09-02-2008 01:01 AM
My 8330, on about the 3rd day I had it, disabled bluetooth all on it's own. I turned it back on, and next time I looked, it was back off. After turning it back on several times, there came a point at which using the menu to enable bluetooth did not work... it would not enable.
I talked to my salesman and he suggested removing and replacing the battery, which works, for a day or so at a time.
A big pain is that when bluetooth disables itself, I have no way to know I am missing calls until I stop what I am doing and look at the phone.
I noticed a similar thread in the 8100 forum.
It sounds like a revised firmware could fix this?
09-02-2008 01:19 AM
Hi and welcome to the forum,
In cases like this we recommend taking the device back and getting a new phone.
Logically why pay for a device that has to be fixed within three days?
This may be a symptom of a serious flaw that continue to get worse.
Your thoughts Please?
09-02-2008 01:45 AM
Yes it just is a software glitch.
Please upgrade to the latest 4.5.
No need to take it back when all the repair centre is going to do is remove and re-install the OS.
If this still doesn't fix ur issue, then take it back
09-02-2008 06:57 AM - edited 09-02-2008 07:02 AM
I am currently running v220.127.116.11
Where can I get the latest firmware and how do you flash the phone?
A quick spin around this website and all I can find available to download is ver 4.2 for the 8320 which is not what I want...
09-02-2008 07:09 AM
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