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  1. #1
    Dave
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    Hi, after entering my pin code "hello" is displayed momentarily until the
    network is displayed.

    I have tried erasing the welcome message (in phone settings), even wrote
    another and saved it - but I still get "hello" displayed.

    This is a second-hand phone and I do not have a manual with it - but I have
    read the online pdf manual and it hasn't helped.

    TIA Dave





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  2. #2
    Richard Colton
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    Re: 3310 Welcome message


    "Dave" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Hi, after entering my pin code "hello" is displayed momentarily until the
    > network is displayed.
    >
    > I have tried erasing the welcome message (in phone settings), even wrote
    > another and saved it - but I still get "hello" displayed.
    >
    > This is a second-hand phone and I do not have a manual with it - but I

    have
    > read the online pdf manual and it hasn't helped.


    It's more than likely a message put on the SIM card by you provider. For
    example, in the UK, Vodafone put a stupid "How are you?" message that pops
    up every tiem you turn the phone on. Not a lot you can do about it other
    than obtaining an alternative SIM that doesn't have the message.

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  3. #3
    SA
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    Re: 3310 Welcome message

    "Richard Colton" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > It's more than likely a message put on the SIM card by you provider. For
    > example, in the UK, Vodafone put a stupid "How are you?" message that pops
    > up every tiem you turn the phone on. Not a lot you can do about it other
    > than obtaining an alternative SIM that doesn't have the message.



    The message from the provider is on the phone rather than the SIM. I have
    just transferred my Vodafone SIM from a Nokia, which displayed my welcome
    note as I expected. Put it into my new phone and I get the "How are you?" as
    you describe.

    I thought it strange so I put in a T-Mobile pay as you go SIM ... still got
    the "How are you?"

    Unfortunately, though, I don't know why you're unable to overwrite the
    "hello" message.





  4. #4
    Spunky Monkey
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    Re: 3310 Welcome message

    Hello thank you for taking time to read this post Ive just started a
    new ringtone site, (www.ringtones-24-7.com) and was hoping for some of
    you guys to give some tips on getting a good search ranking and
    promotion of sites.

    Thanks in advance



  5. #5
    Bud
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    Re: 3310 Welcome message


    "Spunky Monkey" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Hello thank you for taking time to read this post Ive just started a
    > new ringtone site, (www.dickheadr-r-us.com) and was hoping for some of
    > you guys to give some tips on getting a good search ranking and
    > promotion of sites.


    Tip 1 - DONT Hijack peoples threads

    Tip 2 - Dont Spam

    Tip 3 - If people ask about where to get your sort of crap THEN you can
    suggest

    Tip 4 - Dont spam

    Bud





  6. #6
    Mike H
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    Re: 3310 Welcome message


    "Bud" <> wrote in message ...

    > Tip 2 - Dont Spam


    By quoting the original post in your reply, makes you equally as bad, as
    you've now also posted spam. Well done!!.

    Mike.





  7. #7
    Richard Colton
    Guest

    Re: 3310 Welcome message


    "Mike H" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > "Bud" <> wrote in message ...
    >
    > > Tip 2 - Dont Spam

    >
    > By quoting the original post in your reply, makes you equally as bad, as
    > you've now also posted spam. Well done!!.


    No it doesn't, it provides context and he munged the spammers URL, so
    personally I don't see a problem.

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  8. #8
    Mike H
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    Re: 3310 Welcome message


    "Richard Colton" <> wrote in message ...
    > "Mike H" <> wrote in message...
    > > "Bud" <> wrote in message ...
    > >
    > > > Tip 2 - Dont Spam

    > >
    > > By quoting the original post in your reply, makes you equally as bad, as
    > > you've now also posted spam. Well done!!.

    >
    > No it doesn't, it provides context and he munged the spammers URL, so
    > personally I don't see a problem.


    Apologies, I hadn't spotted Bud had munged the url.

    Mike.





  9. #9
    Richard Colton
    Guest

    Re: 3310 Welcome message


    "Mike H" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > "Richard Colton" <> wrote in message ...
    > > "Mike H" <> wrote in message...
    > > > "Bud" <> wrote in message ...
    > > >
    > > > > Tip 2 - Dont Spam
    > > >
    > > > By quoting the original post in your reply, makes you equally as bad,

    as
    > > > you've now also posted spam. Well done!!.

    > >
    > > No it doesn't, it provides context and he munged the spammers URL, so
    > > personally I don't see a problem.

    >
    > Apologies, I hadn't spotted Bud had munged the url.


    We all have "off" days. ;-)

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  10. #10
    Bud
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    Re: 3310 Welcome message


    "Mike H" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Apologies, I hadn't spotted Bud had munged the url.


    Accepted lol

    Bud





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