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-I had this happen on a imported V3i back in the day so I know what went wrong. The software was lost to time and the phone needs to be reflashed. I bought mine as an international unlocked because this phone was released when the carriers imposed artificial OS limitations that were more severe then the current Android phones. I bought mine as an international unlocked model for the ability to use MP3’s as ringtones back then because AT&T/Cingular restricted that back then.
+I had this happen on a imported V3i back in the day so I know what went wrong. The software was lost to time and the phone needs to be reflashed. I bought an international model (unlocked) since the AT&T/Cingular version didn’t allow you to use MP3 ringtones.
That said, it may not make economic sense to get the phone relfashed depending on which version you have and the network limitations that you will probably have to deal with (International models have 3G bands, but NONE of them work in the US and the US phones flat out didn’t outside of models like the V3xx, which were typically exclusive). Outside of T-Mobile (and even that may end), nobody has 2G towers left in the US. I suspect the flash ROM on your phone may have also failed since it didn’t happen right away and only happened after 14 years of use.

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-I had this happen on a imported V3i back in the day so I know what went wrong. The software was lost to time and the phone needs to be reflashed. I bought mine as an international unlocked because this was released in the dark days you had to buy the ringtones from the carriers on the customized versions but this wasn’t a problem on the international unlocked variant.
+I had this happen on a imported V3i back in the day so I know what went wrong. The software was lost to time and the phone needs to be reflashed. I bought mine as an international unlocked because this phone was released when the carriers imposed artificial OS limitations that were more severe then the current Android phones. I bought mine as an international unlocked model for the ability to use MP3’s as ringtones back then because AT&T/Cingular restricted that back then.
-However, it may not make economic sense to get the phone relfashed depending on which version you have (US carrier or international unlocked). The international models don’t have any known functional 3G bands in the US but all of the 2G bands work if memory serves me right here. Outside of T-Mobile (and even that may end), nobody has 2G towers left in the US. I suspect the flash ROM on your phone may have also failed since it didn’t happen right away and only happened after 14 years of use.
+That said, it may not make economic sense to get the phone relfashed depending on which version you have and the network limitations that you will probably have to deal with (International models have 3G bands, but NONE of them work in the US and the US phones flat out didn’t outside of models like the V3xx, which were typically exclusive). Outside of T-Mobile (and even that may end), nobody has 2G towers left in the US. I suspect the flash ROM on your phone may have also failed since it didn’t happen right away and only happened after 14 years of use.

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编辑: Nick ,

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-I had this happen on a imported V3i back in the day so I know what went wrong. The software was lost and the phone needs to be reflashed. I bought mine as an international unlocked because this was released in the dark days you had to buy the ringtones from the carriers on the customized versions but this wasn’t a problem on the international unlocked variant.
+I had this happen on a imported V3i back in the day so I know what went wrong. The software was lost to time and the phone needs to be reflashed. I bought mine as an international unlocked because this was released in the dark days you had to buy the ringtones from the carriers on the customized versions but this wasn’t a problem on the international unlocked variant.
-However, it may not make economic sense to get the phone relfashed depending on which version you have (US carrier or international unlocked). The international models don’t have any known functional 3G bands in the US but all of the 2G bands work if memory serves me right here. Outside of T-Mobile (and even that may end), nobody has 2G towers left in the US.
+However, it may not make economic sense to get the phone relfashed depending on which version you have (US carrier or international unlocked). The international models don’t have any known functional 3G bands in the US but all of the 2G bands work if memory serves me right here. Outside of T-Mobile (and even that may end), nobody has 2G towers left in the US. I suspect the flash ROM on your phone may have also failed since it didn’t happen right away and only happened after 14 years of use.

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-I had this happen on a imported V3i back in the day so I know what went wrong. The software needs to be reflashed on the phone to recover the phone. I bought mine as an international unlocked because this was released in the dark days you had to buy the ringtones from the carriers on the customized versions but this wasn’t a problem on the international unlocked variant.
+I had this happen on a imported V3i back in the day so I know what went wrong. The software was lost and the phone needs to be reflashed. I bought mine as an international unlocked because this was released in the dark days you had to buy the ringtones from the carriers on the customized versions but this wasn’t a problem on the international unlocked variant.
However, it may not make economic sense to get the phone relfashed depending on which version you have (US carrier or international unlocked). The international models don’t have any known functional 3G bands in the US but all of the 2G bands work if memory serves me right here. Outside of T-Mobile (and even that may end), nobody has 2G towers left in the US.

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I had this happen on a imported V3i back in the day so I know what went wrong. The software needs to be reflashed on the phone to recover the phone. I bought mine as an international unlocked because this was released in the dark days you had to buy the ringtones from the carriers on the customized versions but this wasn’t a problem on the international unlocked variant.
-However, it may not make economic sense to get the phone relfashed depending on which version (US carrier or international unlocked). The international models don’t have any known functional 3G bands in the US but all of the 2G bands work if memory serves me right here. Outside of T-Mobile (and even that may end), nobody has 2G towers left in the US.
+However, it may not make economic sense to get the phone relfashed depending on which version you have (US carrier or international unlocked). The international models don’t have any known functional 3G bands in the US but all of the 2G bands work if memory serves me right here. Outside of T-Mobile (and even that may end), nobody has 2G towers left in the US.

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I had this happen on a imported V3i back in the day so I know what went wrong. The software needs to be reflashed on the phone to recover the phone. I bought mine as an international unlocked because this was released in the dark days you had to buy the ringtones from the carriers on the customized versions but this wasn’t a problem on the international unlocked variant.

However, it may not make economic sense to get the phone relfashed depending on which version (US carrier or international unlocked). The international models don’t have any known functional 3G bands in the US but all of the 2G bands work if memory serves me right here. Outside of T-Mobile (and even that may end), nobody has 2G towers left in the US.

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