When i try to connect with some websites i get the same message saying my phone does not support flashplayer and redirects me to a download site to download a flashplayer. when i talked with customer service i was told there was a site to download but they couldn't tell me actual site name ....Can u help
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Hi there your setting may be incorrect you should go the phone settings and carefully go through it and make sure the settings are right.If you have the manual for the phone you can follow the steps in the manual,you can also go to the manufacturer website by using a computer for more information about the problem.
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If this occurs when you use the AC wall charger the phone could be ruined.
Verify by connecting the phone WITHOUT the battery and look for a brief hourglass / busy indidcator then a "No Battery" or "Insert Battery" message likely in stark font on a bare background. IF your phone spits that message w/o the battery then the issue could be as simple as a malfunctioning battery and consider trying a working battery to determine if your original problem recurs.
You can also dissamble the phone and examine the solder connectors from the power / data input to look for any weakness or breaks, if so then a simple solder repair will save your expensive berry.
This is almost certainly a problem with your phone not having the correct Message Centre settings (have you ever used this phone with a different carrier?).
The Message Centre number can be found in Messaging/Settings/Text Message/Text Message Centre. You will probably need to check with your Service Provider to get the correct number, although you may find it on their website.
I am assuming that you purchased this as an unlocked phone? It needs to be set up with your carrier if you already have not. If you did a full reset, the settings for your carrier most likely were not retained through the reset. The reason you would get this message on your phone would be if the messaging is not set up properly, it will try to use other resources on your phone not meant for messaging.
If your on T-Mobile, go to http://tmobileuspublic.wdsglobal.com/ and follow the instructions to set up messaging and web.
If your on AT&T Wireless, go to http://selfcare.mycingular.net:8082/scgui/ and follow the instructions to set up messaging and web.