Phyno – NnUnU ft. Stomrex (Prod Major Bangz) @phynofino @stomrexbaby

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wpid-cgbqz5mukaa1vww Phyno – NnUnU ft. Stomrex (Prod Major Bangz) @phynofino @stomrexbaby

Phyno just dropped this hot club banger called ‘Nnunu’ featuring Penthauze female artiste ‘StormRex’ . Nnunu is a street slang for a hot ch!ck. So, the next time you’re trying to hola at a hot ch!ck just call her ‘Nnunu’. Its another Major Bangz production … Turn it up !!!

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  1. wrote:Thats true, the weird thing is when I take out my XT sim and put in my Vodafone sim, everything fixes itlesf. It makes me wonder who is not following the proper standards, if there are any standards. Knowing the reputations of Apple and Telecom, the natural reaction is that Telecom is going take most of the bashing lol regardless of whose fault it is.(koruki has made 2 comments)Yes, because Vodafone are an official carrier. The problem *only occurs* when you insert a SIM card from an unofficial carrier. It has nothing to do with proper standards at all. The simple matter of fact is that when you put in a SIM card from an official carrier, the phone does different things to when you put in a SIM card from an unofficial carrier.In this case, it would appear that the things that the phone does when you have an unofficial carrier’s SIM card in results in a bug appearing. As mentioned above Apple are working on the problem and one would hope the problem is fixed in 5.0.1. I don’t see how Telecom should be taking any blame at all given that they have never sold the device, don’t support the device, and no other devices on their network exhibit the same problem.FWIW I cannot see how this could be the fault of Telecom. The bit that isn’t working is the part where the phone matches numbers to names. The carrier has no involvement in this process, not from a network level and not from a SIM card level. It is all in the phone software. The *only* way this could possibly be happening is if Apple has started relying on some weird field in the SIM card for some crucial piece of information, but I highly doubt this is the case this time around.As mentioned above, Apple are aware of the issue and they are working on a fix. That is all. Any anger towards Telecom is severely misdirected as there is so far absolutely no evidence that this has anything to do with their actions or inactions. In all likelihood Apple will fix the problem in a subsequent update without Telecom lifting a finger.(rdw11 has made 15 comments)

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