Hi I was wondering how to determine where my Nokia 6500 was made? I looked under the battery cover, however all it says is MADE BY NOKIA. Where does it tell me where it was manufactured?
Yes , unfortunately each time u remove the back cover rather , your phone does not read the memory card .
This is because of the metal switch behind the carl zeiss lens which is welded on the backcover right behind the camera which acts like a switch for the memory card cradle. so when you take it off , the mc cradle loses connection with the switch and ndoes not read
Nokia should check this before releasing out handsets , i thought technology improves as the years go by , apparently NOT!
I thought there's a camera in front as I found out its just video call support cam ONLY!!!until now I still dont want to beleive that its true...I need a camera infront!too bad,
and when you remove the memory card and return it again all the settings is gone!you will need to set it up again especially the profile e.g (msg alert tone and ring tone)
DID YOU GUYS EXPERIENCE DID AS WELL?PLS LET ME KNOW ASAP
from where can i download softwares for nokia 6500 slide (s40 platform), pls hlp
does the camera is good for capturing high-speed images? like capturing images in a game.. which camera is good for this kind of images? SE k810i or 6500 slide
Well, am gonna update my last post about the click sound that occurs after taking the picture...
I found in other forums that this sound is normal, the lens moves back to its normal position after taking the picture (caused by the auto focus), so other users in other forums confirmed that they hear the sound too
Well, i would like to know more about it from users in this website if they can confirm hearing this click sound too
Well, i noticed something with the camera yesterday, when i take a photo using the camera button (auto focus first then shooting) the camera makes a click-like sound when it ends the preview after 3 second (i.e when it goes back to its ready to shoot mode), and it does exactly 3 clicks, they are really so quite but if you are alone in your room and no sound around you can easily hear those clicks. I don't know if this is normal, like the camera lens is reseting after the focus or so but i would like to be sure about by other users who have the same phone.
I think it's all on how you use your handset and where you apply force to slide it up , i use the rubber grip provided which is right under the screen. my keypad's new as ever after a month.
If you however , are not too rough with it and it still scratches , I suggest you ask for an exchange , it could be that the slide/handset balance is not balanced like someone here mentioned.
Honestly,it's a great phone. About the scratches on the key pad? I,don't have any problem unless if you have a rough thumb..
Im planning to buy a 6500 slide & i have red a lot comment to some other users the the slide affects the keypad which cause scratches and others says no scratches in the keypad, so which is true? and what was the real score about this fone? kindly anyone answer..thanks
Guys i need help
how the sounf in this phone?is it loud?
more then SE k610i?
Anyone else have problems removing the simcard or is it just me , after i slide the switch all the way down that flushes out the simcard , i feel that a small portion of the simcard gets ejected and this makes it hard for me to pluck it out considering i have small nails :/ or AM i doing Something Wrong ? :/
I got the phone today.
What I don't like is, My ringtone is "Way I Are". And it will play for like 20sec then stop.
But I got the same tone for my messages and it plays the whole song... :@ Any-one know whats up?
Ohh.. And when I take out my battery, it resets back to the "nokia tune"..
:@ Soo annoying.
Apart from that..
I love it. :D
I had problem with my keypads it has lots of sratches made by the slide of my fone and I thought this fone is good but is isn't bec. the sliding causes the scratches on my fone so I had to buy another fone
go to settings then choose TIME AND DATE, then choose TIME ZONE. be sure its in the time zone of the country where you live