Question about Nokia 2600
The E symbol on the screen is not a problem at on the phone. It is just a symbol that show your phone can surf the internet. You cannot get it off. As long as your phone is an internet phone you will have either E or G on the screen.
It is not in any way a threat to the operation of the phone. As a matter of fact it helps you take note of some functions like if there is no service, there will be a red slash (\) over the E, if it is about to connect to the internet you have the E in a box, and and if you are about to receive a call you also have a red slash (\) over the E symbol.
The E does not cause any problem and is not a symbol that your phone is faulty, it is a part of the function of the phone so do not panic that you are having the E symbol on the screen.
As a matter of fact if you do not see the E on the screen at any time, then take note that there is an error somewhere on the phone that needs to be checked.
Take care and good luck
Posted on Oct 15, 2010
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