Question about Cell Phones
Yikes... first, make sure any information on the device is backed up or written down somewhere.
Could be some stuck setting, or software glitch.. have you changed anything for incoming calls lately?? Restrictions or bans or such?
Power off for a few seconds and then back on is the first repair step for just about any problem.
If that doesn't help, then remove the battery from the phone (while it's on), and power it back up after a few seconds. Similar but it sometimes does a couple of things differently in this case.
If that doesn't help, you may want to try a RESET. This should reset your settings back to factory defaults. Some phone offer you two types, one is the basic one I just described that leaves your input data intact (like address/contact info).. the other is a master reset that CLEARS ALL DATA from the device, as well as resetting it back to factory defaults.
So take it a little at a time and make sure you have anything you don't want to lose written down somewhere. It's still possible you have hardware issues, but try the above steps to see if you can't get clear of it.
Posted on Jan 02, 2011
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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