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Old 07-24-2006, 22:02   #1 (permalink)
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Question How do you remove the network logo on the 6230?


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I have a 6230 and a 6260, I wanted to know how can I get rid of the T-Mobile logo on the screen covering the wallpaper abit. I have a Jaf, could someone tell me how I can mask them or even delete them permanently.

When I go into Settings - Display Settings the Operator logo is Off and grayed out. When I click it, it saysNo logos in the phone memory.

Can anyone please tell me how to get rid of them.

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Hi,

I have a 6230 and a 6260, I wanted to know how can I get rid of the T-Mobile logo on the screen covering the wallpaper abit. I have a Jaf, could someone tell me how I can mask them or even delete them permanently.

When I go into Settings - Display Settings the Operator logo is Off and grayed out. When I click it, it saysNo logos in the phone memory.

Can anyone please tell me how to get rid of them.

Thanks
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Thumbs up logo removing

hi thare you need mobile manager avalable at

http:///vbb/showth...ght=mobimb+3.2

andafter instlation just make a logo with Paint the lowest pixel in which colour u want and set is as logo this will do it.
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if you have flasher jaf ufs3 etc...flash it the latest files mcu,ppm and cnt..choose a files to your countrries e.g. cnt .........o2 uk...or orange uk
it will remove that...or just choose nokia ..hope it helps
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