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Alternatively you can laboriously enter codes starting with 0000 and incrementing upwards until you hit it or remember it. Many phones will brick or lock up for awhile if you enter the wrong code so this may take a few weeks/months.
amandapan13 I want you to take the battery out of the phone. Also feel the battery to see if is swollen in the center of the phone. If the battery is swollen you need a new battery. Take the battery out and clean all the contacts. Then put the battery back in the phone to see if you still have that problem. It could be the phone itsel that is not working. Plug the phone in without the battery. See if you still get that message. Hope this help. One replace the battery if it is swollen. If the battery is not swollen take the phone to the nearest carrier and have them look at it for you.
Be sure that your batteries are fully charged and in fact using name brand rechargeable batteries. If you are using Alkalaid, make sure they are fresh. Alks after a use that runs them down will come back after awhile for some more pictures. If you have fresh batteries and the camera turns itself off after turning it on, it probably has a problem in the power supply section or the switching section on/off on a circuit board.
I know it sounds crazy but check to see if the floor mat is blocking gas pedal. I have seen this alot in my 30 years as a master tech.the way you describe it sounds like all the other cust of mine that had the same issue. hope that is all it is. good luck and let me know.
Update--after getting car back from 3rd shop, it ran flawlessly for about a week or ten days. Then started doing it again. I decided to do some more troubleshooting myself. While trying to track down the components of the fuel pump electrical circuit, I did quite a bit of wire wiggling at the firewall and inside behind the glove box (the location of the fuel pump relay on this car). I had a buddy turn key to "on" while listening for the fuel pump relay to click. When he did, the fuel pump ran 2-3 seconds just like its supposed to. The car started right up, and has ran since---two weeks now. My problem definitely now looks like a short in the wiring somewhere in the fuel pump circuitry. Next time it does it, I'll try to further narrow down the area of the problem. I found this one basically by accident.