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!
open pc suite and click synchronise. a new window opens. close it by pressing X in the right corner. then you see a synchronise logo (a ring) near to your pc clock. open the menu by clicking left mouse botton. then choose phone selector. again a new window appears. if your phone's bluetooth is working then in a new window you see your phone's name. click it and then click ok. now look at your phone. it asks you to accept the connection. press ok your phone is connected to your pc. start transfering! ;)
i hav installed the pc suite and also the mmc card reader but when i go to transfer anything onto the card it says that there is no phone connected. how do i solve this!? i want files to be transferred onto the card but i cant find an option on how to do so.
then save 1st your MMC content... that simple
1 whole movie in 3gpp is about 60~70 MB
MP3 to AAC-> try audacity with AAC codec, but m not sure... will research more
txt via BT, nope, but you can send notes, actually any files...