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Topic # 6930 4-Mar-2006 23:32
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well i am getting soo much problem i am using nokia 6255 and my phone software is nokiasw/v is n150v0400.nep it got cracked from near by flap n now it got hanged when i start this phone it close n then restart and then again close after 5 sec nokia is telling me this phone is out of warrenty i just need too upgrade this software could anyone help me in that
nokia care is up his hand telling this phone is not repair able could anyone send me the link of nokia 6255 software soo that i can make my mobile work again

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Reply # 29857 4-Mar-2006 23:35
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This doesn't sound like a firmware problem. Since it's got a crack, did it fall? If yes, are you sure it's not a hardware problem, like a loose battery, loose board contacts, or anything else?








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  Reply # 29862 5-Mar-2006 01:43
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freitasm: This doesn't sound like a firmware problem. Since it's got a crack, did it fall? If yes, are you sure it's not a hardware problem, like a loose battery, loose board contacts, or anything else?


well i m shure that i didnt drop or fall this phone anytime this is been happen becoz i am trying too load a game in this phone through mobi mb



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  Reply # 31200 21-Mar-2006 19:22
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freitasm: This doesn't sound like a firmware problem. Since it's got a crack, did it fall? If yes, are you sure it's not a hardware problem, like a loose battery, loose board contacts, or anything else?





if you know the link of software of 6255 please send it too me becoz nokia care told too me that this phone is not repairble

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Reply # 31201 21-Mar-2006 19:25
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I don't think it's a firmware problem - already said that. And Nokia says the phone can't be repaired. So I think it's clear that this will not solve the problem.





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