Hello-i would like to be able to charge my phone from my notebook! the manual states this is possible! i tried it with the correct cord but i receive the add hardware set-up.is there any way around this? i probably need the cd from motorola-right? thanks
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If you do not have a landline telephone service provider to which you pay for monthly service, then that is why no calls can be made or received with that phone.
Another possibility is that your landline phone is not installed correctly. Or, the phone may also need to be plugged into an electrical outlet. Double check the phone cord/s and where they are inserted into phone jacks in the wall.
By the way, your question landed in the category for Cell Phones.
MMS configuration settings will come from your telephone provider.There are options for manually entering the settings and there is OTA (over the air mms config settings)you need to contact your service provider for you to get the correct config settings.After you received the settings, you need to send an MMS to your own number to try the capabilities of sending and receiving feature of your phone for MMS.Possible rates and data charges may apply.
Try pulling the battery for about 60 seconds, and clean the contacts and make sure that the battery sits properly and has good contact with the phone.
The LG Ally is designed to turn on while it is charging, so try attaching it directly to a wall socket and possibly using another charging cord if you can. If a new cord plugged into the wall does not turn the phone on, the phone probably has a severe hardware issue that you may not be able to correct through repair, I would recommend sending it in for warranty repair if you are still under warranty unless the phone has physical or water damage.
1. the cord is bad, to test this go to local PC shop and buy a universal power cord test it with this cord. If it works then your cord was bad and you have purchased the correct part. If it doesnt work return cord for a refund.
2. The connector inside the laptop that the power cord connects to is loose and has a short in it. If its loose take it to a PC Shop that knows how to solder and have them reconnect it securely.
3. The laptop has incurred internal damage possibly from a fall or ruff handling. If this is the case the Motherboard may need to be replaced. If this is the case consider purchasing a new laptop.