Nokia 6255i / 6256i
....now on my third 6255i handset.
They gave me very little trouble at Cellular South on the exchange, but my concern now is that my warranty did not reset when I've had the phone replaced, meaning that it runs out in a few months. I am just a bit nervous that I'll find myself stuck having to eat the cost of my next replacement.
Anyhow, all in all I still love the phone-- it is without question the most feature rich CDMA handset available today-- else I would have opted to get some other phone rather than a new 6255i.
Has anyone else had a frozen key p...
Like I said in the post, I've had some issues with the phone from overheating to random power offs, the cracked hinge, and now the keypad thing but over all I still love it. There isn't a CDMA phone out there (shy of a few smart phones that my network doesn't have at the moment) that I would trade it for.
I have no doubt that yours will be fine, just keep an eye on the hinges and let us know if you run into problems down the road.
...........I have no doubt that yours will be fine, just keep an eye on the hinges and let us know if you run into problems down the road.
You are one of the pioneers with the 6256i, then!
I will keep an eye on the hinges; thanks for the heads up. I am now realizing that when I bought that BlueTooth earbud, the Nokia HS-11W, I *forgot* to ask the sales rep how it works, where the buttons are, etc. Research says just that it does basic BlueTooth functions. I did try it on and chose it instead of the HDW-3 that I earlier thought that I would buy because of the earpiece, which was rubbery and felt so comfortable around the edges of my ear.
I hope that this forum stays and lives on so that ...
I expressed a concern about delivermen leaving packages on my front door (since last June a Macy's delivery left at my front door was *stolen*), so the contact person changed it from UPS to FEDEX, which requires a signature. The person that I spoke to yesterday heard my concerns about packages being left on my doorstep but never mentioned the possibility of me having FEDEX. This is why I have a policy of always asking more than once and more than one person. Remarkable.
Now, the port might conform to some IEEE standard, but it doesn't look like any USB port most of us see.