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Hello,please kindly rephrase your question.

thanks,take care.

Posted on May 07, 2010

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Resoected sir
i have nokia3110 classic
when wont start my cell, but when it on and then screen is flassing be swichoff, so plaese give parfect sovution.
thnk u

Posted on May 20, 2010

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    Fiuciuc Andrei Nicolas Aug 10, 2010

    I would appreciate the correct usage of English and my solution is true; if you use a non-branded SIM card or anything like that the phone(mostly when it is blocked in a network) will enter the TEST MODE! The only thing you can do(since there is no such data cable/support software for this model) is to go to a Nokia service. They will do you that free or at a low price depending on your warranty!

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I think I know what he is saying. Nokia phones, during normal usage go trough the TEST MODE once a lifetime and that happens in the factory! After that, this message will display if an old/innadequate sim card has been installed. To get it off just remove the batery and restart. If it still shows that, then go to a Nokia Service!

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