I´m not using wifi because i have not downloaded any antivirus yet.
Could you help me to choose the most indicated for mi nokia E51.
Pls, answer to my e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks a lot.
Mudaser, 02 Mar 2010I've recently bought Nokia E51 handset. as far as the look and shape is concerned its really a... moreHi mate
Ive had my nokia well over 2yrs and everything is in tact including the rubber side buttons, I dont use the rubber side buttons much I usually access my main programs from the shortcut keys or displays on the screen, that does save your bottons.
Some have also complaned about the start button breaking off! Well firstly I hardly ever use my start button, and if I have to restart it I use the explore feature that alows you to re-start your phone by pressing a button. In over 2yrs i have only had my phone jam up twice and I guess thats because I had so many programs running at the same time?
If you want applications or themes, then its a waste of time to donwload them directly on your phone.
This is what I do. I download them on my computer then use my bluetooth to pass them on my phone. Here are 2 websites for you. One is for themes and the other for games.
Now concerning your SIM issue, why do you keep chaning sim cards, just buy another cheap phone for the extra sim card. The E51 is not suppose to have the sim changed.
Now if its your memory card then just increase its size. Most of my software and programs are all kept on my memory card, I leave my phone memory free so that the phone runs smoothely.
As for the sound it should be resonably loud especially if its a new phone. How much did you pay for your phone? Is it genuine? I bought mine for about $300 Australian dollars (more or less)
I find that half the problems mentioned on this site are problems you would get if you buy a non genuine phone or an ex test phone with faults already in the phone.
All my phones have been nokia, that does not mean nokia is the best, there are other brands wich are just as good, but before I buy a phone I do my homework and check the pro's and con's then I decide what phone to get.
Anyway I hope I was able to help you in some way
God bless you
AM, 17 Mar 2010Thanks OJ this was quite an information on charging battery.To AM:
AM, 15 Mar 2010Hi I changed my battery after 2 years of heavy usage say atleast 2 hours of intenet usage ever... moreTo AM:
I always prefer charging cellular phone batteries when they are completely empty. I believe it preserves the longevity of the battery.
With my E51, sometimes I cannot help but charge it before it's empty...based on the circumstances surrounding me at the time. To make up for that, what I do from time to time is re-condition the battery...the process known when you get a new battery and do an overnight charge for the first time (conditioning of the battery).
Even though the phone is dead there's normally a little power left in the battery but not enough to do anything much with the phone. To completely discharge the battery (so you can re-condition it), once the phone reports the battery as being empty and automatically shuts off...hold down the power key which may or may not power on back the phone (depending on how weak the battery is). If the phone powers back on keeping calling your voicemail until the phone shuts off.
Once again hold down the power button and if the phone starts up again, call your voicemail again. Keep repeating this until the battery gets so weak the phone refuses to power on. After the phone refuses to power on, pressing the power button again should light up the display sensor while the screen remains blank. Keep pressing the power button down until the light sensor indicator light stop coming on. This may take a few minutes.
Once the xenon light from the sensor stops coming on then plug in the charger and let it charge until phone says battery is full or you can simply leave it to charge overnight. This is known as re-conditioning the battery.
Bogdan, 27 Feb 2010If someoane have this fone more than 1 year, can tell me how much batery live? thanks for answer!Hi I changed my battery after 2 years of heavy usage say atleast 2 hours of intenet usage every day. Ofcourse sometime during connecting net I used to charge the mobile also at the same time. May be this could have reduced the life a bit. OJ could throw some light on this.
Original_Jamaican, 11 Mar 2010To BILA and LEON: If you people are talking about the E51's earpiece speaker above the scre... moreThanks OJ I have removed the mesh and the sound is crystal clear and I had to reduce the bar to 3-4. Replying to my earlier query on the same issue.
i am using nokia e 51. after using for one year i got boared with it.problem is that ram is less, cpu is slow,net browsing is slow.i have used all the sim card available in india,but the internet is slow.it is a dieing phone and nokia has alreadey phase out this phone.i will recomond to buy nokia e63,71 or 72,that willbe a good option.
Leon, 11 Mar 2010I have the same problem,almost can't hear the person on the other side while talking.They have... moreTo BILA and LEON:
If you people are talking about the E51's earpiece speaker above the screen and not the loudspeaker at the back of the phone you have nothing to worry about because the earpiece volume is very loud. The mesh covering can easily make it sound low because of dust and other debris that can easily build up.
When I first got the E51 the earpiece volume was really loud. On average I would keep the volume on 2 or 3 out of 10! The only time I needed to max the volume was when I was on a very busy street or major commercial areas and no matter how noisy the environment was, I would be able to hear the other person clearly. However, a few months later all that changed. I had to struggle to hear the other person and I wondered how could such a loud speaker get low just like that. It was later on I realised it wasn't the speaker but the mesh which covered it.
If you use a damp paper towel and wipe/clean the mesh across then you should notice a difference but after time that may not help and in that case just take out the mesh covering. You can use tweezers or any thing slim enough to get between the earpiece speaker and just pull it out. Believe you me, you will learn the true power of the speaker after that.
bila, 28 Feb 2010i am wondering to get E51 and i usedmy cousins....i think its volume is low even if its full..... moreI have the same problem,almost can't hear the person on the other side while talking.They have already replaced the loudspeaker,but still the same problem!
Ive had an E51 for about 12 months now and managed a fleet of around 150. Very solid phone but a couple of major problems, the rubber on/off switch breaks very easily, there are intermittent faults with the keypad. apart from the usual such as they dont like water or being dropped, I would steer well clear unless you can get one with a solid on / off button.
I currently have 17 faulty units to go bak under warranty, not bad out of 150 !
Buy an iPhone instead
not getting this phone in india. :(( thinking of buying the 6303. but i want this phone badly. in which country is this phone available now?
D spec. is really smart and cute but d volume is just mi concern.However, am proud of it.
Hi, I have a problem facing with my Nokia E51, i am not able to see the recent calls & not able to open too. when i press on the Green button it shoud go the the dialing area, but it is not showing. please help me out with this. My mail in is email@example.com
thanks in advance
Aciduzzu, 03 Mar 2010@ Original_Jamaican.
I'm now a proud owner of E51. What can I say? A truly spectacular mobile... moreTo ACIDUZZU:
You are welcomed my friend. I have no problem answering any query you may have.
Congrats on your wonderful acquisition...owning the E51.
If you are impressed now, wait until you dig in deeper and see how rich in functionality it is.
The E51 is a no-nonsense, fully loaded, compact and very smart business phone.
And as the reviews say, even though it's aimed at business it's NOT only for business as it has all the bells and whistles to make it ideal for pleasure too.
Nokia themselves said it, "fully loaded with features to help you balance your busy and leisure life".
Keep me posted and feel free to ask me anything. Take care.