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ionicle 07-12-09 07:36 PM

N97 Mini
 
has anyone else got this phone? i'd take a pic of it for you and show you it, but its my primary camera, so it'd be a bit difficult tbh...

i've had it 2 days and its crashed twice and rebooted 7 times ...inkeeping with the rest of nokia's lineup i see

zak4994 07-12-09 07:46 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by name='ionicle'
has anyone else got this phone? i'd take a pic of it for you and show you it, but its my primary camera, so it'd be a bit difficult tbh...

i've had it 2 days and its crashed twice and rebooted 7 times ...inkeeping with the rest of nokia's lineup i see

Must have a faulty phone then.

My cousin never had any problems with any of his N Series phones.

Tried a firmware update and such?

ionicle 07-12-09 07:47 PM

it came with the latest firmware

and from what i can see on vodafones website everyones having the same problem, its not just my phone, its all of them ...

zak4994 07-12-09 07:59 PM

Maybe it is a problem affecting the whole batch.

Warranty much?

ionicle 07-12-09 08:01 PM

or maybe its just affecting vodafone, their software on normally perfectly stable phones does seem to destableise them a little bit

they did do me a good deal on my contract though

before, i was paying 52 quid a month for 500 mins, unlimited texts and unlimited internet, with stop the clock

when i renewed it, they gave me it for 35 quid a month, gave me a N97mini, 600 mins, unlimited texts, unlimited internet, and a free 16 gig memory card, and stop the clock again, so they have done me rather proud, quite happy

nathan 07-12-09 09:45 PM

Symbian is one of the most stable mobile OS there is. My 5800 has never crashed, had for around a year now.

Wonder if it it just vodaphone software?

Brooksie 07-12-09 11:55 PM

I found the S60 to be VERY buggy on my 5800, and vodafone took forever to release updaates.

iphone ftw. :)

nathan 08-12-09 04:33 PM

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Originally Posted by name='Brooksie'
I found the S60 to be VERY buggy on my 5800, and vodafone took forever to release updaates.

iphone ftw. :)

then i would suspect its something vodaphone are doing. As S60 is prob the most stable OS there is (just needs a decent UI).

ionicle

I dont think vodaphone do the updates, nokia do. If you type *#0000#, then goto options there should be a check for updates.

Brooksie 08-12-09 05:30 PM

yes but then vodafone have to release it over their network.

zak4994 08-12-09 08:21 PM

You could just update it via computer so you get Nokia's latest firmware update.

No Voda**** bloatware.

Edit: OMG no censoring? *Enters custom censor*


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