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Phone will not recognise incoming calls as part of my contact book ie just get numbers coming up instead of names of contacts.

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That means you have saved single contact 2 times check it out if problem persists format the phone

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Try putting your country code before the saved contact numbers. for example engalnd contry code is +44.

Posted on Mar 23, 2011

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