I purchased a V171 (motorola) from SunCom in April, 2006. Now the phone is malfunctioning, when you power it up sometimes the display comes up fine then it may stay there all day or it may be back to a blank screen the next time you go to use it at no certain time period or span.
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for powering on use ur phone charged for sometime wait for some time after charging and press contiously the power bottone of ur phone untill the phone start fully first it flash a white blank screen and then it start.
after start of phone Please reset your phone setting without data loss it only reset your settings like as ringtones,skins,etc. as defult settings U follow it work Menu>Settings>Initial Setup>Master Reset>"ur secuirty code" It takes sometime and then it free from this problem
100% that it matters if your phone is T-Mobile and your provider is Suncom. The phone has a TMob. firmware installed in it, so it is configured to TMob. infrastructure....in other words, TMob does not a Web Session. It might have something similar(parameters) that MIGHT work on Suncom, but that's a guessing game...
As for the Unlocking part, it just means that you can put a Suncom, or any other SIM card and it would work...(mainly for voice calls). Try to find a phone Flashing shop and have it flahed with Suncom's firmware.
Which phone do you have? You should be able to Suncom's website and activate it right online.. If not you can take it to any Suncom store and tell them to activate it or call your CS and tell them the same thing.. At& T runs on the same technology as Suncom so there shouldn't be any issue