Da li se ovo desava i kod vas i koju verziju softvera imate ?
- Da li je kvalitet zvuka losiji nego kod drugih telefona i da li ze stvarno cuje BZZZZZ tokom razgovora sa bilo kim ?
- Da li ovo BZZZZZ vazi i za 7210 posto ima isti softver ili 99%slican ?
Sta mislite generalno o kvalitetu ova dva telefona i koji uzeti ako nema tih bagova ?
Sam, wait until the display turns dark (in the stand-by mode) or until the digital clock screen saver appears. Then ask someone whose number are stored in certain caller group (ie, Friends or Family) to call you. You may dial from your home, but be sure that your home phone number is added in certain caller group.
The name of the caller, group and group logo appears, but the display still as dark as before (when the screen saver active).
IT'S GONNA BE SO DAMN HARD TO SEE THE DISPLAY.
If your phone doesn't have this problem, you are so lucky, coz the Nokia Customer Care in my city (Jakarta, Indonesia) has confirmed that problem. He said ALL NOKIA 6610 AND 6100 HAVE THAT PROBLEM. MAYBE SOMEDAY WHEN THERE'S A NEW VERSION BLA BLA BLA... I left him right away. Go to hell, I thought.
Another point. The sound quality from the speaker when you use your phone for talking (that's the main function, right?) was very poor, like the sound from a "not so well tuned" radio. Bzz..bzz.. (Far below my previous phone, Siemens ME45).
I'm sorry to say that the only IMPRESSIVE MOMENT during my 6 days with Nokia 6610 was when I got the full refund from the shop.
Hey, if they don't admit this problem, would they gave the refund???
For Nokia, how come you do that, selling a product that has a problem, and tragically, you still sell it even when you know the problem?
You may think that it is just a simple problem, and people in Indonesia buy expensive mobile phone just for fancy and only use some very basic feature so they won't understand the problem. It may be true, but don't you think that you have the obligation to inform your customer before you sell the product, not when they complain to you?
You know what, it's my first Nokia and damn sure will be my last.
For all Nokia Fan, I just want to say, one who has never try firts class Italian restaurant's spaghetty will insist that home made instant noodle is the best meal in the world.
Don't be such a fool. Try SIEMENS.
28 March 2003
Many users have sent emails to us enquiring about a possible problem with their phone's backlights not flashing when a call is received.
After some in-house testing (and asking around), we have found that there is an inherent problem in the newer versions of the phone software for the Nokia 6100, 6610 and 7210 handsets.
This problem only occurs when a particular phone book entry has been placed into a caller group, and where the same caller group is using any ringtone apart from the "default" choice. In other words, if you assign a tone different to the one used in the "profiles" for a caller group, the backlights will not flash when there is an incoming call.
We have contacted Nokia Care in Australia, and they do not seem to have direct knowledge of this issue.
So far, we have found that this problem exists in V4.18 of the 6610/7210 software, and V4.02 of the 6100 software. Unconfirmed reports of a possible newer version of the 6610/7210 software (V4.28) do not address this issue either.