Question about Nokia 6126 Cellular Phone
I was able to take pics and send them as messages when I first got the phone. After about a week, I can't send pictures anymore. When I go to the picture to select it for sending, the phone dies and then reboots. This is my second replacement of this model. The previous one did the exact same thing. The battery is fully charged, there's plenty of memory left, and everything else works fine. I also turned off the "save sent messages". Any ideas?
My wife came to me with the same issue: unable to send photos of our daughter. Rather than reset I used the bluetooth capability to transfer them to our Mac.
Turn on bluetooth: - go to "Setting", find "Connectivity", then select "Bluetooth", and then select "Bluetooth" again which brings you to the on/off option (terrible menu by the way)
Computer Bluetooth must be set to "Discoverable" - basically a simple option to set "Discoverable", but each pc/mac is a little different so your on your own.
Find Pictures and Transfer: - "My Stuff", then "Tones & Graphics", then "images" - you should see your images - Select the image you want ("Open" it) - With image open select "Options", then "Send", then "Via Bluetooth" -- it will now be searching for devices (hence why you have to have your pc discoverable) - It should find your device (it's the name of your computer) - Select the device (pc name) - You should get a splash screen on your pc letting you know that "Nokia 6126 is sending a file", and you should "Accept" on your pc - The file is saved (remember where it is saved or you'll have to search for it later).
Hope this helps. The instructions are pretty anal so it might seem complex, but it's pretty easy... beginners should be fine. After watching me my wife did it on her own.
Posted on Apr 03, 2008
I think it is a problem with the phone mainly the model to many issues with the pic and rebooting you should take it back and get another phone preferably not the 6126......think the manufacturer should recall this model phone.
Posted on Mar 28, 2008
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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