Hunting files instead of Rapidshare

As a files directory, Rapidshare could be said so complete. But as we know, Rapidshare can be nice if we have premium account. That's be one of few hidrances for us. Yeah.. actually we can asked in the internet for download without limitations using Rapidshare for free user. But that is not the point. I will write about sites that can be used for hunting files, without limitations.
Have you ever heard about 'ftp'?? That will we be used. FTP sites. With FTP site we can share folder and files. Yeah.. the fact is many ftp sitees is protected by password. But dont worry. :)
Step # 1 -- Enter to
special search engine for ftp

Some sites that you can try are

Step #2 -- Do searching
Note : Sometimes you'll find some broken ftp sites or enter site that
need login [protected].

Additional info

Just for example here is some ftp sites that you can try :

21 Tactics to Increase Blog Traffic

A considerable portion of my consulting time has recently revolved around the optmization of corporate blogs (or the addition of blogs to revamped sites). As usual, I find a pattern emerging in the strategies that need attention and the pitfalls that must be avoided. So, rather than charging $400 an hour to give advice on the subject, I thought it would be valuable to share many of the most common pieces of advice here on the blog (business part of Rand fights

with open source Rand, but loses, as usual).

  1. Choose the Right Blog Software (or Custom

    The right blog CMS makes a big difference. If you want to set yourself apart, I recommend creating a custom blog solution - one that can be completely customized to your users. In most cases, WordPress, Blogger, MovableType or Typepad will suffice, but building from scratch allows you to be very creative with functionality and formatting. The best CMS is something that's easy for the writer(s) to use and brings together the features that
    allow the blog to flourish. Think about how you want comments, archiving, sub-pages, categorization, multiple feeds and user accounts to operate in order to narrow down your choices. OpenSourceCMS is a very good tool to help you select a software if you go that route.

  2. Host Your Blog Directly on Your Domain
    Hosting your blog on a different domain from your primary site is one of the worst mistakes you can make. A blog on your domain can attract links, attention, publicity, trust and search rankings - by keeping the blog on a separate domain, you shoot yourself in the foot. From worst to best, your options are - Hosted (on a solution like Blogspot or Wordpress), n a unique domain (at least you can 301 it in the future), on a subdomain (these can be treated as unique from the primary domain by the engines) and as a sub-section of the primary domain (in a subfolder or page - this is the best solution).

  3. Write Title Tags with Two Audiences in Mind
    First and foremost, you're writing a title tag for the people who will visit your site or have a subscription to your feed. Title tags that are short, snappy, on-topic and catchy are imperative. You also want to think about search engines when you title your posts, since the engines can help to drive traffic to your blog. A great way to do this is to write the post and the title first, then run a few searches at Overture, WordTracker & KeywordDiscovery to see if there is a phrasing or ordering that can better help you to target "searched for" terms.-

  4. Participate at Related Forums & Blogs
    Whatever industry or niche you're in, there are bloggers, forums and an online community that's already active. Depending on the specificity of your focus, you may need to think one or two levels broader than your own content to find a large community, but with the size of the participatory web today, even the highly specialized content areas receive attention. A great way to find out who these people are is to use Technorati to conduct searches, then sort by number of links (authority). tags are also very useful in this process, as are straight searches at the engines ('s blog search in particular is of very good quality).-

  5. Tag Your Content
    Technorati is the first place that you should be tagging posts. I actually recommend having the tags right on your page, pointing to the Technorati searches that you're targeting. There are other good places to ping - and Flickr being the two most obvious (the only other one is Blogmarks, which is much smaller). Tagging content can also be valuable to help give you a "bump" towards getting traffic from big sites like Reddit, Digg & StumbleUpon (which requires that you download the toolbar, but trust me - it's worth it). You DO NOT want to submit every post to these sites, but that one out of twenty (see tactic #18) is worth your while.

  6. Launch Without Comments (and Add Them Later)
    There's something sad about a blog with 0 comments on every post. It feels dead, empty and unpopular. Luckily, there's an easy solution - don't offer the ability to post comments on the blog and no one will know that you only get 20 uniques a day. Once you're upwards of 100 RSS subscribers and/or 750 unique visitors per day, you can open up the comments and see light activity. Comments are often how tech-savvy new visitors judge the popularity of a site (and thus, its worth), so play to your strengths and keep your obscurity private.-

  7. Don't Jump on the Bandwagon
    Some memes are worthy of being talked about by every blogger in the space, but most aren't. Just because there's huge news in your industry or niche DOES NOT mean you need to be covering it, or even mentioning it (though it can be valuable to link to it as an aside, just to integrate a shared experience into your unique content). Many of the best blogs online DO talk about the big trends - this is because they're already popular, established and are counted on to be a source of news for the community. If you're launching a new blog, you need to show people in your space that you can offer something unique, different and valuable - not just the same story from your point of view. This is less important in spaces where there are very few bloggers and little online coverage and much more in spaces that are overwhelmed with blogs (like search, or anything else tech-related).-

  8. Link Intelligently
    When you link out in your blog posts, use convention where applicable and creativity when warranted, but be aware of how the links you serve are part of the content you provide. Not every issue you discuss or site you mention needs a link, but there's a fine line between
    overlinking and underlinking. The best advice I can give is to think of the post from the standpoint of a relatively uninformed reader. If you mention Wikipedia, everyone is familar and no link is required. If you mention a specific page at Wikipedia, a link is necessary and important. Also, be aware that quoting other bloggers or online sources (or even discussing their ideas) without linking to them is considered bad etitquette and can earn you scorn that could cost you links from those sources in the future. It's almost always better to be over-generous with links than under-generous. And link condoms? Only use them when you're linking to something you find truly distasteful or have serious apprehension about.-

  9. Invite Guest Bloggers
    Asking a well known personality in your niche to contribute a short blog on their subject of expertise is a great way to grow the value and reach of your blog. You not only flatter the person by acknowedging their celebrity, you nearly guarantee yourself a link or at least an
    association with a brand that can earn you readers. Just be sure that you really are getting a quality post from someone that's as close to universally popular and admired as possible (unless you want to start playing the drama linkbait game, which I personally abhor). If you're already somewhat popular, it can often be valuable to look outside your space and bring in guest authors who have a very unique angle or subject matter to help spice up your focus. One note about guest bloggers - make sure they agree to have their work edited by you before it's posted. A disagreement on this subject after the fact can have negative ramifications. -

  10. Eschew Advertising (Until You're Popular)
    I hate AdSense on blogs. Usually, I ignore it, but I also cast a sharp eye towards the quality of the posts and professionalism of the content when I see AdSense. That's not to say that contextual advertising can't work well in some blogs, but it needs to be well integrated into the design and layout to help defer criticism. Don't get me wrong - it's unfair to judge a blog by its cover (or, in this case, its ads), but spend a lot of time surfing blogs and you'll have the same impression - low quality blogs run AdSense and many high quality ones don't. I always recommend that whether personal or professional, you wait until your blog has achieved a level of success before you start advertising. Ads, whether they're sponsorships, banners, contextual or other, tend to have a direct, negative impact on the number of readers who subscribe, add to favorites and link - you definitely don't want that limitation while you're still trying to get established.-

  11. Go Beyond Text in Your Posts
    Blogs that contain nothing but line after line of text are more difficult to read and less consistently interesting than those that offer images, interactive elements, the occassional multimedia content and some clever charts & graphs. Even if you're having a tough time with non-text content, think about how you can format the text using blockquotes, indentation, bulllet points, etc. to create a more visually appealing and digestable block of content.

  12. Cover Topics that Need Attention
    In every niche, there are certain topics and questions that are frequently asked or pondered, but rarely have definitive answers. While this recommendation applies to nearly every content-based site, it's particularly easy to leverage with a blog. If everyone in the online Nascar forums is wondering about the components and cost of an average Nascar vehicle - give it to them. If the online stock trading industry is rife with questions about the best performing stocks after a terrorist threat, your path is clear. Spend the time and effort to research, document and deliver and you're virtually guaranteed link-worthy content that will attract new visitors and subscribers.

  13. Pay Attention to Your Analytics
    Visitor tracking software can tell you which posts your audience likes best, which ones don't get viewed and how the search engines are delivering traffic. Use these clues to react and improve your strategies. Feedburner is great for RSS and I'm a personal fan of Indextools. Consider adding action tracking to your blog, so you can see what sources of traffic are bringing the best quality visitors (in terms of time spent on the site, # of page views, etc). I particularly like having the "register" link tagged for analytics so I can see what percentage of visitors from each source is interested enough to want to leave a comment or create an account.

  14. Use a Human Voice
    Charisma is a valuable quality, both online and off. Through a blog, it's most often judged by the voice you present to your users. People like empathy, compassion, authority and honesty. Keep these in the forefront of your mind when writing and you'll be in a good position to succeed. It's also critical that you maintain a level of humility in your blogging and stick to your roots. When users start to feel that a blog is taking itself too seriously or losing the characteristics that made it unique, they start to seek new places for content. We've certainly made mistakes (even recently) that have cost us some fans - be cautious to control not only what you say, but how you say it. Lastly - if there's a hot button issue that has you posting emotionally, temper it by letting the post sit in draft mode for an hour or two, re-reading it and considering any revisions. With the advent of feeds, once you publish, there's no going back. -

  15. Archive Effectively
    The best archives are carefully organized into subjects and date ranges. For search traffic (particularly long tail terms), it can be best to offer the full content of every post in a category on the archive pages, but from a usability standpoint, just linking to each post is far better (possibly with a very short snippet). Balance these two issues and make the decision based on your goals. A last note on archiving - pagination in blogging can be harmful to search traffic, rather than beneficial (as you provide constantly changing, duplicate content pages). Pagination is great for users who scroll to the bottom and want to see more, though, so consider putting a "noindex" in the meta tag or in the robots.txt file to keep spiders where they belong - in the well-organized archive system.

  16. Implement Smart URLs
    The best URL structure for blogs is, in my opinion, as short as possible while still containing enough information to make an educated guess about the content you'll find on the page. I don't like the 10 hyphen, lengthy blog titles that are the byproduct of many CMS plugins, but they are certainly better than any dynamic parameters in the URL. Yes - I know I'm not walking the talk here, and hopefully it's something we can fix in the near future. To those who say that one dynamic parameter in the URL doesn't hurt, I'd take issue - just
    re-writing a ?ID=450 to /450 has improved search traffic considerably on several blogs we've worked with.

  17. Reveal as Much as Possible
    The blogosphere is in love with the idea of an open source world on the web. Sharing vast stores of what might ordinarily be considered private information is the rule, rather than the exception. If you can offer content that's usually private - trade secrets, pricing, contract issues, and even the occassional harmless rumor, your blog can benefit. Make a decision about what's off-limits and how far you can go and then push right up to that limit in order to see the best possible effects. Your community will reward you with links and traffic.

  18. Only One Post in Twenty Can Be Linkbait
    Not every post is worthy of making it to the top of Digg, or even a mention at some other blogs in your space. Trying to over-market every post you write will result in pushback and ultimately lead to negative opinions about your efforts. The less popular your blog is, the harder it will be to build excitement around a post, but the process of linkbait has always been trial and error - build, test, refine and re-build. Keep creating great ideas and bolstering them with lots of solid, everyday content and you'll eventually be big enough to where one out of every 20-40 posts really does become linkbait.-

  19. Make Effective Use of High Traffic Days
    If you do have linkbait, whether by design or by accident, make sure to capitalize. When you hit the front page of Digg, Reddit, Boing Boing, or, on a smaller scale, attract a couple hundred visitors from a bigger blog or site in your space, you need to put your best foot forward. Make sure to follow up on a high traffic time period with 2-3 high quality posts that show off your skills as a writer, your depth of understanding and let visitors know that this is content they should be sticking around to see more of. Nothing kills the potential linkbait "bump" faster than a blog whose content doesn't update for 48 hours after they've received a huge influx of visitors. -

  20. Create Expectations and Fulfill Them
    When you're writing for your audience, your content focus, post timing and areas of interest will all become associated with your personal style. If you vary widely from that style, you risk alienating folks who've come to know you and rely on you for specific data. Thus, if you build a blog around the idea of being an analytical expert in your field, don't ignore the latest release of industry figures only to chat about an emotional issue - deliver what your readers expect of you and crunch the numbers. This applies equally well to post frequency - if your blog regularly churns out 2 posts a day, having two weeks with only 4 posts is going to have an adverse impact on traffic. That's not to say you can't take a vacation, but you need to schedule it wisely and be prepared to lose RSS subscribers and regulars. It's not fair, but it's the truth. We lose visitors every time I attend an SES conference and drop to one post every two days (note - guest bloggers and time-release posts can help here, too). -

  21. Build a Brand
    Possibly one of the most important aspects of all in blogging is brand-building. As Zefrank
    , to be a great brand, you need to be a brand that people want to associate themselves with and a brand that people feel they derive value from being a member. Exclusivity, insider jokes, emails with regulars, the occassional cat post and references to your previous experiences can be offputting for new readers, but they're solid gold for keeping your loyal base feeling good about their brand experience with you. Be careful to stick to your brand - once you have a definition that people like and are comfortable with, it's very hard to break that mold without severe repercussions. If you're building a new blog, or building a low-traffic one, I highly recommend writing down the goals of your brand and the attributes of its identity to help remind you as you write.
Best of luck to all you bloggers out there. It's an increasingly crowded field to play in, but these strategies should help to give you an edge over the competition. As always, if you've got additions or disagreements, I'd love to hear them.

Changing Blog Title for Search engine Results and increase visitor

This trick can largely drive traffic to your blog.When you search google for something and your blog is present in the search results...Then the Title of the result will be of the form Blog Title + Post Title This type of a title wont attract searchers.. Here is a hack that will change the title to the following attractive format Post Title + Blog Title This trick will help you to optimize the blog title for Search Engines. I am sure that this trick will increase your site's visitor count.. It will take a while for the Formatted titles to appear in search results (will appear when it is reindexed).
Step #1 -- Go to Blogger Template>Edit Html and replace



<!-- Changing the Blogger Title Tag -->
<b:if cond='data:blog.pageType == "index"'>
<title><data:blog.pageTitle/></title> <b:else/>
<title><data:blog.pageName/> ~ <data:blog.title/></title>
<!-- Changing the Blogger Title Tag -->

Step #2 -- Save your template and you are done..

Hiding Blogger navbar

How to remove hide Blogger navbar that is sticking on top of your blog? Why should you remove hide it?

1. The Blogger navbar doesn’t do anything much except for search, navigate, report blog and returning to your dashboard.
2. It kills your design or the Blogger navbar doesn’t blend into the design

As far as I know that we cannot entirely remove it from the Blogger, we can hide it by using a simple CSS technique.

By inserting the #navbar class after the body class into your template, the navbar will be hidden


After removing hiding the navbar, you may notice some or no white space between the top edge of the browser window and your blog content. All you need to do is to change the CSS by editing the body class

body{margin-top:0px; //adjusts the value to suit your template}

If you haven’t edited your template, it’s time for you to do so. At least it will make your blog unique and personal without the blogger logo.

How to make split post in blogger.

Have you ever seen any blogs/ any sites articles displaying splitted article and after you click “Read More..” or just “more…” or maybe “[…]” or something like that; the full article showed???

Like we know, blogger doesn't provide any tool to make it. So let's tweak it. This time I wanna share how to make your article splitted.
  1. Well if you don’t, please follow this steps: from dashboard click Layout>Edit Html, of course after you logged on]
  2. Type or copy this code, then enter it before } ]]></b:skin> or after
    </head> If you wanna find it faster you can use search tool in your browser or
    use the keyboard combination --usually Ctrl+F; and enter what you want to search.
  3. Then type / copy the code below and put it after code
    here is the code ...

    <b:if cond =’data:blog.pageType != “item”’>
    <a expr:href=’data:post.url’> Read more … </a>

  4. Attention : You can change the word “Read more …” with another word like “more….” or another else.
  5. Now, if you wanna make splitted post, just put <span class=”fullpost”> where you want the “Read more …” appear, then at the end of your post, put </span>, be sure you do this step in Html mode not in Compose mode.

    Maybe typing this code every time you wanna publish your post is not effective. So follow this step then. Go to Settings>Format> find Post Template then type <span class=”fullpost”></span> and save it. Next time, when you want to create a post in Html mode, you’ll find that code. Just format it where it’ll be placed.

    Example : You have an article or something.

    “Hi..! I am thom. I am a new Indonesian blogger. You may contact me by send me email at"

    And you want to the text like this.

    “Hi..! I am thom. I am a new Indonesian blogger.

    So, the format should be :

    "Hi..! I am thom. I am a new Indonesian blogger. <span class=”fullpost”> You may contact me by send me email at </span>"

    Remember : you must typed it in HTML mode only.

  6. Good luck and Go blogging…….

Scientists Say Mars Lander Photos Show Ice

White material, possibly ice, is located only at the upper portion of the trench, indicating that it is not continuous throughout the excavated site

Scientists say new photographs from NASA's Mars lander show the robotic probe has dug up pieces of ice on the planet's surface. In Miami, VOA's Brian Wagner reports, the finding is a strong boost to the mission, which hopes to uncover signs of life on Mars.

Scientists have been focusing on several small, white pieces of material that one of the probe's robot arms uncovered in the planet's soil this week. Photographs from the $420 million probe first revealed the chunks, which are no larger than two centimeters, about five days ago. But pictures transmitted late Thursday show the pieces had vanished, leading scientists to believe it was ice turning into water vapor in the planet's dry atmosphere.

Principal investigator Peter Smith of the University of Arizona in Tucson, says the finding does not come as a surprise. But the evidence helps prove the substance was not salt, rock or another material.

"It is with great pride and a lot of joy today I announce we have found the proof that we have been seeking that this hard, bright material is water ice and not some other substance," he said.

Mark Lemmon of the University of Texas A&M is studying the photographs taken by the Phoenix lander as it digs into the Martian soil and analyzes materials that it finds. He says the Phoenix team has achieved its first goal of finding water, and now it moves on to the next phase of looking for signs of organic life.

"It's really getting in there and finding what is mixed in with the ice, and finding out to what extent it is a habitable environment," he said. "Those are the questions we will be answering with the full Phoenix payload [capabilities] over the next several weeks."

The Mars probe contains chemistry laboratories, a furnace and other tools to study the composition of materials on the planet's surface. Scientists say one goal of the mission is to find the remains of organic life trapped in the ground ice.

How to Make Menu for Blogspot

Some people maybe wonder, how to make horizontal tab menu like in my site. But you'll never find any tools for make it inside blogspot. But it doesn't mean you can't make it. We can make it! How? Here you are..

Just for knowledge...

We'll make horizontal menu that it means every time you click one of the menu.. it'll go to recent page that sometimes we think it new page. But we'll not make new page, just new post. In another word we just make somelinks (shortcuts) to our post from the menu :) . But dont worry... it will be nice :)

Let's make it :

For example, we wanna make menu for Home, Download and Tutorial. So you have to make posts with title Home, Download and Tutorial. Publised it all then. We won't the pages showed and they mixed with our new posts recently, so in Options [bellow of compose box] changed the date. :) It is better to change it to older date. Then get the URL of each post. For example :,,

Yup we'll go to the next steps...
Till here we'll need external help. Go to List-O-Matic. Follow the steps till you got 2 types of code; html and css. For example :

here is the html for the list :
<div id="navcontainer">
<ul id="navlist">
<li><a href="">Depan</a></li>
<li><a href="">Tentang</a></li>
<li><a href="">Portofolio</a></li>

copy the html code and from Layout >> Add a page element - html/javascript and after press save, place it wherever you like.

Here is the CSS for this list:
#navlist ul
margin-left: 0;
padding-left: 0;
white-space: nowrap;
#navlist li
display: inline;
list-style-type: none;
#navlist a { padding: 3px 10px; }
#navlist a:link, #navlist a:visited
color: #fff;
background-color: #036;
text-decoration: none;
#navlist a:hover
color: #fff;
background-color: #369;
text-decoration: none;

For css code,, copy it and put it in Layout >> Edit Html then paste it before code ]]></b:skin> and save template.. :)

Finish and happy tryin' ...

Enter Blocked Site

Have you ever surfed with your computer and some sites are locked?? Or you wanna seem like you're from another country, not from your own country where your're surfing?? It just simple!! We usually often use proxy that you can get it all in our uncle, Google. Just type 'proxy list' and press Enter... and you got it!

Well first we should practise and proof it. Check your own public ip address. Go to ip-adress. Remember your ip when you got it . Next,, do the steps that I've told above, surf with Google and type 'proxy list'. When you've entered the sites.. select country that you want to be like from. I recommended USA [people said it is much faster:) ]. Then it'll be showed to you the list of ip and the port. The format is usually where xxx represents IP and yyy represents the port.
For example before ':' is IP and after it is port. Choose one of 'em ... But dont close the window..

Note : Find the anonymous server :)

Setting your Browser...

Internet Explorer
      2. In the tab CONNECTION >> LAN SETTING >> PROXY SERVER,,give check sign for USE A PROXY >> then fill out ADDRESS with IP and PORT with PORT yo've gotten from the site
      3. Give check sign for BYPASS PROXY.... >> OK
      4. Enter the IP and the port >> OK
Then to proof is the ip worked or not,,, use the site that you used to track your IP before you using proxy.. If it still the same [the IP didnt change at all] try another IP and just try, try and try.. till you got it. Note : some IPs and ports some times have expired. So when you got worked IPs and ports.. note 'em. Who knows we need it some times.
Ehmmm... I've not explained yet the function.. Ow I have :)) As addition many hackers and/or crackers use this steps to hide their indentity, especially their IP address.. of course :)

Oops almost forgotten.. You can also use web proxy to enter blocked sites. For example Unbloockedsites or Proxbi or just ask our uncle Google.

Firefox 3

Three years in development, over 15,000 bug fixes and feature improvements, a new page rendering engine, remarkable performance gains, multiple OS integration—you could say the several hundred engineers working on Firefox have been busy. And their work has paid off. Speedy performance, thrifty memory usage, and, in particular, the address bar that now predicts where you want to go when you start typing (what Mozilla insiders refer to as the Awesome Bar) firmly plant Firefox at the top of the Web browser hill.

When you install Firefox 3, you don't have to worry about losing anything from Firefox 2—history, bookmarks, start page, search engine preference, and even downloads performed in the earlier browser version—all will be there to greet you like old friends. The installer for Firefox 3 is available in 46 languages, from Afrikaans to Ukrainian. The US English version weighs in at a 7.1MB for Windows, 17 for Mac OS X, and 8.6 for Linux. Installation is as painless as it gets—it took me about 20 seconds on a far-from-new XP system.

Firefox 3 looks barely different than its predecessor, but it's undergone a minor face-lift—in particular, the Forward and Back buttons, in combination, look like a sideways keyhole. The browser buttons and window frames have also been redesigned to conform with the look of whichever OS you're running—Windows XP, Vista, Macintosh, or Linux.

Microsoft Patches Windows Home Server

Microsoft said this week that it has begun sending out a patched release candidate of Windows Home Server Power Pack 1, which fixes the file corruption problems that the OS has experienced for the last several months.

Users can download the fix (Build 1771) via the Microsoft Connect program.

"We are running this public beta with the aspiration that we will get thousands of beta testers to help us prove that we not only have fixed 'the bug', but have significantly improved all parts of Windows Home Server with new features such as" support for 64-bit Vista, backup of shared folders, better remote access and energy efficiency, and support for Chinese and Japanese languages, Microsoft said.

Microsoft said it's confident that the new RC1 release fixes the bug, which affected "a small percentage" of users who used certain programs to edit or transfer files that were stored across WHS machines with more than one hard drive.

"We will not ship the final release of Windows Home Server Power Pack 1 until the community has validated our work. In the Release Documentation for Windows Home Server Power Pack 1 we outline a number of specific test scenarios," WHS general manager Charlie Kindel wrote in a blog post. "For us to feel our testing has been validated we need a large number of beta testers to work through these scenarios and regular home server operation for a period of time. Given the fantastic number of people who have signed up already (well ahead of the numbers we were hoping for), and how great the community has been in the past in helping us, I am confident we'll get enough testers. The only remaining question is how quickly those testers download the bits and start testing them. "

Once the scenarios are worked through, a final version will be released, Microsoft said.

Since the RC1 candidate is not a final version, users will probably experience bugs, and are strongly advised to manually back up their files before installing the new software. Microsoft has set up a forum to help users solve their problems; known issues include a tendency to run out of memory, and a duration of an hour or more to download the updated connector files.

Originally published on AppScout.

from : pcmag

Three elegant Nokias in black

It was a challenge for me to review three black designed Nokia mobile phones without their manuals.

The first question in my mind was whether or not their ease of use would be as impressive as the design of these black Nokia 6500 classic, the Nokia 6500 slide and the Nokia 6300i, which
looked elegant and captivated me.

When I tried the Nokia 6300i, it was easy to open the rear casing as well as the battery. But when it comes to the Nokia 6500 slide and classic, you may find it difficult to open their back casing.

NOKIA 6300iNOKIA 6300i

You may be hesitant to persist as the phones might break if you insist.

"A Nokia user may not be familiar with the way to open the back casing of the Nokia 6500 slide," a friend said after having a look at the mobile phone.

Despite the difficult start, I found that most of the features available in the three black Nokias were excellent.

Only the Nokia 6500 slide had a micro-sd card readability problem. When I inserted my micro-sd card into the mobile phone, it was not readable by the mobile phone. Even in the file
manager, the micro-sd card was not displayed.


However, other important features such as the keypad, music player, camera and video recording were friendly to use as usual. Nokia has been known by the public for years.

What I like from the three Nokias was the quality of the sound produced by their speakerphone and headset, which is superb. As far as I knew, it is not easy to find a mobile phone where both
the speaker phone and headset are good quality.

In the Nokia 6500 classic, MP3 songs are stored in a 1-GB internal memory, so we needed no extra micro-sd card as such a memory can save some 300 songs. However, in the other two Nokias, a micro-sd card to store MP3 songs was required.

The cameras of the three Nokia were also among the best in the mobile phones. And the best among the three was the 3.2-megapixel camera in the Nokia 6500 slide. It is more than enough to record good moments such as the current student protest against the fuel
price hikes. Furthermore, we do not need to shut off the camera to see our photos.

Because the three mobile phones are equipped with a 3G connectivity, downloading data from the Internet, or mobile phone chatting will be cheaper than a mobile phone equipped with only
GPRS connectivity.

With a great design, various features and very good performance as well as only a few difficulties in use, these three Nokias are highly recommended to buy.

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