my phone got problem after only use for 3 months.
.cant access those photos and videos store in the memory card thru my phone gallery.(i think it cant read my memory card or what. only can open it in file manager)
.then suddenly there is a folder name "programme file" appear dun know from where (unable to delete as well)
.cant even open garmin.(work well before)
.sometimes cant open menu (no respond when i press the menu key. have to off and on the phone)
blackhawkcobra, 02 Dec 2010should i go for it?should i go for it?
Know what you will use your phone for. If you want a phone that can handle your business and personal mail, can provide you IM, browsing thru either wifi or 3G, can open and edit microsoft office docs, then go for it.
If videos, pictures and music are your thing, there are other phones that handle those better. If they're just icing on the cake for you though, the E71 has got the basics covered.
Just think about it, out of all the phones launched in July of 2008, what is the ONLY phone that is still consistently selling today? Yup, you guessed it... All of those people can't be wrong right?
link, 02 Dec 2010features are good but camera sucks...very poor quality..features are good but camera sucks...very poor quality..
It is a business phone after all, so the camera is merely an after thought. I guess that's the trade off for having that slim profile. By comparison though,
the BlackBerry Curve 8520 has only 2MP fixed focus with no flash, and the higher model BlackBerry Bold 9700 has the same camera specs as the E71, a phone that is 2 1/2 years old :) So while the camera is not exactly N8ish, it will do nicely fro business uses like macro shooting of documents, scanning business cards for quick loading unto contacts, and reading bar codes, all of which the E71 does fairly well.
E71 GAL, 03 Dec 2010Hi there E71.. actually that's what I did and what I always do. I use the Nokia PC Suite to tr... moreI see... I think I know what you're talking about. Sometimes I get the same result (buffering or split second lags) due to the video quality.
In some videos (like the ones I get from the net) that problem does exist. On others that I rip from DVDs myself, I noticed that I do not encounter issues. Tell me if you notice the same, it could actually be the video source and not the player. Or the E71 video player simply chooses to buffer low quality video. If all else fails, you can try using Core Player for E71. I haven't tried it myself, but other users here say it works fine.
I think you can find it in mobile9 or getjar or some other site like that.
By the way, where are you from? :)
E71, 02 Dec 2010Hi E71 Gal, The Nokia E71 video player is pretty limited in terms of video codecs and can't... moreHi there E71.. actually that's what I did and what I always do. I use the Nokia PC Suite to transfer videos from my PC to my phone as it converts videos to their right format and bitrate. But it's just like that, save it to my memory card and it just pauses as if you're watching on Youtube and it buffers. It's a bit like that, only shorter buffers. Like half a second. Some videoes by the way play smoothly. I just notice that with a couple of videos I downloaded from Youtube. I'm planning to delete those videos and maybe transfer them again using that same process with PC Suite. Maybe that would work. If you have other troubleshooting ideas, let me know! Thanks!
arif, bangladesh, 30 Nov 2010Hi E71
In our country we can't use 3G yet and so no way for video calling. My problem is duri... moreHi Arif,
So far, no I havent encountered that problem. It seems that you may have purchased a defective unit. Hope you can still return it, if not, they will repair your handset. Hope it's still under warranty. Good luck
E71 GAL, 01 Dec 2010Im having a bit of trouble with playing videos that I copied from my PC to my e71. It buffers.... moreHi E71 Gal,
The Nokia E71 video player is pretty limited in terms of video codecs and can't play all videos with high bitrates (videos bigger than 1.5 GB). Here's what you can try, if you haven't already.
Use the Nokia PC Suite to transfer video files from your PC to your phone. It automatically converts your videos (even ones from You Tube) to the correct format and bitrate that your phone can support. Be sure to save the file (2 hour movies take up 300-400MB) on your memory card.
Let me know if this works.
Miguel, 30 Nov 2010Is it recommendable to buy a phone 2 years after the date of release?yes It has all modernfacilities,and also nokia stil release updates for this phone.so that means it's not out dated until now...
in case ur fone hangs fr 2-3 secs aftr disconnectin....get ur fone operatin software updated by any nokia care centre.....mine is worin simply awesome...!!
great handset...thnx to nokia
Im having a bit of trouble with playing videos that I copied from my PC to my e71. It buffers. I don't know why. These are videos I downloaded from YouTube, saved on my computer then transferred to my E71. I don't know what's wrong. Anybody help... E71 I know you can help me with this. Hope you're there. Thanks.
d.pal, 30 Nov 2010how can play wmv files on e71get the core player that can play any type of file.
E71, 30 Nov 2010Hi Arif,
I'm sorry to hear that. Fortunately, we dont have issues like that here in Manila.... moreHi E71
In our country we can't use 3G yet and so no way for video calling. My problem is during voice call. When I cut someone's call it usually hang for 2-3 seconds. I found it china made (not china model), korea made or even in Finnish made set. So I thought it to be a hardware problem. Did you ever have this kind of problem during voice call?
just bought this phone this morning,,
best handset that i have ever had...
so far so goo,,
i recommend to everyone to use this handset,,
it is really great than other similar phone...