Michael, 31 May 2008I enjoy using my N80 I can recieve text messages but I cannot send. I tried several times but ... moreFirst probable error, it seems your Message Center number is wrong. Please contact your service provider for your Message Center number. Secondly, go to Messaging>Option>Settings>Text Message, You will find 'Reply Via same Ctr' choose 'No'. Again, you can set your Message Center number under 'Message Centres'
I enjoy using my N80 I can recieve text messages but I cannot send. I tried several times but always get unable to send .Can anyonetell me what i am doing wrong?
i need help for my n80 is there any software for a dial-up connection manager for wlan bcuz i need to put the username and passwrd even if im connected to my router bcuz im using a DSL internet that required a username and password
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I'm used this phone last 5 days.that really a good phone its audio quality,internet speed,style,camera resolution is very good.But I can't understand that how is working the switch under the main camera?
Can any one tell me about that.
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hello what's the differences between a regular N80 to a N80 Internet Edition
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hello i m using this mobile sice last 6 months....
i have to add software in ti....
i can download free software form http://hamariweb.com
but i still don't know how to run it plz cheak http://hamariweb.com n cheak out how can i run it
if ur msg sending is slow try to change to a smaller capacity memory card... it helps
Go to nseries.com and download SMS accelerator. it is a freeware and counts 3kb in size so you can even install it via email attachment lol. the application is invisible after installation. believe me this little thing will boost sending sms.
N73 and N80 have the same Music Player BUT the N73-ME has the N95/N81 Music Player.
i LOVE this phone. N80 has good front camera and i like that cuz i also use it as a mirror. but, i also disappointed. the battery is bad ! i must bring charger everywhere i go. thats so terrible.
I don't know how to reformat the N80, but after re-install or upgrade de flash memory, it is back to factory settings with working original apps.
I did this when the wifi failed to build a new connection. Make sure to backup you phonebook and calendar data and the applications you installed in the internal memory and remove the SD card.
More on reformatting the N80, there is something that is called a "hard reset" that can be done by pressing a combination of keys simultaneously. This is in contrast to a "soft reset" where you leave the phone idle with the battery out for some time. Reading old posts would tell what those keys are. I have never tried doing a "hard reset" before, and as such I could not tell how effective it could be.
The internet carries vast amount of information on how to reformat the N80. There are some that would claim it as a D-I-Y, although personally I'd rather hand my phone over to the pros.
The N80 and N73 both have the same music player and equalizer setup. There isn't any difference in sound quality when using heaphones (although some claim that the N73 ME has a better audio quality than the regular N73).
Be that as it may, the difference lies in the speakers those two phones have.
The ribbon refers to the flex cable which (basically) connects the bottom half to the top half of the phone, and it is something that slider and flip (or folding) phones can't do without.
Flex cables are prone to tearing.
The bar code reader application can be downloaded free from the Nokia N-Series web/wap site. Since the N80 does not have an autofocus camera lens, you have to switch to macro mode to make the reader work.