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? to Nokia 6015i owners

Discussion in 'NOKIA' started by MikeyBoy, Jan 15, 2005.

  1. MikeyBoy

    MikeyBoy Junior Member
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    Can you tell if this phone rings loud, and is the vibrate strong. Also can you have it vibrate then ring ? I am still using the moto v60s because the ringer is so loud and i work around loud trucks. So i need to either hear are feel my phone...Thanks for any info
     
  2. nokiaistheway

    nokiaistheway New Member

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    Location:
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    My Phone:
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    Nokia is a lot different then MOTO when it comes to vibrating and ringing.... Nokia doesn't have a way to set it to do one before the other.... The 6015 is pretty loud, and the vibrate is one of the strongest I have felt on a Nokia.... It will defiently vibrate off the desk....I really love this phone... I have had problems with Bluegrass and the BREW service on it but other then that it's great phone... I love the speakerphone it's great..... But I don't know of any Nokia's that let you set it to vibrate then ring... I remember my MOTO V60i was like that.....
     
  3. Fire14

    Fire14 Easy,Cheap & Sleazy
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    All Nokia's vibrate & Ring at the same time, which some people prefer. I know it took me quite a while to get use to the Moto Vibrate then ring settings.
     
  4. AprilFool

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    It can be very loud, depending on the ring tone. Some QCELP ringtones I have drove the speaker on my 6015i into distortion and it is really loud at that point. If I was in a store and it went off people out on the street would stop and stare into the store, trying to see where the noise (my choice of music... maybe noise to some) was coming from. MIDI ringers did not seem to be that loud though.

    TheRealAprilFool
     
  5. RJB

    RJB Gold Senior Member
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    The ringer on this phone is very loud in fact when you change the volume to the highest setting it will ask you if this setting is what you want because it is very loud. Yes you can make it vibrate and ring at the same time and that works very well also. I have this phone for Verizon so you cant use the internet or anything fancy with it. But if it is for work then it is a good choice. To me this is a good solid phone you can drop it a time or two and still be ok.
     

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