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Phone turns itself off

Battery fully charged, but if I dont use phone for half an hour or less it turns itself off.

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The first thing to try is a hard reboot - this means taking the sim out for 20 mins and leaving it off. Put back together and test it to see what happens.If this doesn't work i would try your sim in another phone and another sim in your phone as you may have a lose sim connector. If your phone still turns off you know you've got handset fault. If the other phone turns off you know you've got a sim fault - if the later speak to you service operator.

If handset fault i would frist recommend (if possible) trying another battery as the charge indicator will not always relate to the battery correctly. If avaliable try looking for a software update from the Ericsson website - this may solve it. If still no luck then i would suggest a factory reset (THIS MAY LOSE SAVED DATA SO BACK UP IMPORTANT THINGS FIRST) if this doesn't work then it would suggest to me it's beyond repair and if under warrenty try getting it replaced.

Hope this helps.

Posted on Mar 15, 2008

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