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well the reset button is behind the front face cover. However I doubt this will do much for you.
Reasons for not connection. 1) Battery is too low and needs full recharge via AC adapter 2) Poor position or being overshadowed by buildings or other electronic devices
3) Dead SIIRF chip caused by starting motor with the GPS plugged to DC power. Might work a 100 times without problem 101 kills it. The whole mother board needs to be changed. Cost often exceeds value. No device should be connected when staring engine. Even a fused DC adaptor somketimes does not blow the fuse when spiked and will allow enough spike to pass to kill this delicate echip. Even mobile phones will suffer this problem pooof! gone within 10 seconds!
The eraticness may be a faulty charged batterty but I doubt it.
Goto Nokia.com and see if there are any software upgrades for you phone. If it is needed, install Nokia PC Suite as well if there are any needed. Purchase a USB cable as well for your cell phone if you don't have one already.
Its because your phone may be using the memory card as its storage for the messages. To fix this, go to messaging > Click OPTIONS on inbox > scroll down to settings > Scroll down to other > and go to memory in use > select phone memory. If it has already phone memory selected, try the memory card. When you connect to the computer, if it tries to access the segment in use by the phone, it will block it out.
Hope it works out for you ;)
I called in another Nokia shop and asked them , they told me the N81 did not have the GPS connection only a simulation it would works with an external GPS reciver, fortunatley I had one which I used for my laptop and this worked perfectly with it .The shop Igot my N81 had told me I did not need any other device.
I have recently purchased a Zumo 550 and successfully copied across selected phone book entries from a Nokia N95 without the need to use any additional apps:-
1) Assuming the N95 and Zumo are paired via BlueTooth
2) In N95 Contacts - use 'Mark' / 'Mark All' as necessary to select the contact entries you wish to transfer to the Zumo 550
3) In N95 Contacts - select 'Options' then 'Send Business Card' then 'Via Bluetooth'
4) Select the Zumo 550 device from the list of paired Bluetooth devices
5) Contact data is transferred from N95 phonebook to Zumo 550 phonebook
Interestingly, Garmin don't seem to list the Nokia N95 as being a supported device on their website, but the above process worked for me!!
Sure it will, use a Bluetooth GPS Reciever and a program with indian maps and you cant go wrong..
Try http://www.nav4all.com, its for free and pretty simple to use. They also have references to dealers og Bluetooth GPS-devices.