My mobile works fine 99.9% of the time. However, when i tried to dial a certain number stored in the phone, the phone just switches off.
The number does work as I've dialled it using a normal phone and i can send texts to it via the mobile. But try and ring and - the mobile switches off. It's weird. Doesn't happen with any other number!!
Re: Phone switches off when dialling a certain number
Looks to me like maybe an update to your mobile may have gone wrong and I have a samsung 370 and nokia 5200 and my samsung freezes and turns off wen i view a picture sometimes my samsung has been damaged so that may be the problem with yours please reply... :)
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Dialing Numbers or FDN list is a SIM card based security feature which
allows the phone to be "locked" so that it can only dial certain
numbers, or numbers with certain prefixes.
A PIN2 code
(numeric password) protects the allowed list of numbers from being
changed by any person who does not know the PIN2 code.
FDN mode, your device will restrict outgoing calls, except for the
numbers stored in the FDN list.
To activate FDN
1.) In idle mode, open the application list and select
Settings ? Call settings ? Fixed Dialling Numbers ? Enable FDN.
2.) Enter the PIN2 supplied with your SIM or USIM card and
3.) Select FDN list and add contacts to be
used in FDN mode.
1.) In idle
mode, open the application list and select Settings ? Call settings ?
Fixed Dialling Numbers ? Disable FDN.
2.) Enter the PIN2
supplied with your SIM or USIM card and select OK.
Warning: PIN2 is a serious SIM-based security feature of the
handset. If you are not sure of your PIN2, please do not enter random
PIN2. When you access a menu requiring the PIN2, you must enter the
PIN2 supplied with the SIM or USIM card. Contact your service
provider/ Network for your PIN2. If the wrong PIN2 code is entered
three times in a row, PIN Lock(PUK2) will be automatically activated.
Dear Amaxeen , Well It Seems the configuration problem ,you should have to configure your phone properly for that ,if you wanna to use its aal features you need to download proper drivers and manual ,so that you can use it smoothly.
You can download all stuff for your Sharp 903 , from this link:
Dear, if your mobile gets on, then try dialling *2767*3855# in your dialling screen, it will hard reset your mobile, deleting all your mobile internal data like multimedia, virus, password etc. so remember before dialling this number, backup all your data.
This is a feature that all mobile phones, and some landline based cordless phones have. The reason being is that you should still be able to dial an emergency phone number even if the rest of the phones' facilities are not working. In otherwords, if you have a broken screen on your phone and you cannot see the display to unlock the phone, you can still dial 9-1-1 in order to get an emergency response. The idea behind this is to save life, limb and property. You may also find that 9-9-9 will work too (United Kingdom emergency services) and 1-1-2 which is the alternative for the UK emergency services. Obviously you should not be able to dial the emergency services in other countries from your location, but I certainly would not reccommend you try this!
Your only easy option to get around this is to turn your phone completely "off", but then; what happenns if you need it fast in an emergency? Also some very modern phones will still turn on and activate if an emergency phone number is dialled. Short of turning the phone off and taking the battery out, there is not a lot I would say you can do to get around it. Could you on the otherhand, ignore the fact that one day you or someone might need to use the emergency feature?
I am sorry in this very rare instance that I cannot find a cure for this particular problem, but that my friend, is something that every mobile phone manufacturer has decided is the best thing to include in design; and in this case I have to agree!
I hope that this is the fixya for you and that you never have to use this service in any way.
Take care and I hope you find a way to overcome your issue of the phone entering these numbers.
Phone cover cases belt clips, handbag phone holders and also phone flaps that cover the keys are really your own solution that I can reccommend. Cost? couple of dollars from a store, check it out and hope it works for you!
Press menu button and select Contacts > Options > SIM
contacts > SIM directory to see the names and numbers
stored on the SIM card. In the SIM directory you can add,
edit, or copy numbers to contacts, and you can make calls.
To view the list of fixed dialing numbers, select Options >
SIM contacts > Fixed dialling contacts. This setting is
only shown if supported by your SIM card.