Hi all, this is my first post here and hope to write in the right section.
I have a nokia 700 (sw version 111.030.0609) and I noticed that sometimes data connection is kept open even if all applications are turned off and non data traffic is required. This happens for example when using wrt widgets that connect to internet. Sometimes (I'd say randomly), after closing this widgets (they are not homescreen widgets) a process named WidgetUI still require connection (even if there is no traffic) and i have to manually kill him to make the E (for edge) or 3,5G icon disappear. This happens also sometimes with nokia store.
What can I do? This is a big problem mostly for battery life.
Thanks in advance
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Hi and thanks for the reply.
I'll try that procedure to exit the nokia store (I used to press the red physical button until now).
Regarding wrt, I'm using an example of the nokia web tools suite, the RSS reader (I just customized the feed url). Since I can't find the source on the web I'll try to attach the code in a zip file. In this case I always exit the app by the close button and when I check Belle task manager I see that is empty. I had to install an advanced task manager to see that there was a service in background (WidgetUI) keeping the connection on.
I hope that some of this issues could be resolved in Belle FP1.
Do you know if exists an app able to monitor all data traffic and close connections in case of 0 bytes sent/received for a specified amount of time? Ridiculous request? ;-)
Anyway thanks for the advice.
Hi, maybe I found a solution.
When I noticed the problem I was using the phone in "energy saver" mode (always on using the battery monitor app). Now that I turned off this feature, it seems that also wrt apps can shut down the connection when no data traffic needed.
Maybe this information will be useful for someone else. ;-)
@Bala747 which ‘Release’ do you have? Please dial *#0000#. Is the first line ‘Nokia Belle Feature Pack 2’?
A) No: Please, give us your ‘Product code’ as well.
B) Yes: Are there any updates in Nokia 700 » Menu » SW update?
If you are up-to-date with the latest software/firmware, all you can do is to order a replacement SIM from your network operator. If that does not help either, please go for the Nokia Software Recovery Tool on a Windows computer. If that does not help, a hardware issue is likely. In that case, bring your phone to your retailer, who in turn sends it over to a local but genuine Nokia Care Centre.