All the free software you want for any series 60 phone or other java compatible devices. You have to register to download the apps.
answer to Phuc - you cannot save MP3 files as ringtones if you are on the Vodafone network. Sux but true. Switch to Orange/O2 and you will have no problem.
Does anyone know why I cannot play a movie file while in Movie Director? The option is there to play but when I select it bombs out to the main media menu. The only way I can play a saved movie is via realplayer and the quality isn't half as good.
Had the phone a week on 14day trial, and apart from 1 day when the Orange 3G network went down and I couldnt receive calls/texts (but could make them??) the phone is great. Seems slightly slower than a normal phone but nothing to worry about. Call clarity great, camera ace and video not bad either. Keys a breeze to text, shape nice to hold and display outstanding. Infact, I can't fault this phone apart from the fact that it has no facing camera for 3G calling, so I might change to the 6680.
i have one made by vodaphone wit an oxblood colour.Hope its in order.Its a sweet phone 2 have.
Hay Gabi.Thanks a lot for the converter.I appreciate.Now can you tell me how can i do this.When somebody call me,i want to see his picture in full screen.
please tell me where from i get 6630 software.
and how much charges US$?
hi...any1..just got a new 6630..just have some questions..how can i set MP3 as ringing/msg tone?how can i increase d volume on the loudspeaker when playing the mp3... how can i put the downloaded mp3 in the tracklist..tnx..my yahoo messenger ID : jeyytm
ohh my GOD! what a ugly set from NOKIA ... never buy this ugly set i buy and sale within 3 days and loss 50$ on only 3 days..
never try this believe me...
sorry to dissapoint
I live in the US and I had the Nokia 6630 for about 4 month now. It works very good.
I have T-Mobile. I think it work with Xingular too since is a 3G phone, but if it was just a triband it might work since Xingular uses the 850 not the 900 band.
I had N6630 made by Vodaphone but it can not set mp3 files as ringtone although it can play them. I don't know why. Pls help me.
hello yall i live in the US and would like to buy the nokia 6630. do you think is gonna work here in this country???? please someone give me an answer!!!
for keeanu: please indicate an email address to send you the convertor. best
Thanks for the tip but PC Suite dont containe the program.I search on the net and i cant find a free version.What should i do?If you can write on my e-mail.
better than this , u don't find in this world.never never never....
this is so wonderfull mobile
convert mpeg/avi files with Nokia multimedia converter supplied with ur pc suite.
open the file u want,then click "file" then "save as" and u should see the format in the bottom "3gpp" ,select a location and click save and thats it.
just bought da phone...just i cannot received call. already change sim to G version... can anybody help me.. thanks
Please tell me how can i convert my mpeg or avi file in 3GPP format,you now
this is the only format that nokia 6630 sims to see it.
I want to download some clips from my computer into my phone and i cant.
well i just checked the functions of 6630 . it rox . i have 7610 its kool aswell . but the prob is it doesnt have wap . and in this site its written tht 7610 and 6630 both have wap . can any 1 help me out in telling whether 6630 has wap or not
Design not very exciting, yet very practical. After a while, your thumb has been accustomed to doing most of the work, while the fingers support the rounded lower half of the housing from the back. When watching video, press key nr.2, turn device a quarter left and hey presto, full screen (pity that its returns to normal screen when you adjust the sound). Camera good quality, gameplay not all too responsive (Sharp 902 is much quicker). Battery lasts 96 hours on standby, don't overload the battery! (once I had it on the charger all night, battery capacity now reduced to 72 hrs standby). Battery lasts 2 to 5 hrs when calling via 3G or playing games or watching video continuously, it even runs warm then. Clear and simple menu layout, holds no more secrets after a week of rummaging through all functions (typical Nokia stronghold). The aperture covered with clear transparant plastic, next to the loudspeaker holes you hold to your ear, has a light sensitive element behind it, to allow the phone to adjust its display brightness to the ambient lighting. It reacts very sluggish to changes in ambient light (only after seconds), that's why people don't make this connection and this aperture has become a bit mysterious. Alas, it's no second camera, you'll have to trade it in for a Nokia 6680 or buy the special camera desk stand to add a front camera to the 6630. But in all fairness; how many people do you know that you would like to videophone with, with considerable cost per minute?