Can any one tell how to connect internet through data cable. I have tried so many time it shows as mass storage / data storage, I can not connect the internet through data cable Please Please Please guide me ?
Can i storage sms at memory card....or what number sms can i save at phone....
do not purchase... charging issue is in the set... i have lost my money... be carefull before purchasing... Thanks
AnonD-541449, 25 May 2016Can some kind soul please advise a noobie I buy this phone for dual sim & FM radio which I... moreyep, sure does..and if you are using headphones you can select automatic answer in the headphones settings.
Anonymous, 26 May 2016Is a nokia 230 have a call reject and messages? Tnxyes
Can some kind soul please advise a noobie I buy this phone for dual sim & FM radio which I listen too all day whilst working... two questions
1. are both sims on standby at the same time so I can receive calls on either?
2. when I receive call can I keep earplugs in to listen and talk using microphone on phone? (I have read that the mic does not work when 3.5mm jack is used.
Thanks for your time
ferr, 16 May 2016as far as i can remember, my old, recycled long time ago, 2005. made nokia 6030 did not have l... morePlz inform me is the sms storage of nokia 230 limited??
2nd question is can i make groups of my contacts??
No wifi, 3g or 4g..but an awesome phone it is as it handles youtube videos plus has opera mini web-browser..a much better model than the nokia 225 model.
Bluetooth profiles of devices like Nokia 203, 301 support AVRCP where I can use BT headset to control (forward / backward / stop / play) music player.
However in new devices such as Nokia 230, 222, AVRCP is missing in Bluetooth profiles. Only AV2P is listed.
Any idea we can use BT headset to control music player in 230?
As a Physiatrist on-call 24hrs/ 7 days a week I need a phone with good battery life. My iphone5s could not deliver this after a few years, so I chose to go back to a dumb phone as my only phone. That was a month ago. No regrets.
Pros- battery life, USB charging, expandable memory, bluetooth, can walk and sms from my pocket safely in the hospital, stopped playing dumb games
Cons- speaker on back (for night calls either I have to leave the phone face down and fish for it , or face up and hope I hear it), low ring pad tones, bluetooth would not connect to my PGs smartphone, so I could not get the gait video I had her record
As my work does involve tracking patient progress by video, I now use a camera at work instead of the phone. This is also ok, as I am not longer harassed about my icloud space limitation. The selfie button is useless to me
The material they are made from can increase the risk of it landing on its screen...The smoother a phone is the more likely it will break contact with the fingers before it achieves a spin rate.Simply the material the phone is made plays a role.(If a kind of plastic is more slippery than aluminium or not.)
But even if aluminium is more slippery according to experts it still have structural advantage because it helps to protect internal components...In every phone there are internal and external parts.It's not only the screen but also PCB,FLEX and many more.
It's obvious that mobiles can land (from back or front or corners)and break some internal or external parts.60% of the time,a dropped phone lands face down up as experts said.
Phones that fall from high places (ladder or elsewhere) don't need object to break and sometimes also candybar phones can break even from a small height.(depends to their construction).The only strange thing is that you find strange simple facts...Anyway-
good luck to HMD(company based in Finland)that is licenced from Nokia to make Nokia branded smartphones,feature phones and tablets for the next 10 years!