Anonymous, 15 Mar 2009I am having the same problem with my phone. Only bought it yesturday and I love it, but can n... morewhat country are u from?
does your sim automatically adjusts/detects message centre? I remember way way way way back in the 90s for digital phones, the primitive way was we had to input actual message centres one by one till we had about 3 then when messages fail, we change to another centre
Hope this helps =)
Anonymous, 15 Mar 2009i save some mp3 music on memory card but when i want listen under music player it cannot locat... moreHi once you've saved songs into memory card, u have to refresh the music player in order to listen to your songs.
Shah, 14 Mar 2009I had bought 1 set of E71. I used it on the first day after charging for 8 continuous hours. I... moreafter the inial charge, mine is already on its 5th day
am a heavy user on videos and sms, so far there are 2 bars or so on the battery lines
go to an authorized Nokia tech center, or better yet, is your phone from a authorized Nokia dealership?
Original_Jamaican, 13 Mar 2009AMIR,
The ONLY sound advice I can give you is that you can't go wrong with Nokia.got mine last week, and WOW!!! Strange thing is my nicely small ericsson now looks so large when i hold it. After 3 days, my hands feel as if it's been using e71 for ages, nice!
sleek, stylish, easy to use after some practice with the QWERTY and most of all, two hands are better than one in texting LOL
nice! nice! nice! My boss is now thinking of changing his touchscreen hehehe
apparently this phone has alot of bugs
i bought a Nokia E71 two weeks ago.Whenevr i save new msgs in memry card i cant ope it.At the same time the templates is workng
Anonymous, 16 Mar 2009i trying to have my email open all the time i dont want to have to always open the web can u helpSelect to download complete mails. Once done, you will not need web every time to read the mail.
i trying to have my email open all the time i dont want to have to always open the web can u help
Hello Everyone: Wanted to know if this product will work well when hooked up to a Apple Mac for email. Mail for exchanges works well with a Windows XP and Vista. But I now need to purchase another handset and connect the same to my Mac computer to access my email when outside the office.
Thanks and looking forward to your reply
i was dumb in typing message with phone but i can type message real fast with this phone
they keys are small but still works for me
i got the e71 and its absolutely awesome, my only thing is it always searches for WLAN networks how do i stop it, but other than that top class phone.
I have an E17 which, when used for even 10mins on Voice call, it starts getting hot. Has anyone else face a similar problem and also, anyone with a suggestion on how to over come this problem?
Hi all, please help, I have a Nokia E71 and I have a problem with the date.The date is going byitself foward by 2 days ! EXAMPLE today is 15th it goes to 17th .. Is there a solution for my problem.
Does someone had a smiliar problem.
thnks for info..one question..how to set TX POWER LEVEL?
i save some mp3 music on memory card but when i want listen under music player it cannot locate the files.
pls help me on how to locate the save files in memory card. tnx
xliliu, 14 Mar 2009i sent a text message to my friend, and i dont know what's the problem. The text message can n... moreI am having the same problem with my phone. Only bought it yesturday and I love it, but can not figure out why my text messages won't send. Can anyone help?
There is no problem with the battery i m using this handset since from 5month's but never faced the problem about the battery
I have only a Complain the Camera is not good
Otherwise there is No Problem...
BeYonD ThE InVisiBLe
To ALL the people who complains that their E71's battery run out too quickly:
Do you have GSM mode selected only OR you have both DUAL mode selected (GSM/3G) ? If you don't use 3G then there's no need to have it enabled. That decreases battery life.
Also, you can try setting your OPERATOR MODE to Manual instead of AUTOMATIC. When it's set to AUTOMATIC it scans for your network continously.
Also ensure that no programs are running in the background, not even contacts (smile).
Some 3rd party programs run in the background but doesn't show in the taskbar. Anti-virus and blacklist programs which block unwated calls. If you installed any programs like those beware.
Ensure that settings like WLAN AVAILABILITY is set to OFF as this scans for WLAN networks every second or so.
And as I mentioned in my last post...if you have a dedicated Wi-Fi router at work or home lower the TX POWER LEVEL to 4mW or even 10mW. ONLY use 100mW if you are picking up feeds on the road or from other homes in your neighbourhood while you are in YOUR house.
Other than the aforementioned, you can try discharging your battery completely until the phone cannot turn back on and charge it overnight. Repeat the process once or twice more thereafter.
If you all follow my steps I'm certain you will see improvement in your battery life.
For all those who wants more power from their E71's battery when using Wi-Fi please bear this in mind:
If you want a bit less power consumption you can change the Wi-Fi TX POWER LEVEL to 4mW or 10mW. It is set to 100mW by default.
The advantage is that the battery won't heat up as much when using Wi-fi...especially when you are on a VOIP call. The fact that the battery doesn't get hot when set to a lower transmission power level should obviously mean that less power is being used.
The disadvantage is that the reception is weaker and you are less likely to pick up a signal feed unless you have a Wi-Fi router at home or work.
Feeding from a Wi-Fi router while on the road will be unlikely to happen UNLESS the TX POWER LEVEL is set to 100mW. For example, from my bedroom I am able to connect with Wi-Fi routers from my neighbourhood when the TX is set to 100mW but if I lower the TX to 4mW I don't pick up at all and setting it to 10mW normally picks up the neighbour's signal but it's a weak one...so ONLY set it lower than 100mW if you have a dedicated Wi-Fi router at home or work.
If you have a Wi-FI router at home or work and set it to 4mW, you will see that the signal remains strong, you will even achieve connection speeds of 100% depending on how close you are to your Wi-Fi router. So 4mW is NOT bad at all BUT works best when you have a dedicated Wi-Fi router.
Experiment with the transmission power level settings and see which setting works best based on your situation. Playing around with the settings will yield different results depending on the distance range between you and a Wi-Fi router.
But remember, a lower TX POWER LEVEL means less battery consumption.