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Topic # 4691 18-Aug-2005 00:21
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Hi, I have an annoying problem, or it's just how i'm using it..

whenever i receive an sms and i read it i would expect the red light to go out..

but no it keeps flashing red.. only way to stop it is to go into settings and sound then play a wave file then close the sounds settings and it goes back to flashing green..

This happens every time i receive an sms.. may happen for missed calls as well, not sure tho.

i have the 1.35 firmware. btw is there any newer ones for telecom nz?

am i mistaken or do they not update software/firmware very often?

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Reply # 18610 18-Aug-2005 00:50
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Hello and welcome here!

Strange... Windows Mobile 2003 solved most of the problems with notifications. You had tried a soft reset on it yet?

Also, this is the latest version as we write. There are not many updates, unless there's a pretty bad fault. The next version, Windows Mobile 5 should be out soon, but only on new devices (yes, it seems like Telecom NZ is preparing something for a lanch soon).







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  Reply # 18678 18-Aug-2005 19:50
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Yeah i've tried everything. thing is i don't think it happened on the firmware that originally came on it. only after i updated to the bluetooth fix one.. at that stage i had a bluetooth headset so i needed it. until it went through the wash lol..

so if i could get my hands on the original i would probably go back to that

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 20142 15-Sep-2005 21:11

Hiya - It's a simple problem to solve. Infact, I had the same issue this morning on my new Harrier. Being a corporate customer I rang our Telecom Account Manager to sort it out.

Start/ Settings/ Sounds & Notifications / Notifications - Choos the event eg Messaging: New and change Flash Light from the default (15 min) to No Limit. This will stop the red flashing when you clear the message.

I went through and changed all my defaults this morning

Hope this helps

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