My Iphone 5Â was on charge this morning for 4 hours. I tried turning it on this after noon and nothing happened! My on/off button has not worked for several months.Â I press and hold the home button and nothing happens!
My battery in my blackberry curved died. I have plugged it into the wall charger. It turns on and it says it is charging but it still says I have zero battery, its been plugged in for 3 hrs. When I disconnect the phone from the plus it turns off.
My XPeria X10 is not charging since 24 hours and it is prompting by asking charging phone, connect phone and other option and nothing was acknowledged after selecting any three of the options. I dont know why? I bought this phone with lot of passion(since it is sony made) 10 months back and i really regret of buying this phone now.It doesn't has any warranty as it is bought from Singapore and i'm in India now. Please help me out with a solution apart from suggesting me to go to Sony Ericsson Service Center(They only discuss commercials despite of criticality of the part which is failed and no customer service is to be expected). The phone support is one more farse that the technician will be a very normal person and he only suggest to take the phone to nearest sony ericsson service center without even listening to your actual problem.
I have a problem with charging my phone, no matter if via usb charger or AC-10 charger that came with the device. The problem is, charging indicator does not stop even after several hours of charging. Battery is charged at 98% or so. It happens very often, but not always.
When I use an older, slower charger for my GS6 overnight, my battery usually lasts all day, unless under HEAVY use of video or music. However, when I use the Fast Charging cord that was boxed with my GS6, it seems to charge to 100% at lightning speed, but then seems to lose power 5 times faster the next day. I may barely use my phone for <10 minutes during the day, and it is down to 10% by 5pm! So, fast charging = faster battery loss? I'm not seeing an upside to the Fast Charging, at all.
for a few weeks my, c. 14 month old, sgs2 has been acting strangely. some days, the battery drains in just a few hours, sometimes saying charging when disconnected from charger, then saying it's stopped charging due to high voltage the screen turning on every 3-4 minutes when charging, voice input screen popping up even though it's turned off the clock/weather screen randomly appearing and other weirdness?
It is happening so much right now. I always get texts later or they come out of order or hours late. My GF has the same problem with her edge on Sprint. I'm thinking it's the network cuz she had an iPhone before and our texts have always came in out of order or super late.
For the past month, my galaxy S6 has been having problems. The screen won't turn on when I press the home or power button. Also when I plug it to its charger, the screen still won't turn on and the LED won't turn red as well. When this happens, I know for a fact that the phone is still turned on because the notification light blinks because of the received notification sometime during its idle time. Here's what I've tried so far:
- I am able to force reset the device by holding the power and volume down button until it restarts. I felt relieved that I am able to restart my phone when it happened the first time but pretty annoyed when it kept on happening.
- I tried clearing cache partition in recovery mode. At first I thought it worked but still...
-I already did a factory reset (twice) but right after the latest hard reset just 3 or 4 hours into it, still screen won't turn on.
- Earlier I thought that it was because of the notifications I was receiving while I was asleep (viber, facebook, sms) since when I woke up in the morning and the screen won't turn on, I had pending notifications. But recently, the screen won't turn on after being idle for a few hours without received notifications.
At first I thought it was a software issue but I'm starting to think that it might be a hardware issue. I'm planning to take it to Samsung in a few days if the problem won't go away. My device is not rooted by the way.
Every single member of our family was awakened at 2 am last night when their phones were beeping about a system update. ALL of our phones were in "Do Not Disturb" mode with the only exclusion list being a couple family members' phone numbers. There is no option to block system update alerts in the middle of the night. There is no slider to select/deselect that. It seems like this would be a pretty basic option.
I recently downloaded BBM updated version and rebooted the phone, which rendered the phone completely useless. It does not boot up, just gets stuck at the Blackberry first loading page with the status bar showing 100%.
My W385 went through a rough patch. Anyway, I flashed the firmware to it (it was displaying "init usb_bootloader" prior to the flash). Now it displays "needs initial programming" after it boots. My local Verizon "Store" said it could not be restored.
I plugged in my iphone 4s to a receiver using a usb cord to play music and after 5-10 seconds of playing, the music stopped and the phone screen went to the welcome settings/start up settings. Is there something I can do to restore the phone and not lose data since my last sync?
I have an older Curve, and recently changed my gmail password. For the first time I can remember, the phone needs me to enter the Key Store password. (T-Mobile has a security certificate with some issue, and I need to tell the phone, "Trust Certificate".)
I don't think I've ever dealt with Key Store password before. My PIN doesn't work. I have never enabled the phone's Password, never set the password.
Searches here in support plus reading the User's manual for this model 8320 tells me lots of info about the Key Store - including, I might have to reset the phone (and lose lots of data) - however no where have I determined, how was this password initially set? When I reset the phone, how do I even find out what the new password is? Is this something RIM sets, or T-Mobile sets, or do I set it? (Yes I see that I can change it - but only if I know what the existing password is.)
I purchased a Playbook a week ago, have tried three times to do the initial download which I guess has to happen before you can do anything else with it. I was following instructions correctly to the best of my knowledge but everytime it says "download failed." I am very concerned that I register my new Playbook in time to get the warranty. I use a local ISP, DSL connection.
I recently downloaded and installed the new iOS 5.1 onto my iPhone 3GS. However, I can't actually gain access to my phone at all because the phone won't let me activate during the initial set up. My phone also keeps telling me that I have no service in the upper left hand corner when I always seemed to on the previous iOS I had (note: I have not played around with the sim at all).
I've just got an E7 and started to set it up. When the option to transfer the address book from another Nokia phone was chosen, the phone simply died. It doesn't turn on anymore, the light does not appear when the charging cable in plugged in, and, well, it's overall not responsive.
I bought an E6-00 just one and a half month ago. Although its operating system kept restarting itself since the first time I bought, I did not care much about that as the phone was running ok after restarting itself. However, it finally gave a disk error yesterday and stuck in its main desktop screen. Then I turned the device off and when I turned it on again, it is stuck in the initial white screen where a Nokia logo was supposed to appear. Nothing happens then; the white screen persists until the battery is empty.
I recently got a Blackberry Bold 9900 and went to "create account" but made a typo in the initial account email setup. (I entered in "jamed" instead of "james" to have it sync with my email. I cannot see any way to fix this (I'm very new to blackberry)
When logging to iTunes to download updates I am presented with an appleid that is not correct. If I cancel after trying to use the incorrect Id the login screen finally displays the correct appleid. How can I get the correct applied to appear on the initial login screen?
I have a stock Xoom wifi and have had it since day 1. Until the 3.2 a couple months back it worked fine... well as good as the subpar tegra2 will allow it anyway. Since the update I get regular wifi dropouts. Sometimes it happens when using the browser. I'll get a pop up that says it can't connect to the server or something like that. It isn't a regular interval. It will go 5 minutes, 30 minutes, 2 minutes, whatever. But I'm used to seeing it.
It is really evident when I try to play media via dlna from my linux server. Whether it's a HD or SD file media will stop playing using any media player (Dice, rockplayer) or any dlna client software (Upnp, BubbleUpnp, Twonky). Sometimes it happens after 30 seconds, sometimes after 5-10 seconds, other times right away. But it never makes it past a few minutes.
My router is a linksys wrt610n running dd-wrt and using both 5ghz (channel 48, n-only) and 2.4ghz bands with WPA2-AES. I've run enough test to prove it isn't the router. For my latest test I started playing an episode of the muppets show ( ) on the xoom connected on the 5ghz channel and my droid X on the 2.4 ghz channel. The xoom drops out of playing after a minutes, my X keeps playing. I switch the xoom to 2.4ghz and play the episode again. The xoom drops out again after 30 seconds. X is still going. I go upstairs and work out while watching the rest of the episode fine on my X.
While I'm streaming media I watched bandwidth monitors on the router. The droid X looks very stable with the connection rate around the same Mbps as the video file. The xoom looks like a slasher movie. It spikes to a real high rate (20mbps-ish) 2-4 times the file's rate, then it drops to about 0. It quickly spikes to about double the file's bit rate and then drops back to just above 0 again. It keeps this up until it finally just stops.
I did a device reset on saturday and all it did was annoy me as I had to re-setup everything again. The straw that finally got me was I need the device to develop an app that uses my LAN constantly and I can't since the connection isn't stable.
To summarize. Every wifi device on my network works fine (laptop, 2 droid X phones, and a printer) and my Xoom worked fine right up until I received the 3.2 update. Now it barely works.
I've read the initial charge just needs make the charging indicator turn green as the current is switched off by the phone then. Part way through the first charge I identically turned it on, I shut it down straight away, will this cause a problem with the battery capacity? I've read it should be a constant charge or are battries these days much more robust?