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Topic # 8149 7-Jun-2006 15:48
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Hi,

Just a question re: the Nokia 3155.  When you text on this particular model of Nokia the screen has a blue background.  Its quite hard to read it in sunlight.  Is there a way to change the background on this model whilst texting?  Ive tried the obvious things under display settings but cant seem to adjust this.

Thanks for any help

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Reply # 37898 7-Jun-2006 15:56
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No way

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Reply # 37900 7-Jun-2006 16:50
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This phone supports themes IIRC. So change the theme which will change the background

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Reply # 37901 7-Jun-2006 17:10
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ooooops I thought it said nokia 3315



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Reply # 37930 8-Jun-2006 09:14
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Thanks for that.  Changing the theme does work but I still cant get a white back ground with black writing for texting.  All the themes have coloured backgrounds.  A bit of a design flaw I think.

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Reply # 37939 8-Jun-2006 11:08
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You can create your own theme with the nokia series 40 theme creator. Then upload it to your phone. You will need the cable or does the phone have infrared?

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