Question about Nokia N90 Cellular Phone
I have been using Nokia N90 for last 3 years but before 8 months i had my software update and since then my N90's bluetooth is working in only 6 inches range.
I can receive and send data but only in this range.
I have this problem since i updated my software. I again updated the software but yet the problem is not solved.
I went to Nokia Priority but they are telling to change bluetooth which my cost a big sum to me.
Pls give me the solution and pls pls pls do not tell me to "go to my nearest Nokia Service centre."
Just try reset your phone to its factory settings. you can find this to the SETTINGS of your phone. For my further help, you can send me email at email@example.com
Posted on Feb 15, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Note: Before updating, you might like to backup your phone's contents using Nokia PC Suite. These can be restored once the update is complete.
1) Download and install Nokia Software Updater (this need only be done once). 2) Connect your phone to your PC with a suitable USB cable and open Nokia Software Updater. 3) Follow the on-screen prompts until your update is complete!
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Install the Nokia PC-Suite on your computer.
Use the connection wizard supplied with the software together with your USB cable an you should be good to go.
The Nokia PC-Suite supplies all the drivers and applications neede to transfer your photos.
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