5233, 04 Oct 2010whenever i connect my fn to pc and unplug it my message storage changes from mmc to phone. wat... morewell in that case nothin can b done....coz whenever u connect ur phone to the system your memory card gets disabled in your phone
i have received the "Expired Certificate" error while installing .sisx files.
can anybody help me..... thanks in advance
Xpress music, 04 Oct 2010to stop the confusion just simply swallow your pride and admit that 5233 has poor audio qualit... moreWow...look who is talking about pride. The great walkman who trolls around different nokia forums writing under different names insulting anyone who gets in his way.
utk, 04 Oct 2010I beg to differ. SiderWindeR has already pointed where you have been wrong. As for the your ... moredear smart guys u t k , side windeR , SbDevilmind, you did great analysis for my post about sound quality.My reply is coming soon.Please dont get irritated by my next post.
i really like this phone.. super die hard.. wish to have this soon.. ill make some way to have this.. cant wait for it..;p
harry, 04 Oct 2010how to sotp Accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate....sometimes its irritatingJust go to menu/settings/phone/sensor settings. Then turn off the accelerometer.
how to sotp Accelerometer sensor for UI auto-rotate....sometimes its irritating
to stop the confusion just simply swallow your pride and admit that 5233 has poor audio quality...Xpress music phone has a better sound volume and clarity its like compairing listening to a compressed mp3 to an uncompressed mp3 or between am and fm station...
5233, 04 Oct 2010whenever i connect my fn to pc and unplug it my message storage changes from mmc to phone. wat... moreChange the default storage to phone memory.
Just goto Messages->settings->other settings and change default storage to c: phone memory.
It is always better to save text messages in phone memory though you have the option to save it anywhere.
Anonymous, 04 Oct 2010Yaar..........My phone memory decreases in a large amount as the message count increases (nw i... moreTry changing the default message memory to c: phone memory instead of memory card. Also try moving some messages from inbox to my folders. This will also speed up the time taken to open mesages in inbox.
Sbdevilmind, 04 Oct 2010If you are talking about getting good audio quality out of a mobile's loudspeaker then you ser... moreYaar..........My phone memory decreases in a large amount as the message count increases (nw its 1500)...it takes about 1 mb for almst 30 msgs....wht may be the reason ??
whenever i connect my fn to pc and unplug it my message storage changes from mmc to phone. wat shud i do
there is an option of dial up networking in nokia 5233. is its reverse possible? does anyone know how? plz reply. thnks
TITU, 04 Oct 2010does it have the same camera quality like the 5230 or 5235?? I'm havin a 5235 and I'm satisfie... moreYeah, the only difference between them is 3G, AGPS and stereo speakers. Rest is same.
does it have the same camera quality like the 5230 or 5235?? I'm havin a 5235 and I'm satisfied with what its 2MP camera does... I'm asking this question as I'm suggesting one of my friend 5233 as it is cheaper than 5235. But I'm worried if it will serve decent pictures like my phone. Pls help...
Anonymous, 04 Oct 2010I strongly oppose the idea that the ' effective ' audio quality does not depend on speaker qua... moreIf you are talking about getting good audio quality out of a mobile's loudspeaker then you seriously need to take a walk in the park and straighten your head. No offence but how could you even think that a 2 to 4 cm diameter mobile loudspeaker can output the whole humanly audible audio frequency range of 20-20000hz. You will need a 7.1 speakers hometheatre system to get the full frequency response with proper sound stage. If the device itself doesn't output proper audio, no matter how much you spend on the speakers you will never get better audio. But if the device can generate perfect audio then you can at least make use of the expensive speakers(headphones in this case). Its just like trying to get 10mbps speed out of a 2mbps bandwidth internet connection. But if the bandwidth itself is 10mbps then you atleast have the option to go upto that speed provided you have a better receiver.
Anonymous, 04 Oct 2010I strongly oppose the idea that the ' effective ' audio quality does not depend on speaker qua... moreI beg to differ. SiderWindeR has already pointed where you have been wrong.
As for the your TV example. Lets look at it in a slightly different manner. Consider you have two TV's belonging to the latest HD LED class. Now replace the video signal processor of one of the them with that of a cheaper HD model and compare the output picture quality. What you will notice is a huge difference in picture quality.
We can take the same example in case of audio quality. Consider we have two GM200s, replace the audio DSP chip of one of them with that of a N73ME and the other with that of 5130 or 5233. Now play your favorite song on loudspeakers, you can be sure that you will not notice any difference between the output of the two. Now play the song through earphones and you will notice the difference clearly and you won't even need an expensive IEM. The difference in audio quality is very evident even when using Nokia's old HS-47s.
Anonymous, 04 Oct 2010I strongly oppose the idea that the ' effective ' audio quality does not depend on speaker qua... moreYour statment only holds value if you listen to you music soely on the builtin speakers. So in that cas, how will you judge the audio quality of an iPod classi which obvioulsy doesn't come with builtin speakers. Quality earphones (in ear monitors to be more specific) is the only way by which you can judge the quality of the audio. An average earphone is only capable generating tones in a narrow frequency range. So you won't be able to clearly distinguish between differnet audio sources due to the limitations of the earphone.
So in short, it is never a good parameter to judge the music quality soely based on the speaker performance. If that is the case, then like utk pointed out GM200 deserves the title as the best music phone produced till date.