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To make video call u have to get support from ur service provider (in india its only BSNL) as well as the reciver also have same support then only its possible

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How can i make video call by nokia 5230


Sorry,you can't make video callby your Nokia 5230 because it has no secondary camera.If you want to know more visit http://www.gsmarena.com/nokia_5230-2909.php

Sep 05, 2011 | Nokia 5230 Cell Phone

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How to make video calls on nokia 5230 ?


hello 5230 is not capable on video calling because 5230 dont have a front camera to make video call. thanx

Apr 15, 2011 | Nokia 5230 Cell Phone

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How can i make a video call from nokia 5230


Sorry, Nokia 5230 does not support video calling. Other features of this phone are: Speakerphone, Auto turn-off, Auto-rotate, Handwriting recognition, IM, Downloadable games, GPS with A-GPS support; Nokia Maps 2.0 Touch, 3.5 mm audio jack, Photo editor.

Apr 02, 2011 | Nokia 5230 Cell Phone

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Can i make video calling by using the nokia 5230


The Nokia 5230 doesn't have a secondary camera though, so I guess you could receive video calls but not send a video call yourself. Hope this helps. Thank you for using Fixya! May you have a good day.

Mar 29, 2011 | Nokia 5230 Cell Phone

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Nokia 5230 is possible video calling please reply answer


The Nokia 5230 this should be possible but you may only use the back camera since it doesn't have the front camera which is usually use for video calling. It has also has 3g capability which is also used for 3g calling(video calling/conference)

Jan 15, 2011 | Nokia 5230 Cell Phone

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DOES NOKIA 5230 3G HAVE VIDEO CALLINGZ5


Yes it does have video-calling supported. Yet, it doesn't have a second camera, but you can possibly RECEIVE video calls (depending of course on software capability), and you can see the video of the person calling you, but you CANNOT SEND video calls, or initiate them.

Jan 12, 2011 | Nokia 5230 Cell Phone

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How i see all kind of movie or veidos in nokia 5230


Hello there!

You may download the User Manual, please click HERE

Furthermore, please note that the Nokia 5230 supports 3GPP, MPEG-4 in Video Recording. Then, in Video Playback formats, it supports 3GPP formats (H.263), Flash Video, H.264/AVC, MPEG-4, Real Video 7,8.

If you need further assistance, please let me know.

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fossildude

Nov 20, 2010 | Nokia 5230 Cell Phone

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