Question about Samsung Blackjack SGH-I607 Smartphone
Left it in a hot car (in the sun), when I picked it up, it just vibrated non-stop, no resonse to controls, couldnt even turn it off.
Figured it might just be an overheating thing
Pulled the battery and Sim out, and when reinserted after cooling down, it would vibrate the second I pressed the power button, but nothing else.
But now it won't even do that - completely dead?
Is she fried? Is there a master reset or something??
Well the same thing happened to my phone but i got water on it and i had to pull the battery out the phone still turns on but nothing works so technically the phones broken dude!!!! sorry
Posted on Feb 05, 2008
There may be a possability you may have overheated the internal processor. Just like a computer most processors run hot. my computer for example, the dye on the core of the processor runs at about 127 degress F, now the processor that is in your phone is alot smaller so it runs alot cooler than a computers processor, but still with enough heat from the sun it still could have over heated it sounds like. There may be a hard reset, but you would have to call att to find that out. hope this helps
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