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  Reply # 69436 3-May-2007 19:41
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RbNutz: Hey can someone please tell me if the FM radio is in the handset or headphones? Do you need to have the headphones pluged in for the radio to work?

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you NEED headphones for radio in N95

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  Reply # 69443 3-May-2007 20:35
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icejam:
you NEED headphones for radio in N95


Bugga, why is it that Nokia is unable to put radios in phones them selfs?  Something to do with interference?

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  Reply # 69444 3-May-2007 20:44
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The radio is in the phone. The earphones act as an aerial. You can enable the speaker to listen without the headphones on but they have to be plugged in.

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  Reply # 69445 3-May-2007 20:44
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RbNutz:
icejam:
you NEED headphones for radio in N95


Bugga, why is it that Nokia is unable to put radios in phones them selfs? Something to do with interference?


The haedphone cable is the antenna for the radio ;)

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  Reply # 69446 3-May-2007 20:45
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Its because the headphones act as the antenna.

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  Reply # 69451 3-May-2007 21:05
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Sounds like I'm the only one who didn't know that Tongue out

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Reply # 69457 3-May-2007 21:28
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Well good news and bad news, The n73 died after only 3 days and 19 minutes usage, Codec problems. So I have one othe the first NZ release n95's on order, It will be hacking it quick-smart and enabling the SIP client. vodafone and their lockdowns, Apparently ythe local model comes with all the maps pre-installed.

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  Reply # 69461 3-May-2007 22:18
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Have they given you a delivery date?

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  Reply # 69468 3-May-2007 22:45
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I've just checked on the Nokia Europe site and there is now a link for N95 update.

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  Reply # 69470 3-May-2007 23:06
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about 3 weeks apparently, Can't wait!

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  Reply # 69471 3-May-2007 23:17
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I'd like help from someone if possible.  I've downloaded the Nokia Software updater and then I connect my N95 and it says that there are no updates available.  Is that correct?  After what people have been saying on here I thought there was an update available.

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  Reply # 69484 4-May-2007 07:03
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There are a number of different product codes for the N95 that seem to identify what region they are meant for. The update that everyone is talking about is for the European product codes and to download it you have to change your product code, download the update then change back to your original product code.
Some here have already done this but if you follow the overseas forums, there is a mixed bag in terms of the upfrade working and also whether there is any real advantage. It may all depend on when and where your phone was made, my product code is 0548986.

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Reply # 69485 4-May-2007 07:06
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paradoxsm: Well good news and bad news, The n73 died after only 3 days and 19 minutes usage, Codec problems. So I have one othe the first NZ release n95's on order, It will be hacking it quick-smart and enabling the SIP client. vodafone and their lockdowns, Apparently ythe local model comes with all the maps pre-installed.


Fingers crossed that the new map will be released then, I am tired of driving through the water on my way to work Smile

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  Reply # 69491 4-May-2007 08:20
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Interesting to note that Vodafone may not disable VOiP here - Vodafone in Australia is saying they will no longer alter a phones native capabilities due to the consumer stink around the issue. I will be watching with interest to see what Voda-NZ does.

I really do hope the maps get updated with the phones release here!

Oh yes, the headphones act as the aerial for the radio ;]




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Reply # 69515 4-May-2007 15:58

RbNutz:
Bugga, why is it that Nokia is unable to put radios in phones them selfs?  Something to do with interference?


Did I tell you that the headphone acts as an antenna?


Sorry I couldnt miss this.. :-)))




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