Question about Cell Phones
Set the ******** off and see if it rings otherwise try any ringtone as your default callertune and observe if the speakers ring. If not then best to take it to a technician...........sodeep
Posted on May 04, 2009
*#7337# always creates problem of setting imei number to 15 0's for Samsung mobiles.This is because this code formats the NAND part of the EEPROM which in turn results in the rejection of the network service & hence displays "Limited Network" after phone reboots.I am posting this comment to help all those users who have accidently gone through such a situation. The only remedy of this problem is that you need to take your cell phone to your nearest Samsung Service Center, rather than wasting your days fishing the internet, where they will install the company made software which is otherwise not available in market.You may be charged a nominal sum of 250 rupees or so.............tc & enjoy life my email id : firstname.lastname@example.org
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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