hey allabout the bottom port it is a pop port mini USB 4 pin i have found a cable that can be pluged in it but i didnt reallt try it , and about the radio i have tried to cut the headset and leave only the jack and and the radio works on but on the loud speaker only ok Bye
Today i got it for 65$. Really cheap.
Will post more after a longer testing.
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You can turn off the menu-backgrounds by:
1) Display Setting - Wallpaper - Off
2) Place an other SIM card in the phone
3) Turn-on & off
4) Place back the original SIM card
what do you say about this people ?... is it true that nokia 6030 has ca data cable?
How can I turn of the background in the menu's?
I once succeded in turning them off, but don't remember how... so it is possible.
(Never downloaded any theme; only the background of the menu is the problem).
hi!, me also brought d fone. itz a nice piece of art from nokia. but can anybody plz tell me for what d bottom connector is been used? can i connect my phone to my pc using any data cable??
I changed the original theme with the one which is already in the phone. Is it possible to restore the original one?? Thanks
Dear all nokia 6030 is good set but feature is not in it. e,g MMS only send not receive , no pic is add to any contect, no infrared, but set is only beautiful without above mention things, that is nokia manoply.
ITs very friendly phone with battery back up and all .But i don't know about the bottom connector.....
Is this mobile supports Tamil language in predictive text input or in Menu?
Is it supports True tones?
pls reply me...
(sorry for bad english)
hi this is karthik
i purchased Nokia 6030 recently
i am unaware whether it has the provision for Data card ............
plz clarify that ya
i've just bought this phone few hours away, and i must say that it great, nice look, nice menu, nice screen, enough memory for themes/images/sounds, nice radio and clear sound, but about the battery in a few days.My last word - i love it,Go and buy it yourself (the ones that have this in mind).
anyone disregrading this fone obviously ahve no sense, fo rthe amount your paying its exactly what you get!! i would say, the looks on the 6230i should be replaced with looks of the 6030, i have both of these fones, and the 6030 replacing my 8800, as for making calls the 6030 is superb, unlike the 8800, misdialling numbers, battery life being terrible, navigation keys not so freindlt at all
if you don't need/want something like a camera, bluetooth, IRDA, it's ok, it has a beautifull 65k colours screen, wap for uploading images and sounds, radio for long trips. i will buy it in a few days, and i like it a lot. it's not that expansive, and the most important it's an nokia=maximum battery life and durability. i've previously have an Moto V180, and i don't want to see clemshell ever:D. i like this phone a lot. buy it
In India Nokia enjoys an unsurpassed fan following. Which would mean that its brand value is rated in stratospheric heights. A buyer of this phone in India would primarily buy this because it is a Nokia. I bought the 6030 having read the review of it here and hence one way of expressing my gratitude would be to present a clearer picture of the model for buyers in India.
The 'Best Buy' price of 6030 is INR 5250/-, though the cheapest stands at 5100/- which makes this phone decently cheap. The rest has been said in the web review and I will not repeat them. But the phone has an astounding battery life! I played 'Ancient empires' for five hours yesterday and the level dipped by just one! I have about 26 games downloaded and found that downloading is quite fast and hassle free here. But the 3Mb memory can get quite too much. The phone has hung twice in the few days I have had it. The bottom port is useless and the radio is good for a mono but really could have been better.
One thing I found irritating about the phone is its construction. It is BAD! The buttons feel loose. The back lid shifts a little. And the soft keys are dipped to the right. In India the phone comes equiped with regional languages which means more characters on the keys. that makes it look cheap. Though the silver model does not have the multi-language keys.
One good reason to buy the phone is its looks. I have it in black and it sure draws interest. It also gets smudged quite easily and I have to keep polishing it. Moreover it is a Nokia and comes with all the goodness of userfriendliness. This phone is utterly intutive. I have not yet seen a phone that is so easy to use.
While not many have heard of the 6030 here in India I suspect that it is going to be quite a success for Nokia in this part of the world. Personally I think that it would be wiser to use this for a year till 3G phones get cheaper and then trade this for the other.