ok.. I'm in.. hopefully you should've seen the stuff I was typing
It looks like it is a return of the same problem:
[ 1266.022308] end_request: I/O error, dev mmcblk0, sector 58564711
This means your phone's emmc is faulty.. it's got "bad sectors" The only solution I think is to send this back to Nokia.. they can't really argue, there is obviously a bad patch.. the numbers (58564711) match from before you reflashed.. so the problem isn't moving..
That is very irritating
oh crud.. that's even worse.. did you buy it direct from a Nokia store? Do you know anyone in Kuwait who could ship it to nokia on your behalf? (ie you send to them, they ship to nokia.. nokia returns to them, they return it to you?)
Its a really obvious fault, it means they have to swap out the main circuit board..
2010-04-25 13:42 - edited 2010-04-25 13:43
i don't know what to do from first time i have it i feel that the device wasn't right and also the screen has a dead pixel not tiny one and it is in the middle of the device so very annoying when u watch videos wz dark background
can i repair it in egypt or should be repaired at the same country i bought it from
I'm not sure about Nokia's warranty restrictions..
If I (in UK) bought an N900 from the USA, I'd have to send it back there for repair..
I don't know if Egypt and Kuwait might be classified as the same region
An N900 bought in France could be repaired in Germany, though.. It might be worth calling them first.. otherwise you'll have to send it back to Kuwait..
The problem is, Nokia may not send it back to Egypt.. they may only send it to an address in Kuwait (hence you would need a friend to receive the phone and ship it back to you)..
This has affected lots of people in Canada who bought their phones in the USA..
Tell them that there are memory errors.. Practically nothing you tell them will reach the engineers anyway, they'll make up their own mind...
but you can print out this file attached and show it to them (open it in wordpad)
plus if you tell them your media files aren't working either, it is pretty conclusive
media files working well from file manager but after i install extra decoders they disappear from media player even after i uninstall the program same problem
The file manager doesn't use the same system to access the music, this is why it works..
The problem was not what you installed or uninstalled, it was that the filesystem became corrupted and now the software on the device is broken.. same as it was before you flashed..