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Topic # 105227 29-Jun-2012 15:41
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Is this available?  Not available under the Ovi Store nor when connected to the PC and when I browse to skype.com/m on the phone, it say they are working on it but it is not available right now. 

Anyway to uninstall and go back to Anna?

Also with the new connectivity settings.  Can we not choose Wifi only anymore?  It appears I can only choose Mobile Data On or off and then to the home provider or anywhere in NZ or available Worldwide.  Means I cannot get my Email to me. 



Many thanks.

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  Reply # 662049 25-Jul-2012 21:39
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I have Skype on my Belle E7 I would have thought you'd get it on your C6.

Under the Settings - Connectivity menu there should be a WLAN option to open the WLAN page. WLAN needs to be turned on either from the drop down notifications blind from any home screen or from the tool bar at the bottom of the WLAN page.  Well this is how I access the WLAN options on my E7, my wifes N8, and a C7 we have.

Hope this is of some help.

Also look here if you need some more info. Looks like either a reinstall of the update or a factory reset may be the answer if my other info doesn't help you.

http://discussions.nokia.com/t5/Cseries/Nokia-C6-01-wifi-Problem/td-p/1309933




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  Reply # 662946 27-Jul-2012 14:08
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I had to redo the firmware after I crashed it.  Cannot back date it thou, at least I don't know how. 

For now.  Nokia Belle doesn't work with ISP email.  I had to pop my ISP email using Ovi Mail.  When you set up email it gives you two options.  If I chose ISP email by itself, it always say Mobile Data is turned off.  I have enabled Wifi and disabled Mobile Data.  At the time I can surf the web, but couldn't pop email.

I can now get my email but only if I configure the email client via Ovi Mail with my NZ ISP email. 
Re: Skype.  It's not supported.  I was on the Skype forum and tried the C7 might had been the Belle version.  Nokia quickly pulled it off the Ovi Store.  But the guys grabbed it and provided a URL for it.  It works now on my C6.

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