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Datagrafx

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#35556 12-Jun-2009 08:06
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Can anyone recommend a place that can fix a Nokia cellphone?

Nokia in Kyber Pass Rd refuse to have anything to do with it as it is a Hong Kong phone. They would not even take a look at it.

Phone is a Nokia 5610 XpressMusic which has a virus or problem and will not stay turned on. Starting it up does not allow it to say on long enough to even get to the factory restore menu.

Daughter loaded a game on it. Zelda Beta3. After putting it on the phone the menus were weird, then when deleting it that is when the phone started shutting down after turn on.

Also I would like the faceplate changed. It is quite a complex phone being a slider model so changing it is no easy task.

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  #224390 12-Jun-2009 15:24
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try Buy Low Mobiles, if that doesn't work give me a yell, i know a few other places who can sort it out for you, where abouts in auckland are you?

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  #224395 12-Jun-2009 15:36
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I am surprsied Nokia doesn't even want to look at it?

My friend who bought a Nokia 5800 from Hong Kong managed to crack the screen. Nokia in Newmarket still did the fix, for a price of course.

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  #224466 12-Jun-2009 19:33
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heavenly_wild: I am surprsied Nokia doesn't even want to look at it?


Agreed. Why would that not fix one of their own? Very weird.



boosskat
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  #225897 17-Jun-2009 18:00
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Mobile Medic Queens Arcade, 358-1088. Does a decent job, assessment fee was about $10 from memory

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