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  1. #1
    6630
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    I've been given a Nokia 6630, and though it came with a
    user guide I still can't fathom what the green LED on the
    top right-hand side of the fascia does, or what it's supposed
    to do. It doesn't blink when the battery runs down (I've
    cycled the battery twice to give it a good start in life), and
    it doesn't blink when I receive a call or a text. In fact it
    doesn't seem to do anything at all. Can someone here tell
    me what it's for, please?



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  2. #2
    Pea
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    Re: green LED

    6630 <[email protected]> wrote in news:[email protected]
    4ax.com:

    > I've been given a Nokia 6630, and though it came with a
    > user guide I still can't fathom what the green LED on the
    > top right-hand side of the fascia does, or what it's supposed
    > to do. It doesn't blink when the battery runs down (I've
    > cycled the battery twice to give it a good start in life), and
    > it doesn't blink when I receive a call or a text. In fact it
    > doesn't seem to do anything at all. Can someone here tell
    > me what it's for, please?
    >


    If this is the same as the 6681, then it is a light sensor. All it does is
    monitor the ambient light and if it is low will turn on the LED's behind
    the keypad when using the phone.

    Try this, look at the keypad, and see if it is lit up. Cover the green LED
    for a few seconds and see if the keypad lights up.

    http://www.nokia.com/support/tutoria...ish/index.html

    This link might help.

    Pea



  3. #3
    6630
    Guest

    Re: green LED

    On Sat, 31 Dec 2005 13:20:15 GMT, Pea <[email protected]> wrote:
    >6630 <[email protected]> wrote in news:[email protected]:
    >
    >> I've been given a Nokia 6630, and though it came with a
    >> user guide I still can't fathom what the green LED on the
    >> top right-hand side of the fascia does, or what it's supposed
    >> to do. It doesn't blink when the battery runs down (I've
    >> cycled the battery twice to give it a good start in life), and
    >> it doesn't blink when I receive a call or a text. In fact it
    >> doesn't seem to do anything at all. Can someone here tell
    >> me what it's for, please?
    >>

    >
    >If this is the same as the 6681, then it is a light sensor. All it does is
    >monitor the ambient light and if it is low will turn on the LED's behind
    >the keypad when using the phone.
    >
    >Try this, look at the keypad, and see if it is lit up. Cover the green LED
    >for a few seconds and see if the keypad lights up.


    Hah hah! Yes, that's it. The manual doesn't cover this feature
    at all, so thanks for taking the time to tell me.

    >http://www.nokia.com/support/tutoria...ish/index.html
    >
    >This link might help.


    Bookmarked for future reference. Thanks Pea. This is my
    first smart phone, so I'm a bit lost. Tell me (if you will) how
    can I make a video call when the camera is situated on the
    rear of my viewing screen? Happy new year!



  4. #4
    6630
    Guest

    Re: green LED

    On Sat, 31 Dec 2005 14:52:54 +0000, Brian Morrison <[email protected]> wrote:
    >On 31/12/05 6630 wrote:
    >
    >> Bookmarked for future reference. Thanks Pea. This is my
    >> first smart phone, so I'm a bit lost. Tell me (if you will) how
    >> can I make a video call when the camera is situated on the
    >> rear of my viewing screen? Happy new year!

    >
    >To make video calls with the 6630 you will need a stand containing a
    >camera that the phone plugs onto and stands on a desk or table in front
    >of you.


    Oh. Terrific.

    >I forget the model number of the stand in question, but the
    >Nokia web site will tell you on the 6630 accessories page.


    Thanks Brian. I've definitely got to get one. Wouldn't be right
    leaving it only half-working.



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