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Strange symbol on my Nokia 6600 screen


Jul 11, 2004, 5:57 AM
My Nokia 6600 displays a symbol in the upper right-hand corner for which I haven't been able to find the meaning in the available documentation.

The symbol looks like a "U-Turn" sign, a black u-shaped arrow, curving down from the top right and back up to the left. It's as small as the email and other symbols and appears in the same screen area. It doesn't appear on the main phone screen but appears as soon as I start the main menu page and is visible in all application screens.

Does anyone know what this symbol means? I'm fearing that I might have a connection of some sort active that might be costing me money.

All the best and thanks,

Aug 17, 2004, 5:16 PM
Wouldn't that be a missed call?

Aug 18, 2004, 9:19 PM
do you have the Infrared om or maybe the Bluetooth,

Aug 11, 2005, 6:08 PM
absolutely, its a miss brother. try to go to logs and browse all your miss calls.

hope this will help

Aug 27, 2004, 3:47 PM
It coul possibly be displaying to you that you can go back that isn the middle screen. Check all available menu screens for this symbol all the way to the main screen, if it doesnt show on the main screen, then thats what it is; a few samsungs I had something similar. Now if that Isn't it then its a status symbol that a GPRS session is active/ or available. try going to nokia's web if all else fails.

Sep 4, 2004, 1:54 PM
To me it sounds like the missed call logo. I remember when I had that "u-turn" symbol too and then after a few hours Embarassed I realized it was missed call. So I go to the log and go to missed calls and it went away.

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