Well Dude not on my phone, may have to take it back as I have been doing photography for a fair while now and when rotating a photo it does not save on its own.G
Dude, are you sure you have this phone? Once you set up the time it will automatically appear on your stand by mode, look closely on your screen, you might be using a theme that contrast the color of your fonts. Regarding saving edited pictures on your phone...dude, the phone does this automatically too!
Anybody knows how much does it cost to buy additional maps other than that supplied with the phone? Thanks
Love the fone, had it for a week now. Just two things, how to put the Date on the stand by mode and secondly when editing a photo on the phone,how do you save what you have edited.??? G
Just received my 6110 nav after having the E65 - both great phones - think i will prefer the 6110.
Does anyone know how to change the "Notes" fast key button - i want "speed dial" there - could do it on E65 but cant find anywhere on 6110 Nav.
i jst luvd this phone..but sumtimes it takes agez to get connected to the gps server espessially when i feel my lost sumwhere.. does ny1 else has dis problem..??
Can i make new folders in the gallery if i got this phone?or does it have a typical restricted N-series like gallery?please,can anyone tell me?im thinking to buy this phone!but it keeps troubling me!Thanx alot!good luck all...
I have this phone for 7 months now and I have to say this is a very very good Nokia phone..never hang on me. Batt life is good at 2.5 to 3 days moderate use. OS is reponsive. Only beef I have is when that I was unlucky to have one DOA on the first day, had it repaired on the second day. And Now after 7 months, I send it in again as the USB was not working since day one but I left it as that for the moment thinking phone software could be upgraded over the air but not true for us here in Singapore. The Singapore clueless service centre informs that no spare part for this phone so need to wait for it to be shipped in and no leadtime given. Call Nokia Cust relation hotline they are off no help.
Bottomline is Great phone if there is no defect as after sales support is a huge disappiontment....
Nokia competitors can do way better even with cheap labour.
I think it's good phone for every one . with letest features it's look is very nice.I hope every one buy this phone. Plz give me free of cost this phone. I shall be highly obliged to your company
the person who wanted to know what the gps navigation software is...it's route 66 software
Good phone , but i have one mention.it doesn't have 64mb sdram , it has 48mb
hi! i'm just curious...can anyone tell me what is the gps navigation software that is installed on this phone?
can anyone tell me how to go to the graphic equalizer.there was a time were i could make the right speaker play play but now can't find the setting
This phone is without a doubt the best phone out there.Not only is it a phone with all the bells and whistles,but the GPS is amazing,quick and accurite.If your looking for a GPS enabled cell phone,The 6110 is the way to go.Christiaan From Johannesburg,South Africa-Thank you GSM arena for your great website-keep up the good work.God bless
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iam using this mobile for more than a month & iam hearing a cutting voice when listening to peers..does anyone got this problem? is it a defect in the mobile or its related to service (signals strength)?? but i had this problem when i start using this mobile..any help??
Can someone pls help. I need to adjust the ringing volume on this phone. It is way to loud. Thanks
i have had this phone for two months now i find that the battery life is fine for my usage as i generally text most of the time i have used the gprs a few times and i think for the 2mp the camera does ok, my battery last a week when charged from flat to fully charged. people suggesting otherwise may either have a fault battery or use more features than i do which would explain there quick draining of battery power