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Topic # 4264 24-Jun-2005 18:50
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*** iMate PDA2k ***
ROM Version: 1.40.00 WWE
Radio Version: 1.12.00
Protocol Version: 1337.42
ExtROM Version:1.22.162WWE
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Hi guys, sometime my PDA2k cannot be registered to Vodafone Network, 'No service' would display and I cannot make any calls unless Hard reset the device, and everything just works fine after hard reset, Anyone here can help or met the same issue as me? Thanks.

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Reply # 15976 24-Jun-2005 18:53
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Haven't heard of this kind of problem before... Are you using the latest ROM from the Club i-mate official site?







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  Reply # 16003 27-Jun-2005 01:30
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Thanks freitasm

I just updated my PDA2k and everything works fine so far


ROM Version 1.40.00WWE
ROM Date 03/10/05
Radio Version 1.12.00
Protocol Version 1337.42
ExtROM version 1.40.176 WWE

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 16114 29-Jun-2005 07:38
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I upgraded a PD2K the other day. Didn't do a back up of any kind.
Upon completed first restart of device, no internet connection so configured using settings on another PD2K we had. Since then I hear wireless.vodafone.co.nz can auto configure this. To try.

That aside, it looks like some of the Vodafone NZ added apps like SIM2 Manager etc no longer exist. Any tricks or suggestions before I deal to another 1.32 PDA2K?

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