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MMC card highest capacity compatibility and java through data cable


Sep 7, 2004, 2:01 AM
Hello, does any body knows for sure which is the highest capacity on MMC cards this phone can take?
And, does this phone can download java apps with the data cable or only through GPRS like the samsung´s?
Last question... is there an IrDA in the phone?
Thanx a lot

Nov 8, 2004, 11:04 PM
I've seen reports of 512 MMC (no SD) cards working, at another popular phone forum.

I've downloaded games online as well as over the data cable, so I'm assuming you can do both methods, too.

No IrDA, no bluetooth, and a proprietary connector. Grrr...

Does anyone know of a better button solution for this phone? I find the feel of the buttons leaves me wanting somthing a little more positive. Anyone have a solution or tip for better typing on these rounded buttons? Or better shortcuts to the symbols? Or anything?

There are lots of game sites on the web. I found one that had some decent ones, but then they all were either limited in some way, like by having to connect with the web (OK if I was playing for real dollars at Black...

May 6, 2005, 4:07 AM
Hi, you can download lots of free java games in popular peer to peer networks, search for "3300 nokia java" or "nokia 3300 games". i´v just got hooked on Pang (GREAT GAME)

As for the kboard all you see is all you´ve got, i´ve not heard of a solution yet. If texting is more important than the mp3 for you, go for the nokia 6800 i have one and love it. 6820 or 6822 improve on camera (CIF and VGA respectively) BUT no radio on this last two.

By the way how you got the animations on your phone, by gprs or by cable (i've heard it is imposible on the latter, but if posible, would be a lot cheaper), let me know.

May 11, 2005, 10:58 AM

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