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  Reply # 770245 26-Feb-2013 07:23 Send private message

Yes i am.



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  Reply # 770246 26-Feb-2013 07:26 Send private message

Ok this is bizarre!

I just noticed small scratches on my screen! I just couldn't believe this...





 

 



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  Reply # 770248 26-Feb-2013 07:34 Send private message

nakedmolerat: Ok this is bizarre!

I just noticed small scratches on my screen! I just couldn't believe this...


stone wash jeans?



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  Reply # 770261 26-Feb-2013 08:53 Send private message

I found it bizarre because non of my other phones has scratch... Just had a look at my galaxy note and galaxy nexus. Not even a single scratch. I remember my galaxy s2, abused it so bad and still not a scratch!





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  Reply # 770756 26-Feb-2013 21:47 Send private message

freitasm: Nokia Maps and Nokia Drive have been renamed Here Drive and Here Maps. There's an update for those out now as well as updated NZ and AU maps.


aGPS seems to work better with the update, it use to have me about 5 km away from  where I am in Greytown and at my work place in Masterton but now has the correct location without a GPS lock.

I do find that there are places/businesses on Nokia maps but I have found you can if you want to go through the hassle of getting a post card sent to your business add it on the website http://here.com, does not really have an option for places that don't have a letter box though.

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  Reply # 770757 26-Feb-2013 21:56 Send private message

I tried getting a postcard for my parents-in-law place, but nothing yet, and that was about six weeks ago...




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  Reply # 770759 26-Feb-2013 22:02 Send private message

Be annoying if their system does not work as it would be nice to have the same results as google maps when looking for businesses etc.

streets don't seem to be a problem.


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  Reply # 770899 27-Feb-2013 09:35 Send private message

Anyone know why my 920 did that?

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  Reply # 771424 28-Feb-2013 08:13 Send private message

Have finally got my Lumia 920 back from Nokia. They have replaced the screen and also replaced the loud vibe motor for.

Nokia care service is hopeless, I only had the phone from new a couple of weeks and they have had it for two months.

only problem is that I had to buy another one, so I now have two.... Anyone interest in a black brand new boxed Lumia 920. $850 good price?

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  Reply # 771663 28-Feb-2013 12:52 Send private message

Should the Lumia920 be able to access vodafones new 4G network? Is there something special i need to be doing? I look for the option 4G under 'highest connection speed' and it's not there. Rebooted several times, got the 4G add-on, in area which is meant to have 4G..

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  Reply # 771677 28-Feb-2013 12:57 Send private message

Badboy2303: Should the Lumia920 be able to access vodafones new 4G network? Is there something special i need to be doing? I look for the option 4G under 'highest connection speed' and it's not there. Rebooted several times, got the 4G add-on, in area which is meant to have 4G..


where did you obtain your handset from?

if its a Telecom NZ supplied Nokia Lumia 920, 4G is disabled

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  Reply # 771679 28-Feb-2013 12:59 Send private message

nathan:
Badboy2303: Should the Lumia920 be able to access vodafones new 4G network? Is there something special i need to be doing? I look for the option 4G under 'highest connection speed' and it's not there. Rebooted several times, got the 4G add-on, in area which is meant to have 4G..


where did you obtain your handset from?

if its a Telecom NZ supplied Nokia Lumia 920, 4G is disabled

Ugh really.. Any way to change this? :(

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  Reply # 771680 28-Feb-2013 13:02 Send private message

Badboy2303:
nathan:
Badboy2303: Should the Lumia920 be able to access vodafones new 4G network? Is there something special i need to be doing? I look for the option 4G under 'highest connection speed' and it's not there. Rebooted several times, got the 4G add-on, in area which is meant to have 4G..


where did you obtain your handset from?

if its a Telecom NZ supplied Nokia Lumia 920, 4G is disabled

Ugh really.. Any way to change this? :(


I'm looking into flashing mine to a non Telecom NZ 920 image using navifirm myself as mine doesn't work either

why don't you do a chat support request off the Nokia nz support page and ask them how you enable it and let us know

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  Reply # 771696 28-Feb-2013 13:44 Send private message


I'm looking into flashing mine to a non Telecom NZ 920 image using navifirm myself as mine doesn't work either

why don't you do a chat support request off the Nokia nz support page and ask them how you enable it and let us know


How do you go about getting the unbranded (and un locked down) rom and go about flashing it?

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