before two days i purchased the nokia 1680 and found it as simple, slim, carring easily and also find some new in tones, simple easy camera. luved it very much. but I've an suggestion to add fm more. regards
so sad coz there isnt a bluetooth. i cant exchange music n all the staff wth ma friends
Does anyone know how to unlock this Phone RM394. Any free unlocking codes? Thanks for the help..
No usb cable no problem, u can download themes and ringtones via wap browser. Go to wap.zedge.com download what u like.
miata, 31 Jul 2009how cab I download some themes in my fone? can i download dictly on my fone?how? where i can... moreYeah your right if u search in google they have a themes so that there is a usb right?
Why the 1680 cellphone have no USB.If u search in google u were c the 1680 themes so that they have Usb or bluetooth?
I bought this model couple of months ago as a second phone (step-phone). Frankly, it proved to be much better than many of the other cell phones. Sound & picture qualities, battery life and major functions are very very satisfactory. The only thing is that it does not have a bluetooth. Otherwise, it is a perfect phone for those who do not want unnecessary extras.
how cab I download some themes in my fone?
can i download dictly on my fone?how?
where i can see wap in my fone??
Mark K, 26 Jul 2009I downloaded the latest version of PC Suite, currently version 22.214.171.124. By the way, the CA-5... moreMy CA-50 cable from Hong Kong does not work for me.
I ordered now the Mybat USB Sync Data Cable through Amazon: http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/search-handle-url/index%3Dblended%26field-keywords%3DDC_NK2760RPDCB02A_MY
Wrong Specification is provided for this phone. Specs given here says this phone doesent have JAVA.
COrrect specification of this phone for JAVA is:
Java Technology JSR 139 Connected, Limited Device Configuration (CLDC) 1.1
JSR 118 MIDP 2.1
JSR 185 Java™ Technology for Wireless Industry
JSR 75 FileConnection and PIM API
JSR 135 Mobile Media API
JSR 177 Security and Trust Services API for J2ME™
JSR 205 Wireless Messaging API 2.0
Nokia UI API
Java API Access Permissions: Java API Access Permissions
Peter, 28 Jul 2009Hi Mark, thanks for your continuous efforts! I have the same cable as your first, though m... moreThanks for the correction about the wiring. My assumption that the third wire was connected to the two outer contacts seems to be incorrect, because just now I was unable to detect any connection to the outer two contacts by poking at them with a needle connected to an ohmmeter probe. In fact, you are correct that the third (in my case, black) wire is connected to the outer metal sheath. As for the two center contacts, when I am looking at the tip of the plug with the contacts and the chamfered side of the sheath facing up, the left center contact is connected to a white wire, and the right center contact is connected to a green wire. I gave up trying before I was able to establish any direct correspondence between these wires and the contacts in the USB plug. Besides, don't you think there would have to be some kind of IC chip inside the USB plug to provide the translation between USB on the computer and serial port (RS-232?) on the phone?
Mark K, 28 Jul 2009I have another clue on why some people might be having problems using a data cable with the 16... moreHi Mark,
thanks for your continuous efforts!
I have the same cable as your first, though mine never worked, the small connector is encased in rubber
I cut open the rubber and noticed 1 cable (blue one) was loose
I have 3 cables:
- red: connected to 1 of the middle pins
- orange: connected to the other middle pin
- blue: seemed to be connected to metal encasing instead of on of the pins
also, the two outer pins are in now way used or connected as in your cable
would you be so kind to verify how and where your cable are connected?
also what pin is connected to what pin on the other side of the big USB connector
thanks a heap in advance!
arra mae, 24 Jul 2009how do i download mp3 music in my cellphone?find a free site
When I read a message or type a message, the screen goes into dim mode quickly. How do I set it up to stay a bit longer so I can read and do something
I have another clue on why some people might be having problems using a data cable with the 1680c. Earlier I had one cable go bad on me after it had previously worked for me, and a second one that I bought later worked perfectly, so just now I bought another cable (exactly the same type) to have as a spare. It turns out that the newest cable does not work, so now I have one good cable and one bad cable of exactly the same type. Looking closely inside the "phone-end" plugs of the two cables, I could see on the bad cable that the two center pins were pushed in, so that they appeared to be about 2-3 mm shorter than the two outer pins. On the good cable, all four pins are about the same length (equal length to within 1/2 mm of each other or better). The plastic casing of the plug has four tiny clips that hold it shut, so I carefully pried the four clips out on the bad cable and popped the case open. Inside, I saw that the center two pins were indeed pushed back too far inside the plug, and a third wire (which connects to the outer two pins) was completely broken off from its solder connection. The conclusion: The tiny plug that connects to the phone is very fragile or cheaply made in many of these cables, and it's possible that many of the people having trouble could simply have a broken plug on their cables.