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VX4400 - stuck in searching for service mode

Discussion in 'LG Electronics' started by jameshayden, May 16, 2003.

  1. jameshayden

    jameshayden New Member

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    I just bought the VX4400 and then went on a trip to Europe. I planned to take it with me to enter phone numbers and learn about the features all the while knowing I would get no service.

    When I open the phone, it remains stuck in a search for service which it will never find. Therefore, the time and date never appears and I cannot access the organizer to see appts in the calendar.

    Is there a way to turn the phone into a dummy phone so it won't be stuck searching for service?

    Thanks
    James
     
  2. dvntsavant

    dvntsavant New Member

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    You should be able to still enter in the contact information, I just tried to do so with my 4400. It worked fine, since the menu still functions.

    Savant
     
  3. HumanTheOtherWhiteMeat

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    My VX4400 does that too after updating PRLS. I am going to have the software updated to see if it fixes that and some other problems i am having right now with it.
     
  4. jameshayden

    jameshayden New Member

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    Thanks for responding.

    I can enter contact info but I can't access the appts or see the time and date. I like to use the phone as a clock when I'm traveling.
     
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    What is a PRLS?
     

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