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Topic # 8246 15-Jun-2006 01:53
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hey all, this is my first posting here, i'm sorry, i have a bad english.

okay, straight to the point, i need assistance with my cell phone (Nokia 6585 CDMA)
since yesterday, suddenly my cell phone lost its 'create message', 'sent items', and 'message setting' MENU.
i don't have any idea with it. i haven't done anything yet. i just ask my friend, and he says i have to reset my N6585.
can anyone give me a solution?? maybe codes or anything else?? or should i just go to the CS and let them repair it??

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  Reply # 38574 15-Jun-2006 08:13
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if 'restore factory settings' in the settings menu doesnt work, you will need to return to CS for service. Sounds like the phone had a hiccup of some sort?

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  Reply # 38686 15-Jun-2006 18:15
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i've try to restore it with 'restore factory settings', but it's just doesn't work.
Hmm, anyway thank u very much for ur advice.
well, i guess i don't have any other so to take it to CS.

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