Question about Nokia N70 Cellular Phone
6070 radio not connected
Posted on Feb 09, 2008
The headset is used as an aerial for the radio, so if you hide it under clothing the signal might be bad. It's never very good anyway. You have to be 'online' for the radio to work.
To access Gmail you need the Internet settings on your phone. You get them sent to you via your service provider, in the form of a txt msg.
I'm not patronizing you. I don't know if you can surf the net on your N70 or not! I'm just trying to find a solution to your problem.
If you have already been on the net with your phone, then I can only suggest two things.
Go to: http://www.nokia.co.uk/A4777089 to check your present software. (UK)
When updating software on Mobs, be sure to:
HAVE A FULLY CHARGED BATTERY INSERTED;
PUT IT ON GENERAL PROFILE;
TURN OFF YOUR PIN NUMBER;
CONNECT YOUR CHARGER TO YOUR MOB AND SWITCH IT ON;
DO NOT ----- DO NOT ---- TOUCH YOUR PHONE WHILE THE UPDATE IS GOING ON;
THIS CAN TAKE 30 MINUTES OR MORE.
And obviously don't unplug the phone from the PC.
Press: Menu button for 3 seconds, close all applications that are open (press c for each one)
Be patient, you may have to do a restart or two on your mob afterwards. Even remove the battery to get it going again. But give it plenty of time.
It is also wise not to use your PC while updating software, just in case the PC freezes.
If the PC freezes during an update, you're up the creek without a paddle...
I did an update on a Sony Eric 810i it took nearly two hours.
More... Your phone turns itself on and off, sometimes more than once while updating software, you should leave it well alone during the update.
Posted on Feb 01, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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