It works for images but video. Any other ways to transfer it? Thx anyway!
Unfortunately u cannot change font size&2 make fone say caller name go 2 Profiles&choose Say caller name,it is as simple as that.Phone is great except for battery life&font size,Ithink it is due to S60 Platform
i need a sign from heaven! i cant choose between black or silver! im attracted to shiny things which makes me wana go for the silver, but alot of people are buying the black and it looks sleek and sophisticated.. anyone please give me a sign... hit me baby one more time!
pc suite is cr*p, u can use drag and drop with n80, just goto data cable app in connect. folder and select DATA TRANSFER, wen u plug into pc it will act just like a off board card reader, and then just drag ur image into the window of the fones folders! so much easyer!
Can someone please show me how to transfer images & video from PC to Nokia N80? There are Transfer Music, Store Images (transfer from the phone to PC) folders and some other folders but I don't see Transfer Images or Video folder in Nokia PC Suite, version 6.8. Thx!
Can someone please show me how to transfer images & video to Nokia N80? Thx!
I think the silver one is the stainless steel(front) one. And the black one is plastic
its funny because i don't have any of the problems mobile review had with in their reviews. my phone works stable and it doesn't crash that much.
its a great phone now today that on your internet plan you can pay just 5$ for a wifi router.
the only drawback its the battery life it always last 2 full days to me. with HEAVY and i mean heavy use 1 full day.
as for once i agree with gsmarena review a bit more.
just bought few days ago..anyone know where to dl free themes for this phone?and my phone memory card have problem..sometimes it fail to detect the memory..any idea how to fix it?
im so confused, i wanna buy a nokia n80 now but i dont know whether to buy a black or silver one??!?? my first impression was that the black was more beautiful, but as i was searching for the phone thru the days, i had begun to like the silver more. Now i saw a black n80 again and it stunned me like it did on my first impression!! help me guys, which one should i choose.. black or silver???
i got this mobile,and i am completly with u about the good functions and the errors, if u know how to reduce the lack battery and the off and on error
i used this mobile for about one week, and it is very brilliant mobile that it unclude very well designed features,and it looks larger that in the reality, and very unique phone, but it include some errors that it makes the phone hard to use
just got 2 of these phones for £220 each. not bad because i didnt want a contract :)
hi,i got a nokia n80 one month ago.i can help u with some thing.
2.very good camera(in bright location it is realy good);night mode avarage;
3.very good day light video;bad at night
4.excellent music player(with eq)it realy plays good qulity mp3 very well.
5.features a lot of fucntion
6.very good video playback (3gp)formt mainly
1.poor battery life;
2.sudden restart problem;
ok thats all.but this phone is great.better
than my old S.E 800i.thats true
PLEASE PLEASE tell me if you can change the size of the fonts on the Nokia N80 to make them bigger when texting? and has any one found out how to change the blue background on the screen ??? you can change the screen savers and wallpapers ok but then when you go to write a txt it goes on to this blue screen and makes it difficult to read any one has any answers ??.
amazing handset is it an 3 m,p camera i her it was a 2 mp and does it have sat nav
Life time. 820 mAh capable battery (BL-5B), applied in the smartphone, will last 8 days in standby mode, as the manufacturer claims. Yet the real numbers are far distant from that enormous theoretical life time – on medium load (30-40 minutes of calls, 15-20 minutes of other functions use), the phone worked for nearly one day. And should you be heavy on browsing web-pages via standard connection protocols (GPRS/EDGE), it would be good if the N80 will stay operational for 6-7 hours. But since it’s a common way of active communication with sending and receiving mail, surfing the web etc., it makes me recall those times, when a smartphone’s limit was a couple of hours and I was forced change handsets pretty often. Basically one might have overlooked all the shortcomings I’ve mentioned above, but the life time – this is what strikes the handset’s functionality, because the battery here yields to all other models on the market capacity-wise. On top of that there will be no replacements for it, I mean at all, though a lot of people would really want to have one.
Nonetheless, those, who are going to use the N80 at work and have chargers everywhere they go, mediocre life time won’t be a big issue – all this handset needs is frequent recharging.
Personally, I find it somewhat important for a smartphone’s battery to last a flight, by that I mean: approximately one hour in an airport, while waiting for a flight and handling mail, making calls etc.; 3-3,5 hours on board, nearly 2 of which can be devoted to playing games, reading books and mail. As for managing male, I didn’t even make an attempt to do this on Nokia N80, even with ProfiMail installed - in light of absence of a touch screen it’s the same as putting yourself on the rack. Moreover, default impossibility of custom list marking adds to that nuisance. But let’s get back to Nokia N80, which managed to last about one hour on board, during which I was playing a simple non-dynamic game. Not so much, is it? I would even say quite little.
To tell the truth I’ve been looking for a definitely awesome detail of the phone, which could overcome all its flaws – and I’ve found it in the last place I would ever look. It’s on the front panel – a title, telling everyone around you that it’s a Nokia. Honestly, if it was a handset bearing a brand other than Nokia, it wouldn’t be so popular and well-treated on the market, and users’ criticism on infinite amount of forums would be way more intensive. All in all, it’s another example of overwhelming importance of trade marks.
One of major advantages of Nokia N80 is WiFi. First disappointment for me was the fact that battery went flat after WiFi was used for 2 hours and 30 minutes. In future it was possible to make it 3 hours instead. However expecting that this model will work more with such weak battery was rather naive, that’s why those who are looking for wireless WiFi connection from their handset better have charger with them.