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  1. #1
    Sony Antony
    Guest
    I got this great phone a week back and have been playing with it.
    I found its size to be a bit bulky, but a killer in terms of features.
    I also had problems with its IR port. I never got a steady connection.
    The odd position of its IR port also made it difficult to keep it
    stable against the PCs IR port. In fact it took me a while to figure
    out that the camera lens and IR port are same. The manual did not have
    any mention of where the IR port is.

    I found out that its memory card ( I got 16 MB with it - I guess its
    standard ) is actually a multimedia card, that can be read using a
    card reader.
    And that the phone can actually work perfectly fine without the memory
    card.

    Questions : 1. To my surprise, I found that all my 1000+ contacts were
    still available, when I removed the memory card and battery and
    started the phone ( after putting back the battery ). So where are
    the contacts stored ? Obviously some kind of internal memory ? If yes
    why is that it did not get erased even when I removed the battery for
    about 10 minutes. How much is the capacity for this non-volatile phone
    memory ?
    2. Is the symbian OS stored in ROM ( Like most of the PDAs - meaning
    that the OS cannot be upgraded ) or is it in some non-volatile memory
    ( meaning the OS can be upgraded )
    3. What kind of micro processor is being used inside Nokia 3650.
    4. Can it play Mp3 files ?
    5. Is there any software out there that will enable me to sync my palm
    directly with Nokia 3650 through the infrared port.
    6. Can I buy a general multimedia card from outside and use it inside
    this phone.

    Thanks for reading
    --sony



    See More: Nokia 3650 Memory card mystery




  2. #2
    Pete
    Guest

    Re: Nokia 3650 Memory card mystery

    wat do u mean when u say the camera lens and the ir port are the same?? the
    ir port is the black part on the left side of ur phone. the cam is in the
    middle of ur phone.

    Q1. yes it uses an internal mem... which is 3.4 mb in size. the trouble with
    3650 or symbian phones.. there is no easy way or should i say no way to
    transfer the contacts to the sim card.

    Q2. yes, the os is stored in the rom, i believe so.

    Q3. a 104mhz arm processor

    Q4. yes mp3 files can be played but the transferring mp3 using wireless
    connections realli takes a long time. another thing is that the 3650 doesnt
    support stereo sound, onli mono.

    Q5. i dont think so...

    Q6. yes u can... no problem... as long as it is a multi- media card. it
    should work without problems.3

    pete

    "Sony Antony" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I got this great phone a week back and have been playing with it.
    > I found its size to be a bit bulky, but a killer in terms of features.
    > I also had problems with its IR port. I never got a steady connection.
    > The odd position of its IR port also made it difficult to keep it
    > stable against the PCs IR port. In fact it took me a while to figure
    > out that the camera lens and IR port are same. The manual did not have
    > any mention of where the IR port is.
    >
    > I found out that its memory card ( I got 16 MB with it - I guess its
    > standard ) is actually a multimedia card, that can be read using a
    > card reader.
    > And that the phone can actually work perfectly fine without the memory
    > card.
    >
    > Questions : 1. To my surprise, I found that all my 1000+ contacts were
    > still available, when I removed the memory card and battery and
    > started the phone ( after putting back the battery ). So where are
    > the contacts stored ? Obviously some kind of internal memory ? If yes
    > why is that it did not get erased even when I removed the battery for
    > about 10 minutes. How much is the capacity for this non-volatile phone
    > memory ?
    > 2. Is the symbian OS stored in ROM ( Like most of the PDAs - meaning
    > that the OS cannot be upgraded ) or is it in some non-volatile memory
    > ( meaning the OS can be upgraded )
    > 3. What kind of micro processor is being used inside Nokia 3650.
    > 4. Can it play Mp3 files ?
    > 5. Is there any software out there that will enable me to sync my palm
    > directly with Nokia 3650 through the infrared port.
    > 6. Can I buy a general multimedia card from outside and use it inside
    > this phone.
    >
    > Thanks for reading
    > --sony






  3. #3
    Sony Antony
    Guest

    Re: Nokia 3650 Memory card mystery

    "Pete" <[email protected]> wrote in message news:<[email protected]>...
    > wat do u mean when u say the camera lens and the ir port are the same?? the
    > ir port is the black part on the left side of ur phone. the cam is in the
    > middle of ur phone.


    Man that probably explains a lot of my pain. I saw that black piece on
    the left. But it looked just like a plastic triangle. Am I supposed to
    open it to access the IR port
    Thanks a zillion.


    >
    > Q1. yes it uses an internal mem... which is 3.4 mb in size. the trouble with
    > 3650 or symbian phones.. there is no easy way or should i say no way to
    > transfer the contacts to the sim card.


    I could select numbers one by one and do a 'transfer to SIM direct'.
    But yes its a real pain when you have 1000 numbers to play with.


    >
    > Q2. yes, the os is stored in the rom, i believe so.
    >
    > Q3. a 104mhz arm processor



    That sounds very powerful. Couls yop pl direct me to the link where
    you read this.

    >
    > Q4. yes mp3 files can be played but the transferring mp3 using wireless
    > connections realli takes a long time. another thing is that the 3650 doesnt
    > support stereo sound, onli mono.



    mono is OK. I can transfer files using mu USB card reader. I just need
    to figure out what the folder name should be. Will I be using the real
    audio player ?


    >
    > Q5. i dont think so...
    >
    > Q6. yes u can... no problem... as long as it is a multi- media card. it
    > should work without problems.3



    Thanks a real lot Pete.

    --sony




    >
    > pete
    >
    > "Sony Antony" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > I got this great phone a week back and have been playing with it.
    > > I found its size to be a bit bulky, but a killer in terms of features.
    > > I also had problems with its IR port. I never got a steady connection.
    > > The odd position of its IR port also made it difficult to keep it
    > > stable against the PCs IR port. In fact it took me a while to figure
    > > out that the camera lens and IR port are same. The manual did not have
    > > any mention of where the IR port is.
    > >
    > > I found out that its memory card ( I got 16 MB with it - I guess its
    > > standard ) is actually a multimedia card, that can be read using a
    > > card reader.
    > > And that the phone can actually work perfectly fine without the memory
    > > card.
    > >
    > > Questions : 1. To my surprise, I found that all my 1000+ contacts were
    > > still available, when I removed the memory card and battery and
    > > started the phone ( after putting back the battery ). So where are
    > > the contacts stored ? Obviously some kind of internal memory ? If yes
    > > why is that it did not get erased even when I removed the battery for
    > > about 10 minutes. How much is the capacity for this non-volatile phone
    > > memory ?
    > > 2. Is the symbian OS stored in ROM ( Like most of the PDAs - meaning
    > > that the OS cannot be upgraded ) or is it in some non-volatile memory
    > > ( meaning the OS can be upgraded )
    > > 3. What kind of micro processor is being used inside Nokia 3650.
    > > 4. Can it play Mp3 files ?
    > > 5. Is there any software out there that will enable me to sync my palm
    > > directly with Nokia 3650 through the infrared port.
    > > 6. Can I buy a general multimedia card from outside and use it inside
    > > this phone.
    > >
    > > Thanks for reading
    > > --sony




  4. #4
    Misho
    Guest

    Re: Nokia 3650 Memory card mystery


    >
    > Man that probably explains a lot of my pain. I saw that black piece on
    > the left. But it looked just like a plastic triangle. Am I supposed to
    > open it to access the IR port


    No, IR works fine with it !

    >
    > >
    > > Q1. yes it uses an internal mem... which is 3.4 mb in size. the trouble

    with
    > > 3650 or symbian phones.. there is no easy way or should i say no way to
    > > transfer the contacts to the sim card.

    >
    > I could select numbers one by one and do a 'transfer to SIM direct'.
    > But yes its a real pain when you have 1000 numbers to play with.
    >


    True

    > >
    > > Q2. yes, the os is stored in the rom, i believe so.
    > >
    > > Q3. a 104mhz arm processor

    >
    >
    > That sounds very powerful. Couls yop pl direct me to the link where
    > you read this.
    >
    > >
    > > Q4. yes mp3 files can be played but the transferring mp3 using wireless
    > > connections realli takes a long time. another thing is that the 3650

    doesnt
    > > support stereo sound, onli mono.

    >
    >
    > mono is OK. I can transfer files using mu USB card reader. I just need
    > to figure out what the folder name should be. Will I be using the real
    > audio player ?
    >


    No, you have to install aditional software.
    MP3Go works fine for me ...

    > >
    > > Q5. i dont think so...
    > >
    > > Q6. yes u can... no problem... as long as it is a multi- media card. it
    > > should work without problems.3

    >






  5. #5
    brianric
    Guest

    Re: Nokia 3650 Memory card mystery

    It's either in internal memory or on the sims card.
    "Sony Antony" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Questions : 1. To my surprise, I found that all my 1000+ contacts were
    > still available, when I removed the memory card and battery and
    > started the phone ( after putting back the battery ). So where are
    > the contacts stored ? Obviously some kind of internal memory ? If yes
    > why is that it did not get erased even when I removed the battery for
    > about 10 minutes. How much is the capacity for this non-volatile phone
    > memory ?






  6. #6
    Anton Spaans
    Guest

    Re: Nokia 3650 Memory card mystery

    Goto www.nokia3650.net
    This is a site with a forum with a lot of tips/do's/don'ts/ect. for your
    Nokia 3650.
    For progs to install on your phone:
    www.handango.com (Symbian OS --> Series 60)

    -- Anton

    "Sony Antony" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > I got this great phone a week back and have been playing with it.
    > I found its size to be a bit bulky, but a killer in terms of features.
    > I also had problems with its IR port. I never got a steady connection.
    > The odd position of its IR port also made it difficult to keep it
    > stable against the PCs IR port. In fact it took me a while to figure
    > out that the camera lens and IR port are same. The manual did not have
    > any mention of where the IR port is.
    >
    > I found out that its memory card ( I got 16 MB with it - I guess its
    > standard ) is actually a multimedia card, that can be read using a
    > card reader.
    > And that the phone can actually work perfectly fine without the memory
    > card.
    >
    > Questions : 1. To my surprise, I found that all my 1000+ contacts were
    > still available, when I removed the memory card and battery and
    > started the phone ( after putting back the battery ). So where are
    > the contacts stored ? Obviously some kind of internal memory ? If yes
    > why is that it did not get erased even when I removed the battery for
    > about 10 minutes. How much is the capacity for this non-volatile phone
    > memory ?
    > 2. Is the symbian OS stored in ROM ( Like most of the PDAs - meaning
    > that the OS cannot be upgraded ) or is it in some non-volatile memory
    > ( meaning the OS can be upgraded )
    > 3. What kind of micro processor is being used inside Nokia 3650.
    > 4. Can it play Mp3 files ?
    > 5. Is there any software out there that will enable me to sync my palm
    > directly with Nokia 3650 through the infrared port.
    > 6. Can I buy a general multimedia card from outside and use it inside
    > this phone.
    >
    > Thanks for reading
    > --sony






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