Question about Nokia N95 Cellular Phone
The phone switches on, i know this because i can hear it and the buttons light up, however there is nothing on the screen, its as if it's switched off.
If i take it into a store to be repaired will they delete all the songs, pictures and videos?
Most likely the data on your phone will be wiped out.
just do a back up on your phone by connecting it to the computer.
use the tv cable adaptor and connect it to your phone to see the content on your phone with the use of your tv whilst using the usb cable to connect your phone to the computer.
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
SOURCE: MY nokia N95 8GB Front cam
My camera started working again !!
Originally my n95 8gb is the rm-320 (or n95-2 8gb), I changed the region code of the product so I could use spanish language on it since the beginning and it all worked fine.
After the 15.xx xx firmware messed it up, and installed firmware 20.xx and did not fix a thing in the phone.
I was almost resigned until last weekend, I ran out of battery and the only charger I had in hand was an E65 , which uses a lower ohm/amperage
and then two days later the camera just started working again !
MHhhhhh strange thing, but now that i recall, when charging with the original adapter the screen sometimes used to flash a bit, as if it was some electrical deficiency or excesiveness.
greetings and hope this helps you, I will NEVER update firmware again, thats what i´ve learned from this model.
Posted on Jun 04, 2008
if its blank you have to replace the lcd screen with a new one.
sometimes it maybe a flex cable problem which occurs in some slide phones.
at mobile phone repair stores, the cost of an original lcd screen replacement is usually $150-$200, though sometimes an original lcd screen may not be fitted into your device but rather a hong-kong made one which is similar to the original but is less brighter and a little less sharper.
if you take it to a nokia care centre to replace the lcd screen you may have to pay over $250.
you can just buy an lcd screen off ebay, replacing the lcd screen yourself isnt hard with the tools provided. you just have to take the ribbon cable from the old lcd screen and insert the new lcd screen and plug in the ribbon cable for it.
the reason for original Nokia n95 8Gb lcd screens being so expensive to repair/replace is that it is also the same lcd screen used for the Nokia N96.
Posted on Aug 15, 2009
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