Question about Nokia 5310 Cellular Phone
Your Phone May Be Short Circuiting. There Isn't A "Technical" Solution For This Problem Solving It Virtually, I Just Suggest Buying A New Phone. Or See If Your Warranty Plan (If You Have One) Will Pay For Its Problem. I Suggest Taking Out The Battery First... If That Doesn't Work... Take Your Phone Apart And Put It Back Together If You Know How. But There Is Something Wrong With The Phone's Circuits. A New Phone Would Just Be Best.
Posted on Jan 31, 2010
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