Nokia Lumia 900 connectivity problem

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Nokia mobile company admitted to connectivity problems with its new Lumia 900 series, they have said they are going to fix this problem so how long will the users of this series have to wait for this?

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Answered By 0 points N/A #131539

Nokia Lumia 900 connectivity problem


If the Windows adoption ramps up as a result Nokia win customer loyalty. The company says if you already bought 900 Lumia, We give you two options you can update your Lumia 900 with the new security update or you can exchange your Lumia 900 with a new set of AT & T story 21 April.

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Answered By 5 points N/A #131540

Nokia Lumia 900 connectivity problem


Nokia Company made a promise about getting their connectivity issue fixed and has given a date when they will be releasing it. Fortunately, they released the fix three days prior to the announced date. You can now download the software by using either of the following:

Windows Phone 7 Connector for Mac
  •  Accessing ZUNE on Windows PC.
  • Through Windows Phone 7 Connector for Mac.

Last April of 2012, Nokia announced that for those who bought their Lumia 900 before the fix was released (April 21, 2012), they can select either have their device swapped or get a $100 credit. If you haven’t had any of these options done, I suggest you get in touch with Nokia customer support.

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Nokia Lumia 900 connectivity problem


The Nokia Lumia 900 is a 3G Smartphone operating on 2G and 3G network bands using GSM and HSPA technologies. It was unveiled on February 2012 and released on May 2012. It measures 127.8 x 68.5 x 11.5 millimeters and weighs 160 grams. It uses micro-SIM card and has AMOLED capacitive touchscreen display with 16M colors at 480 x 800 pixels screen resolution.

Nokia Lumia 900

It supports multi-touch protected by Corning Gorilla Glass featuring Nokia ClearBlack display. It runs on Microsoft Windows Phone 7.5 Mango powered by Qualcomm APQ8055 Snapdragon S2 chipset, 1.4 GHz Scorpion processor, and Adreno 205 GPU. MicroSD is not supported. It runs on 512 MB RAM with 16 GB internal storage.

The primary camera supports 8 megapixels with Carl Zeiss optics, dual LED flash, and autofocus featuring geo-tagging and can record video in 720p at 30 fps. The secondary camera supports 1 megapixel and can record video in VGA at 15 fps.

It has 3.5-millimeter jack featuring Active noise cancellation with dedicated mic support, Wi-Fi 802.11 b/g/n, Bluetooth 2.1 with A2DP and EDR support, GPS with A-GPS and GLONASS support, stereo FM radio with RDS support, and microUSB 2.0. It has built-in accelerometer, gyro, proximity, and compass sensors. The pre-installed web browser supports HTML5. Java is not supported.

It runs on non-removable BP-6EW Li-Ion 1830 mAh battery with standby time up to 300 hours both on 2G and 3G. Talk time is up to 7 hours both on 2G and 3G. It is available in black, white, magenta, and cyan colors. If you have a data connection problem and you’re on AT&T, try this method. On your phone, go to “Settings,” “Cellular,” and click “Add APN.”

For the APN settings, enter the following information:

  • APN: phone
  • Username: leave blank
  • Password: leave blank
  • Proxy server/URL:
  • Proxy Port: 80

When you are finished, click the check button to accept the settings then turn off the Wi-Fi. Turn off your phone for about 5 to 10 seconds then turn it back on and check your data connection. See if it works.

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