When I close the flip, it doesn't seem to recognize it. If I am running an application or a txt, it still appears there as if I never closed it in the first place. When it is closed the clock no longer shows up, just the Cingular orange guy, as if it were still open.
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the piece that seems to be not working (although you didnt show it on the video) is the top handle, and I think that if you wrap a bread twist tie around the top handle on the waffle iron side of where you grab handle, the twist tie will hit that little lever underneath when you close the lid, allowing you to spin it
The flex that connects your screen to the phone board is bad and has worn out. It is commom with flip phones. All you need do is to replace the flex and be very mindful of how you close the flip phone.
set your messages in messaging - options- settings - other to 999 and e memory.
restore factory settings *#7780# default code is 12345 that might just might help you a bit and turn off and on your phone when you do all these things see if it helps any.
“Memory Full…Close some applications and try again” is a normal message that usually comes on Nokia N70. It showed the memory used in the phone doesn’t have space anymore. But if the message still appears although the user already closed some applications it can be theproblem. Someone who experience in this memory full problem said, an error message of memory full like above is appears each time he’s opened the Camera. It also happens for a few times when he’s trying to open messages, Gallery, or other applications. And then it will force to restart the phone. Seems like it’s a RAM problem and might there are some applications unable to close completely. If your Nokia N70 phone has gone a start menu button you can try to hold it down. This way will show you everything that you have open and they can be closed easily so that you can continue to take your photos. So if it can resolve the problem you can reset/format by pressing *#7370#
Sorry about the prompt on your phone, please follow the the simple steps I'll outline to close the open applications on your phone.
Step 1. Press and hold the "Home Key", you would have the open applications show up on the left corner of your screen. Scroll to 1st application you wish to close, and then ok it. Once you do this you would be in that application that is open.
Step 2. when trying to close the application that you are in right now, select on the options on the bottom left of your screen and ok exit. Once you do this that application is closed.
Step 3. repeat the process on Step 1 & Step 2 until you have just one application running on your e71, which is the "home screen".
I had the same issue, turning off didn't solve it. There's a plastic flap the width of the print tray just inside that I flipped up and it solved this problem. It is directly in front of the ink tanks. I'm assuming we flipped it down and forgot about it. It seems it needs to stay up, although you wouldn't notice it when it flips down when you close the top, as it closes just fine with it down. It's easy to overlook. This took me a few hours to realize.
The top of the flap has a half circle cut out of it in the middle.
Seems like their could be potentially a mechanical problem with regards to the screen orientation.
Or your settings could be wrong.
Whilst in the Internet browser you can change from portrait to landscape by pressing the menu key, Touching the "more" tab, and then scrolling down to "flip orientation".
Due to this being a possible hardware problem i would advise contacting T-Mobile Customer support to see if they have a remedy. Although, in the near future, an application will be released for android giving the G1 Auto-Orientation features using the phones built in accelerometer.
If a black box appears on the screen, and a small amount of the picture is visible around the border, it means that your closed captions are on and set to TEXT. Go back into the menu, navigate to the closed captions page and set the captions to OFF.