One of the best phones ever. It has everything a user wants, nice looking, many functions and a logical price.
I am slowly working up the list of entries here.... This is to the unnamed entry - YES, this phone allows you to make phone calls. However, please remember to insert your sim card, below the battery, and switch the phone on. Moreover, if you have the phone and no sim card, you can still make a phone call, to the emergency services. 999 / 112 - Hope this helps!
Hey Surferguy - Network settings - go to Menu > Settings > Phone > Network mode. Below it is Operator selection, this maybe what you are looking for? Hope this helps, roger
Hey Andre - Unfortunately it seems Nokia dis not fully work hard on this little nag - when you change your theme, the ringtonw changes with it....This is something us, 6233 owners, are learning to live with. I hope you can put up with it - the 6233 is such a nice phone..! take care, roger
There are settings to display your call time on screen - the one i get is displayed at the end of the call, showing how long that call lasted. Also, SMS sent items needs to be set - so that you get to keep a copy of your sent items in the sent items folder...Finally - the delivery report (message that informs the text has been delivered to the recipient) can be set on the Text menu. Go to text messages - scroll down to the bottom, look for settings and have a look there - it should be easy to find. Hope you are enjoying your phone. Tata, roger
Hey Surferguy - No....The ascending ring tone is still there - unless the volume is lowered, as you mentioned. Also, I know this makes no sense, but I was listening to music the other day, and decided to check my emails(all on the 6233) - Well...Once you start the Email application, the MP3 Player Stops!!! I've searched for a way around it, but go nowhere. When i finished with the email - the player carried on...Weird. I know Nokia states on their website "Business then pleasure" but my emailing was strictly not business...! hehe - another one to add up to our list of discoveries! ta - roger
I'm curious... since the 6233 was released recently, the Nokia Digital Pen product compatibility doesn't show if the 6233 is supported. Which I'm guessing it should since both devices uses bluetooth. Could someone confirm if the 6233 infact does or does not work with the Nokia Digital Pen?
Hey Miranda, try this link: http://europe.nokia.com/A4160367 then go to settings, hope this helps
Hi again. Yes I'm afraid one thing you can't do on a Nokia is to have a time duration readout when a call is being made. You can however set the phone to display the duration of a call directly after it has been concluded. Go to Settings>Callsettings>Sumary after call>Yes.
In respect of saving your sent items, go to Messages>Message settings>Text messages>Save sent messages. Then make your selection.
Message Delivered notification comes through your network or may be in delivery report - not sure where that is at the moment. You may of course also check this with your network's customer service. Did you say you were with T-Mobile?
Best wishes - Harrison
just one word nokia is always on top.it is lot better than my old k750 and samsung d600.
nice fone... but i don't really interested in it...
it seems that this fone has no major difference with the 6270 (despite the housing)..
hi guys, just received my phone recently and i must say it's great. but i have small question
can anyone tell me why everytime i change the theme, the ringing tone become nokia tune and the message tone become standart as well. so it becomes standart again.... is it software trouble or somethin else.....thanks cheers
Why does my battery life suck?? I recharged it almost 2 days ago and have made a few calls but not many, 5 mins of mp3 playing and a few sms msgs and im allready down to half!! Does the batt get better with more charging??
Thanks Harrison, I will have a look though there.
I just got this phone the other day and am slowly adjusting to it, but 2 things annoy me. The first is that when you make a call, the call timer is not displayed on the main screen. The only way I can see how long I've been on the phone is by going into menu, then logs, then call duration, then last call (whilst I'm on the phone which is a bit tricky). Also, my sent text messages are not displayed in the Sent items, and when a message has been sent there is no confirmation display, so I have no idea whether the text was sent successfully.
Just two little things, but on the whole it's a good phone.
Have you tried the Nokia forum?
Just a thought. Best wishes
The 6233 will store approx 130 sms in the phone's memory and 9 on the sim card. As you said, you will not be able to move the msgs to a memory card. you can however download them to your computer but PC only and sadly, not a Mac, which is why I went instead for a Samsung E900 which stores 200 msgs. In all other respects, the Nokia with its superior user-interface is a better phone imho.
Please can someone let me know how I can configure the phone so that when I use WAP is does it through GSM rather than GPRS. Have phoned T-mobile a million times and visited stores but no one seems to know. Unknowingly I'd wracked up a phone bill of £50 using WAP on GPRS when it could've just come out of my monthly free minutes.