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    SRCP Question

    Hi everyone,

    This may be a stupid question, but what does SRCP actually stand for?

    I've been reading numerous threads regarding SRCP, but none of them really explain the problem.

    Thanks,

    Dawn

    P.S. Still Love my 7135.

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    SRCP = Service Required, Contact Provider. It means there is a serious hardware problem with the device.
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    Basically its a problem on the phone side. All Kyocera phones face the possibility of one day going SRCP. It is relatively the same as another manufaturer's phone suddenly going "no Service" despite service being available. Some Kyoceras are more prone to SRCP than others. The 7135 is one of them, unfortunately.

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    Thanks for the info. I hope my phone is spared

    Dawn

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    will flashing the phone cure scrp?

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    Originally posted by adrian8981
    will flashing the phone cure scrp?
    Usually, no. It's a hardware problem. Can't fix that by flashing it with software.
    Michael

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    A few brave souls with phones completely out of warranty have disassembled their phones, securing the connector btw. the 2 boards in hopes of getting rid of SRCP. Mostly its temporary, but there is an entire thread dealing with it on the forum. SRCP is in the heading.

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