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Re: LG TU550 apparently has 72 ringtones, I can only...
This phone does not come with 72 ringtones, rather it has 72 "chords" that can make up a polyphonic ringtone. Most polyphonic ringers can simulate the sound of various instruments, instead of just tones. Different phones support a different number of simultaneous instruments or "chords". Your phone has more than most with its 72. hope that helps
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I assume that your Telstra LG TU550 IS UNLOCKED AND NOT NETWORK RESTRICTED.
Your SIM card could be locked due to wrongly enteriing your pass key wrong at least 3 times: DO NOT ATTEMPT TO enter the wrong pass key again as after 10 total attempts, the SIM WILL SELF DESTRUCT and will need to be physically replaced at a cost.
Solution: Contact your sevice provider for the SIM and get them to give you the Phone Unlock Key (PUK) associated with your SIM (you will need to prove you are the registred owner of that SIM card and Mobile number).
Alternatively, if you have registred the SIM online, the PUK code is either already available online or can be requested online.
Hope it helps and let me know how you go.
3g2 formatted files are not recognized on the LG Rumor2 because there is no camcorder. Having no camcorder eliminates the necessity to support the aforementioned format. It kinda sucks.... HARD... but its one of the things that LG, for whatever reason, decided to leave out.
You will need to use Optus to access the internet from your mobile (the data rates are way cheaper than Telstra anyway) as there is the internet connections are completely seperate. You'll still be able to check your Bigpond email though. Check the Telstra website for the "SMTP settings" you need.
is it asking for the code as soon as you switch on if so i can get you master override code but i need your imei number from under the battery on back of phone look like 123456/23/2344/ give me this code and i can get override code for you let me know ok