Carol, 13 Sep 2012Ok, let's see. You bought the phone new? From which store? Also, since you bought it, did you ... moremy phone is a second hand phone. i think the old user set my security code already because when i enter security code it shows error n may unlock in 5 times. perhaps i need hard reset by pressing keys because its no need code. thank for ur all help i wanna be ur friend! oh mat! are u also computer programmer?
Sovanndy Cambodia, 12 Sep 2012need help carol!!! i can't reset my phone to factory setting, it shows code error when i enter... moreOk, let's see. You bought the phone new? From which store? Also, since you bought it, did you ever update it? Also, did you ever set you security code up? You can try this: enter settings\phone\phone management\security settings\phone and sim card\security code. See if it asks you for a new code. If it asks you, you're lucky, you can set a code(make shore you won't forget it:))) and then you can do the reset part. If not, there is no problem, you can tell them that you also forgot the security code and they will reset it for you.
After seeing the boring, underwhelming, me-too specs from crApple iFruitcake 5, err, 4.2, I'm now willing to pay a bigger price than an hypePhone5 to get the Nokia 808 PureView! Reward true innovation and brilliant design by buying the new Nokia 808!
guys anyone in india got fp 2 for nokia 808 pv...808 one of the best fone ever..iam sure iam gonna keep it for ever....i love the hardware,software cam everything ..batt life is awesome...still aaple is fooling ppl by just faster processors and all...nting out of the box..i love nokia...best innovater
Sovanndy Cambodia, 12 Sep 2012need help carol!!! i can't reset my phone to factory setting, it shows code error when i enter... moreif u cant enter ur password then u must to go to nokia shop to fix it it happened to me once when i was having N8 they reset my password
Carol, 11 Sep 2012It may be true (for them)... but nokia 808 has fp1 and has no problem, in fact, nokia 808 was ... moreneed help carol!!! i can't reset my phone to factory setting, it shows code error when i enter 12345 for security code. what going on?
Sovanndy Cambodia, 12 Sep 2012Thank so much Carol, u are the best of all! i now understand ckearly about that also that why ... moreYour welcome, yes i'm sort of technician:). Don't forget to format phone mem to. Though, i doubt that nokia care will update with nokia suite. Do it just for you to feel better:
i love this phone. i am using this almost 45 days now and camera is awosome and battery is excellent. on one can beet this phone. Nokia much better than Samsung Galaxy S3 and all others phones
pity that lack of Nokia moral support made this super camera phone obsolete.
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Carol, 11 Sep 2012It may be true (for them)... but nokia 808 has fp1 and has no problem, in fact, nokia 808 was ... moreThank so much Carol, u are the best of all! i now understand ckearly about that also that why some user had bad experience with software update. are u technician dude? i'll backup my personal data n format mass memory before take it to nokia care. thanks again!
King of Nokia phones with amazaing camera. I bought this at around Rs.31000 from delhi 2 months back. Currently its price is Rs.29750 (source http://tinyurl.com/d4cvo23) Good buy.
Sovanndy Cambodia, 11 Sep 2012thank Carol am will take it to nokia care next few days, but i still doubt about some user com... moreIt may be true (for them)... but nokia 808 has fp1 and has no problem, in fact, nokia 808 was released with fp1 and from 808 users you here only good things. That's only because, until now, are more experienced users than normal users who bought this piece of art. this was an offtopic comment;)). Ok, ontopic now: from my experience, if you want to have a good stable and new system, you need to install it from scratch. In mobile world that is not possible until now because you don't have a bios to keep the hardware up and running. But believe me, if you could do that you would have had the most stable smartphone out there. But you can still "fake" a stable system installation if you're not upgrading via OTA (first) or via nokia suite without formating the phone first. So, from my experience if you format the mass memory and that the phone and only after that, install the new firmware and available updates etc. You will have an 70% more stable system. So, every time there is an important firmware update i do like this: 1: copy important files to a backup folder in my pc. 2: backup only contacts and messages from phone memory( sometimes the calendar to) 3: format mass memory 4: this is a tricky one - open settings/phone/phone management/factory settings/delete data and restore. Now everything is like out of the box. 5: access folders where nokia suite keeps the installation files (in case you have already updated your phone before). In my case (windows 7) this files are in: C:\ProgramData\Nokia\Nokia Suite\NOSSU2\variants\Products and i delete all the folders that are in there. 6: now i plug the phone in my pc\open nokia suite\flash with the new firmware... So, to answer you:)), if you do it right all the new firmwares must be better then old ones (and IF they are not, nokia will release bug fixes as soon as they can)
Carol, 11 Sep 2012No, i don't think it is, if you don't have any strange apps from a network provider, is not. I... morethank Carol am will take it to nokia care next few days, but i still doubt about some user comments which disappointed with the software update. some of them complaint about can't connect to wireless, low sound, no vibrate etc. is it true?