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  Reply # 443862 27-Feb-2011 12:50 Send private message

I know someone with an E63 from Voda. It doesnt have any branding on it physically. Not sure software wise but you could probably get a wallpaper if you wanted. hahaha.

Not many of their phones I've seen lately have Vodafone branding on it. My galaxy 3 didnt either




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  Reply # 443927 27-Feb-2011 18:40 Send private message

I must have been lucky with my Nokia 6121 then.

 

 





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  Reply # 482376 17-Jun-2011 21:34 Send private message

Thread bump - thinking about this phone again. How good is it at handling a weak signal (2G or 3G)? My 6121 does really well in this department. I've heard the Blackberry is the best at picking up a poor signal; how well does the E5-00 compare?

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  Reply # 482417 18-Jun-2011 00:36 Send private message

quickymart: Thread bump - thinking about this phone again. How good is it at handling a weak signal (2G or 3G)? My 6121 does really well in this department. I've heard the Blackberry is the best at picking up a poor signal; how well does the E5-00 compare?


Yeh I sold it a couple of months ago. But it was REALLY good with coverage. Mind you I was always in the city/suburbs in Auckland so thats probably why. But it had extended coverage which was good. You can get a telecom version of this handset I'm pretty sure. But mine was 900/2100 3G

I tried a Blackberry pearl for a few weeks, it was 2G and signal was horrible. Really horrible. Might just be because I'm used to being on 3G but thats what I got out of using it. Good luck. 




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  Reply # 627812 19-May-2012 22:47 Send private message

I ended up buying one today :) great phone, except there's a weird "quirk" which I haven't figured out how to fix (or if it's even possible?) The screen has so much real estate, yet the date, phone status (silent, loud, etc) are crammed up into one line in the top right corner, and the cell info display is up here too! Is there any way to space these things out? Maybe so it looks like this:

Sat 19/05/2012
Silent
(cellsite name)

Anyone fixed this before?

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  Reply # 627827 20-May-2012 04:58 Send private message

As far as I can remember, there was no way to change the layout of that, it was very locked down. It makes the screen look less crowded though anyway, I liked it that way but each to their own haha.




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  Reply # 627851 20-May-2012 09:05 Send private message

Working as designed I would say



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  Reply # 627859 20-May-2012 10:08 Send private message

D'oh :( oh well. On the plus side the battery life looks really good and it gets a good strong signal.



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  Reply # 638184 9-Jun-2012 11:20 Send private message

Help...can the Nokia E5 not receive photos directly?? I just got sent a photo, but rather than it displaying directly on my screen, as it did with my old Nokia 6121 it directs me to pxtworld.co.nz. I tested from a Telecom CDMA phone, an XT phone and a Vodafone phone and the result was the same for all three. Is there some service I need to setup on my new phone or something?



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  Reply # 638285 9-Jun-2012 17:01 Send private message

Never mind, all sorted now :)

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  Reply # 638286 9-Jun-2012 17:03 Send private message

You need to send a PXT first



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  Reply # 638296 9-Jun-2012 17:38 Send private message

Yes :) that's what the very nice lady at VF told me :)

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