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Master Geek


Topic # 3731 24-Mar-2005 08:41
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Hi

I got one of the first Sanyo 7400 and i was talking to a friend about it how it misses a few calls and sends them straight to answer phone even when i have full reception. He mentioned that there is a software upgrade for it since the release of the 1st batch.

Can anyone confirm this, I talked to a standard call center person and they had no idea and didn't refer me to anyone that did know so since everyone here knows whats what i thought i'd ask. Its quite annoying sitting there getting a voice mail message when the phone didnt even ring.

Quite a few of us have the phone in our office and all get the same problem. Would be good to get it solved as its a great phone.


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Reply # 13787 24-Mar-2005 14:12
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Yes there is a firmware upgrade, mine is on its way now. My phone would say signal lost call failed. But not to worry it will soon be sorted. Other than that great phone.



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Master Geek


  Reply # 13788 24-Mar-2005 14:13
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where did you go to get it fixed?

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 13789 24-Mar-2005 14:17
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Take it in to your nearest telecom shop, or if your in auckland take it to Mobile Fone Repair with your recipt and say that it is dropping calls and needs the firmware upgrade

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Reply # 14052 7-Apr-2005 10:18
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Got my phone back and all is good

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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 14166 14-Apr-2005 00:54
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Yea just to confirm, there was a batch of phones that came through and needed the firmware upgrade to fix it... take it in with receipt and it'll get sorted

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  Reply # 14174 14-Apr-2005 13:53
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The software fixes a issue where the handset lost contact with the network , and calls where missed.

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