garo, 22 Apr 2010please tell me is the battery really that bad please help for i freally want this phone. than... moreits really good and the one of the best and the first phone with great kind of functionality.I have use many mobile of nokia but this phone experience was the greatest for me.
garo, 22 Apr 2010please tell me is the battery really that bad please help for i freally want this phone. than... moreyes it is, but has a lot of functions but you can change battery with n95 8gb batterys
please tell me is the battery really that bad please help for i freally want this phone.
i downlaoded pics from my phone to my laptop and then started having problems viewing images in the gallery and storing new images. did a virus scan and found some kind of worm virus. now, even after gettin rid of the virus, the same prob annnnnddd i've got 32 songs stored in my 'images' which are all the same and keep duplicating the photos into the same song.
The phone is indeed great but after a year, flex troubled and replaced it and after 3months, the flex is in trouble again.... sigh! what the f***!
Sliding phone is not good to buy.. I have learned.... the technician itself from Nokia advised not to buy sliding/folded phones.
Cabri means the cable from the mainboard to the screen must be damaged....the strip/film of cable...this is comon in slide phones...they cheap and relatively easy to replace....and could result in no sound/no screen/no buttons/partial screen....etc
Capri, 19 Apr 2010i have this phone since 2 years i love it! but it has STRIP problem.....explain?
i have this phone since 2 years i love it!
but it has STRIP problem.....
its really a good phone, although i don't have the an n95 but as soon as i have the money i will defintely buy this fone
Stefan, 17 Apr 2010Only english is allowed here,prietene. I agree with your comments regarding the bad taste of m... moreif u are so diplomatic and been so smart because u know few word in english and u are able to law a sentence doesn`t mean you are supoerior than other:-j
I agree you can have unpleasant surprises if you take your phone to a"cartier" service. But try"cirma" it's a service that deals directly with vodafone and cosmote. They repair the phones under warranty of clients of these operators. Another option would be to take it to a nokia center. There is one in auchan titan and another in berceni.
okay, here's the thing my nokia in power saver, when it usually shows date/time the screen is very black!, if i look in a certain angle i can see date/time, but still, if there are certain conditions. i had a n73, i know that in power saver it wasn't so dark on the screen. any idea about this? i won't go to a service because those bastards will charge me plenty.
the bottom line is if it's normal the screen to be so dark in power saver mode. thx for your reply
Only english is allowed here,prietene. I agree with your comments regarding the bad taste of many of our countrymen and the increasing"manelization" of the country. Still i was making my point in a discution with a unknown person. I do not usually intervene in a discussion between two people unless my opininion is asked. I get the impression that you are a diferent tipe of person then the guy i was talking to but still i don't like people jumping in a a conversation that i am having! Please refraim yourself from discutions that don't concern you!
could you guys stop arguing like two old ladies at the market? i got the point, there are many "Metropotami and bizoni" in romania who don't care about numbers in economy and the reality, only about "dusmanii, masinile, femeile and cumetriile la care sa se duca si sa se laude cu ce pietoni au lovit sau ce batranei au impins la coada la banca"
meanwhile about the phone: my one is getting very hard gps signal..... i used a nokia ld3w before, oh my god! in 3 secs it was full, when the n95 is kinda shallow regarding its gps function.
//excuse my grammar mistakes, my bad!
First of all when you express an opinion it is polite to add a nickname. I had some dificulties understanding your message because your grammar needs some serious improvements. Try to first understand the meaning of the words before using them in a proposition. You wrote"wallachia" instead of valahia which is the correct form. For a romanian a mistake like that would mean that either he does not know his country's history or he is an illiterate. That convinced me that you are not from my country and have nothing better to do then to bother other people. So be a wise boy( or girl) and try doing something useful with your time!
Really! Is that true? I can't believe were from the same wonderful country..... And you own so many phones.... You must be a"rara avis" around those parts considering that is the poorest region in romania where the unimployment rate is around 30% and the medium wage is 300 euro! With this wage people out there don't give a f...k about the latests mobile phones they just want to put food on their tables! For your information that is the situation in moldova!
My n95 is almoast 2 years old and i am still going to us it even after my omnia 2 arrives. In romania the n95 is no longer available for sale at eny mobile operator. That's no problem it means more money in the pockets of phone dealers . To many users are interested in buying what is new not what is best.
I've had my N95 going on 2 years now and I still wouldn't give it up for anything! It keeps falling though - my clumsiness and some parts are shaking and the camera does act up but still a great phone!
mines just had 3rd birthday,dropped so many times it aint funny,camera playing up,apart from that oh and speaker cuts in a nd out rarely ace phone i paid $1100us for back than and money well spent i think.still got same battery in it too =>.