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Nokia 6230 "call rejected"

Discussion in 'Nokia - Unlocking' started by 99crarus, Apr 5, 2005.

  1. 99crarus

    99crarus Member

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    i also found a nokia 6230 on a bus and thought after all the things i had lost on the bus i would take something back. I had it for 2 days working fine sending texts and calls but now is just says "call rejected" and "message sending failed" i was just wondering if anyone new how to fix this!!
     
  2. Fieldog

    Fieldog Member

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    I have the very same prob - and I found mine on a road.......
    What is it causing this?
    I cant really get the firmware upgraded can I?
    Any thoughts anyone?
    My battery also wastes really quickly.........


     
  3. tomdelany

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    haha, well i think hte nice thing you could of done is taken it into the police. but i think the original owner has rang the service provider and had the SIM card cancelled and also the phone. each cell phone has a special IMEI number and if that is cancelled that means no SIM card can be used with this cell phone
     
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    Unless you get it unlocked!

    But it wont work with the original network it was on, ie, if the phone was on orange, when unlocked it wont work on orange.
     
  5. VinylPshr

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    Are you sure?

    There was a big campaign a while back "stolen phones don't work anymore".

    It was my understanding that the main networks had finally got clued up and were using a shared database of blocked IMEI's.

    I may be proven wrong on this point ;)
     

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