A list of the bugs I've found:
OS version: MOCOR_W17.35.5_Release
Firmware number: sc7701_barphone
Hardware number: 1BD5A4 DBU
IMEI SV: 04
Reset with factory defaults
I figured out what causes my volume to go up to five (5) all the time. It happens when I plug in headphones.
Hi Matt, thanks for starting this. I wanted to add my bug/complaint and see if anyone else is encountering it - basically I'm adding words to the T9 dictionary but then I lose them again if I turn the phone off.
Confirmed that T9 is not saving new words after restart.
Steps to reproduce:
1) Add a new word to T9.
2) Turn phone off and back on again.
Observe The new word is missing.
T9 seems to be forgetting my words every few days even when the phone isn't turned off...
Hi, I am also having the issue receiving texts. In my case, the texts will just stop. Eventually, hours later or the next day they will all flood in. During this time, I can send texts out but they won't come in.
When this happens, a few times I've removed the SIM and put into a different phone. The texts are immediately delivered to the alternate phone.
It seems this problem has gotten worse (it seems to be happening more often now).
Hi, Greg - Thank you, I will give that a try :)
For some reason predictive texting is now working. I have no idea why. Instructions definitely still wrong
Does anyone know if there is new firmware or software that fixes some of these bugs?
1. Trouble receiving SMS messages. Had the phone for months but only last week a text message came in and previewed on the front page, where you can only read half of the line. When you go to the SMS section that text disappeared completely, never to be recovered! So the phone received the SMS okay but lost it. The first thing I checked was the memory (and if you look under settings/files/phone memory) I can see that I've still got plenty cuz only 9 MB of a total of 32 MB of the phone memory is used.
2. Like many of you it doesn't remember new words.
3. When toggling through the various modes of text entries I wish it operated like the original Nokia. This 3310 has a few default settings backwards. For example:
a) when first entering text mode it defaults to you entering a phone number instead of typing in a nickname, causing you to create extra keystrokes to toggle to typing text. The default setting should, I believe, be to enter characters for a name that you already have as a contact. Surely contacts are the most common target for text.
b) to toggle between intelligent and normal text should, like the original Nokia, require only a double-key press. Double-clicking in either mode should toggle to the other. It does not. If intelligent mode you must press three times to arrive at normal text and four times to go back to intelligent.
c) to enter a number while in character mode you should just pressed that number & hold for a few seconds. That works. But for only one character! You hold for a few more seconds for another. And now, to add a space at the end you would normally hit the zero button but instead you get a zero followed by the last digit you dialled which must then be erased. BUGGY
I suggest they review these ergonomic actions that were so much more elegant and efficient in the original Nokia. We buy this for its famous ergonomics but it looks like the team has changed and they haven't played with the original. Darn shame.Fortunately it's only a new firmware away! Bring it on. I'd be happy to consult with Nokia to get this right as I'm the inventor of the ergonimics of the Smart Console and Arc Technology, Stav