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If the same voltage, physical dimensions and technology (NiMh / NiCAD, etc.) they are interchangeable. A *new* 950 mAH rated battery will power the phone under identical usage a little longer than a *new* 900mAH rated battery. I choose the higher mAH rated batteries whenever possible and at comparable prices because of this - everyone ought to, too.
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Hi Angel, think I have the same problem...lg420. sorry don't have an answer...mine is at&t. Really hate going to at&t store, they are friendly, if they think you are there to buy something.
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try letting the battery completely die and recharge it. Do this 2 or 3 times. Sometimes "topping up" a partially charged battery puts a memory into the battery and it wont allow you to do full charge.. I let my Nokia get to its last legs before replacing the battery with a spare and then fully charge the other one. Both batteries are now at least 6 years old.. Yes , its an old phone...
Typically, if any phone also uses a USB charger for using a laptop of desktop PC, then it's no problem as long as the charger adapter fits the phones. (USB ports are standardized at 5 VDC output, so anything of 6 VDC and less will work just fine. A lower voltage will take longer for your phone to charge. DO NOT GO OVER 6VDC for phones that accept a USB charger adapter from a PC.
Certain mobilephone upgrades affect the ability of TracFone customers to send text messages internationally. Some of the phones identified to have had this SMS issue are the LG290C, LG420G and Samsung T301G. The problem is present when an error message appears on your TracFone device after you send a text message to an international number that says, "Check SMS Restrictions."
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Did you upgrade from the 420G to 440G? Certain mobile phone upgrades affect the ability of TracFone customers to send text messages internationally. Some of the phones identified to have had this SMS issue are the LG290C, LG420G and the Samsung T301G. The problem is present when an error message appears on your TracFone device after you send a text message to am international number that says, "Check SMS Restrictions"
Or your phone isn't capable of texting internationally.If it's supposed to then you need to call Tracfone customer service and tell them.
To change the time on a Tracfone LG440G, turn the phone "off", then turn it back "on". If that doesn't work, turn it "off", remove the battery, reinstall the battery, turn it "on". Time should display properly. No way to change the time manually.