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Manual says:

Notification Indicator:
Flashing in red indicates low battery status.
Glowing in red indicates that battery charging is in progress.
Glowing in green indicates that the battery is fully charged.

But if i turn on the phone and i close the flip, the led is flashing in green. I can't undertand. I tried an hard reset.
Flashing frequency isn't dependant on signal strenght like ericcson phones do.

Any suggestions?

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Manual says:

Notification Indicator:
Flashing in red indicates low battery status.
Glowing in red indicates that battery charging is in progress.
Glowing in green indicates that the battery is fully charged.

But if i turn on the phone and i close the flip, the led is flashing in green. I can't undertand. I tried an hard reset.
Flashing frequency isn't dependant on signal strenght like ericcson phones do.

Any suggestions?

Thanks

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Maybe you have got new ROM and finally the led is showing that there is network coverage? Mine never blinks green.

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i have a recent rom:
mms application is Anny way mms and is in english, german, french, italian, spanish. all other mitac apps are in these languages. btw, gapi isn't fixed ;)

battery lasts for only 12 hours
when battery is over, led blinks red and green :?: :?:

manual is updated at july 2004 but: hard reset howto is wrong and no mention of green led blinking :D

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i have a recent rom:
mms application is Anny way mms and is in english, german, french, italian, spanish. all other mitac apps are in these languages. btw, gapi isn't fixed  ;)

battery lasts for only 12 hours
when battery is over, led blinks red and green  :?:  :?:

manual is updated at july 2004 but: hard reset howto is wrong and no mention of green led blinking  :D

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I think green led blinking is for gprs connection; my green led blink only after first grps connection and stop when i disable it (power off and restart phone).

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it may be.
let me check

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Can you tell us what firmware version are you using?
I'd like to try your multilanguage version...

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magnetic do you have that mms app on cd? can you give me the full name of that mms app and version thanks

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Is Materna Anny Way MMS 1.2.031/SP
Is a preinstalled in rom software, so i don't have the cab.

Is badly translated:
Delete message is: Delete messages
Move MMS to folder is: Go to

For sending an mms it takes several minutes

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it may be.
let me check

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Yes, is blinking for the gprs connection, i have to restart my phone for turnoff this

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