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Topic # 7077 17-Mar-2006 00:24
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Hi Mates

My 903sh`s batttery is keep on running flat after 26hrs. I bought the phone brand new
a month ago. Bluetooth and infra are always turned off. What might be the problem. And how do i play my mp3s and video or DVD files in the phone, i got 1GB card. Please advise.

Thanks

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Dhillon

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Reply # 30952 17-Mar-2006 20:19
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depends what firmware you got, get the firmware changed to euro version, it will perform much better, I can do it,letme know if you are interested,





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Reply # 30968 17-Mar-2006 21:34
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If handset is purchased in NZ don't let someone butcher it with a flash this will void the warrenty

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 30978 17-Mar-2006 22:11
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You say "My 903sh`s batttery is keep on running flat after 26hrs."

A lot of posts say that Battery life is poor

like this

Battery life is a major concern, especially with all these juice-hungry features. The 903 will last you about a day if you use them, particularly browsing and downloading from the portal, in intense bursts.

If you are using it a lot that sucks.  26 hours to go flat thats nearly 2 days.

1 month old its still under waranty perhaps ask for a different phone or you may have to always carry your charger around.




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Reply # 30990 18-Mar-2006 09:38
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Hi I dont use one of these phones.

Google is our friend

see this post

and this post

it says why does Jap version not upport MP3

The reason is due to Vodafone Japan's limitations on the phone. All the mobile carriers in Japan, whether due to pressure from record company copyright agencies or whatever reason, don't allow their phones to recognise or play MP3 files. The fact that the JP firmware of recent Sharp 3G and 2G Vodafone Japan phones now support regular AAC files is a huge step forward, as the majority of other music capable phones are still restricted to the SD Audio standard only.




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