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Topic # 64974 27-Jul-2010 01:12
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HI All

I got an LG Renoir from US unlocked. But when i put my vodafone sim it doesnt sseem to show any network..it jus says searching on the screen...tried 2 degree n telecom...same problem still says searching...Can anyone provide me Vodafone NZ Firmware for LG Renoir

Thanks

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  Reply # 356863 27-Jul-2010 02:03
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Which carrier in NZ sold this device?



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  Reply # 357058 27-Jul-2010 12:28
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got it off trade me :( worked fine except that there were network issues at some places whr my nokia had full coverage...went thru some forums n installed firmware for lg now all it says is searching :( ....im jus lookin for the right firmware to work in NZ

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  Reply # 357060 27-Jul-2010 12:31
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American version is 850MHz/1900MHz. It means it will only work on T-Mobile and AT&T (U.S), Telecom New Zealand (NZ) and Telstra (AU).

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  Reply # 357115 27-Jul-2010 14:11
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I'm using renoir bought from ebay. works fine on voda

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