Question about Nokia N95 Cellular Phone
I upgraded to N95 from N73 and immediately updated the phone software to v20. I have contacts I transfered from from my N73 and the numbers are either stored with the counry code or without (eg +268 for Swaziland).If I have a number stored as (+268) 6029173 which is a local number, when I receive calls from a local number the name does not appear despite being stored in my contacts. If I however receive an sms from such a number, the name will reflect as recorded in my contacts. Vise versa applies. This is similar to the Samsung issue. Is this a settings issue on my phone or part of the n95 software? I have checked that I do not have duplicated contacts either on the phone memory or sim card.
You should try and add your contacts to your phone memory........remove the + from the number
Posted on Mar 24, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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your phone freezes, hangs up unexpectedly, vibrates continuously ,touch screen
wont respond or in other similar ways doesn't perform as it should, this can
often be solved by performing a software update. Software may perform
incorrectly for many reasons without there being a fault in the phone. Some
problems may be fixed by re-updating your current software, while others may
require installing a new software version.
keep your phone performing at its best, it's a good idea to perform a software
update regularly. You might not always notice what an update has done, but it
can prevent future problems.
update or reinstall the software please go to nearest authorized service centre
of your mobile make and they will update or reinstall the software as required.
Reinstalling the software will delete all the content in your phone like
contacts, calendar entry etc.
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