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you could get the Nokia Charging Connectivity Cable CA-70. This connectivity cable lets you charge your phone while transferring data to or from your PC. It is especially suitable for multimedia devices that use a lot of battery power when downloading large data files.
N.B You will also need to get the Charger Adapter CA-44 to convert from 3.5mm power connector to 2mm connector.
I was in Hong Kong recently and picked up the following:
- USB wall charger (a bit like the Apple iPod wall charger) - USB charging cable (USB on one end, Nokia charging plug on other end)
I imagine you would probably be able to pick up something similar on eBay. The important thing to bear in mind is that wall charger needs to be able to output a higher enough voltage and current. Otherwise I suspect the phone will drain instead of charge.
>Thanks for that. I had a feeling that was the case. >Its a shame, because it would be such an elegant solution. >Never mind - it's still a gorgeous phone! >cheers, colin