Hey I had to reformat my nokia E71 and lost all my pix...my question is. Is there any way to find delited items and restore them...
Nokia E6 is coming - it will be the perfect replacement to my aging E71. Cheers.
first tym i handled it was one of my choices since my husband brought me E63 last 2009..and then this yr was a good change with E71 for me it's still in..happy with my E71 from my hubby!=)
Been using it for 1 week, great phone! I was used to a very similiar symbian phone, but this one is way better. Long live batery! One question pls: In SMS list or pics list can I mark several itens for posterior delete with a dedicated key? Or I only can delete one -> next, delete one -> next??
Anonymous, 29 May 2011HI there, I bought nokia e71 last year and I was just wondering, how do you transfer text mess... morefirst open your sim card messages, them you have to select the messages which will be copied from to my folder. So select the messages and press option key. Now you have 2 options 1.delete 2. Copy you have to select option number 2. Copy and you have to copy it to my folders and then you have to wait for some time until all selected message to be copied to selected folder.
(works in some models only,)
botters, 30 May 2011My old BlackBerry was stolen, and the Nokia was the quickest option at the time. What a mistak... moreinteresting...my 2 year-old e71 has pre-installed quickoffice which can edit word or excel files, and the spell checker also runs pretty well...but indeed, this phone is more suitable for small hands(especially asians).
botters, 30 May 2011My old BlackBerry was stolen, and the Nokia was the quickest option at the time. What a mistak... morewell it's really personal preference...I personally have used Blackberry and the build quality of the phone is crap to me...and you do know that the E71 isquite a versatile phone considering it came out in 2008...while blackberry's from 2008 were complete utter garbage.
question: i have this phone in the Philippines, open line which i can use with any netwok. can i use it in the United States with my sim card from the US?
My old BlackBerry was stolen, and the Nokia was the quickest option at the time. What a mistake! The E71 is, frankly, rubbish. Difficult to use; no spell checker seems to be available (unbelievable, isn't it?); the case is almost useless, with bttons being pressed accidentally; I cannot access MS Word or Excel as i couldon the BlackBerry; the list is endless...
Utterly unbelievably bad.
my messages in the messaging folder cant open by me.though its shown in inbox sentmail my folder,none is open.but i can open new msg when i change my msg memory to phone memory,if anyone knows to rectify it pls help me i love my this phone very much.i installed a lot of needed applications so i dont like to format it.help me pls.how can i recover my memory card's messaging memeory witout formatting it?
i cant use my old sim
the only sim that ican use is the one my mother use in hong kong but now im in philippines its useless
how can i use this cellphone using touchmobile sim or glode telecom
please let me know what is difference between e71 made in korea and in finland..does the korean made e71 has wi-fi??please inform me..thanks in advance
Rabin, 28 May 2011I want to know why my inbox messaage is not opened from yesterday and even the message from se... moreChange your message storage option to phone memory..this is the prob in most nokia symbian devices..i.e. when u store msgs in memory card or hard drive,after sometime d msgs do not open..
HI there, I bought nokia e71 last year and I was just wondering, how do you transfer text messages to SIM card. The instructions in the phone says to copy it on a folder in the device so you can view them in the folder or delete them from the sim card. But the thing is, I don't know how to save it in a folder etc. I did save it in a folder which was in "My folders" in the messaging area but when I check the SIM messages, it still isnt there?! please help me, these messages are really really important and I need to save them. It's the only memory I have...