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Topic # 43039 16-Oct-2009 13:11
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Can anyone please confirm a bug with the C510a (firmware R1FA035) with turning off an alarm? When the alarm goes off you can only snooze it - not cancel it! You have to go to Menu > Alarms > Turn off to cancel it.  The manual says you should be able to select "Turn off" after silencing the alarm with any keypress after it sounds.

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  Reply # 264258 16-Oct-2009 13:26
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maybe try a master reset, if that doesn't work, try reflashing it with the latest firmware from Topsony or if the latest is the problem, one revision back




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  Reply # 269154 2-Nov-2009 07:30
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The datestamp on my firmware is 090723 so that will be newer than yours. There is a newer version out but it is not available with the Telecom XT customisations yet.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 269396 2-Nov-2009 19:56
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Well I didn't actually find any release notes before I upgraded so can't confirm any details. Also because the phone was new before I updated I haven't noticed anything except the bug mentioned above.

The update works through the SE site www.sonyericsson.com/updateservice

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