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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 9768 11-Oct-2006 21:24
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Hello all

I brought one of these phones about 2 months ago now and all of a sudden about 2 weeks ago the phone started beeping all the time realy loud at somewhat random times, at first i thouught it might be when it looses reception but as it kept doing it i found out it wasnt and now im comletely stumped, does anyone have any ideeas on what it could be or if you have the same problem with one of these phones please post in here

any help is greatly appreciated

thnx

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Master Geek


  Reply # 48370 11-Oct-2006 21:56
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Check you Text Messages inbox and sent items , maybe full



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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 48371 11-Oct-2006 22:12
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na man, my i cleared my inbox about 15 mins ago an i only got 10 messages in it atm and it just beeped

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  Reply # 48379 11-Oct-2006 23:05
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any alarms set for random times, or events on the calender?









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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 48476 12-Oct-2006 15:29
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nope Frown



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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 48499 12-Oct-2006 18:58
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anyone else got an idea ??????????? come on people help me out here please, im realy lost, the guy at the shop refferd me to this site cause he was comletely clueless

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  Reply # 48502 12-Oct-2006 19:51
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KillaZ: anyone else got an idea ??????????? come on people help me out here please, im realy lost, the guy at the shop refferd me to this site cause he was comletely clueless

I have no help to offer, but I am awarding you the "signature of the week" title...







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  Reply # 48510 12-Oct-2006 20:57
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Well its cool that he referred you Laughing
But it would be really awesome if you could read the FUG Wink



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Wannabe Geek


Reply # 48606 13-Oct-2006 18:39
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i read but i still dont see anything wrong with my post.....

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Reply # 48618 13-Oct-2006 20:23
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I think you will find that these are Service Alerts. Go to: Settings / Sounds / Alerts

Make sure service / minute / connect / fade / low signal are turned off, otherwise this phone will as you say beep all the time.

Hope this helps Smile









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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 48637 13-Oct-2006 23:31
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nope they are all turned off FrownFrownFrownFrownFrownFrownFrownFrownFrownFrown

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  Reply # 48639 13-Oct-2006 23:37
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I hope this doesn't come off too 'mean', are you sure someone isn't playing a prank on you? I know that with some phones you can call and if you hang up fast enough the phone doesn't register the call...



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Wannabe Geek


  Reply # 48640 14-Oct-2006 00:04
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na man its not even the ring tone, something is wrong with the thing, anyone else got any ideas ??

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  Reply # 48641 14-Oct-2006 00:08
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KillaZ: anyone else got any ideas ??


Send the handset to Telegistics with your POP via your local Telecom Dealer.







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