These are the most recent forum messages posted by Jaden10:
Re: LG l9 is not LTE capable
No where in that article did it say the L9 was LTE.
Yup, Sprint can do that and I seen them doing that. Dish is doing this as a spite move. **** dish.
Like Android, WebOS, WP8 with a smidgen of Blackberry OS 10
I have no problems with innovation, it drives the market and people desire to have the latest and greatest. But forgive me if I am wrong, but didn't Apple sue the hell out of Samsung for rounded corners on icons among other things, Microsoft for the Recycle Bin. So with that being said, who is going to sue Apple for the features that scream Android, WebOS, Blackberry and WP8? I know Steve Jobs Quoted Pablo Picasso with "good artist copy, great ...
Still waiting to hear about Clearwire
While I am a fan of improving services. What does this mean for Clearwire?
Re: That makes NO SENSE!!
This is true. But Dish has tried the mobile phone business once and it was a unmitigated disaster. Sprint will still own a 51% share so perhaps something good can come of this. Personally I think Dish is doing this to drive the price through the roof just to puss sprint off.
That makes NO SENSE!!
Yeah, let's let one financially hurting company buy an other financially hurting company and have one big financially hurting company. Dish doesn't even have the money, it has to borrow it. Yeah this makes a ton of sense.
Re: What's that?
No Charlie Ergen, Co-Founder and Current Chairman of Dish Network. I met the man, he is a piece of work, and not in a good way. He wants what he wants and he will bankrupt anyone he has to, to get what he wants.
I understand what Dish is saying. But...
I understand what Dish is saying. But to quote Phone Scoop. "SoftBank has signaled to the U.S. government that it will let officials elect a new person to Sprint's board of directors. This person would be responsible for overseeing national security concerns." I don't know any other Non-US based company to make such a concession without even being asked to make it. Personally I believe this is a way to calm any critics down who may yell National Security vulnerability like Dish ...
You sure they are not talking about Apple inc.?
Wow! If I didn't read the names of the companies I would have been sure they were talking about Apple inc. Apple is the one who has been throwing lawsuits left and right on virtually every tech company out there. And Motorola is the one that got spanked by the EU. Smells like someone greased up a judges pocket. So much for freedom of innovation.
Re: No AWS HSPA?
It does support both LTE and HSPA+ 42. Read the detail under data. T-Mobile said it is going to support both for the foreseeable future.
Root your phone and install Cyanogenmod 7.1 and you will have Android 2.3 if you Google ice cream sandwich and the model number of your phone you may find a port of ICS for your phone.
Why would Google do this? Motorola Mobility makes not only Android phones, but also iDEN phones and Feature phones. Are they trying to become fabless? Or are they only interested in the IP's? Them again it could be cheaper in the long run if they have this contract. But damn, I would hate to be working for Motorola right now.
Re: A Hundred and Some Odd Years AGO?
This says one of 3 things. 1. They are seriously strapped for cash. 2. They are positioning themselves to be bought, perhaps by Microsoft as the rumors have been going on about. 3. They are they planning to move. Personally out of all the outcomes I hope it is the 3rd. If MS buys them then there goes all the other non-Windows Phone handsets (feature phones). If they are strapped for cash then it won't be long until they ...
Yay for Sprint, Screw AT&T
This is a good move for Sprint. I like that little company for many reasons. And as for AT&T, screw em. They are only bitter because the FCC, DOJ and God knows who else shot there bit for T-Mobile down. Fuq em.
And the hits just keep on coming
Be it true or not. A be it if LG is just trying to take advantage of a situation. The hits just keep on coming.
Round 2.... Fight!
You know what. This is getting asinine. I can understand if you want something from an other company. But license it for the love of Mike. I like a lot of Samsungs phones, especially the Galaxy S (1, 2, 3) and Note phones. They are really nice and face, and the interface is beautiful. And I will give Apple credit for starting the smartphone craze as we know it. However all this litigation BS they are doing is making ...
Re: Why Apple winning is good news for Android
I agree on all points. However I need to express a issue I have with the first part of number 2. While yes Samsung has been feeding off the Apple vine for a bit (at least in a courts eyes), the real group of people that Apple should go after is the SciPhone, IPhon, iLeaf, TPhone, Meizu, C002, IPhone Nano, Sect P168, Sect T5 T32, Cool 999, Ephone and IiPhone. Those guys go really out of the way to ...
Re: and EVEN modify its devices?
Even if they didn't intentionally infringe on patents owned by Apple, the only way to keep those phones on the market would be to either change the infringing parts or pay apple a cut of the financial pie that is after they pay the 1 Billion + they owe them. Personally if I were them, I would change the phones and then go over each and every new phone that they release with a very fine toothed comb.
I'm kinda Torn.
Yes I know iDEN is a old Technology started as MIRS (Motorola Integrated Radio System) in early 1991. And yes I know data on iDEN is painfully slow. However I must be honest, I used Nextel for 15 years and it is a good reliable, sturdy technology that served me well. Very rarely was there any issues with it going down, and the phones could go through hell and still work. I will miss iDEN and it's damn good phones.
Re: Good day for Sprint
Well, not really. There are several companies in the US that run a iDEN Network. Airpeak, ARINC, Connect Net, Spacedata and SouthernLinc. Which from what I have read plans on expanding it's own network since Sprint has announced it is killing off iDEN.
Re: Good day for Sprint
Actually. iDEN isn't owned by Motorola Mobility, which is owned by Google. It's owned by Motorola Solutions. http://www.motorola.com/Busines s/US-EN/Business+Product+and+Services/Two-Way +Radios+and+Pagers+-+Business/iDEN+Networks
Why such the low specs yet again?
Ok, I am not by any means a fan of Huawei, I have relegated them to the low end market. However it seems that their idea of low end seems to be static. The Huawei m835 for MetroPCS has a 528 Mhz CPU and only 139Mb of storage available to the user. This phone has a 600 Mhz CPU (which is NOT much difference from the 528 Mhz). WTF? You have Samsung and LG beating the snot out of ...
Re: Patent Wars
3D or not. it is getting asinine.
Re: We are Apple...
Na, that won't use Patrick Stewart's photo. They will just Photoshop Steve Jobs face on it.
Re: We are Apple...
Careful, Apple may try to sue Paramount to claim that line. Although it is apt. At one time you could attach that to Microsoft.
I agree. Instead of buying out a competitor and say it is for spectrum reasons. DUMP THE 39 BILLION INTO NETWORK EXPANSION! And get rid of the dead spots.
Way to go Sprint.
I got to hand it to Sprint-Nextel. There customer service may not be the shining example of customer service. But, they do drive home a point. They are afraid as are many other Cellular companies that AT$T may once again become the monopoly they once were in the "Pre-Breakup" years. And rightfully so. Nothing good came from AT$T being the monster network they were. And everyone is trying to prevent history repeating it's self. I applaud Sprint, Verizon, MetroPCS, ...
Opinion from a authorized dealer
As a authorized dealer I am happy to have a Galaxy S. Now as a Boost Customer. Why the frak did Boost want a casterated version of this phone? 2MP camera 117MB onboard storage. No 4G 800Mhz CPU. What the hell..... Sprint need to understand that while Boost isnt the Premier brand Boost customers will pay up to 400 for a good phone.. eg i1. If you build it they will come. (Field of dreams)
Re: Forgot my 4 digit security code
99 percent of the time the 4 digit code is the last 4 digits of your phone number.
Re: Text Messaging
I have to agree. my i680 (and this isn't Bull) got blown up. And up until it's strange end everytime I sent out a text the person that I sent it to got multiple copies of it. And let me tell you my wife wasn't happy about it. I never had the hinge issue, then again it may have happen if it didn't get destroyed by RDX. However this isn't the first time i have heard of it. It ...
Re: umm, guys?
I think it could. Blackberry OS 6 is based on QNX a port of Unix, Unix is very flexible. However while I believe it can deal with it, I don't think there will be much space left on it unless RIM will allow installing of apps to the SDcard.
One of the toughest phones that I have ever held
I won't lie, I am tough on phones. Between my job, tendency to drop the phone and being I life in Florida and exposed to head, wind, sand, salt water and exposed to Florida's famous unexpected rain storms. I have a bit of a temper when I am pushed too far. Was working outside and I had a awning fall on me and whack me good on the head. Well I end up chucking the phone against a concrete ...
Re: Latest version of Android?
I am a Boost Mobile Authorized dealer, I have spoken to my Representative and a few people from Motorola. There are plans to upgrade the software to 2.0 and then 2.2. The reason I shipped with 1.6 is because they wanted to make sure the Push to Talk and all the features native to iden worked before any upgrading is done. 1.5 is old. But because it is old it is well known with what it is ...
Confused about the rugged part....
This may sound trivial, but it is important to me. I know this phone is going to be a boon for Nextel, Southernlinc and Boost Mobile. But here is the thing. How in God's name can you call a phone Rugged when it has a ton of Glass real estate? Is the glass shatter proof? I would be scared of having the damn thing on a holster or in my pocket in the chance and if I drop it the glass ...
If wishes were horsed we would all be eating steak. From everything I have read and heard, Motorola has been working on a 3G add on for iDEN, but it would be a complete overhaul of the iDEN network. iDEN is based on TDMA, which is 2G. They do have WiDEN, but Sprint isn't going to turn it on, they want people on there CDMA/EVDO/WIMAX hardware. When someone goes onto Nextel/Boost Mobile and SouthernLinc they are aware that it ...
Yes the Sim card will work. Either way I would suggest you back it up just in case the SIM gets wiped, which is rare, but it isn't unprecedented.
Re: Motorola i680 Brute cell phone
They are Rare if not impossible to find. Best bet is to google it. Look at Jabra and Motorola
Re: Motorola i680 Brute cell phone
To answer this and so everyone can see it. You can use the SIM card but not the battery the i736 and the i776 use a SSN705D Battery and the i680 use a BK10. The BK10 is a Extra life battery.
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