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  Reply # 27909 6-Feb-2006 19:42
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taniwha:
there is no option as far as I can see, and believe me, I've looked. I found the manual on Telecoms site, although thats just Nokia's manual, and it doesnt appear to be an option, it just works if the network supports it.


It's there somewhere.. i remember turning it on.. and now i'm sending split message to other people i know who have nokias. I have a 6255 - keep searching them menus.


Well if you know where it is, please let me know, I've not been able to see it. On my Nokia's its been automatic, and the manual didnt show an option?!

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Reply # 27915 6-Feb-2006 22:03
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CDMA actually supports 240 character SMS. It is network limted to 160 to support interconnection to GSM. And yes you can send multi-part SMS.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 27918 6-Feb-2006 22:18
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There are at least two different firmwares in the wild in NZ for this phone - it could be enabled in one and disabled in the other....




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  Reply # 27920 6-Feb-2006 22:54
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Disenchanted: There are at least two different firmwares in the wild in NZ for this phone - it could be enabled in one and disabled in the other....


What firmware do people out there have and does long texts work for you..? Should perhaps start a new thread for this question. Does anyone know if places like Mobilefone Repair can flash Telecom phones? perhaps a silly question...

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