Message alert rang and as I was about to answer it, the phone just turned into a blank blue background - no porgrams seen on the screen. I'm trying to turn it off but it won't turn off. tried opening the camera but nothing can be seen except blue background. What's safest thing to do? remove battery? I was still able to answer a phone call though by simply sliding the phone
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I had a similar problem recently.Where messages would recieve, but no alert, no vibrate, no notice of "1 new message received". Even restarting the phone wouldn't solve this.
I eventually managed to resolve this by freeing up some space from the phone (old messages, photos,etc) and restarting. I haven't had a problem since.
Hope this helps you, and please rate this solution, thanks :)
"Unable to Activate Data Transfer Mode. Mass memory is in use by another application."
It's likely that several applications are running in the background of your phone. I believe the N95 runs on the Symbion OS. I'm not sure how to walk you through pulling up a task manager application to manually close the running applications, but the simple answer to this problems is for you to turn your phone completely off and turn it back on again. This should close all the applications that were running in the backgound.
Give it a soft reboot i.e. remove the battery while the phone is powered up and leave disconnected for approx. 30seconds. Reinsert the battery and it should all be fine. Ive jsut had this problem on mine and its fixed now, plays the alert and shows up on the mian screen.
It must be a connection problem, to the LCD, or the light is not working.
Can only be sorted by looking at it really.
Back to Telstra I'm afraid. If it's new let them sort it out, if it's not try a reset take the sim card out first then input this code *#7780# (Best to use this code as a last resort) Give it time to work.