I am the CEO of an Information Technology corporation that does everything from data center design and construction to mobile device repair with just about everything in between.
Rispondi a "Signal goes from full to searching... and then requires me to activate"It sounds like the carrier/provider settings may not be correct in your phone. Contact your provider and confirm the settings you find when the phone is activated are correct. Find them with the below instructions: Settings > General > About > Note the following: 1. Network 2. Carrier Your provider may ask for your devices IMEI, have that ready. Is the phone unlocked?
Rispondi a "How do I fix my Lenovo laptop's LEFT hinge?"The hinge is made of metal so you most likely cracked the plastic case and bent to metal hinge or it is possible broke the weak aluminum screws that hold the hinge to the laptop body. From the photo you posted it looks like the screws have come loose and possible broken. You need to get the top case off of the laptop and expose the part of the hinge that is inside the laptop body. It will look like this. http://i.imgur.com/Mr6RWF1.jpg Then post more photos so I can see what the damage really is or you can judge for yourself and might be able to bend the hinge back. ###WARNING### Remove the battery before dissembling laptop to avoid electric shock Under no circumstance use power tools to disassemble laptop.
Rispondi a "it wont turn on!"It sounds like you had a legitimate hardware failure with this device. To test further I would try the following: 1.) Plug the device into a different USB ports on the computer to ensure the computers USB ports are working properly and eliminate that as a factor. 2.) Plug the device into a USB wall charger to see if the screen shows anything. 3.) Try at your own risk. I have tried and had about 10% success withthis, place the device in the freezer for about 20 minutes. This shrinks the metal/glass case and puts a little extra pressure on any connections that could be loose. I have done this with iPhone but not iPod, the principle is the same though so it should apply. If this does not stimulate a reaction from the device we must assume hardware failure (I know it sucks but it happens). Unfortunately there are no tools that apple makes available to the public to diagnose these issue but any apple store or authorized dealer should diagnose for free and recommend a repair method. Not everything can be fixed at h...