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Topic # 6332 17-Jan-2006 00:55
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I have a samsung SGH-D500 and my bluetooth won't work!! Every time I try to turn on my bluetooth it says 'Bluetooth active error'. What can i do ?? please help!

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Reply # 26593 17-Jan-2006 10:09
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Welcome to Geelzone

Only samsung can fix this issue



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Reply # 26594 17-Jan-2006 10:40
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I have asked samsung (i phoned them up)and they said they have no idea what to do! Thank you anyway, Rachael xxx

 
 
 
 


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Reply # 26595 17-Jan-2006 10:43
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If samsung don't know how to fix there own handsets I am very worried.

I would ring them back and ask to speak to someone who knows what they are talking about,

They would need the handset to check it out (it can not be fixed over the phone)

John



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Reply # 26673 18-Jan-2006 09:15
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Thank you !!! :D
Ill let you know how it goes!!!



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Reply # 27924 7-Feb-2006 00:35
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I sent my Samsung SGH D500 off to samsung and they have fixed it!! My bluetooth is fixed now!!! Thank you! From Rachael xxxx

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Reply # 27928 7-Feb-2006 00:45
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RIGHT!! This Mobile phone is geting on my nerves!!! This sign keeps popping up saying 'DNS error' What do i do??? please help me!!! rachael

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Reply # 27929 7-Feb-2006 00:49
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Hmmm. What are you trying to do? When does the message come out (what program are you using, etc).

Since this came back from the manufacturer, I'd say the network configuration for your mobile operator was erased - is this the case? If yes, then I recommend taking it to a store where they can reenter this configuration (or check if your operator offers a website to send the configuration via SMS).







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Reply # 27930 7-Feb-2006 00:52
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well it just pops up every half an hour - hour and the only option is to press ok and it makes the time stop!! it is sooo annoying!!! all i know is that it is something to do with the GPRS or GSM settings! Something to do with the internet!

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Reply # 27931 7-Feb-2006 00:53
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Or if you feel so inclined, check the configuration on your phone (if you know the ways around the menus) by looking through this page.





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Reply # 27938 7-Feb-2006 07:37
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Make sure the Email client is not switched on to check every 30 minutes

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