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davecozens 27-10-2009 12:03 PM

Right. Formatting mass memory now. than a *'7370# reset for me..

Ammar_Dento 27-10-2009 12:03 PM

1. Any improvements in the RAM? Any additional free mega bytes after booting?
2. Anything new in internal memory?

falconer 27-10-2009 12:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Venomrush (Post 443918)
Saying goodbye to warranty? :o
It'll be hard to throw it on the bay ...

It's worthed to wait.

It was heading to being thrown on the floor and being jumped up and down on :D

Maximus434 27-10-2009 12:06 PM

Sure you can just change the product code back when it's released for UK, Nokia wont know any difference! Should be no problems with warranty.

ltomovski 27-10-2009 12:08 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Venomrush (Post 443918)
Saying goodbye to warranty? :o
It'll be hard to throw it on the bay ...

It's worthed to wait.

You are not sayingo good bye to anything .. If the phone goes bad .. you simply return the phone to the original product code ..

nottmbantam 27-10-2009 12:11 PM

What utter testicles.

Stuck at work, the N97 is at home, will have to rush home and download it. It had better be available to us Middle Eastern types..... Grrrr.

Venomrush 27-10-2009 12:12 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Maximus434 (Post 443926)
Sure you can just change the product code back when it's released for UK, Nokia wont know any difference! Should be no problems with warranty.

When you do a firmware update, your phone sends info to Nokia, here's what being sent:

Online Software Update Attempt History
Date/Time (GMT) YYYY-MM-DD | Update Type | Result | Reason | Original Software Version | Target Software Version | Product Code

Any Nokia engineers here can confirm that what I'm posting is correct.

Venomrush 27-10-2009 12:13 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by ltomovski (Post 443927)
You are not sayingo good bye to anything .. If the phone goes bad .. you simply return the phone to the original product code ..

That doesn't help when you've already done an update, there's already a mark on warranty for changing product codes when they look at warranty check for the device seeing the update log for the phone.

nottmbantam 27-10-2009 12:14 PM

Yay!!

it's available acording the Nokia website. Got antoerh 50mins at wrok, then its off home to download.

It had better be good. Or else.

celios 27-10-2009 12:17 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Venomrush (Post 443930)
That doesn't help when you've already done an update, there's already a mark on warranty for changing product codes when they look at warranty check for the device seeing the update log for the phone.

You you're saying the moral of the story is.... don't buy Nokia?

Venomrush 27-10-2009 12:18 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by celios (Post 443932)
You you're saying the moral of the story is.... don't buy Nokia?

No, telling you not to change product codes.

celios 27-10-2009 12:23 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Venomrush (Post 443933)
No, telling you not to change product codes.

I would say the moral is, don't give your money to Nokia.

A company that releases devices bug-ridden firmware and then makes users wait 1-2 months for localised firmware AND THEN attempts to deny warranty claims due to poor design and QA, sounds like it doesn't deserve the money.

angiepea 27-10-2009 12:23 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by Venomrush (Post 443933)
No, telling you not to change product codes.


am i bovvered

zxon 27-10-2009 12:28 PM

Not available for the UK?! After all the bloody hassle that we've been giving Nokia over it!?

I've just about had enough!

celios 27-10-2009 12:37 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by zxon (Post 443936)
Not available for the UK?! After all the bloody hassle that we've been giving Nokia over it!?

I've just about had enough!

See post #27 above.


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