The latest official firmware is 25. Download it from siemens site, upgrade your phone and it will never freeze or crash again. you would need dca500 serial cable to do the job.
I've had Siemens all my life and I read about this Siemens C65 and said why not give it a try?My first phone was C25 then c35i currently C45 and now I want to Upgrade to C65.I'm In Uganda and I don't have Creadit card can I buy using Telegraphic Transfer?Reply please.
The phone needs to be off when you charge it for the battery to last. I haven't been able to do this for long yet due to needing the phone, I can't leave it for 12 hours switched off.
an affordable phone with nice design and features. the only disadvantage is its battery won't last long.
Can i useCX65 data cable for C65 ???
Ofcourse,downloading the programe of C65..
i bought this phone for 125 euro in romania, and i think it's good, the battery is not so good(2 days)but the 65.536 cstn screen and 40 channel polyphonic sound, cif camera(352x288) makes this phone a nice piece to buy!!!
what is the latest firmware available? thx
any programs and wallpapers for siemens c65
i fink dis fone is ok but mine recently broke and it cant find signal anywere and i cant send txts or call anyone.i wouldnt recommend it.
I have had this phone for just over a month, and I am not too happy with it. The phone froze several times when I first got it, and has stopped since. It seems to be a common thing for Siemens phones to freeze during the first week of use. I also find that the response time when I click on the menus is quite slow. Also, I find that the phone is not the easiest to customize. My Nokia 6610i was much easier. The battery life is quite short. The Nokia 6610i lastest almost twice as long. And finally, although the resolution of the camera is the same as the Nokia 6610i, I find that the pictures are not of the same quality, and for pictures to come out nicely there must be very high light levels, otherwise they are very dark. Overall this is a nice phone, but is slow and has a short battery life, and the camera is not the greatest.
i don't think you can disable the sound...you would have to delete the click sound from the pc with a cable...which means more $$$. mines crashed about 4 times within one week i got it. it usually crashes when using the camera
how do i turn off the sound of when i take a picture
I have had this phone for a few days now after swapping from the NEC e101. I am a big fan of Siemens phones for their ease of use. The NEC was a nightmare! The only problem I have is it keeps crashing on me. My old Siemens used to do this, but only about once a month. It's happened on this phone 3 times now. Has anyone else had a similar problem? Other than that I can't find fault with the phone.
I think it's a very nice phone for its price.Fantastic design and great features,I have the intention to buy it very soon.
this phone is off da hook
HEY MANZ !
i have 1 question for YA ;]
can C65 take photos in 640x480 resolution,after the upgrade ?????
I need a help to change the phone code because I don't remember what I enterd first.
So if any one can help me I'll be thankfull.
this phone is fantastic for its price. u wouldn't find such features on a NOKIA at the same price. maybe double price.
I've used this phone for a month and all I had to not-like about it was the quality of the camera(I remember that it's a low price phone). The rest was perfect, almost. The 10MB, the polyphony (although a bit weird). It's the best phone for its price
I gave it to my gf because I bought myself a sony-ericsson k500i
Do keep in mind when rating the phone, that this ISN'T MEANT to be a top-notch phone you are expecting.
There's a reason to its low price, and that is; average features.
The phone is seriously more than what one should expect for what you pay, so do not complain.
If you really want your perfect phone with everything in it, then you should jolly well be willing to shell out about $500-700. However, I am sure that is not the case for most people rating the phone.
So, I call upon you to stop ranting about the minor flaws and inflating it to deter others from buying it.
When rating a phone, you should not be ridiculous and compare it with other phones not of its calibre, but of other phones in its range...
The bottom line is that the Siemens C65 is a GOOD ENTRY-LEVEL phone. It has MORE than what it should have for what you pay.
Flaws can be corrected with firmware update, Ive used this phone before for a period of time, and it does have its flaws. I had them corrected and they work *almost* perfect now. I talked on this mobile alot, and I have never been disconnected. Please double-check with your service provider... The phone easily eclipses 3 1/2 days on standby and some minor uses with me.
I have no complains, but am instead full of compliment to Siemens for sparing a thought for the lower-class market or/and teenagers who may not be able to produce huge amounts of cash for a phone...
I take my hat off to Siemens, for not trying to rip us off our money the way Nokia usually does...