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Wannabe Geek


Topic # 12611 27-Mar-2007 14:05
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Hi all,

I am at wits end with this,  I brought a Nokia N93 the other day and thought that this would be a great phone.  I do really like it but I have found that will will not log onto the NZ Vodafone 3G network.  It wil however log onto the GSM network but this means I can not do Video calling etc and recieve any 3G services.

Does anyone have a solution to this problem??  I have tracked they phone down to being brought in China if that helps any.  Do you know if I can reflash the Phone set up software withthe  NZ version?

Any help would be great,

Cheers Naughty


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Master Geek


  Reply # 65179 27-Mar-2007 16:53
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You should be able to do Video Calling, you have to check if you're on 3G zone, and check the network settings, be sure it's in Dual Mode. Menu > Tools > Settings > Network > Network Mode > Dual

Good luck!

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Master Geek


  Reply # 65272 28-Mar-2007 13:49
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Hi Naughty,

China.....hmmm........! Have a look at Mauricio's sticky at the head of this forum's topic list. Its about parallel imported handsets, and may be useful.

Good luck!

George

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