Question about Nokia 5310 Cellular Phone
If your phone has a sim card, take it out with the battery. Then if you can find a small, pin-sized hole on one of the edges, (it should fit a standard sewing needle) then take it [standard sewing needle] and push it in until you feel slight pressure. Then push it about 1/16 of an inch further (you should feel it press a button). That should reset the phone to it's factory settings, and then you should be able to reinsert the sim card and battery, and when you turn the phone back on, it should start up normally.
Posted on Oct 02, 2010
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