Hi, im from the philippines. I am just quite curious about the the quickoffice, that is installed in the phone. Will it be able to support files from the Microsoft Office 2003? Can it be opened through transfering the file from the computer into the rs-MMC? Lastly, which would you recommend purchasing, the 6630 or the upcoming 3230, its really quite hard. Thanks a lot! ü
i have done more tests of the phone. findings:
the problem i have, with saving files from "messaging" to "gallery", the process of which stalls forever, has nothing to do with bluetooth. i sent an MMS to myself and the process of saving the picture from "messaging" to either the phone memory or card memory still stalls.
it's fine to save images and mp3 and vidoe clips from the 3G browser to the memory.
i gather there's a bug between the "messaging" program and the "gallery".
i bought the phone the first day it's available in hong kong, right b4 xmas.
the version info:
i encounter problems with saving files recieved via bluetooth.
a file received via bluetooth are kept in the inbox as an incoming message. as i open it, i can read the file, an image or an mp3 file.
but when i try to save it to either phone memory or card memory, the process stalls. it never stops itself. the longest time i let it go is 30 minutes.
interestingly if i leave it there (without exit), get back to the menu to open the gallery program to open any image or video clip, and then reenter the mail program, the process immediately gets completed.
nokia and my service provider here in hong kong cannot fix the programe and they give us a new phone replacement yesterday.
they test the phone with me and it saved files received via bluetooth perfectly. i thought the problem had gone. but it's not the end.
hours ago, i found the same problem returned. not only with the files i newly sent to the phone via bluetooth. but also with the files still in the inbox which were successfully tested. i was unable to re-save them like they were smoothfully saved when the phone was tested.
thus it seems something i did to the phone may have trigger some bugs.
what i did:
- customising different profiles
- setting language, time, and things like that
- writng and sending SMS
- downloading and saving files from my 3G service provider (these files are always saved fine)
i dont think it's the problem with the memory card. as i have tried going through the file-saving process without the memory card, i.e. saving the file to the phone memory, but the process still stalls.
any idea fo comments from friends here?
tks a lot, indeed.
i just purchased the N6630 two days ago... it was awesome!!! but i got disappointed with the light thing that "Customer" mentioned... but other than that its cool!!! i love it... but can somebody help me why i cant personalize the go to function??
Issue of 6630:
1st issue, the palette colour isn't changing. 2nd issue -low RAM. 3rd, the phone resets once in a while.....1. The light sensor was perhaps a bad idea - the screen sometimes just loses the intensity ....at the wrong time ....and sometimes its unecessarrily bright.
2. Nokia should have have darkened the keypad markings a bit more ....it already looks like its faded - despite this not being the case.
3. Obvious thing is the low ram and only 64mb RSMMC currently available coz of that DV thing .....
I agree with "mrdjape" (Unknown, 2004-12-28 21:04:56). He is absolutely right. They are just playing with the pockets of the buyers.
I have read many many opinions regarding the 6630 before I purchased on December 23rd. I have read complaint, reviews that are coloured by owners previous phones and I have read warnings against buying because a new model with 2 cameras might appear in January. Not once have I read that the 6630 is an excellent phone. That's what is is, a mobile phone. And the extras are wonderful. The camera, the video recording time, the Symbian interface (I still can't install applications but I love trying) and overall it is a very pleasing phone. Yes, Phone! And as a phone, it works brilliantly. Oh tes, there is another thing, the mmc is a reduced voltage small mmc and there are no 512 or higher cards available to buy as of today. Those of you who say there are, are incorrect.
So stop picking faults with the extras on the machine and consider that it is a phone that does so many other things really well. If it were perfect, we would all get bored withit really soon.
cait : there is no comparison .... 6630 is way better ... it is a smarphone and it is fantastic.... the s700 is good but comeon .... it is HUGE.
could someone tell me if the nokia 6630 is better than sony erricson s700. i really cant choose
walau...d camera is damn good...its damn clear compare to 7610...atuly decide to buy 7610...but after try 6630 from my fren now decide to buy tis hp adi....nokia done a good job...1.3mp....d pic is damn clear..
I wonder how did Nokia design the phone as an 3G phone cos most 3G phones have either 2 cameras or at least a rotating camera.
It makes me wonder if it was actually a real3G phone. Or did they just modify the circuit board a bit and release it as a so called 3G phone.I would say it is a 2.75G phone
check out the specs for n6630 it has 1.3megapixel camera better than n7610 who has 1 megapixel only
try other midi files which are not protected maybe the files that you are sending has protection
hi, mrdjape, right, they should give 60 or 128 mb of free memory space... i just look the the papers toady. Motorola E680 is cheaper than 6630. plus comes with free 512MB of memory. Intel 300 MHz processor, stereo speaker with 3D surround sound.... i was tempted. I was a nokia phone user usually, dunno how E680 is like....
Unfortunatlly making quality means less production, many of these phones would be much better. For this stadium of technology development n6630 with 220 mhz processor should have office implanted, 60 or 128 mb of free memory space, something like PDA with intel scale processor 255,
body made from alu-magnezium-plastic, with no squiking (at least we deserve this for 400 $). I can Buy p3 1700mhz with TFT and DVD player for this kind of money. New HP 4450 PDA with WiFi, Bluetooth, GPRS, and SIM GSM ability costs 480 Euros. 400 Mhz processor, 128 Mb, SD-MMC, 240x320 Touchscreen 65K. These phones don't deserve to cost more than 200 Evros top.
They are selling fog to us. I feel disapointed with this stopping of techology developments. Globalizm. More fogs for more slaves. Two jobs for one phone.
well said customer i kno what you mean. we all want to be astisfied with what we buy using top dollar.there shall be no defect for it cost that expensive nokia should have at least checkd for this n repaired it before releasing the product. cunsumers like me are as if cheated !!! we want phones that does not have a defect!!!