I have been using Nokia N80 for well over 1 year. Have found it most reliable and has never failed. Batter needs to be charged for 1 hour everyday (after the initial full charge up). Otherwise battery will drain in 36 to 40 hours, even with minimum use.
hi i hv got nokia n-80. I live in Mumbai, India. Can i use skype on my handset. Can anybody please tell me how. Thanks.
This reli suck man.. dont buy it.. becoz d lcd always get to problem.. 2 of my cousin using n my friends they all using also get to this problem.. dont buy this hp, u will regret.. n also it very lag.. here some commemt for u all.. believe it o not, up 2 u..
i have an experience with my n80..
i have use it for 8 month...
and then the slide was problem...
when i slide the screen up down..
the screen became white and the camera cannot use...
wifi also cannot connected...
this is the most suck handphone i ever had...
now i use se k800i...
its more better than n80..
hi, how r u, i have a problem with my used cell fone nokia n80, the problem is the screen became white after i work on my fone like conect 2 wlan ,that after 5 mints,so its need a hard wear or soft wear,with my great full
jamie belfast, 11 Jun 2008my n80 is spot on except one wee annoying thing... whenever i get a call from a private number... moreWhatever technology my N80 uses, it has poor reception in certain areas. My old 6230 beats it hands down for reception.
try tis out to lock your key pad its free http://cooga.ch/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=54&Itemid=1
with this web site u have 10 days free if u like it u can buy on line 9.95e worth it i think http://nokiae50.info/articles/increase-font-size-on-your-mobile-with-font-magnifier. also to lock your phone the is another application i down loaded. its very good..http://cooga.ch/index.php?option=com_content&task=view&id=54&Itemid=1
Got this phone as a company phone and have to tell you that i had never anything whorse than this one. Everytime I receive a call it automatically switches off on its own.Gave it to the shop already 3 times but they are unable to fix it. Nokia should learn from there basic phones and make them as reliable as the 2100 model for exsample.
JANE FROM MALTA, 14 Jun 2008this website will help the small print on the n80... http://interaktivgrafika.hu/s60v3/thanks jane works great
this website will help the small print on the n80... http://interaktivgrafika.hu/s60v3/
my n80 is spot on except one wee annoying thing... whenever i get a call from a private number the phone rings with the default nokia tune which i dont like. plz can someone help me with this cos its embarrassing when it plays that tone on the bus lol
i like n80 and who can tell me about how to protect the lens of camera .you know how it's a pity a good camera be scratched !
im happy that i have a n80 phone.but i cant access to the internet,i cant used the wi fi.wgats the best thing to do
dre, 15 May 2008may i know how to reformat N80?.Press *#7370# on your phone & you will get a message that "Restore all original phone settings? phone will restart" then password is required which is "12345" enter that & enjoy your renewed New N 80
reply can be given at "firstname.lastname@example.org"
To add to CHHIMBAL's post, switching to Macro Mode is also necessary for the Barcode Reader app. to work if you have it.
To toncezs: Nokia phones used to have that software included in the cd wherein you could put in a username and password, but that was only if you were to use your phone as the modem. It doesn't seem necessary nowadays as a N-series phone is by itself a capable multimedia device. I think you know that as far as connection settings are concerned, the phone only asks for your WLAN key.
The difference between the N80 and the N80IE lies only in added features. The N80IE has more in terms of applications for searching and connecting to WLAN signals and using the N80 as an internet phone through VOIP (voice-over-internet protocol).
To xelibry: No, the N80 does not support DVB-H. It does not have the hardware nor the software for DVB-H, but it still is capable of streaming videos through GPRS, 3G and even WLAN. Fortunately, some of its N-series siblings support DVB-H so you can stay within the same phone family.