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Wannabe Geek

Topic # 31228 9-Mar-2009 17:04
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I have had my Sanyo M1 since Telecom brought them out, Great phone, but all of a sudden it wont turn on, unsure why. It has not been damaged in anyway.

All I want to know is to how to either turn it on without sending it to get repaired. Or be able to get the photo's and contacts off it somehow as I will be upgrading to a new one. Please note that this phone doesn't turn on.

I have tried a replacement battery and it still doesn't work.

If anyone could help, that would be gratefully appriecated.

Cheers Adam

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  Reply # 200190 9-Mar-2009 17:10
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This type of issue can not be fixed over the net it could anything


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Ultimate Geek

  Reply # 200217 9-Mar-2009 18:40
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Catch 22.  Don't send it away to get it fixed if you want to save the phone numbers.  They are most likely to be lost when fixing it, as I have been told by Telegistics.  If you aren't sure, take it to a mobile phone shop for them to look at.  Maybe it's only the battery contacts bent or broken?  It won't be under warranty since you have had it since day one...


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Wannabe Geek

  Reply # 200719 11-Mar-2009 21:10
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Thanks for your help so far,
Just wondering if anyone knew of any software that can get into a cellphones internal memory when a cell phone wont turn on.

Any help will be grateful.

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