You can not turn Off the "Click" Sound of the Phone using its built in Software.
BUT You can use "Photo Acute" that works perfect with this Phone and it doesn't make any sound while taking Snaps...
I think that the card was a Kingston or a TwinMOS, but both only are capable of reading 1,6 MB/sec and the Kingston writes only 0,4MB/sec. So i will try to find a brand with high transfers. I tried in a store. At the moment i only use the 32mb that comes with the phone.
I'll try first to find the Transcend cards.
Thanks again. (and not for the last time, i think)
My friend is using 512MB RS-MMC, it's working fine,... wat brand r u using? You have to becareful, certain brand they have bad read/write capabilities... and some are extremely slow...
The RS-MMC my friend is using is Transcend, (the speed should be equivalent to normal MMC with 45X speed)...
I used to have 256MB Apacer MMC for my 6600 and the speed is awfully slow and have problems with my card reader... Then I change to 512MB RS-MMC Transcend (with the adapter), and even though it's 512MB, the speed is still faster than my previous 256MB Apacer MMC!!! I read somewhere that normal sized Apacer MMC is only 1X speed... tough, there're other speed option available already...
Oh, and another case is, my cousin bought a very cheap and life time warranty 512MB RS-MMC for his N-GAGE QD... got many problems, where the phone will lockup during reading of MMC, etc... so, becareful when purchasing the card, so far, Transcend is very friendly to phones...
The 6260 uses the RS-MMC and not the "normal" and bigger MMC card.
Owen tanks again.
With that info i will try another brand of RS-MMC in different sizes, tryin to match a card that works. For now i don't see any of my friends that uses that kind of cards ;)
Ey Bluege =)
see if you can try another brand of 512MB RS-MMC, though risky. Sometimes phone's are picky. I had an experience with that that I returned the other card for refund and I've tried my friends card and it worked flawlessly.
Yeah, just use 256mb for the meantime.
Hi steve =)
I think thats a good choice. If you've noticed with my comment, its only the D500 that I have positive feedback (hehehe).
I was planning to get one too as my second phone. I didnt had a chance to try it for at least one whole day or two. tell me if its nice aight?
Owen, thanks for your comments dude.
I am from England, UK. So phones maybe a little different where you are. I have decided on the D500, it is on order, and should get it by the weekend.
I love my nokia phone (none symbian), but I have jumped ship and gone for arguably the phone of the year!?!
Hi, so the 6260 is using the reduced size mmc? or the big one? thanks
Thanks Owen. I tried with a 512Mb RS-MMC. He recognized the 512Mb but after that didn't work. I tried to format but nothing. So, now i will try another card but smaller (256mb). After i'll tell you the news.
hi.i'm using this phone and i can say that i'm really satisfied with the features.MP3, WAV and true tones, unlimited video (i have 128 RS MMC), awesome!the features are absolutely great!My kids love it very much because i installed plenty of cartoons themes and themesongs of their favorite kiddie shows.
It is a good phone.Now i am using this phone. I like that very very smart phone to me. I think it is better than 7610 phone.Only problem is the when i want to get photo i can't off sound .
It's a great phone i LOVE it
Yo Steve =)
I dont like Nokia 6170. I've tried the phone myself. Interface and LCD clarity is not good.
Samsung E330 looks boring to me.
On the other hand, I've tried the Samsung D500 and it looks decent. My personal favorite is the slide smoothness. I've tried Siemen's similar slide phone and I hate the way it slides. D500 kinda locks in to place when you slide it open and close (without any clicking sound). The black color of the unit is very nice too. It has 128 internal memory, though not expandable and that's what is so disappointing. I havent had any Samsung phone yet and they say it's not a good mobile phone.
With the E800, I haven't tried it personally but looks similar to D500.
Now these are just my personal opinion with regard to all these phones. We have our own taste and needs when it comes to something.
You might want to go to a mobile phone arcade and try those phones personally to see which one will work best for you.
Hello Bluege =)
6260 uses the typical (or first version) RS-MMC.
The dual-voltage (DV) RS-MMC is for Nokia 6630.
Ey Daniel =)
unfortunately, you CANT turn off the click sound (i think). I've went to every option of the phone (and even selected SILENT mode) and no way to turn it off.
I hate it as well but cant do anything about it.
im not sure if I'm missing a spot on the phone settings to turn it off but as far as I can tell, NO WAY to turn it off... =(
Hi Jonathan =)
you CANT turn the screen clockwise to go to browse mode. you can only turn it clockwise to take self-picture and that's it.
it's designed to turn it counter-clockwise to make it in browse mode.
Had a 6260 delivered as upgrade from o2.
Kept it 24 hours and sent it back. Its just too BIG! Functions are good, and has loads to play with but.....
Considering what other phones are out there, it just opens out to be a right monster when using it. Shame really, I wanted it to work out, but not to be. Also the navigator buttons at the top are far too fiddly. I only have small hands, but still found it tricky to use. Sorry cannot recommend this in anyway. 3/10 at best.
Trouble is, what do I go for now?? D500? 6170? E800? E330??? HELP!