nokia 6230 is the best than n 6600 & se k700i . i like it it's the best (radio-bluetooth-mp3-high quality sound-mmc-65000 colors- and other all things you want and it small and that's the best
As a sicere nokia user I would Prefer the makers of nokia to create a large screen on nokia 6230 and name it nokia 6230i, otherwise everything is real cool in the 6230. I would expect nokia to make a phone which i mentioned above within few months
its a great phone. i buyed it 10 days before.its simply the best! i luv it!
where can u purchase 1G or 512mg MMC cards in australia???
or do i have to buy them over EBay?
The design of this phone may not be very appealing but the functions, camera, video, Mp3, bluetooth, Infrared, etc is really very good.
Small in size and yet big on features. Best phone I find it so far.
this phone is amazin'. it has everything one can desire. i really wish to buy it but its a bit expensive in Europe, could you please tell me the least price of this phone in eu? thanks
Hi M65. I am assunimg you have your files on an mmc card rather than the phone itself. I tried playing my music by selecting music player and it seems that the music player initially only checks for music files that are stored in the phone's own memory under 'Gallery>Music Files'.
The first time I used music player I had to put a track in the Music Files folder in order to get it to open.
Now if you wish to use the player to access files on your mmc card then they have to be in the 'root' of the card. In other words you can't create a folder and then put the music in that (more on this later).
Then you need to go in to music player and go to 'options>track list>options>refresh all tracks'.
Hey presto, all the tracks on your mmc card (should) appear.
Now the point I made earlier about being unable to keep tracks in a folder on your mmc may be wrong. The phone's instruction manual (English version-page62) says that you 'can' store tracks in a folder on the mmc but that they need to be "...defined in the track list before you can listen to them". I found this very odd and it doesn't actually tell you how to "define" the tracks you may have in your mmc card's folders. I have tried doing it from the gallery, in fact I've been all around my phone's menus in fact and can't find it anywhere.
If any of this is wrong or somebody knows how to define tracks stored in a mmc card folder then please let me knoe on here.
I hope that all helps in some way.
does anyone knows where u can get the one with the black keypads as shown on this website in malaysia?
sorry..but...can u tell me wht a card reader is..n wht it does...thanks a lot:)
I just got my 6230 a week ago and it's just AWESOME! I use a 128 MB MMC card and a card reader, i can listen to music, radio, online radio thru GPRS (EDGE), i can even use mp3s as ringtones! I'm now planning on getting a USB Bluetooth adaptor to connect the phone to my PC to see what I can really do with it. Best regards, Valentin from Romania
Top class phone, i use a mmc card reader have 4 or 5 prodigy tunes on, plays them back as ringtones or msg tones very loud. Dont bother using silly half arse software for your mp3's, stick with card readers.
Chamma; that "unknown"-2005-01-21 12:15:02, guy who says you can't use 512MB for 6230 is an ignorant. My friend has been using 1GB card since last week for his 6230.
yes u can use 512MB card with the 6230, you can even use up to 1GB, the guy posting not being able to use 512MB MMC card does not know what he is talkign about, or maybe he bought one of the slow cards or he did not format the card using a card reader... if you format a large capacity MMC card with the 6230 u might not be able to use it, but if u format the card using a card reader then it will work, in addition, if the phone does not show the correct size of the MMC, do not worry, u can still use it and still fill the complete 512MB or 1GB