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Topic # 7155 24-Mar-2006 07:58
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I have the 6255i bluetooth cell phone , and its really bothering me . Well although I love this phone im really pissed becouse my phone just starts to cut off on its own. Im not sure if its just becouse its a bluetooth or what im not sure what the deal is. I really need to find out if its something that others are experencing out ther or what. Also my ear peice keeps disconecting then reconnecting by itself. im really pissed cause i like my phone but its on its way out if i cant get help on how to fix it. My provider keeps telling me that they will replace it with a new ( referbished) phone one and its really sencless cause other people that ive known ( my girl who has the same phone) and it does it to there phone 2. Help if anyone knows anything about it.

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Reply # 31413 24-Mar-2006 12:23
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You should probably read this long thread on Nokia 6255 problems, but on the Telecom New Zealand forum. Is this something that sounds familiar?

If yes, check that your phone is using the latest firmware available. You can do this by visiting a service centre for your carrier.

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