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Possible failure of the trans receiver input, the network section.
Since this is a hardware failure I request that you will need assistance from Nokia care to change the IC. Take estimate and decide.Avail the warranty if within the period.

Posted on Oct 15, 2010

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Nokia e63 no network operator found solution


First Option:
Phone in the Other Sim and check the Phone Network Signal If Network Signal Problem not Solved So
Secend Option:
Your Phone Network IC Fault So Please change Network IC
And Network Signal Problem will Solved
if it is there isn't much you can do on this side of the network.
Contact your phone company.

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My mobile has a special problem. The mobile shows a weak signal and sometimes zero signal at my home even though the other nokia mobile signals are very high at my home.(same network other nokia mobile...


Hi,
Are they the same models?
The phone's capability to sustain a stable network coverage may vary even in model types.
While at your home,remove the phone's battery and simcard and fit them again.
Note how the phone's network signal registers.
It may start very high and then drop drasticaly to very low or no signal at all or sustain a constant signal reception.
If the reception's good in other areas,then your home area's network coverage may not be that good.


Hope this helps.Thanks!

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Samsung B209 network Problem does not show the network and dose not connect the call


Welcome to FixYa!

It means that there is no network coverage in your area. In most cases, your operator or service provider is the best source of assistance with issues regarding network coverage.

When you are in outdoors, move your position to find a good signal network coverage area. When you are in indoors ( like building, basement and subway station), change your position by small spaces, or move towards a window.

If other mobile phones with the same operator or service provider as yours does not have a signaltoo, then it is conclusive that there is no network coverage.

If other mobile phones with the same operator or service provider as yours does have a signal, then you need to upgrade your cell phones firmware. Unfortunately, there is no upgrade available from Samsung's Website http://www.samsung.com/in/consumer/mobile-phone/mobile-phone/cdma-phone/SCH-B209ZKAREL/index.idx?pagetype=prd_detail&tab=support


Samsung B209 uses CDMA Technology at 800Mhz frequency. If your operator or provider uses GSM Technology, then your phone will not get any signal.

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Jun 04, 2011 | Cell Phones

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Sir i have Samsung B209 Set this cell does not show network & does not connect the call so plz send me any sol.................


Welcome to FixYa!

It means that there is no network coverage in your area. In most cases, your operator or service provider is the best source of assistance with issues regarding network coverage.

When you are in outdoors, move your position to find a good signal network coverage area. When you are in indoors ( like building, basement and subway station), change your position by small spaces, or move towards a window.

If other mobile phones with the same operator or service provider as yours does not have a signal too, then it is conclusive that there is no network coverage.

If other mobile phones with the same operator or service provider as yours does have a signal, then you need to upgrade your cell phones firmware. Unfortunately, there is no upgrade available from Samsung's Website http://www.samsung.com/in/consumer/mobile-phone/mobile-phone/cdma-phone/SCH-B209ZKAREL/index.idx?pagetype=prd_detail&tab=support


Samsung B209 uses CDMA Technology at 800Mhz frequency. If your operator or provider uses GSM Technology, then your phone will not get any signal.

Thank you for using FixYa.

Have a great day.
Jas247

Jun 04, 2011 | Cell Phones

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I have an lg cookie but today i keep gettin emergacy calls only and no signal is there anythin i can do to solve this


Hi,
Check for the network availability of your network operator in the place where you are using any other mobile phone. If your device not showing up the signal even if it is available, ten try using your mobile phone after changing to any other network operator's sim card so as to check weather the problem is with your device or network operator itself.
I hope this is useful to find out where your problem exactly.
Thanks

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Hi there, i have a Nokia N95 8gb and the problem is when i put my sim card in and start it up, the signal bar gives me 2 bars max or one bar sometimes or sometimes no serice when im outside. i tried 2 sims...


Select Menu- go to settings -select network-change operator selection to manual your mobile will scan for the network and select the network and check the signal strength..If signal strength is still low contact your operator (customer service).

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No signal my 3310


i think your phones internal antenne may get damaged you can change it or try putting the sim card of other network providers if thats also not working the nproblem is inside the phone else the network provider will not have network coverage in your area contact them soon thats all....

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    Computer systems (nodes or hosts)
    Transmission media--a path for electrical signals between devices
    Network interfaces--devices that send and receive electrical signals
    Protocols--rules or standards that describe how hosts communicate and exchange data
    Despite the costs of implementation and maintenance, networks actually save organizations money by allowing them to:

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    Share peripheral devices like printers
    Increase internal and external communications
    Increase productivity and collaboration
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    Peer-to-Peer In a peer to peer network, the hosts provide and consume network services, and each host has the same operating system. Advantages of peer to peer networks include:
    Easy implementation
    Inexpensive
    Disadvantages of peer to peer networks include:
    Difficult to expand (not scalable)
    Difficult to support
    Lack centralized control
    No centralized storage

    Client/Server In a client/server network, hosts have specific roles. For example, some hosts are assigned server roles which allows them to provide network resources to other hosts. Other hosts are assigned client roles which allows them to consume network resources. Unlike peer to peer networks, hosts in a client/server network have different operating systems. Advantages of client/server networks include:
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    Easy support
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    Disadvantages of client/server networks include:
    Server operating systems are expensive
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    Participation
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    Public A large collection of unrelated computers, with each node on the network having a unique address. The Internet, for example, is a public network. Because computers are unrelated and many companies and individuals share the same communication media, the public network is by nature insecure.
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C13 ...same problem!!!!


A network is a group of computers (often called nodes or hosts) that can share information through their interconnections. A network is made up of the following components:

Computer systems (nodes or hosts)
Transmission media--a path for electrical signals between devices
Network interfaces--devices that send and receive electrical signals
Protocols--rules or standards that describe how hosts communicate and exchange data
Despite the costs of implementation and maintenance, networks actually save organizations money by allowing them to:

Consolidate (centralize) data storage
Share peripheral devices like printers
Increase internal and external communications
Increase productivity and collaboration
There are several ways to classify networks. The following table lists several ways to describe a network.

Peer-to-Peer In a peer to peer network, the hosts provide and consume network services, and each host has the same operating system. Advantages of peer to peer networks include:
Easy implementation
Inexpensive
Disadvantages of peer to peer networks include:
Difficult to expand (not scalable)
Difficult to support
Lack centralized control
No centralized storage

Client/Server In a client/server network, hosts have specific roles. For example, some hosts are assigned server roles which allows them to provide network resources to other hosts. Other hosts are assigned client roles which allows them to consume network resources. Unlike peer to peer networks, hosts in a client/server network have different operating systems. Advantages of client/server networks include:
Easily expanded (scalable)
Easy support
Centralized services
Easy to backup
Disadvantages of client/server networks include:
Server operating systems are expensive
Requires extensive advanced planning

Geography and Size
Local Area Network (LAN) LANs reside in a small geographic area, like in an office. A series of connected LANs, or a LAN connected across several buildings or offices, is called an internetwork.
Wide Area Network (WAN) A WAN is a group of LANs that are geographically isolated but connected to form a large internetwork. When implementing a WAN, remember to provide local access to user resources to prevent a high rate of WAN traffic.
Participation
Private A LAN or WAN for private individual or group use which may or may not be secure. Examples include home and organization (small business, corporate, institute, government) networks. Intranets and extranets, although related to the Internet, are private networks. Both an extranet and intranet are tightly controlled, and made available only to select organizations. An extranet is made available to the public and an intranet is made available internally.
Public A large collection of unrelated computers, with each node on the network having a unique address. The Internet, for example, is a public network. Because computers are unrelated and many companies and individuals share the same communication media, the public network is by nature insecure.
Signalling
Baseband Baseband signalling allows one signal at a time on the network medium (cabling).
Broadband Broadband signalling divides the network medium into multiple channels, allowing several signals to traverse the medium at the same time.

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try to put your phone Network Mode in GSM, not in Dual Mode.
or try this'
press menu>select setting>Network>on network setting select Operator selection'
select manual.
after the phone search and say No Operator found.
your phone prob. is in the hardware...

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