Ever since Nokia opened their services portal, Ovi, to Jordanian users some weeks ago, I’ve been trying to get my N95 registered with the service. So far I tried maybe 10 times with no success.
When you register a device with Ovi, you are asked to enter your telephone number, country and timezone into the Ovi site. Supposedly you should get an SMS form Ovi to initiate the registration process.
I never got this SMS from Ovi.
I am suspecting that Zain Jordan are not allowing the message through. This is extremely annoying. Did anyone out there have success in registering a device on Ovi, from Jordan? Maybe people on Orange on Umnia??
By the way, the other day I sent an SMS to Nokia product authenticity checking number (which I think was a UK number). I wanted to check if the new battery I got was genuine.
I never got an SMS reply.
It might be the same problem.
At the moment, the only thing I can possibly try is to try to configure my phone manually, as attempted in the comments of this blog post. If someone from Nokia or Zain is reading this, please enlighten me on what the problem might be.
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