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I have a tape icon on top of display screen, what is it? and how do I get rid of it? thabk you

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  • paula_steven May 31, 2010

    I have a tape/spool icon on top of display screen, I have tried voicemail but theres no messgae there it just beeps, I have taken out battery and put it back in but the icon is still there? someone must know what it is, without telling me to ring the nokia company I dont want to pay for someone to tell me to ring somebody else!

  • paula_steven May 31, 2010

    thanks so much.......

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Hi.

If the icon is in position indicated by the arrow, then it is the network operator logo:

I have a tape icon - a6455e4.gif
Here the full user manual:Nokia 2680 slide User Guide.


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Hello,

This could be voice mail icon,Try taking your battery out and putting it back in. they delete the tape icon if u have not done that yet. and if that does not work call your cell phone network service provider and talk to them they can reset your icon on your phone.

Take care.

Posted on May 31, 2010

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