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Nokia 8390 Setting - "Cell Info Display" ?

Discussion in 'NOKIA' started by johndode, Dec 8, 2002.

  1. johndode

    johndode New Member

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    Nokia 8390 Setting - "Cell Info Display" ?

    Just got an 8390 and noticed a setting under Phone Settings - Menu 4-4-2

    It says "Cell Info Display" and options are On or Off. When Switched to On, it says "May not be Poss, GPRS on." Then continues to stay on but I haven't noticed any difference or any use for this option. Anybody have any ideas as to what it does? Neither the guide nor the Nokia website have an explanation.

    JD
     
  2. jeffnt326

    jeffnt326 New Member

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    Cell Info Display let's you know how long your call was after you hang up.
     
  3. GNOSIS

    GNOSIS Junior Member
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    Nope, you're thinking of "Summary After Call" under the Call Settings, which displays how long a phone call was after hanging up. "Cell Info Display" is under the Phone Settings, and it doesn't seem to do anything.
     
  4. jeffnt326

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    Actually..i just found out what cell info display is for. It's a service that broadcasts any particular interest that u have. It works along with your "Info Messages" (menu 1-10) to let u know about whatever topic you might be interested in. Basically...you add a "channel" which corresponds with a topic whether it be informative or general knowledge. (ex. in Australia you can add channel 50 and it will give you an approximate distance to the nearest cell phone tower that it detects.) Apparently this service is available in the rest of the gsm world where it has been longer than in the U.S. I'm not sure if these services are available here.
     

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