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Pada program jika dipilih muncul tulisan "Supportive file. Nothing to display." Untuk nokia 3120 classic, bisa dicoba alternative ini: -> Pastikan progam yang hendak dipakai sudah diklik "options" atau bisa diatur dulu "application access"! (Supaya program dapat muncul) -> a. Pilih "menu-settings-display-active standby-active standby mode (on) lalu pada posisi standby pada shortcut bar pilih "options-select shortcuts-application list-silahkan pilih programya (ditandai) pilihannya: done-done-(save change? Dan pilih "yes" Lalu pada posisi standbay pada shortcut bar, dipilih program2 yang sudah dipilih
b. Cara yang ke 2 bisa memanfaatkan tombol shortcuts: "Menu-settings-display-my shortcuts-left selection key atau right selection key atau navigation key-application list-pilih programnya Pada posisi standby, silahkan dipilih pilihan tombol shorcut yang sudah diatur
The @ symbol simply means that a new message has been received in the "remote mailbox". If you are using Mail for Exhange this sometimes comes on when it is syncing because some of the default mailbox functionality is being "passed through" by the application. Or... you could have a remote mailbox set up and have a new message in it :)
look in menu - messaging - settings - email to see what mailboxes you have configured. Also, keep in mind that some apps for nokia may be triggering the @ symbol if they are utilizing the native messaging features of the S60 OS.
Not certain... but you need to check menu - tools - settings - general - enhancement and make sure your default is set to "headset".
When you plug headphones only (not the headset/mic combo) into the 2.5mm jack, it will go into a headphone mode where you can hear through the headphones but you must speak through the phone microphone - it sounds like it is going into that mode on you. It can only be the setting above or possible a short in the jack (though that doesn't really explain why it is happening only when you receive a call).
If you have 2.5mm headsets (or can pick up a small 3.5 to 2.5 adapter), you can also try having them call you and see if you can hear through the headphones - that would prove it is going into headphone only mode.