Having problem updating t mobile nokia 5800
Immediately after returing in Holland the phone starts rebooting.regards, Wim Wim, also I changed sim cards from Yestelecom (new) also a dual sim. Willem, in France indeed the phone worked almost well.Make sure that you've backed up any contacts and apps stored on your phone using the Nokia Ovi Suite.Software updates need to be approved by mobile networks before your phone will allow you to update your software.Luckily I have bought the E7 at KPN Business Center with the most comprehensive service agreement they can provide so I try to go over there tomorrow and tell them that the first solution they provided (reflashing the E7) didn't solve my problem and suggest they get in touch with Nokia to find a solution. being in a place where I read mails and surf on the internet I use quicknet for quick change to dual mode.regards, Wim The solution in search both off I tested. I hope the problem will be solved in the bella update.Best thing about this new service is that you are never placed on hold and get to talk to real repairmen in the US.
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The solution you provided in your last post did I notice yesterday.
I thought let's give it a try before mentioning it in this forum.
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After updating my e7 to Anna the e7 restarts many times. set the e7 to gsm mode after this restarting problem. At home my e7 works fine but 3G coverage is very very poor. When I drove home the phone started rebooting near the village of Raamsdonk on the A59. They suggested me to wait with restoring the backup because they thought the problem was caused by an app. After more than 2 weeks of combining and testing settings, I managed to get to the bottom of this annoying freeze/reboot problem and came up with a workaround that I'd like to share it with you all: it seems like Search application within Anna's core have some config / ini files messed up by default which induces OS panic in certain 3G carriers and scenarios (especially in areas with poor 3G signal, when the operating mode between 3G and GSM switches very often).It should always be one of the first things you do if you’re having problems with your phone.