Question about Nokia N73 Cellular Phone
If it's a signal strength problem, it's more likely to be your Network Service Provider than your phone. However your internal aerial might be faulty.
You could try a restore to factory settings, but I don't think it will change anything.
Updating the Firmware might help.
You need to download the latest Nokia PC Suite to do an update on your phone.
Before updating software you should check that there’s a newer version of software available.
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.
Be patient, you may have to do a restart or two on your mob afterwards. Even remove the battery to get it going again (not recommended). 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 May 20, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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BSNL 3G Configuration for HTC Wildfire (A3333) - Postpaid
1. Speak to BSNL customer Service center and get the
confirmation whether 3G service is activated.
2. Menu -> Settings -> Wireless & Networks -> Mobile networks -> Access Point Names -> New APN
don't change anything else and just save the settings.
3. Under 'Network Mode' the option selected should be
4. Menu -> Settings -> Wireless & Networks ->
Select 'Mobile Network' to connect to internet and look for see letter 'H' at
the top near the coverage bars.
5. Lauch the browser and check 'Google.com'
Its working fine for me after a long struggle with BSNL customer care, Finally got fixed by applying the above fix.
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