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#3987 3-May-2005 08:29
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Just an update on the thread about NOKIA 6230 PROBLEM

http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?forumid=10&topicid=3493&page_no=1

The suggention I got was to stop using GPRS always on and use it just on demand. Unfortunately, it didn´t work. So, my solution was: never turn the phone off. In case it is necessary, I must perform a master reset immediately after turning it on again and update all of my personalized settings.

This weekend, while waiting for a table, my 8-year-old son, ask for my phone to play. He complained about the slowliness. I took the phone out of his hands and confirmed it....suddenly, the phone went through a self boot.

After that, everything turns right again, I mean, I can turn it off and on again without having to perform a master reset in order to get the in coming calls!

Should it be blamed on the Java apps, internal memory handling or what?

Well, doesn´t matter, its back again!

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#14481 3-May-2005 08:57
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Very, very strange... Could be a memory problem, but the GPRS timeout problem is known to be present with other models from other manufacturers. Who knows now?




 

 

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