: this process will reset your phone so make the back up of phonebefore swith off.and remove the memory card.first swith off the phone and do this process

Apr 17, 2013 | Nokia 5233 Mobile Phone

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My phone hanged after installing two antivirus in nokia 5233.what to do?


pree green key,rad key,camera key and swith on bottom all bottom press same time and wait untill mobile swith on then follow instrotion and ur problem solution .i am also suffer this problem now this its help me and for u.thax

Jul 22, 2011 | Nokia Lands Phones

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My nokia n70 has some problem,fristly the with screen appers then i swith off the phone then after some time i again swith on the mobile but mobile dostnot swith on why


go to settings / restore factory settings /restore original or reset all when u reset the phone your memory card must be removed from the phone otherwise you lost all the data in memory card and you must copy your contacts and messages from phone to memory card. you can copy them to PC yousing PC sute or you can creat a backup in the phone and copy to memory card.thanks

Feb 02, 2011 | Nokia N70 Cellular Phone

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Nokia 1100 phone when i connect the charger only i can swith on my phone other wise i cant swith on the phone


Hello,

The problem with your phone is battery, the battery on your phone can no longer hold charges, that is why it switches on when you connect the charger.

I would advice you get a new battery on your phone and make sure you charge the new battery for at least 4-5 hours before you start using it. doing this will solve the problem on your phone and charging the battery before usage will help preserve the life span of the battery.

Take care.

Jul 06, 2010 | Cell Phones

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I accidentally put ON the phone code and i forgot the code


try hard reset..that will be remove all and that phone password
Hard reset is better for solved that problem..
First swith off you phone,after swith off,click *,3 and green key(call key)---->hold,
After to hold that key,now click power key to swith on --->*,3 and call key must hold...
Try it :)

Jun 02, 2010 | Nokia N95 Cellular Phone

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Why cant i send sms on my nokia e71 but can receive sms and calls


check ur message centre number, 

if u didnt know how change message centre no


There is a way to detect the message centre automatically

switch off  ur phone

remove sim
then swith on the phone


then after some while
swith off again

insert the sim

and swith on


then u can send sms

May 10, 2010 | Nokia E71 Smartphone

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Phone will not swith on.


Are your batteries installed correctly? if they are check to see if you have the correct type batterie for that unit, if they are, consult yur trouble shoot section in your manual, if that doesn't work contact the company directly by phone or e-mail

Jan 05, 2009 | Siemens A60

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After flashing my phone not starts.


You will need to take the phone to a mobile repair shop and have them correct this for you.

Dec 23, 2008 | Motorola Mobility SLVR L7 Cellular Phone

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My 6600


format ur cell

Mar 14, 2008 | Nokia 6600

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