I've had a lot of trouble with my N95's power button; had it fixed several times. But that might not be the problem. Typically what happens is that I'll get an incoming call, and try to answer it, but maybe touch the wrong button and the phone locks. Can't answer the call, call get it to hang up. It just freezes. Finally have to take the battery out of the back to get it to turn off, and then it won't turn back on. Is there a reset button or procedure I should try? If not, can anyone recommend a place to get it fixed? Nokia U.S. won't have anything to do with it because they say it was originally sold outside the U.S.
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Re: Won't Turn On
Hi there jg3arrow hope this will work for you. maybe its a software problem here's the tricks: backup contacts first. then power off the phone first then PRESS and HOLD "CALL KEY" + "* KEY" +
"3 KEY" then power on the phone just hold and wait till NOKIA LOGO
appears then release. finish, phone will be ok. you will know that you
successfully format the phone cuz' all your data form the phone will be
back to normal.
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Gary, Could be power supply failure. Links below for trouble shooting your problem. "I hope this helped you out, if so let me know by pressing the helpful button. Check out some of my other posts if you need more tips and info."
I have a ip2600 that has had the waste ink absorber msg come up twice. After trying several recommended fixes involving pressing the Resume key twice then 4 times, etc., I've found the perfect solution. Start by cleaning the waste pads with tweezers, etc. 1. Press Power Off 2. Disconnect Power Cord 3. At SAME TIME, Press & HOLD Power Key while re-connecting Power cord 4. Release the Power button 5. Press the power button again This will work!