goodluck to your samsung, hahaha, who needs ringing tone composer when the phone does MP3??!! obviously you dont know $hit! and if you want glowing things, dont buy a phone, hahahaha, and samsung is creative with all their phones in cheap plastic silver color and all flip and external antenna, hahaha ur 1 serious $hit!
Has anyone tried using a 512MB or 1GB MMC to store mainly mp3's on their 6230? also when playing only mp3's how long does the battery last?
Hi y'all, I'm frm Malaysia. I've just bought this fone in a few weeks ago n i have some comments about it.
1)The shape is elegant. (Business segment and not fashion) 2)Function have everything such as voice recording, loud speaker, FM radio, camera, etc that is build in and not attach externally. 3) Battery performance, sensitive(consume a lot of power)during playing MP3, camera and listening to the radio. To charge is around 2 hours. The cost is quite expensive. In Malaysia, it cost about RM 1500+ as at October-November ie the price only depreciate RM300 from the date of release somewhere at the end of 2003. The disadvantage is that, the contrast for the phone is not adjustable. The buzzer is terrible(ringing tone is not loud despite to switch it to the max level). The phone does not provide any ringing tone composer like the N3210, N8250 etc (perhaps, the trend is not popular then people keep downloading tons from the internet). No flash light like N1100 and N3200. No 'glow in the dark' like my friends N3100. The camera is only 0.3 Megapixel and I'm paying a huge sum of RM1500 (400USD). The polyphony ringing tones support only 24 channels which is limited then copared to my friends Samsung which contains 64 channels. In other words, the sound of Samsung is nicer, sharper and smoother then Nokia. To sum up all, The N6230 is an almost a perfect phone which almost all features included. Well, leave it to Nokia because over here, if u hate it or love it (by posting comments,) we are like talking to the wall and we are not deciding which to improve. Decision making is to be done by Nokia and not consumers. We, as consumers, will only sit and wait, hoping for new models to come and suit your needs because as far as i know, as far as i'm concerned, the N6230 is the BEST model the Nokia has ever made. Previously i was holding a N5110 because i never thing of changing any new phones (at that time) because the skills of creativity and design is getting worse and worse. So Nokia, please, you have prove it to the world that you are the first leading telecommunication. However, in Malaysia, in the central region (Kuala Lumpur), most consumers has switch to Samsung just because the design is getting worst. PLease, hire better designers. Fine, again, we leave it to Finland Nokia. I would like to say, Good Luck to Nokia!!!!! :)
to transfer video from PC to 6230 or vice-versa, u need either of the 3:
1) DKU-2 cable with drivers
2) IR in PC
3) Bluetooth in PC via USB or cards
to 6230 boy,
Yes i think i missed that functionality when i had media player 9...just accidentdly stumbled across it when i was usin windows media player 10...thanks pal..
u r wrong loreto.....windows media player version 9 can also saved the music from the audio cd as a mp3 file too...just go to windows media player option there and under COPY MUSIC..switch it to mp3...and all music copy from the audio cd is saved into the pc as mp3 file..tat you can transfer it to ur phone.. ;)
EDGE is U2's lead guitarist...
OK, seriously, EDGE is simply a faster connection to DL data to your phone, it is also called Enhanced GPRS, and as the name implies that what it is...
your 6230 has EDGE, but EDGE is dependent on your provider, if your provider does not have EDGE, then you can not have it, however, if your provider has EDGE, you still have to subscribe, call ur provider...
to transfer fils via BT, you must first of all have BT on your PC and that both devices are paired to each other, consult your coumentation to do this, but it is not that difficult, turn ON 6230's BT and make sure that the settings is turn to "visible to all", on your PC's BT put it to discove services...
hi i seem to be having the same problem as someone else on this page. i want to transfer files via the card reader but it says there is no phone connected. i have tried everything wat i can think of, someone has suggested using synchronise on the pc suite but im not sure whether my phone has bluetooth. somebody heeellpppp its driving me mad!
hi...everyone...can any one comment on the picture clarity or the resolution?? Is it really good like the motorola LCDs???
these are a few problems that i have with firmware version 4.43 that i am usin..when u keep a gif image as screensaver..a boxlike outline appears around the image after 2 to 3 secs..this was not there with the earlier 3.14 version i had, also the video quality has deteriorated...all the rest are positives..
Hi guys was finally able to convert the MP3's into aac files.the problem was with the PC Suite version i was usin,which was 6.2..downloaded 6.4 & was able to do it..first think i would like to say is when u copy music from an audio cd onto the PC usin Windows media player 7 or 9 the copied music is saved as windows media file..in the newer Windows media player 10 there is an option to save the files as MP3 files..Only files which have been saved on to the PC this way can be converted to aac files usin Nokia PC Suite 6.4..All u have to do is open the saved MP3's usin the Nokia multimedia player then click on file then on save as & u can convert the file into aac,amr etc..All The Best
Tnx for reply. But my phone memory is also almost full to transfer my files in my mmc in it. il try transfering it to my pc, hope i can bring it back to my phone coz i can only transfer files from my phone to my pc not pc to phone. just borrowed my gf's 6230, i cant also transfer mp3 files in it.
nokia 6230 is just the best but when it comes 2 design and camera quality its nokia 7600
6230 will play MP3 and AAC files...
AAC is smaller in file size compared to MP3, but offers same quality as far musicality is concerned...
hi risto, thanks for the info, im not sure if my computer has bluetooth, does that matter or is there another way? thank u!