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manin

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Hi I have a chinese phone (Star A5000) with Android 2.2.1.
I did something to my phone, and it rejects all incomings calls, or says that my phone is off.
I restored factory settings but when I used my email, it recieved the data and did the same again.
So i need to erase data from the server, and restore sim settings.
Or at least only the 1st one.
Thanks
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Good morning....
Now it works...
Even I don't know what I did :whistling: :whistling: :whistling:
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More than likely you turned the radio app off in your settings. This turns off all phone calls and text messages. The chinese phones may not have network capabilities, so they use the radio for the network. You may have turned the radio back on trying to download a app or file to the phone. By not being network capable you don't have to have a data plan with the phone. Chinese phones are great for people who only want to make phone calls or text messages. Just be aware that some chinese phones need extra-long microUSB plugs, as some poor design work on the phones makes standard USA chargers NOT be able to charge them, because the plug is not long enough.

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