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Master Geek


Topic # 5760 24-Nov-2005 14:54
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My Nokia 6255 has N100V1700.np (03-06-05)
But I see my mates new Nokia 6255 has N100V2600.nep (28-09-05)
What am I missing out on with the upgraded firmware?

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  Reply # 23794 24-Nov-2005 16:23
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Can you receive photo messages? As I have just got mine upgraded to 2600 to fix that prob.



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  Reply # 23798 24-Nov-2005 16:54
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Apparently not? I can send ok, but just got a work mate to send me some pics and it didnt work?
(made me login to a lightsurf website to view, and then couldnt download)
Before now I done it for free with IR or BT, I havent used the network.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 23799 24-Nov-2005 17:09
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True take it into the mobilerepair place, if you have your proof of purchase they will upgrade it for free. I just got mine back today and is finally working.

Don't take it back to your telecom shop (unless you want to wait 1-2 weeks), as they send it to the repair place which will take much longer... I took mine direct to the repair shop and they did it within 2 hours.

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Reply # 23802 24-Nov-2005 20:28
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New update also removes need to enter init string (+crm=1;+cso=33 ) when using as a modem

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