can anyone tell me how will you know if its normal or if its an internet edition? where can you see the difference? im planning to buy this phone and i have no idea about it thats why im reading your opinions. thanks
neils1, 14 Aug 2008Hi, I have had my N80 for years and the screen has started to go (white screening) I have also... moreI think your flex cable is starting to show its damage.
You may never recover your deleted files back. If you eventually discover how, better get in touch with every investigating organization in the world because they'll surely want you to work for them.
bachelor, 14 Aug 2008how can i use the internet connection of my n80? need wifi?? are all n80 is internet edition??With the N80, you can surf the web thru two built-in browsers; Services and Web (which is found within the My Own folder). You can connect via GPRS (WAP), EDGE, UMTS (3G) and WiFi (WLAN).
As I just said several posts below, there are two versions of the N80 (N80 normal and IE)... Well, three if you count the one for the American market (UMTS 1900 instead of 2100).
Hi, I have had my N80 for years and the screen has started to go (white screening) I have also deleted files pictures and txts in error and need to know how these can be recovered. I have tralled endlessly through web sites trying to find links downloadable software etc and really need a step-by-step guide on recovering deleted files for for instance cache or what have you (confused), please can you help or advise on best course of action or point me in the right direction. Sad really, but my N80 is giving up the ghost!
how can i use the internet connection of my n80? need wifi?? are all n80 is internet edition??
dicender, 12 Aug 2008i love this n80.. i enjoy everything! and the wifi .. its soo important..The WiFi capability was the main reason why I got the N80 two years ago, so I'm with you on that one.
Scricy, 12 Aug 2008can anyone tell me what's the difference between the simple n80 and n80 internet edition pls??... moreI've answered this question before.
The N80 has been around since 2006, so I believe that the phone should be one of the cheapest Nseries with WLAN (WiFi).
The 2 versions of the N80, the normal and the IE have lots of things in common. The only difference is that the IE has additional applications for VOIP (internet calls) not found on the normal one. Even so, some N80 normal users claimed to have upgraded their phones' firmware to the IE's. And if you're not bothered to do the same, there are 3rd party applications for VOIP (like fring, for example) that works on both normal and IE versions.
Both versions are available in gray and black. I actually own the normal version in gray. The main flaw of the N80 and all slider phones and even folding phones is that they are structurally dependent on one component that is bound to break even with normal use. What you read about issues and problems with what is called the flex cable are true.
If you consider yourself a real fan and won't mind having your phone fixed in a year or two, then by all means get the N80. Otherwise, get a different phone in bar form. It'll be more durable.
Gayanath, 12 Aug 2008Hi... I have a small problem in my N80i phone. When the flip is open, I can't hear the microph... moreI've had that same problem with my N80 before, and the malfunctioning earpiece was just one of the symptoms. Have the earpiece checked, and the flex cable as well. But I'm betting more on the flex cable on this.
can anyone tell me what's the difference between the simple n80 and n80 internet edition pls?? and if its a good phone to buy thease days
i love this n80.. i enjoy everything!
and the wifi .. its soo important..
Hi... I have a small problem in my N80i phone. When the flip is open, I can't hear the microphone(any sound is not coming from the phone.) But the loud speaker is working when the flip is open. Can anybody help on this matter please???
Kel, 20 Jul 2008Hey there?Is is worth selling off my N80 ? I've been really annoyed by it. One minute the msg ... moreMy friend has that kind of problem but was quickly fixed. Some kind of a part was replaced. Just take it to a service center.
I remember when N80 was my dream phone 2 years ago. I loved the fact of a 3mpx camera (in that time it was the best we could get) and Wi-Fi, if I'm not wrong it was between the first S60s with Wi-Fi included. I'm still thinking that I would like to have this phone even if I'm thinking to buy a N78
I bought this cell in 2006 still have it in a box. I might fix it the cell opens but the screen is blank white screen.
But don't get me wrong. I still like my trusty N80, which helps me manage 2 mobile phone numbers. In an environment of laptops, I was the only one sending out e-mails using a phone.
Anonymous, 06 Aug 2008Not even a year of using this phone and I've had to go and get it repaired just with regular u... moreThe inevitable damage to the flex cable is why my N80 is my very last slider phone. I didn't get the N95 for that very same reason, and I got no plans to get the N96 when it comes out. I'm currently using my N82, but I still have my N80 around as a back-up phone.
Not even a year of using this phone and I've had to go and get it repaired just with regular use. Main problem: flex cable. Service center said the flex cable will be a recurring problem because of course you will keep on sliding the phone to use it! Well that ain't good if I keep paying for flex cable repairs every year. I do have to give credit that the phone features are great but really it was a headache when the flex cable bummed out--keypad won't function and the screen went bonkers.