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Nokia 5235 rm 588 not charging solution and diagram.

Plug charger and not charging

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Not charging 5235

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Nokia 5235 not charging problem

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Change ur battery.

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i have a nokia 5230. I installed kms 9. Installed time not ask security. Now it locked. Now it is not uninstall. Uninstalling time ask security. Pls help me

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hi you can use codes to unlock the mobile .you can get the codes from here mobileunlocksolutions here they ask the following details before providing you the codes they are mobile model,country and the provider to which the mobile is locked .finally they will send you the codes to unlock your mobile .you can get the instructions about how to use the codes in your mobile from here mobileubnlockguide here they provide you the step by step instructions about how to use the codes in your mobile .

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problem is with the hardware of the handset so visit nearest nokia care . or visit http://nokia.com to get info about ur handset problem

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When I plug it in to charge it does nothing. No lights the gauge doesn't move . Any ideals ? She have had problems like this for years off and on . They send out a repair man and it will work for a short...


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