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|Lumia 635 / 630 (GSM)||Demo mode||tricia.brown|
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|Can't find downloaded file in message||okizen|
|1616||Yes to MMS and no web browser||phoneIn|
|N900||27 GB internal storage||DangerBrick|
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Nokia 6820 or 6822
1. Good reception (especially in difficult/remote areas)
2. Good voice/sound quality
3. Decent battery life
4. Camera that takes pix that are occasionally useable. I noticed the 6205 has a flash!
5. Blutooth that works
6. Decent speakerhone
7. Voice commands that work
That's it. I don't need to surf the web, text or any multi-media stuff. The music player will probably get some use, but I do have an iPod.
For anyone who has actually used the phone, what do you think, and Is it true the phone comes with an extra battery cover without the Bat...
BATMAN phone!!!!! As good as the Beyonce B'Phone?
Has Nokia conceded the U.S. market?
MCleaner1.4 (best sms/call reject)
MCleaner is a firewall software, which can reject the incoming call and SMS, it's easy to use and good for you when you are busy now, constantly in important meetings or discussions. The set-up is very simple, and you will get rid of all the unwanted incoming calls and SMS.
Competitive features: Auto-start mode; Running on background; edit whitelist or blacklist by Keyword; Blocked logs can be easily viewed and restored; Protect the user's privacy by password and Out Logs To Blacklist
Functions & Characteristics
â€¢powerful SMS/MMS filter
MCleaner supports SMS/MMS/wap push/wap bookmark filters, with an omni-directional filtration mechanism. It keeps users free from junk SMS, with a comb...
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need Europen/Asian version of unknown model
they're obviously have same form factor from FCC documentations
N73 vs. 5600 Slide
Does anyone have this phone? Is the speaker phone loud? I mean, LOUD? Can you recommend a bar phone with a loud speaker phone? I don't care about cameras, texting...
Thanks for the help!
May release for T-Mobile
6301: May 19
6301 has TalkForever support
N75 issues - only 1 month old
1. I cannot access the camera with the flip closed. If I power down and back up it will work the first time. but if I use any other functions and try to go back to camera mode with flip closed, it does not work. this is holding the button down making sure its being pushed.
2. The phone would turn off without me knowing it. also nothing pushing the button down.
I asked the place where I purchased the phone from and they said software issue.
I have the current FW. 10.1.282 and I can not find anywhere from the Nokia site about upgrades.
does anyone have any possible reasons why the phone is acting up like this?
I will be calling AT&T, my provided and ask...
software for nokia 9500
N95-3: High-pitched whine on recievers end?
I currently have AT&T and was thinking maybe random network noise, but i've never had this problem on my old razr, its only when I switch my SIM card to the N95 and use it.
Has anyone had this problem before? I cant find any like experiences anywhere.
Watch YouTube, MySpace Videos on your Mobile phone?
Has anyone tried out Avot mV (http://avotmv.com) or know more about them?
I read couple of articles on this forum talking about it - supposedly they support Nokia phones now..
Looking forward for feedback..
Model of Nokia Phone on Cloverfield movie?
good brand Micro SD card for N75
I am currently using a Sandisk Micro SD card kit with adapter. 2GB.
I don't know if its the card or phone. but I been having issues with the 1st N75. now with the replacement N75, it gave me a message of phone start up failed after trying to restore my settings my SD.
is it common for the phone to show a message of failure start? and just reboot again and it works fine.
Nokia Phone 6220 from Germany
Help with choice
Will they ever?
N 75 battery life
The phone is constantly looking for the 3G network- if you live outside of a 3G area, it makes the battery run down faster.
Follow these steps:
packet data connection: change to "when needed"
leave access point as it is.
I can't confirm that this works, I just changed the settings myself, but it makes sense.