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Old 9th April 2011, 19:01   #7951
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I see an incoming call, I press the accept button and yet the screen shows it as incoming. I can talk to the person as well.
Thats a problem with my E72 as well as my E52 and with many other people's phones.

The only partially successful solution I know is - clear the phone log. and set the log to be relatively short as against a long log 'like 30 days'. . . . try it.
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Old 9th April 2011, 21:50   #7952
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Did you upgrade your firmware if not please update your firmware to latest. You can also Hard format your cell by using *#7370# Password 12345 (which is by default)
Tried punching the numbers you told me to. Nothing happened. It said "requesting" and then came back to the main screen.

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The only partially successful solution I know is - clear the phone log. and set the log to be relatively short as against a long log 'like 30 days'. . . . try it.
I have changed the log settings. Lets see how it performs. If it doesn't improve things, I will then try what Silversteed has suggested.

I m shocked that such an expensive phone doesn't have a reliable OS.

No wonder Nokia is losing its marketshare so rapidly.
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Old 9th April 2011, 23:07   #7953
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Tried punching the numbers you told me to. Nothing happened. It said "requesting" and then came back to the main screen
I think you missed the "*". You should enter STAR-HASH-7-7-8-0-HASH. The moment you press #, it'll prompt you to proceed with restoring factory settings, and ask for the unlock code. Give it a try
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Old 16th April 2011, 15:58   #7954
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Hey guys i am thinking of buying the Blackberry Flip 8230 CDMA phone from Cellwala. has anyone bought a mobile phone from them? Thanks
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Old 19th April 2011, 05:34   #7955
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Hello all, i am in the search for a cellphone in the below 9000 range. My priorities are:

1. Touchscreen
2. Good camera with flash.
3. Nokia only
4. 3G or video calling not required.
5. GPS

Waiting for inputs.
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Old 19th April 2011, 12:31   #7956
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Hello all, i am in the search for a cellphone in the below 9000 range. My priorities are:
1. Touchscreen
2. Good camera with flash.
3. Nokia only
4. 3G or video calling not required.
5. GPS
Waiting for inputs.
Sorry friend, Nokia phone with touchscreen, GPS and good camera with flash is not available in this price range.

You will have to increase your budget or compromise on your feature list.

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Old 19th April 2011, 16:58   #7957
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No flash, everything else is available - Nokia 5230.
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Old 21st April 2011, 11:21   #7958
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Hi,

Any WP7 users updated with teh new NoDo update?

I received the update notification on tuesday and did the update the same night. At the 9th step where the update reboots the phone after installing the update, the phone was stuck at HTC logo. It would not boot.

After waiting for a very long time i rebooted it manually the result was same then i did a hard reset and the still the phone does not boot.

Anybody else with same issues?

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I would recommend installing the YesDo update instead.
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I would recommend installing the YesDo update instead.
Thanks Sam... Only if they have a YesDo update..
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VinZ: check if this KB helps you
Steps to use Windows Phone Support Tool to resolve specific error messages when trying to update your phone

Cheers,
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Question for Vodafone users here:
Can Vodafone Live be used for anything other than browsing? Or do i need Vodafone Mobile Connect for that?
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Question for Vodafone users here:
Can Vodafone Live be used for anything other than browsing? Or do i need Vodafone Mobile Connect for that?

Could you give some examples for "other than browsing" ?

If you mean installing apps, push mail service etc etc then yes , it can be used using LIVE .

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Could you give some examples for "other than browsing" ?

If you mean installing apps, push mail service etc etc then yes , it can be used using LIVE .
Yes, i am talking about apps, mail etc. Reason I am asking is i had mobile connect earlier, which i unsubscribed recently. I was using VMC mainly to use my phone as modem. But now i have only vodafone live. Browser works, but other apps stopped working.
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SilentEngine, Vodafone Connect and Vodafone Live are two different things. The latter gives you access to only WAP sites and nothing further. Most of the apps need a proper internet connection unlike WAP. This is provided by Vodafone Mobile Connect.

Open fring, and try to log in through WAP - you won't be able to do it. Try the same in VMC, it will get connected. Some apps, such as google maps require only a WAP connection, hence it doesn't affect their functionality. But a lot others require VMC.
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