Hey Craig, Matt here. I know someone with the same phone and it happened all the time, the best way to fix it is to connect it to your PC and using the Sony Eric PC suite (on cd with the phone or you can download free from their website) update the firmware on the fon- this is an option on the suite and should fix the problem. If you cannot do this, most shops selling fons should be able to do this for you. Good luck. Matthew
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You need to long touch the books you want removed. A menu will appear with various options. Among them will be something like, "Remove from Device*. Select that option to remove the book. The book will still remain on your Cloud should you wish to download it again at some future time.
Should you wish to keep a copy of books locally but you wish to remove some of the clutter of books listed individually on the home screen, you can long touch the book and select *Add to Collection*. On the screen that comes up you can add a custom collection such as *Science Books* by touching the three horizontal bars on the top right and select *Create New Collection*
This allows you to have a bunch of books stored locally without pages and pages of individual books on the home screen to scroll through.
Here are some secret codes of Nokia N95 along with description. Use these codes at your own risk.
*#06# IMEI number (International Mobile Equipment Identity)
version and date, Phone Model and Operator Variant
timer (W A R 0 A N T Y) - The amount of time your phone has spent
sending and receiving calls.
*#62209526# Wireless MAC Address
(M A C _ W L A N)
*#2820# Bluetooth MAC address (B T A 0?)
phone (R E S 0 ?)
*#7780# Factory Reset (R S T 0 ?)
phone restores phone to as if it was out of the box. Retains firmware
version and operator Variant changes but wipes all applications you have
installed. Does not format the memory card so any apps on there may
reinstall once powered back up again.
Another way to format some
symbian phones: Power off phone. Press and hold Green, * and 3 and keep
them held whilst powering on and for a few seconds after.
Reset resets all settings to defaults but keeps any applications you
have installed and photos etc. Both need the Security code, which, by
default, is 12345.
N95 picture viewer: 2 – Scroll up (when
zoomed) 4 – Scroll left (when zoomed) 5 – Zoom in (12.5%/25%/50%) 6
– Scroll right (when zoomed) 8 – Scroll down (when zoomed) 0 –
Press and hold (in Standby): Right selection key:
Voice commands Multimedia Key: Now Playing 1: Voice mail 2-9:
shortcuts to address book you need to set up first 0: Web #:
Switches between General and Silent modes - not supported by all
Operator Variants (when composing messages will switch between character
and number input when held down)
12# (etc) in standby will dial
the number held in location 12 on your SIM address book.
THERE IS PROCEEDURE TO ACCESS RADIO # THEN CALL IN TO GET UNLOCK
CODE / DEALERS USALLY DO FOR SMALL FEE / THEY GET CHARGED EVERY
TIME THEY ACCESS THIS PHONE # / ONCE UNLOCKED YOU CAN PUT IN YOUR
OWN LOCK/UNLOCK CODE
Your SIM Card is like a floppy disk, so if you want to permanently add those people from your sim card to your Blackberry - you need to copy from the SIM into the BB Address Book. Otherwise they will be on the SIM Address Book, and you can always go look them up - but they are not saved on the BB itself.
BB: To access your cell phone address book:
Scroll to select the ADDRESS BOOK icon and press [Trackwheel] to select.
Press [Trackwheel] again to access the Menu screen for the address book.
Scroll to select the SIM PHONE BOOK and press [Trackwheel] to select.
system should say LOADING SIM PHONE BOOK.
Then if you select the menu - you should have an option to COPY ALL TO ADDRESS BOOK, select YES so it will copy whats on the SIM to the BB Memory..
This will start the download process to read the contacts stored on your SIM card which were copied from your cell phone.
I work at uniden...IF YOU HAVE A TRU, DECT, DXAI, EXAI (ANYTHING BUT DCT) MODEL what you have to is press the red key (the end key) and the # key at the same time...scroll down to base unavailable, press select, go to base #1 press select, scroll up to yes press select, place handset on main base, it will say handset registering and registration complete. I