About a week ago, I charged the phone as usual, after about 2 hours, I went to disconnect it from the charger when I noticed that the screen has gone white. It rings when someone calls it, viberates, and even it's keyboard turns light but the LCD displays nothing but a white screen, I took off the batteries for some hours and then it turned on, but the problem resists, every few days, it's screen goes white and I have to take off it's battery for some hours and it has coused me a lot of problems.
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In the manual with my Nokia 5230 Nokia says that when the indicator gives a sign about the unit being fully charged one is supposed first to take charger connected to the phone first and then the plug from the electricity. Take another look at the manual of your phone and checkonthe information on charging
I noticed this same issue with a phone I acquired... I would look in the plug at the 'bottom' of the phone, the charging/data port.
Most of the time the pins move a bit in normal use, and if the second to the right (with the keypad facing up) pin on the phone's port has moved, or (in my case) touched other pins/grounded out, that was the issue.
I have seen this on a few phones now... It was the plug, or the charger 'worn' out on the plug, causing mis-contact with the pins!