My phone ran out of juice one day, when I attempted to charge it after work, it wouldn't bring the charging screen up, I just keep getting the same blinking verizon wireless screen. It holds the charge when i plug it in, so i know it's not a battery issue, i tried changing chargers and batteries, but whenever i attemp to power on the phone, i get the same blinking verizon wireless screen. I've taken it to the verizon techs, they tried to flash it, but the machine wouldn't even recognize it as a phone...any ideas?
Well, the cause is definately a software issue...what caused it is hard to say. could be physical or moisture damage, but if u are certain that is not the issue, the phone can be replaced under the warranty if u have had it less than a year, or if u have the extended warranty. if it is damaged or out of warranty, you can use ur insurance, if you have it.
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Read page 16 of the manual. Do not use any other charger with this camera. Are you sure you have the battery inserted correctly? When trying to charge, does the green light blink? If so, when it stops blinking and turns off, the battery should be fully charged. Do not attempt to turn the camera on while the charger is trying to charge the battery.
well you have not detailed your problem fully, like:- 1#is their any problem with your screen also. 2#is your Phone not getting start or its getting start but screen does not displays any thing. 3# If rest functions are okay, other than screen, when your phone is getting start? 4#or your battery is just not getting charged?
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well, at last i can suggest that, please do conform if your battery is getting charged, touch the copper pin of your battery with your naked tongue, and examine if it is charged with the magnitude of its shock. if they are charged then their is some problem with your phone. well, at last try cleaning the pin of your charged battery and the pin of your phone by petrol dipped cotton. And check if both pin are getting touched correctly, then again re start your phone. best of luck trying! regards!
New cell phones should be charged minimum of 8 hours before you fully use it. If you have done this, and still it won't turn on, there's no other way but use your warranty. Bring it to any service centers indicated in your warranty card.
You may need to keep it plugged in and charged for a few hours before you turn it on again. I ran into a similar issue where there was no juice left in the battery, but after doing a full charge, it worked fine.
you are experiencing sony's white screen of death, its commonon SE models - its a problem in their software / firmware. You will need to have it flashed by a professional service center, as it is a DB2020 and would require about an hour of work. If it's under warranty bring it to the original store for an exchange or free repair