Question about Nokia N900 Smartphone
There is nothing special about the green indicator. It simply means your phone is connected to the Internet and you are accessing. It'll keep blinking unless you are disconnected from the internet. Once you disconnect the net connection, you'll no longer see the indicator. As on other models like N70 or similar models, you'll see "G" or other similar indicators blinking while the phone is connected to the internet. So it's not a kind of defect or a faulty. It's normal and there's nothing wrong with it.
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Posted on Aug 24, 2010
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