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Top message:  The Samsung X-105 - Manufacturer known issue by sunilsonia   Jul 23, 2004, 2:35 PM

Replying to:  Re: The Samsung X-105 - Manufacturer known issue by bostonguy1958   Jul 30, 2004, 8:52 PM

Re: The Samsung X-105 - Manufacturer known issue

by sunilsonia    Aug 2, 2004, 2:03 PM

bostonguy1958 said:
#1 lot's of good people work on the weekends so they are the ones that might want it on Saturdays...#2 simply turn the darn thing off at night and the alarm wont wake your butt up.#3 sometimes things just dont go as well as planned it's software and their must have been a mistake on it ....i hope your life does not throw any real problems at you ...how might you deal with those ...todays kids are too damm lazy and want everybody to do every thing for them ...get a LIFE RELAX it's only a cell phone .....


#1 If I work on weekends, it's usually from home as I have remote dial in access available to me. So for this, I don't have to wake up especially early.
#2 The alarm still rings when the phone is powered off, which is a good thing for Monday - Friday but on weekends, please man that's my day to catch up on my Z's. Therefore, please know what you are talking about before blowing hot air out the wrong end.
#3 As far the software in this phone goes (along with the relsolution of this issue), I contacted T-Mobile customer care, who then contacted their tech support department within and guided me through steps on doing what's called a master reset on this cell phone. Problem was gone as the very next day was Saturday and it didn't ring. Appears the phone went into "Frenzy Mode" as most phones will these days.

And as far as me handling problems that life throws my way, thank you very frikkin' much for your sarcasm there pal but I've been successful at resolving those. And to have my time of R&R, I don;t think this is too unreasonable to ask for damn it! So again here, keep your frikkin' hot air to yourself mo fo! All I was asking on this forum if anyone else ran across the same problem and if yes, then how did they resolve it. But I guess sarcastic mo fo's like you have to have thier 2 cents in everything right? Keep your Northeast coast attitude to yourself pal!

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