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Old 06-03-2010, 03:25 PM
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Diamond p3700 wont boot up

Hi my diamond wont boot up when i press start button nothing happens i have tryed putting the wall charger on it but nothing taking the battery out for a long time but nothing happens tryed resetting it soft and hard but nothing and my pc does not find the diamond what can a guy doo please anybody help me
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Re: Diamond p3700 wont boot up

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Hi my diamond wont boot up when i press start button nothing happens i have tryed putting the wall charger on it but nothing taking the battery out for a long time but nothing happens tryed resetting it soft and hard but nothing and my pc does not find the diamond what can a guy doo please anybody help me
Is that a CDMA Diamond or GSM? You could try putting it into bootloader and then reflashing your stock carrier rom.

Bootloader = VolumeDown + Power Button
Hard Reset = VolumeDown + OK + Power Button
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Re: Diamond p3700 wont boot up

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Is that a CDMA Diamond or GSM? You could try putting it into bootloader and then reflashing your stock carrier rom.

Bootloader = VolumeDown + Power Button
Hard Reset = VolumeDown + OK + Power Button
Hi itīs a cdma diamond ive tryed soft and hard reset nothing happens and my pc does not detect me diamond
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Old 06-03-2010, 07:28 PM
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Re: Diamond p3700 wont boot up

Can You ener the tri-color screen? (bootloader)
try holding down volume down key and the power button while you push the reset button with the stylus.
If that works you will be in a rainbow colored screen from there you can plug in the computer to flash a new rom. make sure its CDMA or GSM it is very important..
-if you want to restore the factory rom hold the power button, volume down key, the touch wheel button, and reset with stylus.. i know its awkward, but it works..
Are you sure that you unlocked your phone? the colored screen should sy unlocked on the top somewhere..
... like wmdunn said ...just tried to explain better
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Re: Diamond p3700 wont boot up

I can not enter the tri color screen and i have tried too reset the phone by pressing the buttons but nothing happens . I was flashing my diamond when everything went blank and been blank screen ever since
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I can not enter the tri color screen and i have tried too reset the phone by pressing the buttons but nothing happens . I was flashing my diamond when everything went blank and been blank screen ever since
Could you possibly have a bad battery?
Were you unlocking/flashing your device before this happened? Did it just start this behavior randomly?
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Re: Diamond p3700 wont boot up

Hi i dont think i have a bad battery and i was flashing my diamond when this happend
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Re: Diamond p3700 wont boot up

i mesured the battery with a volt meter and it is 3,57 volts and i think it is gsm 3g not cdma

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Try hooking it up to your charger for a few hours and see if it will charge up a little and then try some things. When you plug in the charger do you see any charging lights or any activity?
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Re: Diamond p3700 wont boot up

I tried that last nigth to charge left the phone four a few hours with charger on but nothing

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