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Old May 16th, 2012, 08:33 AM   #2 (permalink)
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--Plug your phone into your USB connection.

--Go to START then CONTROL PANEL then DEVICE MANAGER. Scroll down to "Ports(Com and LPT)" Expand it and your phone SHOULD be listed with a "COM7", "COM3" etc....

--Get YOUR "COM" number and remember it. This is what USB port you are plugged into. (If you don't see your phone, the drivers are NOT installed correctly.)

--Open and extract the Test Mode Zip on your desktop

--Open up the folder "Test Mode Fix" You should be looking at this.

--Open the drop down menu and find YOUR "COM" port.

--Click on CONNECT after you select YOUR "COM" and it SHOULD look like this.

--It takes 2-3 seconds and your phone will reboot if it is successful.

CONGRATULATIONS. You are now out of the dreaded TEST MODE.

Now for the fun stuff. Let's get your service back working.
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