Dman1974, 04 Apr 2009This is my second 6555. I believe this phone is a piece of junk to say the least. The first ... moreYes. This is the worst phone ever. I got this junk and in 2weeks, it started shutting off on me. Got a new one replace, same issue, got battery replace same issue. NOKIA!!!!!!!!!! PLEASE RECALL THIS JUNK!!!!!!!!!!!! tHIS ISN'T FAIR ON BUYERS
this phone is gayy its just my temp phone until i get my lg shine in.. how do you save your pics and ringtones thats get sent to you through text messaging
Monty, 02 Mar 2009There is a easy fix for all the problems I fixed mine . Home Depot sells a tool called a hammer.THAT is the best thing I've ever read!! a hammer...
This is my second 6555. I believe this phone is a piece of junk to say the least. The first 6555 I had would just shut off for
no apparent reason. I spoke with customer service at AT&T and they sent me another 6555. This one has been doing the exact same thing. My boss also has the same phone and he is on his third one. I wouldn't recommend this phone for anything other than throwing it into a pool of water like skipping rocks.
The phone works well and tries it's hardest to appear user friendly. However, I do have some gripes with it.
1) T9- The predictive text works well but you have to press options before viewing the alternative spellings. This means pressing an additionally two buttons every time T9 doesn't guess your word on the first try.
2) Backlight- Although Nokia interfaces are generally very customizable, I can't set the backlight time for my 6555.
3) Camera placement- For a 1.2 megapixel cam, the optics are quite nice. However, the camera is placed near the middle of the phone (when open) so the view is usually obscured by my finger at first.
4) C aka delete key- There is none. Which means deleting requires pressing 'options' then scrolling down to 'delete'.
5) No way to light up external display without raising volumne of ringtone.
Some people have complained of short battery life but I don't use the music player on mine, nor do I use EDGE so I haven't experienced this. I also have updated in awhile and my phone is still branded by AT&T. >_<
The only reason I haven't debranded is because I don't have too much of a problem with it and I like the Nokia warranty.
In summary, for people with high-end needs, spend the extra cash on a high end N-series. For those with basic needs, there are simpler phones for cheaper.
I had this phone for almost a year , my older brother's had it for two years. It's a pretty nice phone. It has some good qualities. I texted on it so much that it wouldn't show my messages anymore. It just showed a question mark. I did really love this phone.
i have a problem with my nokia 6555c, i cannot set music save on memory card or on phone memory as ringtone. Can somebody help me please?
it's really a good phone, with a great design, the only problem is that you don't have radio on it, and the music navigation keys is only inside.
it really is a good phone. or it would be if it wouldnt restart all the time. maybe its from a year and a half of txting constantly but its developed a problem of turning itself off repetitively
There is a easy fix for all the problems I fixed mine . Home Depot sells a tool called a hammer.
anyone help me? i download from zedge
and my cell won't let me use the MP3
Good Phone and functions, excelent display, beautiful design, elegant and stylish....battery life is very poor...
Nice phone but doesn't come with a USB cable so, you have to buy one . Battery life is not that great either. Other than that it's a great phone for basic needs.