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  1. #1
    no66y
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    Hi
    I have a T610 and every now and again [about once every week/two weeks] it
    locks up, crashes if u like.

    It wont do anything ie switch off etc. I have to physically remove the
    battery for 5 mins or so before it will work again.

    I have no idea why this happens :-(

    if i just remove the battery then put it straight back in, i can enter my
    pin number but pressing "ok" does nothing. The battery has to be out for a
    few mins at least.

    If it helps: the phone is **not** chocka block full of
    ringtones/games/pictures etc but the phone is on 24 hours a day, 7 days a
    week.

    Anyone have any ideas?

    I'd really appreciate any helpers.

    cheers


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  2. #2
    Paul Busby
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    Re: T610 lockup problem

    Thus spake no66y:
    > Hi
    > I have a T610 and every now and again [about once every week/two
    > weeks] it locks up, crashes if u like.
    >
    > It wont do anything ie switch off etc. I have to physically remove the
    > battery for 5 mins or so before it will work again.
    >
    > Anyone have any ideas?


    Sounds like new firmware is needed. Free for the 1st year.

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  3. #3
    no66y
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    Re: T610 lockup problem


    "Paul Busby" wrote in message
    > Sounds like new firmware is needed. Free for the 1st year.


    eeekkk... phone firmware - sounds like it could be dangerous in the wrong
    hands?


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  4. #4
    Paul Busby
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    Re: T610 lockup problem

    Thus spake no66y:
    > "Paul Busby" wrote in message
    >> Sounds like new firmware is needed. Free for the 1st year.

    >
    > eeekkk... phone firmware - sounds like it could be dangerous in the
    > wrong hands?


    Not if you take/send the phone to an SE service centre, network provider if
    branded or the chain you got it from. Some people buy/borrow an unlocking
    cable & do it themselves (with varying degrees of success).

    Mine was done recently buy my supplier CPW here in the UK. There's no
    guarantee that your contacts, ringtones, pictures etc won't be wiped in the
    process - I sync mine with Outlook so reloading contacts is fairly painless
    but all voice labels, ringtone & picture associations will need to be
    re-entered if the case.

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