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Insert sim from the network that it is locked to. Turn on phone On home Screen, Slide up phone Type 2945#*# ENG. Mode menu should appear Go Down to Factory Reset Select it, may take a few minutes to reset! This will reset the phone back to before the Phone was locked to a network The phone will automaticaly Restart(Note The Network Logo At start up will not change) Now insert Any simcard(Not tested with 3 sims)and the phone should turn on normaly The phone is now unlocked and you can customise the setting as you like.
you could have a problem with your phone that needs repair or it could just be a bad battery. I wowuld take it back to the provider or wherever you got it an tell them you want another phone, if they refuse ask if you can at least have a new battery. Try the new battery and see if it corrects the problem.
I think that you would have to get this professionally done. It might be able to down by an individual that is untrained but there is a high risk of messing up your phone. Take it to a professional and the parts so it will cost less.
I have the same phone and it is doing the same thing, i called about it and i was told to bring it back to the dealer as it needs to have it's software up dated, he called it a "flash" I haven't had it done yet but will report back when and if it works for me.....