my nokia N72's display light got off(because it fell down) ..do i need to change display.? Pls comment,. Its too urgent for me..
N72 is nice phone, I must say that nokia u"ve really tried, so to the audience, I must say u should go 4 it and u will enjoy it
your review is not true. nokia n72 is great phone.it is very successfull phone and u have said too bad abt it.i had used it for 3 yrs ,now i m using htc desire hd.but i m still missing my n72.it hangs,memory problems...etc.but still it is the best one in s60
I've been using this phone for two weeks. I've recently experienced a problem with the registration of a memory card.
I'm using the Nokia-included 128MB memory card. One day when opening the card slot cover, I peeled the cover back to far and it snapped off, separating itself from the phone chassis. I thought nothing of it and removed the memory card. When I reinserted the the memory card, the phone would not recognize the card (by that I mean, the phone does not detect a memory card at all). I am certain I have inserted the card properly (the card clicks when inserted and seated) and I have not modified the card in any way since removing it from the phone, so I'm fairly certain there is nothing wrong with the card.
With the memory card inserted I then re-seated the broken slot cover back on the phone and it toggled the memory card removal message prompt. So I took a small pair of tweezers and tugged at the elastic band that previously secured the slot cover to the phone (before I broke it off) and found that the elastic band's position communicates to the phone whether a card has been inserted or not (not the actual insertion of the card into the slot). For the mean time I have to push the elastic band upwards (to simulate the slot cover being closed) for the phone to register a memory card has been inserted. I'm gonna try to repair the slot cover door with super glue.
I find this memory card registration design flaw inexcusable. So if a user accidentally breaks off the memory card slot cover (which is not hard to do on a mobile phone), they lose functionality of the memory card slot. While this problem doesn't bother me that much, imagine if this card registration problem existed with your bank's ATM. Instead of the ATM registering you've inserted your ATM/debit card through the actual physical insertion of the card, you had to push or slide some cover shut. And if that cover was broken, the ATM just didn't work or worse, would not spit out your card. Wouldn't you be frustrated?
this phone has nothing special in it .I think that nokia 1100 is still better than this brick wanna take n72 for freeeeeeeeeeeeeeee
I Have Purchase the Nokia N72 after three months having problem with key Pads not working proper malfunction and now most of the worst thing is that phone Display light is off & key pad not responding.
I have taken from the Mobilestore.
n72 is a great phone which is total VFM.
Sadly the music jack (earphone) keeps getting spoilt becuse of some intrinsic problems.
Though the 2 MP camera delivers some good pictures the display screen colours are patheticand Nokia has a lot to learn from samsung on display quality aspects.
resale value `for N72 like most Nokai brands is rather good
Overall 8/10 for Nokia N72.
I'm using this phone for a years. It has some good points and some bad.
* Light weight than N70
* GPRS with EDGE
and other everybody has told as above
* Slow, Slow, Slow
* Takes times to install programs
* PC Suit doesn't show programs installed in phone if you want to make back-up in computer
* Small key in keypad
* OK bottom doesnt get pressed.
* Camera bottom can't be used to take video
* Camera bottom takes photo in vertical way (Still Now i haven't got the clue how should be phone hold to take photo in proper orientation as by OK botton)
* short battery life
N so many, I can write a pages about a bad thing of N72. But for good ones, its harder even to write a paragraph