The only mobile operator in 2022 to still support 2G is T-Mobile it will sunset it by end of the year. Same with 3G. Many older phones that don't have 4G are becoming little slick collectible bricks in 2022.
RetroTek 142857, 31 Jul 2019I have this phone too. The only way to send photos is via MMS or email. I haven't tried it ye... moreIr port
Had his phone for 16 years...
I have some pics on my PC taken on this phone circa 2005. IIRC the phone came with a CD ROM and proprietary cable to connect it to a PC.
Jameden, 03 Mar 2019How do you get the photos taken from a Nokia 7250i? I've tried infrared, and the infrared on t... moreI have this phone too.
The only way to send photos is via MMS or email. I haven't tried it yet.
If it's impossible to send them this way then it's impossible in general to transfer files from this phone.
How do you get the photos taken from a Nokia 7250i? I've tried infrared, and the infrared on this phone does not support file transferring. I've tried a Pop-Port to USB cable and the accessory simply was not recognized. I tried sending via MMS, it was saved to an outbox but could never be sent! Help me, someone?
Sadly you can't use the infrared for file transfer :/
The infrared in this phone is pretty useless in my opinion. You can't do much with it anyway. I need to transfer stuff from this phone but I can't.
It was one of the really good phones of it's time
Bought mine about July 2005.
Still works as savior-option when or where all other smart and dumbphones fail.
Original battery still holds charge for about a week on standby.
Bought a second battery about 3 years after new, but original still works better!
Proudly bears the name of the once-was best cell-phone manufacturer.
Commited a terrible mistake, selling itself to Microsoft.
Bought one of these brand new in 2004 for £85 and 13 years later still have it. Battery is the original from new and still holds charge for around 5 days with phone left on 24/7. I've used it all over Europe and it's got me out of trouble more than a few times. Phone is solid built and i've dropped it many times and it's not even cracked (try that with a pricey smartphone!). Other plus points are they're mega cheap to run....it's a PHONE fgs!! Also, NOBODY will ever want to try and steal it from you!! The only downside is i now find the buttons too small and numbers/letters difficult to read.
It was my first mobile bought 2003 unfortunately lost after 2yrs. It came with Triple pop game.
Beautiful and class mobile phone
Very nice mobile phone, in spite the fact that it's old. The only issue is that the battery cannot last for even a day, at least mine has that issue.
it was my first Mobile Phone. such a lovely Phone.
use period - November 2004 to june 2010
mo, 24 Apr 2012I was cleaning up my house and I found my old (Nokia) phone. I still has a lot picture which a... moreThat is my problem too! I have a Data Cable DKU-5 but when I connect it, it says 'Accessory Not Supported"
The infrared and Multimedia Message are hopeless!
I want to recover all those pictures!
this one is a bit nicer than my N97,and 6230i,because it has a dots on the 5 key,1.7 " screen,curved keys and gprs connection not available error
i am using my phones with crap old sims,because i havent got working sims
Wonderful Device - using it since 2003 - still working exceptionally excellent.
the best phone i used ever.
very good.very tough.
This is a phone that is 9 years old and like digital cameras technology has advanced but like a digital camera it still does the job it was designed for and can be used if you are not a latest gadget freak i have got one for work as well as my Samsung genio and as a sense of patina
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