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  1. #1
    Billy
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    hello peoples. i purchased an i730 about 6 months ago and about 3
    weeks ago it started acting funny. that morning after "mike-ing" with
    a friend for a couple of minutes the phone automatically went into
    airplane mode. i tried everythin i could to get it out of airplane
    mode but it just would not budge. powered it off, on again a couple of
    times, but just would not get out of airplane mode. i could not
    receive any calls, could not make any. i tried powering if off one
    last time and on again - guess wat happens next............the phone
    would not stop vibrating (i always have it on vibrate) until i power
    it off!!! so i decide to take it to telus and they say it needs repair
    and would take at least 4 weeks before i get it back. and so i get a
    loaner and after 3 weeks they call me - my phone is ready for pickup.
    i get a replacement phone. does anyone know what happened??? thanks.



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  2. #2
    Exeter
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    Re: i730 problem

    [email protected] (Billy) wrote in
    news:[email protected]:

    > so i decide to take it to telus and they say it needs repair
    > and would take at least 4 weeks before i get it back. and so i get a
    > loaner and after 3 weeks they call me - my phone is ready for pickup.
    > i get a replacement phone. does anyone know what happened???


    What are we, freakin' psychics? Why don't you ask the repair place what
    the problem was?



  3. #3
    Myself
    Guest

    Re: i730 problem

    No, but a similar problem could've happened to someone else. Then that
    person could give their two cents to the first person. Perhaps a discussion
    on the subject could be brought about if its a common problem. Then
    information would've been collectively shared. You know, since that's the
    point of a newsgroup.


    "Exeter" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > [email protected] (Billy) wrote in
    > news:[email protected]:
    >
    > > so i decide to take it to telus and they say it needs repair
    > > and would take at least 4 weeks before i get it back. and so i get a
    > > loaner and after 3 weeks they call me - my phone is ready for pickup.
    > > i get a replacement phone. does anyone know what happened???

    >
    > What are we, freakin' psychics? Why don't you ask the repair place what
    > the problem was?






  4. #4
    Exeter
    Guest

    Re: i730 problem

    "Myself" <[email protected]> wrote in
    news:[email protected]:

    > No, but a similar problem could've happened to someone else. Then
    > that person could give their two cents to the first person.


    Why not cut out all the middlemen, speculation, etc. and ask the repair
    shop what the problem was? Guess that makes too much sense. Now I can
    see if someone was having problems and didn't know what was causing it
    but Mr. Einsten had already gotten a replacement phone, he should've
    found out what the problem was at that time and then relayed it here,
    instead he wants Madame Cleo to give him his answer. I need more coffee.



  5. #5
    John
    Guest

    Re: i730 problem


    "Exeter" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > "Myself" <[email protected]> wrote in
    > news:[email protected]:
    >
    > > No, but a similar problem could've happened to someone else. Then
    > > that person could give their two cents to the first person.

    >
    > Why not cut out all the middlemen, speculation, etc. and ask the repair
    > shop what the problem was? Guess that makes too much sense. Now I can
    > see if someone was having problems and didn't know what was causing it
    > but Mr. Einsten had already gotten a replacement phone, he should've
    > found out what the problem was at that time and then relayed it here,
    > instead he wants Madame Cleo to give him his answer. I need more coffee.


    You are a TROLL






  6. #6
    Exeter
    Guest

    Re: i730 problem

    "John" <[email protected]> wrote in
    news:%[email protected]_s54:

    > You are a TROLL


    And you are a homosexual, so what's your point?



  7. #7
    MichiganHotBear
    Guest

    Re: i730 problem

    "Exeter" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > "John" <[email protected]> wrote in
    > news:%QRnc.6[email protected]_s54:
    >
    > > You are a TROLL

    >
    > And you are a homosexual, so what's your point?


    How many ways can you ***** DENIAL?






  8. #8
    harryt
    Guest

    Re: i730 problem

    I730 was rushed for sure. It has had 6 software patch releases. Most
    Nextel's get that many in their lifetime not 6 months. I always
    suggest upgrading software if it acts goofy. You will need data cable
    and go to idenupdate.com


    [email protected] (Billy) wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > hello peoples. i purchased an i730 about 6 months ago and about 3
    > weeks ago it started acting funny. that morning after "mike-ing" with
    > a friend for a couple of minutes the phone automatically went into
    > airplane mode. i tried everythin i could to get it out of airplane
    > mode but it just would not budge. powered it off, on again a couple of
    > times, but just would not get out of airplane mode. i could not
    > receive any calls, could not make any. i tried powering if off one
    > last time and on again - guess wat happens next............the phone
    > would not stop vibrating (i always have it on vibrate) until i power
    > it off!!! so i decide to take it to telus and they say it needs repair
    > and would take at least 4 weeks before i get it back. and so i get a
    > loaner and after 3 weeks they call me - my phone is ready for pickup.
    > i get a replacement phone. does anyone know what happened??? thanks.




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