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  1. #1
    Brian Watson
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    "Paul Gledhill" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Hi all,
    > Was wondering if someone knows what might be wrong with my phone, a
    > Nokia 6230.
    > When you switch it on, it works just fine for up to about 30 minutes.
    > After this, if someone rings me, the phone vibrates and the screen
    > shows the incoming call. However the ringtone stays silent and when I
    > accept the call it just cuts the other person off.
    > The fault is apparent, whether bluetooth is on or off, and no matter
    > what MMC card I have in, or none at all.
    > When this occurs, you have to reboot the phone to get it working
    > again. It has been doing this for a few weeks now. Never dropped it.
    > Software version 03.15 if that helps. On Orange (UK).
    > Any help would be appreciated.


    That's an early version. Get it to a service centre under guarantee (take
    the docs Orange sent you) and they'll update it for nothing.

    Mine is a later version and it's still flaky and inclined to disconnect with
    a "SIM missing" message.

    Shame, if it worked it'd be a great phone.

    :-(

    --
    Brian
    "Anyway, if you have been, thanks for listening."





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  2. #2
    DracUK
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    Re: Problem with 6230

    Well do as you advised original poster.6230 is now on firmware version
    5.35.Im using 5.24 and it works flawlessly,great phone

    regards

    "Brian Watson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > "Paul Gledhill" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    >> Hi all,
    >> Was wondering if someone knows what might be wrong with my phone, a
    >> Nokia 6230.
    >> When you switch it on, it works just fine for up to about 30 minutes.
    >> After this, if someone rings me, the phone vibrates and the screen
    >> shows the incoming call. However the ringtone stays silent and when I
    >> accept the call it just cuts the other person off.
    >> The fault is apparent, whether bluetooth is on or off, and no matter
    >> what MMC card I have in, or none at all.
    >> When this occurs, you have to reboot the phone to get it working
    >> again. It has been doing this for a few weeks now. Never dropped it.
    >> Software version 03.15 if that helps. On Orange (UK).
    >> Any help would be appreciated.

    >
    > That's an early version. Get it to a service centre under guarantee (take
    > the docs Orange sent you) and they'll update it for nothing.
    >
    > Mine is a later version and it's still flaky and inclined to disconnect
    > with
    > a "SIM missing" message.
    >
    > Shame, if it worked it'd be a great phone.
    >
    > :-(
    >
    > --
    > Brian
    > "Anyway, if you have been, thanks for listening."
    >
    >






  3. #3
    Brian Watson
    Guest

    Re: Problem with 6230


    "DracUK" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Well do as you advised original poster.6230 is now on firmware version
    > 5.35.Im using 5.24 and it works flawlessly,great phone


    Will do. My first one had an internal clock fault that meant it would not
    take an upgrade, my replacement one now needs the upgrade to work properly.
    Just a matter of finding the time to get it to a service centre...

    --
    Brian
    "Anyway, if you have been, thanks for listening."






  4. #4
    Carol Van
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    Re: Problem with 6230

    How do you find out what version is on the phone?

    Thanks,
    Carol Van

    "DracUK" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Well do as you advised original poster.6230 is now on firmware version
    > 5.35.Im using 5.24 and it works flawlessly,great phone
    >
    > regards






  5. #5
    Mike H
    Guest

    Re: Problem with 6230


    "Carol Van" <> wrote in message ...
    > How do you find out what version is on the phone?


    Type *#0000# into the phone.

    Mike.





  6. #6
    Carol Van
    Guest

    Re: Problem with 6230

    Thanks

    "Mike H" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > "Carol Van" <> wrote in message ...
    >> How do you find out what version is on the phone?

    >
    > Type *#0000# into the phone.
    >
    > Mike.
    >






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