G'day, a few months ago I bought two identical 2310s (wife/self).Cheap to buy and nice to operate with basic functions.
After a few weeks, found with each phone, when you put it down on table etc (not dropping harshly) phone turns off. After doing it about ten times, decided to put a thin cardboard bus ticket (in desperation) between battery and back cover ...problem solved with both phones.
New recent problem ..both phones .. showing nearly fully charged. Phone suddenly shows 'battery empty' message, along with empty battery symbol on screen. Five minutes after starting charging, message shows 'battery full..please disconnect'. Upon disconnecting, phone shows 'empty battery' message and cuts back out again. After restarting each phone 5-6 times, phone will operate ok for a day or so then start the nonsense again. They are driving us NUTS!! Please help!
i have also experienced same kind of problem with nokia set which is other model. i have also done same what you have done. Change or replace your mobile battery. so it 'll finally solves your problem.
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Since you just bought the phone, please take back to your cell phone service providers store and have them show you how to use your new phone to connect to the internet. This is what you're already paying for each month.
Talking on the phone with a bluetooth headset and self-rebooted. Playing abduction and crashed. Self-reboot constantly at the X screen Took battery out for 15 second, and tried again, same thing. Did it a second time to fix it. - reading google.com/reader and crashed. Self-reboot constantly at the X screen Took battery out for 15 second, and tried again, same thing. Did it a second time to fix it. Did a factory reset to see if it helps. During market downloads of apps, crashed again and rebooted
Phone used edge more than 3g lately in the past few days. After factory reset, using 3g again. Had the phone for 3 weeks, so the tech support guy said I can only get it repaired or replaced by a refurb unit...Sounds like a bad deal to me... and to make it even worst, I bought the google dev g1 a few months ago before this...$1k down the drain...
1. If this is a Prepaid sim, make sure your wife has enough load on the sim. Sometimes, even if you still have a few loads left, these networks does not process the text message especially for roaming sims. So let your wife load a new prepaid card.
2. Make sure your wife's phone is configured with the correct SMS Message Center. Ask Optus about it and have your wife double check on her phone's Message center setting.
3. If this is a postpaid, and that your phone can still call you from India to Australia, and that the suggestion in no. 2 was checked, then by all means, the problem is with Optus, considering that SMS sending was working days ago with your wife.
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I just bought the VE465 a few days ago too and have been wondering the same thing. I first tried the USB cable method but the computer doesn't recognize the phone as an external drive, so that did nothing. After investigating a little I think the easiest way to get the pictures off the phone will be via the Bluetooth function. I haven't tried it yet, but it looks like we just need to buy a Bluetooth dongle and then the computer will be able to transfer files to and from the phone wirelessly. Just make sure the Bluetooth function on the phone is turned on first.
well the phone is a really good phone, I would look at your provider. on a regular day how long does your battery last? is it lasting less and less. One of the nice things about the blackberry is you have the ability to reinstall the software if you need to. so try what you can and if all else fails, do a reinstall of the software. or download the desktop manager from blackberry.com and update your software. maybe that will help.
It's the phone itself that needs to be fixed. Buyer beware as they say about Ebay. There are cheap repair shops around depending on where you live. No more than $50. Might have to call around to fid one.