Should I replace my Nokia Lumia 900?

Discussion in 'Windows Phone' started by Ron Swanson, Oct 8, 2014.

  1. Ron Swanson

    Ron Swanson Newbie

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    I've had a Nokia Lumia 900 for about two years and it's been working great. But the power cord is finally giving out and I can't get MMS on it. I know it's pretty cheap to replace the cord but I'm wondering if it's time to replace the phone too. I have an iPhone 5 for work but should I stick with a Windows phone? I appreciate the advice.
     
  2. RickAgresta

    RickAgresta Peanut, leader of the Peanutty Forces

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    Welcome to Brighthand, Ron

    my 2¢? replace the cord, if there is nothing else about your 900 that is a problem for you -- not sure about the MMS issue - could be a setting, or something else more involved. keep in mind, though, that this advice is coming from someone who just the other day said he'd have no problem going back to a flip-phone and his Palm TX (mostly) :vbgrin:

    good luck!

    pre-post EDIT: are you sure it's the cord, and not the AC adapter?
     
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  3. Jerry_NJ

    Jerry_NJ Mobile Deity

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    Boy do I have a lot to learn, I just ordered the Nokia Lumia 635, it must be a lot older than a 900, or has Nokia just assigned model numbers willy-nilly.

    That aside, being new to smart phones (to smart in general) is a Windows smart phone a good move (android and mac alternatives, right?), how about the Nokia Lumia?
     
  4. RickAgresta

    RickAgresta Peanut, leader of the Peanutty Forces

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    Jerry, the numbers aren't sequential, they're more like different classes of device. Throw in that Nokia Lumia phones aren't made by Nokia as a separate entity anymore (MS bought their phone division), and the numbers shouldn't concern you, as to age.
     

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