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#2338 23-Sep-2004 12:02
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Hey all , haven't posted here in a while, just got myself a new phone.

Nokia 6600 awesome phone.

got my PXT all setup, can't get the opera browser to work ,e ven tho my settings are setup?

also whats the best apps for this phone? i want to connect to my computer , whats the cheapest way possible? datacable i have seen on trademe (ones for 6600) not sure how they work , as there is no dataport on this phone.

any links to good downloads would be good too?


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BDFL - Memuneh
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#8792 23-Sep-2004 12:30
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For Opera - make sure the GPRS connection you're using is not the wap one. either use the APN or internet.

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  #9854 3-Nov-2004 18:02
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Currently on my little Nokia 3660 with 16mb, yes 16mb =( i have:-

- Rally Pro Contest! (VERY nice little 3d rally game)
- Crash Nitro Kart ($7.95 on vodafone HA!~)
- Dragon Fire Part II (space impact-like game but really fun)
- Dead of Alive Beach Vollyball (fun but controls are hard to get used to)
- FIFA 2003 (looking for cracked version of 2005)
- iTanx (bit boring but nice tank action)
- MiniGolf (fun on rainy days)
- Nightmare Creatures (hack and slash action)
- Rayman III (Very nice graphics)
- Sacred (offline RPG, like Runescape)
- Siberian Strike episode II (like dragonfire, but WWII)
- Splinter Cell: Extended Ops (a must have, a bit short though)
- Tomb Raider II & III ( Very nice, will take a lot of patience to complete)
- XIII ( nice graphics but very short, 6 missions)
- Yeti Sports 1,2,3,4 (fun arcade games for info)
- Lock n' Load (nice Doom-Like game, 3dish)

- Doris Browser (to be put on, very good)
- Agile Messenger 3.0 (connect to MSN,AOL,ICQ etc)
- DreamChat (Chat to bluetooth phones via bluetooth)
- FExplorer (good file explorer)
- iRemote (VERY smart application, hundreds of brands to choose)
- Operator Manager (good, explains it really)
- Wi-Send (send anything on your phone to another phone)
- SeleQ (like FExplorer, i find its loading slower though)
- Palette Extender (gives Orange, Red, Pink palettes)
- PhotoAcute (take up to 1 megapixel photos)

Also try MGS games, they are good multiplayer via bluetooth.

My personal Wap Site


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