iPhoto sync problem
Instead of importing my albums to the phone, it imports the pictures, but organizes them according to the folders within the iPhoto folder. So instead of 3 simple galleries, I now have to dig through half a dozen folders in hierarchy on the phone to get to one picture, like this:
Memory Card > Images > External > iPhoto Folder > 2008 > 10 > 25 > IMG_9797.jpg
When it should be:
Memory Card > Images > Family > IMG_9797.jpg
Anyone know how to get Albums onto the 5310 in the same way Playlists go onto the phone?
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Flash Lite 2.1?...
a few Q's on this phone
Does it drop down to mono when there is alot of interference?
2. Can it be used as a flash(usb) drive to transfer data between computers?
3. The cable that comes with the device, is that a standard mini-usb cable or does it have proprietary connections.
4. Anyone got this device to work with linux(specifically gentoo)? I mean transfer of files (if possible) and also uploading of mp3's to the phone.
using on at&t
i am wanting to buy this phone but the one i am looking at purchasing is branded from tmobile and i have at&t.
unlocking it will not be a problem, but i am wondering if it will be possible to input at&t's web settings into this phone. i have had used unlocked tmobile phones in the past and on some of them tmobile blocks the menu where you can input other provider's web settings. does anyone know if this is menu blocked in a tmobile branded nokia 5310?
Napster to go or Rhapsody music?
Can you install your own ringtones?
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8gb looks sick! but...
Can't Someone Make a Top-End Phone For The US Market First ? ? ?
The fact that NOKIA is introducing the 8GB phone in Europe first is offensive to me. What do we American folks, who have money to burn, get all the good technology last? I wrote NOKIA an email and asked them to bring the 8GB version here to America so that we can have it too. I am aware that some of the WCDMA bands in Europe don't work over here and vice versa, but some of us travel into some seriously out-of-the-way places and like being prepared.
All the cell phone makers are trumpeting the fact that some of their phones are Quad-Band GSM and that is very nice and helpful, but what about Quad-Band WCDMA (850, 1700, 1900, 2100) too!? That would be really groovy to those of us that trav...