I've had my little treasure for a long time now, basically, it sometimes turns off because of a loose battery connection, but that's solved by simply by taking out the battery putting it back in again and turning it on. I've done this countless times.
But today, when I decided to use my phone, I found it turned off. As I remembered it was low battery anyway, I put in the cable charger and it should've turned as it always does when putting in the charger. But it didn't. So I took out the battery put it back in and then turned it on.
Nothing. I tried taking the battery out over and over again. Nothing. My phone will simply not turn on, even with the cable charger plugged in.
I'm so frustrated and I cannot live without my mobile.
Please, please please !! Can anyone help me !??
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I had a problem similar to this, and I used YOUR solution to fix it. In fact looking for you to thank you for the idea is how I found this problem.
Sometimes even with the battery cover on and intact, the sensor does not correctly detect it. My screen was turning off randomly and sometimes would not even get through the Asus init before it would turn off again.
So, looking at the solution you posted I pushed a small wad of Kleenex in the hole and then put the cover back on. It's been running fine for almost a day now.
So, thanks for the suggestion. I had no idea that sensor was there.
I had 1 like that. Basically take the back off & look where the battery connects to the circuit board. The contacts come loose from the circuit board or the plastic around them cracks. The phone is still fine but it's no longer able to charge. I have the found battery contacts for sale online for about £3 but they need to be soldered back on to the board for the phone to work but don't know anyone who can/will do this yet. you can sometimes hold it off a little longer by using a bit of cardboard or superglue to hold them in place though!
I had the same problem with mine. It started reseting when I tried to connect wi-fi to my wireless network at home, as soon as I entered my security code. To fix this problem I had to turn off power on blackberry (If you hold power button of blackbery it will power off when it gets to desktop screen let it go and your bb will power off). then turn power off on your wireless router and your bb should turn on. Go to manage connections and turn wi-fi off. Apparently it is a bug in the os. mine works great.
hey there,I think i've just found the solution, there is a wee brass terminal inside the phone above and below the camera iris when you take the cover off and inside the cover there are little silver receiving terminals, those were needing cleaned and the back shoved fully on, when i did this the phone started straight away.
I think that these additional terminal point complete the baterry circuit and let the phone know the back is on.
The only solution that I found was a hard-reset...
Simply remove the back cover of your Ppc removing the four little screws located on the cornes. Then disconnect the battery plug which is a rectangular white plastic piece with four red and black wires. Hold on for about 10 minutes.
Plug it again and put the back cover...
The only little problem is that you just lose all your data... so, unless you have a backup (if you are using MS Outlook in your desktop system you have one) you will be prepared to type again all your data..