I really need help to connect my phone to my pc so that i can download my photos...
where can i buy the compatible usb cable for my 1680 hone
Kenny, 12 May 2009Hi, I just got the NOkia 1680 and am having tons of trouble finding the data cable. I ordered ... morethere is no data cable for the nokia 1680 classic.the port on the side of the phone that looks like a plug for a data cable can only be used by service personnel...it says in the user's guide that the port can only be used by service personnel when you take it there for repair..
Mark K, 06 May 2009There is a lot of misinformation on the web stating (incorrectly) that a PC data cable cannot ... moreHi, I just got the NOkia 1680 and am having tons of trouble finding the data cable. I ordered one off a website, they claimed it was the right one and it is wrong. I even looked on Nokia's own web site and could not find it. I then called Nokia and their customer service people told me there is no data cable available for this phone. Can you please tell me where you purchased your cable and also what the model number is? Thanks, my email adress is firstname.lastname@example.org
This is the best phone I ever have. User friendly, very handy, solid, without those billion useless options. Thanks God, somebody still makes phone like this.
This is a bomber.
There is a lot of misinformation on the web stating (incorrectly) that a PC data cable cannot be used with this phone, so I'm writing to confirm that I followed the instructions in Mitja Kukovec's April 2 message and was able to use my PC data cable to transfer files in and out of my Nokia 1680c-2b, using Nokia PC Suite version 220.127.116.11, downloaded from europe.nokia.com/pcsuite (running on Windows XP). I purchased the cable on eBay from a seller in Hong Kong for around $7 including shipping, and I installed the driver from the CD that came with it.
After driver installation and plugging the cable into a USB port, it showed up in the Windows device manager (under "Ports") as a "Prolific USB-to-Serial Comm Port (COM5)." After installing PC Suite, I closed the "Get Connected wizard," opened the PC Suite program and selected Settings, Manage Connections, double-clicked on "Serial Cable (CA-42)" and changed its setting to COM5. After a short pause, a balloon popped up from the PC Suite tray icon with the message "Nokia 1680c-2b connected via serial cable." I was then able to use the file manager in PC Suite to browse and transfer files in the phone's memory, and it worked perfectly for me. I hope this information is helpful to people who are having difficulty using a data cable.
nice phone like it
its cool for old chaps but for yung stars its wack how do load music on it
some times a phone is just a phone as for web browsing get a computer
this fone is not worth buying ... very slow processing ... in short waste of money
I love this phone!
it has no options, but it supports email and java and has an edge connection.
I'm really happy with it.
and it's cheap :)
that thing is so useless and has no blutooth andbut the memory is good 32MB.but it s fat in real life.
this phone stinkzzz!!!!
it has no bluetooth,usb,and infrared!!!
it makes me no happiness!!!
how can be the phone stupid?
no bluetooth, no infrared, guess some people just don't know how to read...
who's stupid now? :-)
The phone sucks but i must point out that it supports java applications.
i hate this kind of cellphone...its a wase of money...
I can't even text with number on these phone. I isert the music into these phone as ringtone. This phone suck.
I agree with most users. This phone sucks since I cannot transfer any pictures to computer.
Do not buy it.
Can I connect this phone to my pc and make it work with nokia pc suit???
And...when I check the memory it shows only 8 MB. where are the 32 MB mentioned???????????????
Why the f*** it has 3 ports (one for the charger, another for the handset, and the third one for the USB), if it doesn't have radio or USB conection?????????????????