Phone Doesn't Always Turn On....When it does, it flashes continuously!
I have a Motorola e815. The casing holding the antenna broke off a while ago, but it was still very operable as long as the two metals were making contact. Suddenly, I woke up one day after charging it and whenever I try to turn it on, it either doesn't work or the HelloMoto screen flashes forever. It only turns on when plugged into the charger.
Verizon told me it had water damage because the sticker was red. However, I never dropped it in water -- I am certain -- and it had not been near water for the two weeks after I glued the antenna casing back on. Did glue get on the chip? Please help!
Thanks in advance,
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By default the lock code on CDMA phones is the last 4 digits of the phone number so if you number was 555-555-0909 your lock code will be 0909 unless other wise changed, other than that the only way to get the code is trial and error.
Leave it on charger on a while. And then turn on.
If no luck try to open and clean it inside.
If than is not enough phone have not contact with power.
That is usually for old phones just don't turning on.
Here is a link for your phone at motorola. If you cannot get there by just clicking the link, then copy and paste. http://www.motorola.com/mdirect/manuals/e815VZW_9491A79O.pdf Or just copy and paste the main www.motorola.com
I've had a similar problem with alarms not going off. In my case, it was caused by receiving a text message that was unanswered between the time that I set the alarm, and the time that it was supposed to go off. Try reading all your text messages, deleting all messages, and then take the battery out and put it back in after a few minutes. The last part is to reset any caching, but the first two steps followed by a turn off/turn on should also do the trick.