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I have had x2 Nokia N70 which whilst both connected to my laptop (it's a clean laptop no viruses, as upto to date with Anti Virus Software and also used only at work for which there is a very tight firewall), each has suddenly, after being connected for a while, files (.mp3 clips) have been transfered, the phone was sync'd with my outlook and also I have sent text messages (All without problems).
I am now unable to power on the phone and it's dead as a dodo.
I would like another one, so it will again be return it under the 14 day money back option, but this is becoming annoying.
Can anyone help please?
Any advise suggestions would be greatly appreciated.
Hi, i got my N70 2 months ago and , while i was updating my phone software via Nokia software updater. My phone got disconnected before the update has completed now my phone is off, i tried to turn it on several times, but it didn't work (it won't Power on). What should i do?
Hi exactly the same thing happened to me. Was connected by cable to my PC (incidentaly this took hundreds of attempts to get the synchronisation software working), the phone was getting updated with the new software. Half-way through, the phone shuts down and hasn't been able to power up since.
The same thing has happened to my n70 - can you tell me whether the reloading of the firmware was successful? Please tell me that it was and is now working perfectly! At least the backup of data to my laptop worked.