rajib 20 points N/APosted on - 10/11/2011
My mobile is Nokia 6630. I am browse internet of my mobile phone. But now I face one problem. I want download games of my phone. But it cannot download. I check my memory card. My memory card is 2 GB. It is full free. But why it cannot download I do not understand.
The problem your facing is because of the packet data settings in your mobile when ever you want to download a file some pages will prompt you to select the internet access point from which you wish to download the data . As you can see the packet data settings in your mobile you must make sure that the access point and the data to be used settings are to be checked you can use the data of wifi or the data from the mobile pack. If you change the settings as data to be used as automatic you can download the data of any file size without any problem . If your using WLAN you can select the data to be used as WLAN. so that you can download the data from WIFI.
Your problem may solve by inquiring on your network provider, ask them why you can not download files. But before this, I will give you some ideas why you cannot download files.
First thing is your network provider might not allow you to download. Just for browsing.
Next is, does the file you are download is compatible with your phone? The file might not be able to install in your phone. Download error occurs when there is no compatibility especially when the file is automatically installing during the session.
Even if your memory is empty, you can not save files on it if your default memory being use is the phone memory. So you must switch to memory card so that you can download files from the internet.
The Nokia 6630 is a 3G Smartphone operating on 2G and 3G network bands using GSM and UMTS technologies. It was announced to the public on the second quarter of 2004 and is now discontinued. It measures 110 x 60 x 21 millimeters and weighs 127 grams. It uses mini-SIM card and has TFT display with 65k colors at 176 x 208 pixels screen resolution.
It runs on Symbian 8.0 Series 60 v2.0 UI powered by TI OMAP 1710 chipset and 220 MHz ARM926EJ-S processor. It supports RS-DV-MMC memory card expandable up to 64 MB and runs on 10 MB internal storage. The primary camera supports 1.3 megapixels featuring video-calling and supports video recording. It doesn’t have secondary camera and doesn’t support 3.5-millimeter jack, Wi-Fi connection, GPS, and stereo FM radio.
It has Bluetooth 1.2 and Pop-Port for USB connection. The pre-installed web browser supports WAP 2.0/xHTML and HTML. It runs on removable BL-5C Li-Ion 900 mAh battery with standby time up to 264 hours and talk time up to 3 hours. Since your phone is Symbian, you can only download Java apps for series 60 models.
You can also download Java apps for series 40 Nokia phones but I doubt it if you can use it because of the size of the screen. Also, since this is a Java phone, you cannot download Android apps.