Changing from miles to km's:
Press navigator button
Got to Options, select Settings
Scroll down to Units, select Metric.
Waiting for 2 months for the phone in sa. They now say it should be here in december. Does anyone know why its taking so long?
can someone please tell me if theres a problem with this phone.vodacom in south africa have`nt got this phone for three weeks.they say nokia is not releasing because of some problem.all responses will be appreciated
The phone is brilliant. Nokia maps are free from http://europe.nokia.com/A4509291
Download both for your phone and the loader for your pc. Select what maps you want from a worldwide selection (unless you're in New Zealand). You pay a licence fee - either annually or a short visitor fee. All works very well. Best to load all the maps you will use onto your phone micro SD card as it saves time and saves you downloading data via your phone service provider.
By looking at the pictures of the phone it seems like the top row of buttons is hard to use as the slider is in the way. Anyone have any comments to this? I hope the phone producers someday will make the slider go another 5mm up.
Buy it with your eyes closed this is the best phone nokia ever made I hade mine for several months and would not trade it in for the world
Is anyone using their 6110 in the US? Or does anyone know the cheapest way to make it usable in the US? (i.e: where to find good quality maps) I don't own the phone yet but I was JUST about to buy it when I read the post below about someone in California not being able to use it here. I am in California too, and will be on the east coast soon, can anyone advise me on whether or not to buy this phone? (ps - sorry this was so long!) cheers
If the GPS Receiver won't help when your trying to navigate yourself around using the GPS Receiver alone, you can alway use the A-GPS Service that somehow goes handy when trying to search and connect to several other satelites. The problem here with us in the Philippines lies on the maps. were not that updated with the mapping and not all our roads have been digitally mapped yet. And so long as MMDA is around (and I ain't joking) it would be impossible to work on GPS since roads or alleys which used to be passable before are now blocked or ristricted from vehicles trying to pass thru them even if GPS will re-calculate and point to these routes
I have a Nokia 6110 Navigator but I am having trouble pairing it to my in car hands free (Parrot) Can anyone help me with a solution?
Apart from that I love the phone!
Can anyone tell me if the Nokia pc suite for the 6110 nav is Vista compatible?
is there any way on the gps one can change it from miles to Kilomotres as in south africa we dont work in miles?
i work at a mobile phone shop, this phone rocks !! The Nokia GPS Navigation rocks, it even outdid my in-car Navigation system. I used to be a Sony Ericsson fan, but Nokia have outdone themselves with this one... nokia 611
just got a new nokia 6110, amazing phone features for a small device, not as expensive as N95. but i'm having a hard time using the GPS device, as far as i know the GPS device is a "stand - alone" feature and its not network, - dependent. its getting the signal from the GPS satelleite and service is absolutely free. mine does not work when i tried using map for manila map, i wonder if it works on your. keep on getting this error " no positioning methods available" and "position unavailable" i've raised the issue to nokia people but i can't seem to get any sensible explanation; are there settings that i still need to configure on? i want to maximize its GPS features especially when getting around the city. i know this feature should work since a lot of GPS devices/ brands have already been sold here, ANY INFO? PLS HELP.
Same concern here in the Philippines. how come Route 66 doesn't have Maps for this phone here. Not even those that could be purchased from their website
In Portugal it´s only 299€90 ehehehe