The new battery doesn't seem to be taking a charge. The phone (Treo
700w) indicates it's charging (red solid light and lightning bolt on
the Today Screen battery indicator), but progress is never made and no
charge is held. I have tried it with both AC charging cable and USB
data.charge cable. No luck.
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Take your phone into you local network store and ask them to charge your battery. They charge it directly to the plug. This is free. If your phone works after this then it is the charger or the socket inside your phone!
The phone is already unlocked. Try just taking it to your carrier and have them load a new PRL and the other required settings. Optionally you can contact www.fhonwizards or www.smartphonerepair.biz and find out what they would charge you.
The phone is already unlocked... just take it to your Carrier in India and have them load the PRL and other settings... You could also contact www.fhonwizards.com / www.smartphonerepair.biz and find out what they charge for that service.
Have you activated phone yet? When phone is activated and in service it flashes green. It's hard to believe it would flash green without a SIM card, as there is no service...unless AT&T is providing emergency service only and you're getting a flashing green which means you're in range of their towers.
Verizon 700wx:I had the same problem. With little or no movement, the phone would go from charging to not over and over. At home with it perfectly still it would charge maybe 1/4 in 6 hours. Same problem with 3 different chargers. With the battery out, I dipped a Q-tip in rubbing alcohol squeeze out excess and jammed it into the charging port on the phone. Put the battery back in and oh **** nothing. Took it back out and let it dry for a few minutes and were back in business. No more charging problems at all.
May be a little risky, but warranty was up and what did I have to lose. Anyway good luck!