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  1. #1
    Reynie
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    Is there a way to remove te "start-up en shutdown" splashscreen. It keeps on
    showing the stupid "Die Another Day" message. Can it be replaced with the
    original SE logo ?

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  2. #2
    Dennis
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    Re: T68i splashscreen !

    The "start-up en shutdown" splashscreen is original.
    Only the "Die Another Day" is not original.

    For so I know you can't remove the "splashscreen"
    But try the next steps:

    1. Settings,
    2. Display,
    3. User Greeting Choose off and the splashscreen will not show if you put
    the phone on.
    When you put the phone on it will show the splashscreen.

    Dennis.


    "Reynie" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Is there a way to remove te "start-up en shutdown" splashscreen. It keeps

    on
    > showing the stupid "Die Another Day" message. Can it be replaced with the
    > original SE logo ?
    >
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    > Reynie
    >
    >






  3. #3
    nookiehunter
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    Re: T68i splashscreen !


    did you buy the "die another day" edition of the t68i? wow, they really
    do exist.


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  4. #4
    Reynie
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    Re: T68i splashscreen !

    nookiehunter wrote:
    > did you buy the "die another day" edition of the t68i? wow, they
    > really do exist.


    Yes, have the SE T68i special "James Bond edition". But it always shows a
    stupid "Die Another Day" message when i switch the phone on or off. He keeps
    on showing this message even with the "User Greeting disabled" .

    Is there a way to remove this splashscreen, or to replace it with the
    original SE logo splashscreen.

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  5. #5
    Windmolen
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    Re: T68i splashscreen !


    "Reynie" <[email protected]> schreef in bericht
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    > nookiehunter wrote:
    > > did you buy the "die another day" edition of the t68i? wow, they
    > > really do exist.

    >
    > Yes, have the SE T68i special "James Bond edition". But it always shows a
    > stupid "Die Another Day" message when i switch the phone on or off. He

    keeps
    > on showing this message even with the "User Greeting disabled" .
    >
    > Is there a way to remove this splashscreen, or to replace it with the
    > original SE logo splashscreen.
    >
    > --
    > Reynie
    >

    Probably with a new firmware at your local SE-dealer.

    Jan





  6. #6
    Reynie
    Guest

    Re: T68i splashscreen !

    Windmolen wrote:
    > Probably with a new firmware at your local SE-dealer.


    I've tried that ! I have been to a official SE service center, and my T68i
    was updated with a newer firmware version. But the stupid "Die Another Day"
    message keeps on showing when i switch the phone on or off.

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  7. #7
    X Kyle M Thompson
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    Re: T68i splashscreen !

    Reynie wrote:
    > Windmolen wrote:
    >> Probably with a new firmware at your local SE-dealer.

    >
    > I've tried that ! I have been to a official SE service center, and
    > my T68i was updated with a newer firmware version. But the stupid
    > "Die Another Day" message keeps on showing when i switch the phone on
    > or off.


    Well why did you buy the special edition phone if you didn't like it?

    surely you could sell it on ebay, buy another and make a profit? I dunno how
    desireable these might be, but some people follect anything.

    kt.

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  8. #8
    nookiehunter
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    Re: T68i splashscreen !


    you could trade it for just a mineral gray t68i without the james bond
    extras... it does look odd now since the movie is kinda old.


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  9. #9
    Richard Colton
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    Re: T68i splashscreen !

    "Reynie" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Windmolen wrote:
    > > Probably with a new firmware at your local SE-dealer.

    >
    > I've tried that ! I have been to a official SE service center, and my

    T68i
    > was updated with a newer firmware version. But the stupid "Die Another

    Day"
    > message keeps on showing when i switch the phone on or off.
    >

    Try the "12 second trick" on it. Do a full reset, and approx 12 seconds
    into the reset, take the battery off. You may have to attempt it several
    times, but it should temporarily remove the startup & shutdown animations.
    But, doing another reset and letting it complete will restore the Bond
    startups. Please note, that whilst this is not known to damage phones, you
    undertake it at your own risk.

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  10. #10
    Reynie
    Guest

    Re: T68i splashscreen !

    Richard Colton wrote:
    > Try the "12 second trick" on it. Do a full reset, and approx 12
    > seconds into the reset, take the battery off. You may have to
    > attempt it several times, but it should temporarily remove the
    > startup & shutdown animations. But, doing another reset and letting
    > it complete will restore the Bond startups. Please note, that whilst
    > this is not known to damage phones, you undertake it at your own risk.


    Excellent !!! IT WORKS !!! The "start-up splashscreen" is now gone an the
    "shutdown splashscreen" is now the original SE logo. Why couldn't anyone
    told me that before. If been looking for that about three months now. And
    now it works !!!!
    Again thanks a lot !!!
    / ME VERRY HAPPY NOW !!!

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    Reynie





  11. #11
    Cliff
    Guest

    Re: T68i splashscreen !

    Solution, don't turn off the phone! Theres no reason to. If you don't
    wanna take a call, don't answer it.



    Reynie wrote:
    > Windmolen wrote:
    >
    >>Probably with a new firmware at your local SE-dealer.

    >
    >
    > I've tried that ! I have been to a official SE service center, and my T68i
    > was updated with a newer firmware version. But the stupid "Die Another Day"
    > message keeps on showing when i switch the phone on or off.
    >
    > --
    > Reynie
    >
    >





  12. #12
    Kimono Kamekaze
    Guest

    Re: T68i splashscreen !

    Richie kills another phone

    Richie lives in a **** house

    Richi kolton moron is a girl who wants to be ****ed with a huge black
    dick in the ass

    Richi has no clue how a phone looks like.

    Richie cant think, ... no brain just air


    On Mon, 28 Jul 2003 11:07:52 GMT, "Richard Colton"
    <[email protected]> wrote:

    >"Reynie" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    >news:[email protected]
    >> Windmolen wrote:
    >> > Probably with a new firmware at your local SE-dealer.

    >>
    >> I've tried that ! I have been to a official SE service center, and my

    >T68i
    >> was updated with a newer firmware version. But the stupid "Die Another

    >Day"
    >> message keeps on showing when i switch the phone on or off.
    >>

    >Try the "12 second trick" on it. Do a full reset, and approx 12 seconds
    >into the reset, take the battery off. You may have to attempt it several
    >times, but it should temporarily remove the startup & shutdown animations.
    >But, doing another reset and letting it complete will restore the Bond
    >startups. Please note, that whilst this is not known to damage phones, you
    >undertake it at your own risk.





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