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Sorry. There doesn't seem to be a listing for these more recent pianos that were made in Latvia (There were earlier pianos built until 1962, but all have 4-5 digit serial #s). Here's what the Pierce Piano Guide says "The name Nordheimer was re-introduced in the late 1980s and used on pianos made in Latvia and the Soviet Union. The name Estonia is being used by the same company on grand pianos made in Estonia". Checking under Estonia only nets me 4 digit serial #s.
as daft as it sound sometime wifi can be to strongif you are too neer the wifi - try re-setting the router turn in on / off and try again, or factory reset the photo or go to the prestigio website as there maybe a firmware for the phone - i know they do support the phone to a resonable level
Got it!! For those getting the "No Matches Found" headache. Here's the solution:1. Go to "Settings" 2. Go to "Map" 3. Go to "Map Info" 4. MAKE SURE that "City Navigator North America NT 2008" is CHECKED. It fixed the problem for me. Hopefully it will fix yours all the same. God Bless.