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The problem is, this can be caused by a software issue, a hardware issue, or a cell phone provider issue. But start simple, Smart Mobile Phone Solutions says:
"Power your phone off, leave it off for 30 seconds to a minute, and then power the phone back on. Wait for the phone to power on all the way and then try your cell phone to see if it's working properly. Restarting the phone will force it to try and reach out and attempt to connect to your network again. If it was just a hiccup with the software this extremely simple reboot can fix the issue.
Second Level Reset.
If power cycling didn't fix the issue then power your phone on and while it's on remove its battery. This is a type of "soft reset" that can also fix minor software issues on Android phones. Just make sure to have the phone unplugged from its charger and to pull the battery out of the phone while the phone is on and running."
A pretty quick fix for many Nokia Windows Phone issues is a soft reset. It does not erase data or lose installed apps. Holding down the volume down button and power on button for about 10 seconds will power cycle the phone. Similar to pulling the battery. If it doesn't fix this issue it is still good to know how to power cycle a Nokia Windows. Phone. This worked on my 820, 928 and Ikon (929) phones.
It is usually a tower issue. Power the phone off and leave off for 10-20 seconds then power back on and try to send your message again. If this doesn't work contact your wireless provider because you may have a software issue.
I will assume the issue is the power switch. My phone did the same once and it took me a long time to work around the fault. If yours is having the same issue, hold the power switch toward the on position but not quite all the way. Maintain it there for several seconds and see if it powers on. Try various positions until it works. Ensure the phone is plugged to its charger the entire time. Good luck!
it could be a battery issue. but i strongly suggest that you go to your service provider store to use and test a different battery on your phone to isolate the issue. if battery is the main issue, then you might need to replace it and buy a new one. then you can transfer the pictures from your phone to your PC for example.
Hi. this is a main board issue. try powering it up with the power charger connected. if it dose not power up with the cord attached, this will confirm a more major issue that concerns the internal core programming.
Can I ask if you have the following issues:
- Power button will not lock screen
- When resetting the phone you see the apple logo for a few seconds then it resets again and goes into a loop
- iPhone will turn boot when connected to a computer
- when it boots up, the slide to power off screen appears
- no amount of restoring fixes the issue
If so, then your issue is the power button is sticking. I fixed this last night by opening up the iPhone and cleaning out the Power button.
About the only hope of repair I can see is to clean the charging/data connector with 99.9% rubbing alcohol and dry the phone out gently for a while with warm dry moving air, that might work if your very lucky. Best of luck!