|Author: Mahesh 29 Apr 2016 Member Level: Gold Points : 3 (Rs 3) Voting Score: 0|
Most of the time the device goes on and off due to power issues. If there are battery issues, then the device is likely to turn itself off every now and then. Another problem that seems to be quite common is that old symbian phones had bluetooh virus issues. So this virus used to auto turn off the machine. And for that reason the OS was supposed to be patched on regular basis.
The model these days is no longer supported. Also the the device issues and patches are not online supported on their sites either. You have no option than to just keep using it as long as possible and then dump the phone.
The Symbian operating system is very old in that model. And the device parts must be ageing today. So expect this problem on recurring basis from here onward.
|Author: Pawan Kumar 29 Apr 2016 Member Level: Silver Points : 1 (Rs 1) Voting Score: 0|
I think it is virus issue. The most common signs of a virus are slow functioning, frequent freezing, switch off automatically, restart, not booting properly. To remove virus first install a good repute antivirus, update it and scan entire memory if there is any virus delete it. Or reset the phone to its original settings.
|Author: Krishna Teja Yeluripati 08 Jun 2016 Member Level: Gold Points : 2 (Rs 2) Voting Score: 0|
As you mentioned that the problem persists even after you replaced your old battery with a new one, the problem may be due to corrupted data. First of all, make sure that your phone is completely free from virus infected files. If the problem still persists, do 'factory data reset' which resets your phone to the state in which it is when purchased but all of the data in your phone including contacts, messages etc,. will be deleted. So, make a copy of your important data before doing 'factory data reset'.
Hope this answer helps to solve your problem.