My Navigator comes with a Dictionary application. Whenever I try to open it, it'll appear 'Dictionary word information missing. Install word database' Anyone can help me here? I'm from Malaysia.
can any one tell me what about the loudspeaker it so loud i asked to the the seller she said that it so loud and very cool too but i never test it so please tell by post you opinion agian if you have it. thank so much if you tell me and all GPS i saw every body alwals taik abou this phone i live in cambodia n what i need to do after buy it?i get the map n the GPS already?this phone it really impress me so so so much
the lights on the key pad go on and off according to the lights around you. it has a sensor that will turn them on and off.
BTW does anyone know how to load maps of other countries on this phone using the nokia map manager?
i ahve this fone and i live in the U.S anyone else have this fone and live in the U.S, if so can u help me with my fone, i dont no how to set up the map for the navigation. other than that the foone is a great fone
DOes anyone know if this phone will be available in U.S market anytime soon? If not, will I be able to download, purchase or install a U.S maps in it. Does anyone live in the U.S who use this phone especially the GPS Function? Thanks---
Best would be Nokia N95.It has 2.6 inch monitor and has a better menu in GPs funcksion.It is much easier to use in N95.Moreover it has 5 megapixel camera :)
i think a fair price from these auction sites would be £250 including postage and packaging.
Then in a couple of weeks time i expect the price to come down to around £210.
If you are getting your phone from ebay, make sure you don’t pay more than about £230-ish for it.
Because after all, you can buy it brand new from the high street for another £50 or so.
This fone should be out this coming Wednesday 11th July at Vodafone.
On pay as you talk it will be priced at £300.
And it will be free on £35+ contracts.
Question & question for all,
I'm planing to get a new fone. Wondering this GPS map work well in Malaysia, East Malaysia, Singapore and Thailand. Can some one please advice which model is the best 6110 or N95. Thanks..
Hi, i just brought this fone and its great. loud speakers, cam is pretty good. works great so far. but one thing i dont understand is the navigation. I live in the U.S and i downlaodnthe map for ym city but it wont let me use it. anyone no how to fix that?
No I was not refereing to the regular T9.
6230i had the regular t9 and in addition to that the more advanced word suggestion method I mentioned earlier.
The regular T9 would let you select-by pressing *key-all possible wordfs for a given keystroke combination.
The word suggestion method method goes 1 step further. For example if you type the letters "cir" a complete word starting with that appears(like auto complete in certain computer prgrams)-for eg. circumstances. you can toggle between all possible words starting with letters "cir" by pressing *key repeatedly. (for eg. circumspect, circumcise, circumvent etc)
The main advantage being that you can type a long word by pressing only about 3 to 5 key strokes.
Any idea anyone, whether this feature is available?
though 6233 is supposed to be the successor to 6230i- that feature is not available in the never model, (6233)
I have a tech question. At work I am not allowed to take cameras of any sort, however if the camera has been permanently disabled it is ok to take a camera type phone. Can anyone tell me if this is possible without destroying the phone?
Hi I am now convinced to buy a 6110 and your reviews seem very positive especially in regard to the sat nav options however a primary reason to buy a new phone is to access outlook from my laptop (without resorting to a bulky PDA) contacts and tasks and calander are a miimum can u please help me with understanding this better? Will the 6110 do it, and how easily. If you can access Outlook Contacts how would it deal with multi address books within Outlook
Regards and Thanks
Zack, why don't you read what others have written before asking the same old questions. Don't be so damn lazy.
I just have 2 very quick questions that I'm sure a lot of people are wondering about:
1. Does the 6110 have A2DP and AVRCP profiles for Bluetooth (to be able to use Bluetooth stereo headsets)?
2. Do you need to be connected to the internet (paying a data usage charge) every time you use the GPS?
Is this phone has the "Word Suggestion" predictive text mode which was available on 6230i, where when typing a word, after the first few letters are typed the phone guesses the rest and completes the word? Please advice.
Is this feature available only on S40 phones or can it be activated on S60 phones like the 6110 Navigator?
Some FAQs answered...
(1) Yes, the 6110 Navigator has A2DP and AVRCP. I have mine synced with my Bluetooth stereo headphones, and it works beautifully - crystal clear digital stereo audio.
(2) The 6110 Navigator has both car and pedestrian modes. You can use it as a car GPS, and it provides voice turn-by-turn instructions through its, very loud and clear built-in speakers. You can also get directions as you walk around on foot, although its routing is not as good in pedestrian mode as in car mode (it can often tell you to walk a looong way when there's a perfectly viable short cut on foot).
(3) GPS use is free and unlimited. Unlike the N95, which uses Nokia Smart2Go system (which charges for usage), the 6110 Navigator uses Route66 GPS software which has unlimited free usage and free regional maps included on the memory card included with the phone. It only costs money to buy additional/updated/more detailed maps from Route66, e.g. if you're travelling overseas and want to use the GPS feature in your phone.
I really like my 6110 Navigator I've been using mobile phones for over 10 years, and I've used 9 different premium mobile handsets and smartphones from 4 different major manufacturers. This one is definitely the best I've used recently, and it's currently free in Australia on an Optus contract... I'd unreservedly recommend it.