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Visit Telecodata.us, a website that provides centralized information on telephone numbers, exchanges and companies (see References).
Click "Area/Exchange" under the Common Lookup heading.
Type the area code and the exchange (first three digits) of the phone number in the search fields and click "Search."
Review the search results. If only a single company is listed for the area code and exchange you entered, that company services all numbers for that exchange. The search results will indicate which set of phone numbers belongs to each company if multiple companies are listed. For example, in area code 718, phone numbers that begin with 208-0 are serviced by AT&T Wireless, while numbers that begin with 208-3 belong to Verizon Wireless. Or call the phone company that the purchase from and they will give you the number.
its a problem with the way the phone connects to the network for downloading the mms (multi media messages) from the networks servers(network as in referring to your cell provider) you need to take it into them and they can re-program it for you.
once you delete a message, whether text or voice it is gone and can't be retrieved thru normal process.
the info you are referring to above is done by a special program that is out there for corporate use only. if u don't do a hard reset and default back to factory settings then ur info can be retrieved. there was an article in the paper about a mo or 2 ago that there was a corporation testing out a new software and were surprised by the results cause they found text from a man having an affair and also info on someone's palm in regards to a huge business deal they were trying to land. the testers did return the devices back to the original owners cause it did have personal info on it but this is still all in the beginning phases and hasn't been patented yet.
Your phone is programmed with parameters to trancieve from a particular network. It roams when you're outside the coverage area or when the programming parameters have been altered in some way. Check your settings or refer to the network's programming unit to have the parameters entered correctly... then you'll be connected to the network services.
its stuck in test mode you have to hold clr and soft left keys and it will go back google the rest to get into debug mode to turn off test mode because it will still be on when you exit out of the fts screen
Sure it will, use a Bluetooth GPS Reciever and a program with indian maps and you cant go wrong..
Try http://www.nav4all.com, its for free and pretty simple to use. They also have references to dealers og Bluetooth GPS-devices.