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Re: Using the Note as a GPS
May 7, 2012, 12:41 AM
in the Samsung Galaxy Note forum

Sorry, I hadn't logged on to this forum in severalk weeks. Yes, the Note GPS function works with no SIM card inserted. Both Google Maps and Co-Pilot Live work on my European Note without the Sim Card (I alternate between the Note and My iPhone 3GS for a phone). Ron

Re: Using the Note as a GPS
Apr 28, 2012, 4:27 PM
in the Samsung Galaxy Note forum

I use the Note as a GPS device while driving, with Co-Pilot Live as the application software. I'm not sure whether its the larger screen or the latest version, but it is a much improved user experience over both my iPhone and HTC Inspire. For walking and remote areas, I use the Note with Google Maps, and it works great!

Re: E71 set up with AT&T
Sep 5, 2008, 4:26 PM
in the Nokia E71 / E71x forum

Sorry, one more thing to do. You can delete the problem e-mail account from the phone. That will allow you to start fresh with MailForExchange.

Re: E71 set up with AT&T
Sep 5, 2008, 4:23 PM
in the Nokia E71 / E71x forum

Sorry for the delay (I hadn't been on the forum since my posting). For Mail for Exchange go to the Nokia For Business web Site (http://www.nokiaforbusiness.com/nfb/wayfinde r.html?region=Americas) and search for the software. For settings, try the procedure on page 126 of the manual for "Restoring Factory Settings". It may work, and it says that it doesnt erase your data.

Re: E71 vs E90?
Aug 30, 2008, 1:14 PM
in the Nokia E71 / E71x forum

I have both (got the E90 several months ago, the E71 3 weeks ago). The only time I use the E90 now is when I'm going on a short trip and I don't want to take my laptop, although as I get used to the E71 keyboard, even that is fading as an advatage, specially with the E71 3G that is lacking in the E90. Another use for the E90 would be when I travel overseas, since ...

Re: E71 set up with AT&T
Aug 30, 2008, 1:07 PM
in the Nokia E71 / E71x forum

My E71 is my third Nokia E Series phone in the past 6 months (E90, E51). All of them set themselves up virtually by themselves with automatic downloads from the Nokia web-site, once they identified my AT&T SIM. The only setup I had to do was to download MailForExchange and put in my server info. I've not had to set it up for any direct e-mail links. With the standard setup, it is WAY faster on the ...

Re: E71-2 Reception Issues?
Aug 16, 2008, 11:54 AM
in the Nokia E71 / E71x forum

In both San Francisco and Chicago, no problems with 3G reception on AT&T. he only problem is that when in an area with 3G service, the battery will not last through the day with light to moderate useage. I normally keep the 3G switched off unless I need to access the Web.

Re: Buying Factory unlocked vs. Carrier purchase?
Dec 6, 2005, 7:09 AM
in the HTC 8125 / 8100 / MDA (USA) / K-JAM / P4300 (Wizard) forum

From what I read and saw, Dave at Mad Monkey Boy has about the best prices and is reliable. I got mine for $699 with no problems. Try http://www.dweiniger.com/index.shtml.

Re: Buying Factory unlocked vs. Carrier purchase?
Dec 4, 2005, 10:43 AM
in the HTC 8125 / 8100 / MDA (USA) / K-JAM / P4300 (Wizard) forum

Yes, the 9300 looks slick. I found that the EDGE on the 9500 had data rates that were acceptable for e-mail, but a bit slow for web-surfing. The WiFi on the 9500, while faster than the EDGE, is slow for WiFi. The 9500 has a brilliant screen, and I wanted one since I am an old Psion user (Psion's operating system is the pre-cursor of Symbion). But for ease-of-use, Windows Mobile 5 beats Symbion hands-down, ...

Re: Buying Factory unlocked vs. Carrier purchase?
Dec 4, 2005, 1:26 AM
in the HTC 8125 / 8100 / MDA (USA) / K-JAM / P4300 (Wizard) forum

I just received my unlocked Qtek 9100. This is the third unlocked phone I've purchased this year, and I've not had any problems using all of the features on any of them. I'm using an AT&T Sim, and the only call I had to make to support was to get the GPRS setting (username "proxy" with no password). Similar luck with a Nokia 9500 on T-Mobile (all settings download automatically from T-Mobile) and with an SE ...

Re: Got it and there are a couple of let downs
Jul 19, 2005, 6:33 PM
in the Nokia 9500 forum

Actually, my understanding is that the PDA is always on (a la Pocket PC, Palm, and the old Psions [which the communicator is the successor to]). The screen turns off when you close the device, but the PDA is always powered.

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