Linked by Thom Holwerda on Wed 10th Dec 2008 10:17 UTC
PDAs, Cellphones, Wireless It's time for another phone review. PureMobile.com sent us the Nokia E71 for review. The E71 is a BlackBerry-style phone, with a full qwerty keyboard in a candybar form factor, meaning the E71 is direct competition for the phone we reviewed in October, the BlackBerry Bold 9000. Read on for our findings.
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lenrek
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2005-07-07

I can save the files received via bluetooth into the filesystem. What kind of files you are trying to save?

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demod Member since:
2008-12-10

How do you do that? The only filetype I manage to copy where I want is .ZIP because the standard application for .ZIP files lets me do that once I open the file. For everything else (.jars, .dict files, ...) I have yet to find a way.

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lenrek Member since:
2005-07-07

Just open the new bluetooth message in the "Inbox", and select "Save" from the "Option".

However, E71 will try to be store the files based on how it recognised it.

So, if you sent in a text file, after saving it, run the "Notes" application from the phone "Office" folder to view or edit it.

For image, it will automatically saved it into the gallery.

For themes files, it will automatically install it and let you select it from the theme selection.

Though, I only tried these files type. I have not tried zip file.

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