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Oct 8, 2012, 8:29 PM
over in the "ZTE Chorus" discussion:

Talk to text on the phone!

Maybe it is just me, but i would like to have the talk to text function on this phone if i need to download something or if this product knows how to activate it let me know!

Dec 8, 2011, 5:26 PM

Can browse WAP 2.0?

I agree that too many key features are missing from this phone to make it workable.

As a fallback, does my Cricket mobile web access (not 3G, just PayGo mobile web access) have any use for browsing on this phone? In other words, is the browser compatible with that sort of data access?

I'll try to add more detail since I am unfamiliar with the precise terms -- the mobile web access that Cricket provides is text-based, I think, and is usually surfed via Openwave browsers, and is text-based, I think.
Rich Brome

Nov 9, 2011, 1:19 PM


So what do people think of this Android-but-not type of phone? I think it's fascinating, personally. Google has put this powerful software out there, as open-source, so manufacturers can do whatever they want with it. It's a great way to quickly and easily put out a very powerful feature phone, leveraging existing in-house talent for developing Android hardware and software.

I wonder why we don't see more phones like this. It's win-win. Manufacturers can make much better feature phones for far less development cost. It makes it easier for carriers, too, who can put their custom carrier apps on phones like this, re-using most of the code they use for their full Android phones.
I get that it would make for an extremely robust feature phone, but I don't really get the purpose in removing features like the Android market. Is it so they can put cheaper hardware into the device without having to worry about compatibility? Or doe...
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