> > article on CNN. Apparently, Nokia discovered that certain types
> > of text in their SMS messages could freeze your Nokia phone
> > requiring you to take your battery out in order to get things
> They have had the same problem with earlier models before
> 7110 too. You just had to sen and sms consisting nothing
> else but full length of dots (ie. ................). Upon
> opening that text message you phone got frozen and you had
> to remove the batteries to make it work again.
the same seems to be true for i-mode handsets where email messages
containing certain characters can freeze the screen for about 20
minutes as this news from the Asahi Shimbun says, if my translation
It doesn't say if Nokia's i-mode phone is concerned or (-/and
also) other maker's handset models...
Andrea Hoffmann -- Editor-in-Chief -- hoffmann_at_westcyber.com
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Received on Mon Sep 4 14:09:56 2000