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Oct 9, 2014, 4:34 PM
over in the "Samsung Freeform 5 / Comment 3" discussion:

printing out texts?

I have a new phone but want to get some texts off of my Freeform 5 before I hand it down to my son to use. Does anyone know how to get texts off the phone? They wouldn't transfer over to my new phone when I activated it.

Aug 19, 2014, 11:27 PM
over in the "Samsung Freeform 5 / Comment 3" discussion:

Screen Glitch When Unlocking

Evil or Very Mad
Randomly, when unlocking the phone, a black bar appears at the top of the screen for about half a second.
It started less than 24 hours after I got the phone, which was brand new.

I returned it twice under warranty and it was supposedly sent off and allegedly had the mother board changed out.

The third time, they replaced the phone with another brand new phone. I still had the old phone so they didn't just repackage it and try to pass it off as new.

I got this new one about 12 hours ago and it ALSO glitches sporadically when I unlock the phone.

I don't know anybody else who owns this phone so I can't ask if it's a flaw in the technology, and I also haven't seen it mentioned anywhere in forums or reviews.

I find it o...

Jul 1, 2013, 9:54 PM

Quit it with the Freeforms

Since,there are five Samsung freeforms available, I believe that they should make a different series or touch/smartphone version of the series.

Jun 28, 2013, 12:31 PM

Wow somewhere there's a warehouse full of this hardware...

...and it gets flashed by each vendor out there. I've seen this made by Palm, HTC, and pretty sure LG if not Samsung has used this once before.

It ran Windows 5 back in the day, and i'm sure there was a 6.1 version at some point too, from one of these guys. heh

Funny to see this thing pop up again with yet another vendors name on it.

Such a small niche form factor, yet keeps getting rehashed for use every couple of years as an attempt (or was) to get Blackberry users to move onto windows.

Fun stuff.
This is a messaging phone running BREW. It has more in common with a flip-phone than a smartphone.

Buy to make your text messaging life easier banging out a million texts a month with its full keyboard instead of the numeric keypad of a flip phone....
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