The Nokia N80 came with 40 Megabytes of storage. Of course the Nokia N80 was available in 2006, and is very outdated technology. New phones that are much better than the N80 are available for free on contract.
I WANT to help me now my nokia n 80 is locked with out sim card what i can do now
more or less the same except n80 has wifi which is very handy
The Nikon N80 is an old model of camera manufactured in 2000, so it's not likely to be found in most stores. You can instead purchase a used N80 through sites like Amazon and eBay.
110 kilometres taking this route:Start on N7 WATERFORD (Naas Road), from Dublin, and then take N7 (and eventually M7) to M9 WATERFORD at J11.Take M9 to N80 ROSSLARE at J5; follow signs to N80 to ROSSLARE (and BUNCLODY).Take N80 to BUNCLODY.
I think the N95 is beter
About 120 miles using the N80.
I would say the newly introduced Nokia N80 would be the best since there has been tests to prove that the pictures turn out much better than competing phones and is fairly affordable.
The factory set code is 12345. When asked for your 'lock code' this may well be it. If you want to re-set your phone to the default factory settings, key in *#7370# then your lock code. Thanks
Just press *#7370# it will ask u "Restore all original phone setting? phone will restart." yes or no press left soft key then it will ask u "Lock code" enter ur code then ur mobile will restart thats alll
80 N 80 E is in the Kara Sea, which is part of the Arctic Ocean north of Siberia. The nearest country is Russia.
The average price for a Nikon N80 digital camera is approximately $250 for a new model. Prices vary slightly depending on which particular retailer one purchases the camera from. Additionally, one can check online auction sites, retailers who specialize in discounted electronics, or consider buying a used camera if they want a cheaper price.
Yes in TTL, auto and manual modes, auto power zoom and the autofocus illuminator will work.
i own a n75 and lost the guide also. at the nikon website, if you type in the serial # of your camera and state that you lost the guide you should be able to get one free.
Shutter speed depends upon available light, aperture, the subject, and camera settings. If a picture is being taken in low light with a slow lens (larger aperture number), then the shutter may need to stay open longer (represented in the camera as x" where x is one second or more, or 1/x where x is a smaller number). A picture with ample light could be a fraction of a second (represented in the camera as 1/x, with x being a larger number). Try visiting photography related websites to learn more about the art (and science) of photography, and you can pick up a few tricks at the same time.
17990/P1582/005506 - Idle Adaptation Limit ReachedPossible SolutionsCheck Fuel PressureCheck Intake System for Leaks (False Air)Check Fuel Injector(s)Check Evaporative Emission (EVAP) Canister Purge Regulator Valve (N80)Check Exhaust System for LeaksCheck Secondary Air Injection (AIR) for LeaksCheck Vacuum Lines for LeaksCheck Throttle BodySpecial NotesIt may be necessary to remove and clean the Throttle Body and perform a Throttle Body Alignment (TBA)When this fault is stored in the early VW models with the 2.8L VR6 (AAA) and the 2.0L (ABA), it may be necessary to drive the vehicle for a few days for the idle to return to normal after removing and cleaning the Throttle Body.
Evaporative Emission Control System Incorrect Purge Flow The "EVAP purge flow" faults are issues between the carbon cannister and the intake. The EVAP leak detection generally concerns the fuel tank to carbon cannister plumbing. A little background. The EVAP or evaporative emission system is a control system to keep vapors from evaporation in the fuel tank from getting into the atmosphere. The fuel tank is not vented, but rather the vapors are piped to the carbon cannister (usually located behind the pass. side front wheel) where the charcoal element absorbs the vapor. This is actually a vapor "storage" device. Under certain engine operating conditions, the ECU activates the Cannister Purge Valve (N80) which opens and allows the engine vacuum to suck the fuel vapors back out of the carbon cannister. This purges the vapor, allowing the cannister to absorb more vapor. This evap system has been on vehicles since the '70s. As part of the OBDII standard effective for 1996 cars and newer, it was mandated that leaks in the systems must be detected and reported as a fault which will set the Check Engine Light (CEL). To detect leaks, the system is pressurized by a pump so that leaks can be detected by a lack of appropriate pressure in the system. If there is a leak, such as a cracked vent hose, loose (or leaky) gas cap, poorly installed or defective O-rings on the fuel level senders on the fuel tank, etc. a code will be set. On the cannister to intake side, leaks are detected by deviations in the idle control system. If you have leaks in the lines from the carbon cannister to the intake, intake leaks, a defective purge valve, etc you will often get purge flow faults. My first recommendation is to closely inspect all the small vacuum lines connected to the intake manifold. The corrugated plastic lines are often the culprits, as well as the fabricate covered vacuum lines. Also consider replacing the gas cap.