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Welcome to E-Ninety, your place for reading and writing about the latest and greatest stuff to do with the Nokia E90 Communicator.

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  1. Efthymiades Savvas permalink
    July 15, 2007 4:19 pm

    Hi first of all congratulations for your site its really good. As a big fun of all communicators and especially E90 I would like to ask you a question. Does your E90 suffer from dust under the external display? I am asking this question because my E90 is barely a week old and already dust particles are starting to appear under the external display. Is there any way that you can manually clean the display? And if you know is this a common bug or its just mine and I should return it. Thanks in advance.

  2. rezanat0r permalink
    July 15, 2007 9:22 pm

    @efthymiades: thank you for your kind words! to answer your question, my e90 has not collected any dust so far, so i have my fingers crossed. however, if it becomes an issue you can be sure i’ll be posting something about it. i have read on a couple of forums about dust gathering under the external screen, because apparently the front and back covers are changeable. so if your covers are even slightly loose for some reason, e.g. from dropping the communicator, or holding it too tightly, dust will get inside from the side cracks.

    Read this thread and see if any solutions turn up:
    http://my-symbian.com/forum/viewtopic.php?p=294027

  3. I. Knownothing permalink
    July 25, 2008 7:51 pm

    Had it for about half a year. Not having any dust problems. I do clean it from time to time. It gets a bit greasy.

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