hmm could sumone help me?
ive been trying to upload music via the datacable.but i cannot seem to find a port.i search it with the memoryeditor program but it keeps telling me there is not port which can communicate....anyone know the problem?thanx
hi i am using n840 and cannot play 3gpp files. is there any limitation and where i can make 3gp files from wmv or other video formats? thanks
I have my n840 on cingular, I can make/recieve phone calls just fine, but I havent been able to get GPRS configured - Ive been asking around howard forums, but nobody seems to have gotten the configuration working...anyone know anything about this?
I heard there is a TV tuner on this unit? anyone ever heard of it???
Tried to download 3GP (3GPP) movie file (more than 300 kB)... Can't play it ((( Hoped it could play my converted movies (about 70 movies). It seems 512 Mb SDcard can be used only for MP3s and photos. That sucks (((
Or is there some solution of that?
Battery life time!
It works about 2-3 days and dies after that. ((( - 1 hour talk time/day, 5-10 photos/day, 1 hour MP3 listening/day, 1 hour menu surfing/day.
How can I surf (play, stop, rewind etc.) my MP3 files when cell is closed? I can only change volume level pressin' sidekeys ((( Or it's impossible?
That's awesome 512MB works! Maybe I should buy another memory card. Just got the phone, have some mixed feelings about it. I'll post a better review later after i've used it a bit longer.
The memory editor is confusing as hell, i hate the creaking sound the hinge makes when opening and closing the phone. Anyone of you find that you have to tilt the phone a certain way to hear better?
I've got an nec n840 with a 512 meg card and it works fine
not known yet. 256 works perfectly.
To SF-boy: try to setup darkness while takin' photos, i mean when sun shines make it some darker. Photos gonna be much better.
does anyone know if N840 support MiniSD that's larger than 216mb?
i was thinking of getting a 512mb one, but i'm not sure if it'll work on n840
hey san francisco person:
you need to set up your network band to 850/1900. Menu -> Phone settings -> Connection -> Band. somewhere like that.
I pre-ordered a 1gb mini-SD card for it, and they should be out at the end of March. The highest quality ringtones you can get can only be 300k big and must be in 3gp video format. It doesn't support mp3 ringtones. The camera and video are awesome, but they have that shutter sound you can't get rid of, to let others know what you're doing. All I can say is that it doesn't like moving pictures and it doesn't like the dark. There is no flash, it's just an led light that you turn on and off. Which doesn't help much.
Here's some pics/videos...
Please help. I'm in San Francisco. I bought the phone from Hong Kong. After I put the sim card in, the phone keep saying searching, but no carrier is found. How can I start using the phone in US???
Just wonder, why we need to unlock the phone? And if necessary, does someone know how to unlock it?
In what resolution does the N840 record video?
Is it available to download JAVA into da cell? Except WAP.
Who wants o take a look at the pics of the cell and photos made with the cell, go here: http://www.letsmoto.com/forums/topic.php?forum=7&topic=5
link is in russian (!)
no you can't. 400 dollars? not even close. and with 512 mb? nope... Try ebay. It's going around $500 for 128 mb.
Does the N840 have a speakerphone and where can I get an unlocked model in NYC for about $400USD with a 512 minSD Card?
I would bought this phone if it operates on UMTS/900/1800/1900 other than 850/900/1800/1900. the 850 was really no use, unless you use the rogers network. Aside from that, I guess having the 1900 band is already enough for north america networks since that most run on a 1900 band. Unless you are in some places of North America that runs on a 850Mhz band.
I live in the U.S and I have this phone. It is quadband and will work with Cingular/Tmobile/ATT. Also, the picture on this site really doesnt look to much like that phone, it's actually much lighter in color. The silver front looks great and the light charcoal inside looks sleek. The keypad light is orange and definitely grabs the attention of other people. Everyone that see's this phone so far has been like "whoa, nice". The ringer is 64 bit polyphonic or something like that. The mp3 player is great too. It has good sound. Picture quality is nice. You obviously cannot compare the picture to a digital camera, but it looks good for a phone.
I heard that the bluetooth for N840 is for headset ONLY