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My phone says this phone is in offline, and tells me to power recycle before i make calls

I got an audiovox phone, and it says on the front "this phone is in offline" and the inside says "please power recycle the phone to make calls" or somethin like that, i cant make calls. ive shut it off and on. took the battery out, whats the problem? is it trash now? could i buy a new battery and make it work?




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    this phone is in offline, and tells me to power recycle

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NO THIS IS NOT A BIG PROBLEM FIRST CHECK UR PHONE IT MUST BE ON NAM 1 SECOND RESET THE PHONE IF THI PROBLEM STILL REMAIN SO TAKE THIS TO REPAIR SHOP & ASK HIM TO FLASH THE PHONE DATA

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Offline mode


try pressing the power button once and see if it displays a list of power down options, if it does look for something relating to "normal" mode.
holding down the power button for about 2-3 seconds should also bring up such options.
you may also go to profiles on the phone and choose the normal mode or choose the offline mode again.....this option depends on the type of phone os.
let me know how it goes

May 07, 2012 | Nokia 5800 XpressMusic Smartphone

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How to switch from offline to online


Offline mode only appears if the mobile phone is not getting the signal from its service provider.
*make sure that the sim is properly connected*reseat the sim card from the mobile phone*check account status for signal and connection availability*power cycle mobile phone
1. turn off mobile phone2. remove phone battery3. remove memory card4. remove sim card5. wait for 2 minutes before plugging back anything6. after 2 minutes, plug back battery7. insert memory card properly8. insert sim card properly s well, make sure that the sim is not dirty as well9. turn on mobile phone10. check the signal bar, it should be with signal this time and not offline
*after power cycling, phone should be working properly now unless the sim card is really faulty. you check if its faulty by calling your mobile service provider*

Dec 10, 2011 | Nokia E75 Cell Phone

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There is a word "offline" on the upper screen and


Your phone might have switched to offline mode accidentally if your keypad is not locked and you have the phone in your pocket/bag.
Press the power button momentarily to bring out a list of profile options, and select "General";
or you can go to Menu -> Settings -> Profiles and choose Normal Mode;
or you can turn the phone completely off and then turn it back on; while the phone boots up you will be asked if you want to exit offline mode -> answer yes
In order to prevent the phone from switching modes, or making inadvertent calls, remember to lock the keypad when the phone is not in use:
Left selection key + functions key
http://europe.nokia.com/support/product-support/e63/nokia-e63-how-to/get-started/get-started-shortcuts

Mar 16, 2011 | Nokia E63 Cell Phone

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My nokia e75 is in offline mode. i cannot received text and calls. how can i change my mode to online. thanks


Tap the power button once (do not hold it too long, because it will turn your phone off). Just choose any profile, and your phone will go to online mode. You can switch it anytime to offline mode, in case you want to use your phone and be unavailable at the same time, by doing the same thing - tapping the power button, and selecting offline mode/profile.
If this helps, please rate. Thank you.

Jan 17, 2011 | Nokia E75 Cell Phone

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Is telling me offline and i can not call


offline mode is like a insert sim in others cellphone like 3310.der4 you cnt call any 1 because your phone cant read your simcard.try to reprogram your cellphone..

Aug 12, 2009 | Nokia E61i Cellular Phone

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My phones screens dont work the sound and calling does


Verizon offers a satisfaction guarantee.
If you did not damage the phone you should find out where there is Verizon technical assistance store in your area and they should be willing to swap it out for a new model if it is under 1 year old.

Jul 09, 2009 | Audiovox CDM8910WW

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I would like to clear all private data (contacts, call log, SMS, etc) from my Audiovox CDM 8610VM. Is there a master reset on this device?


Look up page 66 on the online manual.

Clears all phone book entries
Press [MENU], 9, 4, and enter “Password”.
The default password is the last 4 digits of your phone number
Press 5
Select “Contacts” or “Downloaded Ringtones”
and press [OK] to erase all the items in those
categories.

Call logs are erasable in the Recent Calls menu.



Dec 26, 2008 | Audiovox CDM8610VM

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Nokia n95 offline


Your phone may be in Offline mode!

Tap the power button (a quick firm press), you should be taken to a Profile screen. You will see this:

General
Silent
Meeting
Outdoor

Choose general,

GIve it a few seconds then you should see the phone connect to the network


Sep 16, 2008 | Nokia N95 Cellular Phone

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My phone is offline


check sim change sim reed ic

Dec 08, 2007 | Audiovox 8910 Cellular Phone

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3250 stays offline


your phone must be off another network either get a different sim card or you can get your phone unloced try trycktill.com these will give you the code and tell you how to do this hope this is some help to you

Oct 31, 2007 | Nokia 3250 Cellular Phone

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