Not just a king in the telephony department BUT also a king in the multimedia department.
Still love and rate this phone to the max.
I still have mines and would HIGHLY HIGHLY recommend it to anybody.
This phone has no limits. Accept any frame rate, any video quality, 512kbps or higher. No matter how much I maxed videos or audio qualities, I never ever noticed a slow down in performance.
This phone is a true example of a king.
YES it supports AAC playback.
This phone supports aac playback?
You can download MARIO 1 as well as other games from here:
I need to downdload super mario 1 in my nokia 6230.
in my Opinion the 6230 is better then the New 6233 aswell
the new Nokia S40 Phone's seem to have Lost the Pure Nokia Touch !
Nokia 6230 has to be the BEST Nokia ever Made i miss Mine i sold it(which i REGRET now) :(
yo...........i have mines about 3yrs now and ah really would like to get another one it best but the only thing is that where i'm from it sell out dread but ah thinkin bout gettin d 6230i..........link meh give mah some advice
pls. guy how can i download games in to my 6230?
Even though I have the new 6300 I prefer certain things with the 6230, for example entering contacts which is quicker and better in more ways than one when doing it on the 6230. Nokia wanted the 6300 to have a different feel in every department and this they have achieved, many of the changes are welcomed.
I still love this phone.
You can transfer your contacts from PC to phone by using Nokia PC Suite. Just click on Contents or Backup and Restore (whatever your version of PC Suite calls it). It's the first icon.
When you flash your phone all the factory contents are reinstalled from the flash software. The only thing you will lose is your personal stuff like contacts, text messages, calendar notes, notepad notes, internet settings and sometimes you lose photos, videos etc. It's a big risk to leave anything on your phone when you are going to have it flash. BACKUP FIRST!!!
How can I transfer my contacts from PC to my phone??
In other theme, you said to Naglia that if you update the firmware all data is lost. It´s the same for the factory stuff like ringtones and preloaded images includeed in the phone??
YES, you WILL lose EVERYTHING when you change the Operating System version so please backup your entire phone contents. You will need a DKU-2 or CA-53 data cable for PC connectivity and you will also need to install Nokia PC Suite in order to backup your phone.
I'm always here for you if you need help
P.S. You are a female right ?
my version is 3.30 so i hope that something can be done. i gave my 6230 to my brother for his birthday and i'm sure he will agree to make a change :).
would i lose my phonebook, pictures and music if i change my version?
I never bothered with the 6230i because it's predecessor was faster overall and turned out to be the best buy in the long run.
The main reason why the 6230i is slower is because of the increased screen resolution from 128x128 to 208x208. A higher resolution means more time to redraw images hence the need for a faster processor...unfortunately to keep down cost Nokia decided to stick with the same processor as the original 6230.
Some people have said that they are firmware which boosts the speed of 6230i. The first time I held a 6230i in my hands it was quicker than I expected. I checked the firmware and it had v3.62. NAGLIA, if your phone doesn't have that version you can try and get it upgraded to it...or even a later one.
Please check and tell me the version firmware that your 6230i uses and tell me. You can check by typing *#0000# in standby mode....that is, the screen where you see the reception and battery indicators.
Hope my advice helps you. Looking forward to hearing from you.
P.S. I still have my 6230 (smile).
o.j. do u know something that can help me
hi. i've changed my 6230 for 6230i.
6230i much much slower. can u help me :)?
i'll be happy if it's just slower :))
well I feel more safe with your opinion about the battery. The only thing I don´t know is where are made the 6300s that are sold in Mexico. And thanks in advance if you can find an office document viewer for 6300.
The battery is quite fine on the 6300. All you need to ensure is that you have firmware v5.00. I'm very positive if you should purchase a 6300 right now you will get firmware version 5.00 and you will see the extended battery performance, believe me on this one.
Where document viewers are concerned, I was able to download a PDF document viewer. I'm sure I will be able to find other document viewers soon or in the near future.