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    Question 3360 Efr

    Just wondering if I can enable EFR (enhanced full rate) on my Nokia 3360?
    Ricky

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    ...or 8290?

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    Re: 3360 Efr

    Originally posted by ricky0000
    Just wondering if I can enable EFR (enhanced full rate) on my Nokia 3360?
    What is it?
    what does it do???

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    it just makes the sound quality better (for you and the other person) with the sacrifice of battery life. the factory sets it on 'medium', so its medium sound quality with medium battery life.

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    Ah ok, thanks.

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    how

    I typed in *3360# but nothing happens, is there any other code?

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    Exclamation

    if you find out, i woudl definately love to know!

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    I found this:

    Enhanced Full Rate (EFR):
    *3370# to activate EFR. Makes calls sound better, but decreases battery life by about 5%.
    #3370# to deactivate EFR

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    i BELIEVE EFR is only for Nokia GSM phones ie. 3390, 8290, 8890, 8390,

    and not TDMA phones ie. 8260, 3360

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    blove, does it work???

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    works on my 8290 and 3390

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    shaun, when you did it, did anythign happen on your phone? i typed it in but nothing happened

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    my fone restarted....

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    i guess it only works with gsm phones

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    ..

    reallie?
    cause i try the other one...someething half- something(reduces quality, increases battery life)....yea u guys know what i mean, i did it on te 6188, i noticed a dramatic difference.
    same with the 6160i

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