hi all , i know some of you dont like me :(
i just unsure of questions on nokias .
iv only tried to buy them and dont no lots about them .
i want help and you are mean ...
just one more question on this phone tho . i tried connedcting this to my macpc ... and it doesnt work , some one told me nokia dont work on mac so i tried my sony cable .... this made smok come out of my phone and computar :..(
it got black and sooty but i wont wash it kuz of ninos advice :D
by the way i dont have a bath ... its a shower , an electric shower ... would that make a difference ???
and P.S. you spelled under wrong :p
any advice on makin ma fone work again after the capatar braked it ???
May i know how to use 6500c video call? I found through all the possible functions but still can't find it...
does anyone know .. can you put a lock on msgs on the nokia like samsung?
I can't find the black list number (no screanning list) and i think it will be better to include the detail of message delivered for incomming message and outcomming message. Any way i like it. Can i download the virus software for nokia 6500c because i have found at my friend phone nokia 7610 include nortan antivirus. Thanks
Slick and lightweighted. Nice design which has a classy feel to it. Would be a good phone to have with all the basic funtions. Too bad mem is not expandable. Though the 1GB built in would be sufficient for normal use.
The 6500 classic supports H.263, MPEG4, and 3GPP video playback.
Real Media player files are not supported - for this you will need a smart phone. If you like Nokia's and slim form factor, then you might want to consider the E51. It is the only other phone I want right now, despite me recently getting a 6500 Classic.
The E51 will offer far more in terms of function compared to the 6500C - only it is slightly fatter and not as good looking.
The actual talk time for this phone is only about 1 hour 45 minutes
Please Confirm me
Nokia 6500 Classic Support Real Media (.RM) Format or Not ??
Your Quick Replies will be highly appreciated.
got my nokia 6500 on 26th nov...one minute i was sending a text,next minute the screen had a massive crack in it...after a massive argument with o2 and their poor customer service they sent me a new one...however..the screen is away again within 48hours...i havent bangd it or done anything to it...it was sitting on my bedside locker...has anyone else had this problem????battery life pretty much sucks as well.
To pip healily:
this phone is stainless steal???
No. The top section is made of aluminium, the bottom section (battery cover) is made of glossy plastic.
is it vulnerable to rust??!?
Aluminium doesn't rust. And last time I checked, neither does plastic...
can it be used under water like the 2310 ???
Are you smoking crack? Or have I missed 20 years worth of mobile design in that MORE phones rather than LESS are water resistant these days? If you dumped practically any electrical device into water, what do you think happens?
Very few mobiles are water resistant, and do you seriously think the 6500 Classic - a FASHION phone - will have a special ability to be used underwater? This easily gets comment of the week. If you aren't udner 6-years-old, I would be very, very concerned, unless you have technological dyslexia.
Does the phone even look water resistant? Am I not seeing the big, bulky, gummy plastic seal around the thing?
or would it start to freeze???
Well it would freeze underwater if the water was stagnant and below 0 degrees centigrade.
On a more serious note, yes, it will "freeze", aka break. In fact, your severe lack of simple physics when it comes to electrical items mixed with water I find particularly alarming.
I think a slightly better thing to do with your time, rather than post educationally-inept and disturbing comments on a message board, would be to buy a few books about physics, preferably on what happens when electric is mixed with water. In fact, why not fill your bathtub full of water, and throw in your TV, PC, xbox, radio, toaster, MP3 player and any other electrical item which is nearest your disposal, and see what happens when you plug it all back into the mains again?
Actually no, don't. You might end up killing yourself. And no, humans don't mix particularly well with water and electricity either. Shocking, isn't? And there was me thinking we'd all be fine considering we are 70% water and our brains use electrical impulses...