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The battery cover has the Sony Ericsson logo on it and is a seperate panel from the sliding camera cover. It should slide off if you hold the phone in one hand and press lightly on the panel with the logo while sliding it downward.
Here is a site with a picture of the phone with the cover off: http://forums.techarena.in/reviews/1174933.htm
I had this problem too on a Nokia 6680. I was told that there is a shortcircuit inside. A pin could touch another pin. This could be caused by some water inside the phone. So I suggest you to dry your phone circuits and also to clean the circuits easily.
This method worked for me.
Now, I can use my phone normally.
Hello. This depends on which lock code you're referring to. To get into the service menu it's 000000 or 0000. If it's the user lock code or SIM lock code, you will need a cable and/or dongle/terminator and software to reset it.
Probably not Sorry. Its just that it cost to much in labor to work on these phones and everyone thatused to rework cell phones no longer do them as it cost to much to stock parts that no wants to buy . your service provider most likely will tell you the same thing and may have a deal for you to renew your contract as I get a free phone from my provider as i say to them that I need a new phone what or how can we work this out so i dont have to go to another provider that will let me keep my # and give me a free phone? You should get a phone and if not your dealing with a cheap skate provider who probably wont be around long or will get bought out by another provider. Good Luck