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Network Problem My 3v phone is about a year old. When calls come in the keeps dropping and when whenever someone calls the person receives a message that the phone is switched off. What the chances that my phone can get back into good shape without any problem.

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Re: Network Problem

Go to and download everything you need to upgrade your software. You will also need a MINI USB data cable for this. If that doesn't fix the problem your Antenna is going out and you will need to invest in a new one. At my store I only charge about 30 bucks to do this. But, I also know of another store really close to mine that charges 45 bucks to change the KEYPAD!!!

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Can't send or receive text messages

It is likely that the phone has 'dropped off the network' or your message centre number has been accidentally changed.

The phone periodically sends a signal to the network to keep the network updated with its location. That way, when a call or text is made to your phone, the network knows which CELL to send the signal to (the last CELL place the phone was found in). If the network has not received a signal from the phone saying it is being turned off or has not managed to keep the network updated, the network will not deliver a text although this should not affect sending texts (in theory).
To get it working again, there are a few things to try:
1. Remove the battery without turning the phone off, remove the SIM and power up the phone. When the phone has started, turn it off, re-insert the SIM and start the phone.
2. Go into Network Settings and manually try to connect to another network and when it fails, set it back to automatic.
3. Temporarily put your SIM into another phone for a minute (you could get lots of texts coming in so read them before you put the SIM back into your phone.

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Hi! Your problem could be any of the below:
1-Your SIM could have faulted, resulting in signal loss. Try to put another SIM in your phone and see if problem persists.
2-Your phone antena could be damaged, thats why it keeps losing the signals.
3-There could be software issue which is causing the phone to not receive the calls and messages.

For problem, 2 and 3 take your phone to a service center to get it checked.

Hope this helps you!

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Whenever i send group messages to 20 people together,each person receives my message twice... why is this happening??? and second problem is that whenever im in my home,and I want to browse the internet,...

your suffering duplex texting your service provider are the only people who can fix this call them tell them the fault and they will correct it.

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you have wrong network seleckted you can change settings in icon messages there settings and there you can find network options then choose your network.

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Nokia E65 microphone doesn't work

hi thanks for using fixya!!

Did you accidentally dropped the Nokia E65? Well, on this error, you shoudl bring your unit to a service center to further check the hardware error such as the microphone. However, be sure that whenever you make calls you have the network signal high so that you can have quality voice calls.

If you need further assistance, let me know

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itsc hance if ud ask me coz..."network busy" message appears only when there is a problem with your network..there is nothing wrong with ur wud work perfectly fine..try inserting the sim card and refreshing it..if this problem prolongs..ten try caling ur network provider...coz they r the problem and not ur phone..All the best

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Thats not atall software prob buddy. You verify that your messages are saved on phone memory and that you are not using SIM stored numbers. You can surely backup all phone memory numbers to SIM by copying.

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That's a problem the Network Service Provider should be able to solve. I don't think it's your phone.
Remember to delete msgs, when you no longer need them. The phone only has a set amount of memory.
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It seems network jumping problem in your 6600. Some parts of transmission line is seems affected. This might be due to constant use of phone in low network area or old one phone. It is repairable. But only skill technician can repair it. You may ask FIXYA for repairmen nearby you. If this sounds helping do vote this solution & THANKS FIXYA.

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