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Nokia 6015i antenna

Discussion in 'NOKIA' started by RJB, Dec 14, 2004.

  1. RJB

    RJB Gold Senior Member
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    Well this might be a tough question to answer but what the heck I will ask. So I have the Nokia 6015i and I was sitting there thinking what if the antenna breaks on this phone I do not see how you could get the antenna out. Does anyone know how this would be accomplished???
     
  2. BUmmedic

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    First off, don't break the antenna... you'd have to disassemble the phone using a T6 torx screwdriver and remove the "guts" of the phone, then access the antenna to get it out. It can be done.
     
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  3. Andy

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    I have two 3589i's, and never pull out the antennas, unless I am in a fringe area and have static with the antenna pulled in, so I would suggest, to in general, not even bother pulling the antenna out.
     

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