A new email from Henry on disconnets from the web with the phone…
I am wondering if you could help me I just got my N91 about 2 weeks ago,
and I think its a great phone aside from its weight.
I am just wondering does your N91 got disconnected everytime it finishes
opening a webpage using WLAN connection?
Because my N 91 got need to reestablish connection every time I wanted to go
to a different page/website. At first it tries to open the page and after a
while it will give a notice that I got disconnected.
Does this has something to do with the phone settings/designs that prompt
the WLAN connection to disconnect everytime it finishes loading a page
inorder to save batteries.
Also have you ever received a message/warning saying that the phone is out
of memory when you’re surfing the net using your N91.
Do you know how to locate more memory for surfing ? or what do I need to
clear/delete in order to free up the memory besides the cookies and the
I just want to know if anyone ever encounter these problems or my phone just
broken and I need to get it fix or get an exchange.
Any suggestions from others on how to resolve the issues is also welcome
Thanks a lot for your help.
You have a great site and what you’re doing here is really great.
Thank You Again.
HI Henry and thanks for the email….
In my own experience i have seen this although not directly after a page is loaded usualy after say about 5mins perhaps does it then disconnect from the WLAN.
Ill have to check my settings on that and see if it happesn like yours.
Also this may be of help as well give it a go and see how it goes.
How do I clear the browser cache on my Nokia device?
The information or services you have accessed are stored in the cache memory of the device.
A cache is a memory location that is used to store data temporarily. If you have tried to access or have accessed confidential information requiring passwords, empty the cache after each use. The information or services you have accessed are stored in the cache.
To empty the cache, press the Menu key and select Services. Select Options > Advanced options > Clear cache.