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If it's vibrating it is getting power so that can't be the problem. Black screen would indicate a bad backlight usually.
Overall it sounds like your phone has become defective. There to cheap to have repaired, your better off replacing the phone as theres little you can do to fix that. I checked the troubleshooting for this phone and there are no fixes for these problems.
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pull the battery from it for a little while , if that don't do it its probably a display chip inside and it can't be replaced , they have been having problems with the screens on these phones , does the phone still work for recieving and sending calls? its not likely but not impossible the screen went
I had the exact same problem. Take the phone apart and wipe down he keypad with an alcohol soaked (very mild) q-tip. Let it dry and re-assemble the phone. It all works now!
There are 4 tiny screws under the back cover, unscrew all 4 (home depot carries the little star attachment in most tool sets). Then lift the blue cover off the keypad, the board in the middle stays attached to the headset. There is a little black rubber piece by the USB port keep an eye on it. Also do not pull the board away from the headset, you'll break a tiny silver ribbon.
To re-assemble just tuck the board back in the blue case, tighten the top screws half way. Flip over and tuck the side button connections in, then slip the face plate in top first and press down. Tighten remaining screws and you're done.
Open your phone to the qwerty keypad. In the righthand corner above and between the speaker and power/clear buttons, there should be a whiteish little button. Is anything obstructing it? Try pressing it gently a few times with a small phillips screwdriver or a ball-point pen top. GENTLY being the keyword! When you push that down, your outer screen should be lit up, and when you release it, it should light up the inside screen. Note that when your inside screen is lit, that your outer screen should light up blue-black-purple, and vice-versa.
If there is no obstruction that can be easily removed or fixed, I reccomend returning it to the retailer/company for a refund or new phone.
As a strobe owner, I understand your frustration. Worst phone I've had so far.
You Phone lcd has some problem or your flip doors are been lose so you must get your mobile phone check with someone proffesinal in repairing the mobile phone or if you mobile phone is under warrenty claim it .
I suspect your funny little symbol is a bluetooth icon.
Dig down into your settings menus and try two things.
First, look for a list of profiles and see if you can select one with a name like "General". Hopefully that will be enough to make the phone work.
If that doesn't look for the Bluetooth settings, and try disabling Bluetooth.