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Topic # 9184 27-Aug-2006 20:14
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friend has a v600i from nz vodafone shop.. it will not hold the 3g settings .. i cant understand it, i had to reset the settings  and after about 5 mins it goes back to not being able to use video calling.. what am i doing wrong and why is it doing this..

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  Reply # 44794 27-Aug-2006 20:24
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Could be an idea to take it back to the point of purchase to get it looked at.

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  Reply # 44798 27-Aug-2006 20:47
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Maybe the handset is in fringe 3G coverage and handing back to 2G

There are many factors that come into a handset handing back to 2G when 3G coverage is too low


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Reply # 45199 2-Sep-2006 15:06
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thank you .. that was the problem, i live in an area that has intermitant 3g coverage :)

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  Reply # 45227 2-Sep-2006 21:08
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As easy as that

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