All About Symbian - Nokia (S60) and Sony Ericsson (UIQ) smartphones unwrapped

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Old 05-10-2008, 10:24 AM
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Hi bought this on T-mobile today changed product code to 0568238 then updated through nokia software updater but i still have tmobile menu icons? How do i get rid of these?

Thanks seb
just change to the nokia theme in personalize-> themes.

i suspect theres a t-mobile theme its using.
the new firmware updatre doesnt wipe things like that out.
useful if you are using a custom theme

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Old 05-10-2008, 01:58 PM
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I think the update is only a little 1 has it leaves all user info!! so it will not debrand.. maybe a future update will do that!!

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Old 09-10-2008, 10:42 PM
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Hi, i got my brand new N96 yesterday from T-mobile and tried to debrand today using NSS. Unfortunately, the software could even retrieve my mobile's details after clicking the scan button talk less of debranding it. It just gave an error message. I tried again using my old N95 and it worked so i know the software is not at fault. Does anyone have any idea what might be the problem or are T-mobile able to block NSS

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Old 10-10-2008, 12:27 PM
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so, just flashed the product code with nss....no problems.
updated software updater and then plugged the phone in, it recognised the need for the upgraded firmware (v11.) installed it, all went fine.

Phone reboots, and its still horribly slow, try the media key, nothing happens.
restart the phone, this time the screen goes blank like its thinking about it, then nothing, reinstall the firmware....same thing.

so...new firmware, still no naviwheel, loss of media button, so i cant check if the dvb tuner is there (it is available in the uk, in very limited spots at the moment, o2 started testing in 2005, and would be nice to have for when abroad), still very slow.

more concerning is that while i have a spare battery from the old n95, nokia have shipped the phone with a travel charger (in car). Does this suggest their lack of confidence in the 950 ah battery to last a day to anyone else?

just about to phone vodafone and tell them to come and collect their pos.
its basically a shinier n95 8gb, with more memory, lesser camera, slower, and buggy. Nokia are reportedly releasing a second firmware upgrade imminently.
I have just done the same (I have a t-mobile) but then followed it up with a hard reset. seems to be an improvement on before and the media button works.

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Old 11-10-2008, 08:37 AM
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Just changed my Vodafone N96's product code to 0568238 with NSS (1.0.38.14), NSS found the phone with no problem. Ran NSU and it updated to 11.101, followed it up with a hard reset as there were hidden applications and locked APNs still.

All fine with no trace of Vodafone!
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Old 14-10-2008, 11:23 AM
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How do you do a hard reset? is it just a case of pulling the battery?

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Old 14-10-2008, 01:09 PM
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How do you do a hard reset? is it just a case of pulling the battery?
type in *#7370#

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Old 16-10-2008, 10:38 AM
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0568238: UK,IRELAND - Warm Titanium
0543713: EURO 1 - Warm Titanium
0543716: EURO 2 - Warm Titanium
0543717: EURO 3 - Warm Titanium
0543712 FRANCE - Warm Titanium
0543714 ALPS - Warm Titanium
0543715 SCANDINAVIA - Warm Titanium
0543718 BALTIAN - Warm Titanium
0543719 BALKANS - Warm Titanium
0543720 GREECE, CYPRUS - Warm Titanium
0543721 TURKEY - Warm Titanium
0543722 RUSSIA/BELARUS - Warm Titanium
0543723 MOLDOVA - Warm Titanium
0543724 UKRAINE - Warm Titanium
0543725 CIS - Warm Titanium
0543726 ISRAEL - Warm Titanium
0543727 ARABIC2 - Warm Titanium
0543728 NORTH AFRICA - Warm Titanium
0543729 SSA1 - Warm Titanium
0543730 URDU - Warm Titanium
0543731 FARSI - Warm Titanium
0554268 SSA-French - Warm Titanium
0554269 UAE - Warm Titanium
0554452 SPAIN - Warm Titanium
0554453 SSA-PT - Warm Titanium
0556600 BULGARIA and ROMANIA - Warm Titanium
0567372 ARABIC1 - Warm Titanium
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Old 17-10-2008, 08:55 PM
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type in *#7370#
I get asked to input a lock code after inputting this?

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Old 17-10-2008, 09:50 PM
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12345 should do it

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Old 17-10-2008, 10:27 PM
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Well, I tried it and it worked .. no more damn vodafone software bits ....

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Old 18-10-2008, 01:13 AM
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Does NSS work with the N96?? I'm having problems getting it to find my phone
i had the same problem with NSS, all i got was an error when trying to read my T-mobile N96, however the next day i tried it worked straight away, maybe its because of turning off PC and restarting, i also downloaded the latest version of NSS, hope this helps

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Old 21-10-2008, 09:49 PM
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Anyone have a full tutorial on updating the firmware??? I have installed the Nokia software and NSS. I run NSS and it reads my phone. I enter a new product code, click enable then write. Everything goes to plan until I open the nokia updater. Foe some reason, it keeps telling me that my phone is not connected, when it clearly is. Can anyone help me with this???????????????????????????? Why isnt the updater picking up my n96????

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Help

I need factory settings code for restart my N96!

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