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    RDA N9 Phones offline - permanently?

    Hi,
    I noticed _all_ the n9 phones being offline for the third week in a row now...
    Is this going to be permanent?

    Best,
    tk

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    Re: RDA N9 Phones offline - permanently?

    What do you mean on 'offline' exactly?
    - They do not have a SIM card in them? That is true.
    - They do not work? I can not confirm that, IMEI 214188031042168 worked for me a couple minutes ago, and also 2 weeks ago
    - They do not have Internet access? The one mentioned above was capable of browsing the Web via access point 'GUEST'.

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    Re: RDA N9 Phones offline - permanently?

    Ah they are back!
    Great!

    tk

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    Re: RDA N9 Phones offline - permanently?

    Quote Originally Posted by wizard_hu_ View Post
    What do you mean on 'offline' exactly?
    - They do not have a SIM card in them? That is true.
    - They do not work? I can not confirm that, IMEI 214188031042168 worked for me a couple minutes ago, and also 2 weeks ago
    - They do not have Internet access? The one mentioned above was capable of browsing the Web via access point 'GUEST'.
    There would appear to be currently 2 N9s that are online, but majority of the N9s seems to have been indeed offline for a longer while. Ping enstedt on the topic.

    Should be possible to add SIM-cards to those phones. WLAN on the other hand should be usable either through GUEST or one of the access points named "RDA...".

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    Re: RDA N9 Phones offline - permanently?

    Quote Originally Posted by bloodredsky View Post
    There would appear to be currently 2 N9s that are online, but majority of the N9s seems to have been indeed offline for a longer while. Ping enstedt on the topic.

    Should be possible to add SIM-cards to those phones. WLAN on the other hand should be usable either through GUEST or one of the access points named "RDA...".

    Yeah, indeed it would be nice to have a SIM card in at least some of them.
    But my main concern was that for the past two weeks I wasnt able to test due to (most the) phones being offline (as can be seen from the device reservation sheet) *or* reserved (the few ones that are online). This narrows down to having to live through crazy hours for some people in order to get their hands on a phone...

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