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# 18649 18-Jan-2008 07:01
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Hi guys
am just wondering if any one has similar problem,i use internal SIP(ie. internet tel) to make voip calls on N95 and which works great but what i noticed is after 10 minutes N95 gets so hot you cant actually hold near the ear or on the cheek !!!

any ideas ? is it a hardware problem or just the way it is ?
Thanks for the advise.

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  # 105472 18-Jan-2008 08:50
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My E65 gets very warm as well. It doesn't get any warmer than a cellular call but certainly gets warmer a lot quicker.

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  # 105624 19-Jan-2008 00:06
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i think most phone i had used gets real not also. its really good to use blue tooth or headset, so i think its normal.

 
 
 
 




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  # 105633 19-Jan-2008 07:14
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thanks for your replies sbiddle,xecuta. yah am bit hesitant to use voip calls now,it feels like it might blow up or something!

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  # 105635 19-Jan-2008 07:41
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Did you get incoming calls to work?

Which cilent you using?



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  # 105636 19-Jan-2008 08:30
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I Use justvoip.com but i dont use it for incoming,i always call. i dont think there is incoming number for NZ for this software.

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  # 105638 19-Jan-2008 08:39
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sqlpro: thanks for your replies sbiddle,xecuta. yah am bit hesitant to use voip calls now,it feels like it might blow up or something!


I wouldn't worry about it blowing up - unless you're using non-Nokia batteries!




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