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Topic # 94693 16-Dec-2011 15:48
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i have a galaxy ace and we upgraded thrrough Kies.  We have had no end of trouble ...eg cannot send txt on 3g and now Im not able to download from Andriod market.

so, we wont to put it back to 2.2 but i have been on Kies and have had no luck in trying to do this.  Anyone know what to do or where to go?.  If this fails then i will look at SIM faults 

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  Reply # 558735 16-Dec-2011 16:09
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SIM faults?

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  Reply # 558745 16-Dec-2011 16:32
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Strange - Comments I have seen tend to suggest that 2.3.5 is probably the best/most stable of the 2.3 release family. I have 2.3.3 on an ACE and its been rock solid.

Can you access other sites via 3G/web browser?

IS the 3G data turned on? - When you hold the power button to switch off one of the options lets you go into flight mode/disable 3G data. Its not in flight mode or had the 3G data disabled has it?




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  Reply # 558752 16-Dec-2011 16:45
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johnr: SIM faults?

apparently sim card more than likely faulty 



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  Reply # 558754 16-Dec-2011 16:49
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websites world wide say there was a glitch with it but was suppose to be fixed in october.  you have to have data deactivated and put it on 2g for it to send txt.

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  Reply # 558776 16-Dec-2011 17:54
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anahera09: i have a galaxy ace and we upgraded thrrough Kies.  We have had no end of trouble ...eg cannot send txt on 3g and now Im not able to download from Andriod market.

so, we wont to put it back to 2.2 but i have been on Kies and have had no luck in trying to do this.  Anyone know what to do or where to go?.  If this fails then i will look at SIM faults 



A factory reset should sort out problems with a new firmware install. Sometimes an upgrade can 'break' existing settings....and the factory reset to th defaults will fix it. Yes, it is an annoyance and there is some inconvenience....but the payoff is a phone that works fine and should stay that way. I'm usually happy with the result.  




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  Reply # 558777 16-Dec-2011 17:56
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Agree do a hard reset



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Reply # 558788 16-Dec-2011 18:38
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i did what suggested and so far it seems to be working fine...whew...i hope it keeps up

thanks so much for your help...you have saved me time and money getting another card for my phone.

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  Reply # 558789 16-Dec-2011 18:40
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No way it would be a SIM card issue



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  Reply # 558793 16-Dec-2011 18:48
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yeah ...I don't know much about this type of thing but even I thought it was a bit strange.

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  Reply # 558894 17-Dec-2011 08:20
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sorry slightly off topic, i thought latest firmware is 2.3.3 for nz? btw am using samsung galaxy s i9000

i just did check for updates on the phone and get no updates message.
Thanks for the advise.

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  Reply # 558896 17-Dec-2011 08:27
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sqlpro: sorry slightly off topic, i thought latest firmware is 2.3.3 for nz? btw am using samsung galaxy s i9000

i just did check for updates on the phone and get no updates message.
Thanks for the advise.


Use Samsung KIES on a PC over USB cable

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  Reply # 558914 17-Dec-2011 09:17
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johnr:
sqlpro: sorry slightly off topic, i thought latest firmware is 2.3.3 for nz? btw am using samsung galaxy s i9000

i just did check for updates on the phone and get no updates message.
Thanks for the advise.


Use Samsung KIES on a PC over USB cable


tried that john and kies kept saying am on latest !
btw am on vodafone

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  Reply # 558926 17-Dec-2011 10:19
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It's not related to what carrier you are on but place of purchase,

If purchased from Vodafone NZ then yes 2.3.3 is the latest approved version



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  Reply # 558938 17-Dec-2011 11:22
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if it helps i brought mine from heathcotes under vodafone...and i have got 2.3.5.  i thought i was only going to get 2.3.3 until i looked at phone info

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  Reply # 558939 17-Dec-2011 11:42
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johnr: It's not related to what carrier you are on but place of purchase,

If purchased from Vodafone NZ then yes 2.3.3 is the latest approved version


bummer! it was purchased locally (noelleeming).
i looked at 2.3.5 release notes i saw there are improvements to camera and really hoped it would fix blurry shots especially with video mode.

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