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My calls will get dead /cut off once in every 10 calls averagely N95

When calling someone my phone will have no ringing tone .
will have to call up a second time and actually the other party had already answered my previous call but for my side i thought i did not get through. this happened quite ofthe and my line was cut off before i could finish my conversation.

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Try to reset the phone,sometimes it works!
or use this reset code (*#7780#)
if it does'nt work try it manually go
to menu, settings etc..... :-)
or if still thesame
try this full reset code...
but backup everything first
specialy contacts....
code (*#7370#)
it will restore everything....
:-)

Posted on Nov 21, 2007

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