Techs & Trends
Android phones with 640x960 screens?
I am trying to decide if I want to drop money on an Evo or a Galaxy phone now or hold off for a bit until newer, cooler stuff comes out.
Mainly, I was wondering if any models will be coming out with similar dimensions, but higher res screens (e.g., 640x960). Yes, there are iphones, but I refuse to buy those for religious reasons . Any news from manufacturers as to when such a high-res android phone would be on the market?
Also, since phone size is one of my bigger concerns, I was thinking of holding off until stores are stocking some of the folding display techs that are emerging:
http://www.concept-phones.com/news/folding-screen-te ... »
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I have a Nokia 6030b with T-Mobile. I always unlock my nokia phones when I get them using codes from nokiafree.org.
Well when I got my Nokia 6030b I accidentally put in the wrong codes 5 times and now it won't unlock. This is the first time in history where I have goofed like this. (I usually always get the codes right) I read on their site that I need a cable to unlock my phone.
My question is what is this cable and where do I go to get it and how can I use it to reset my phone so that I can unlock it?
Thank you for your help.
HTC Touch Pro
Blackberry or Symbian S60 3rd Edition
Why go with one over the other?
Thoughts or comments?
Thanks in advance.
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Help me find the right phone!!!
I need a phone that will do the following:
1) Sync with my outlook calendar and email from work
2) Go online to read Facebook etc...
3) I do not need to download music etc..
4) I do not need to watch TV or Movies on the phone.
5) I need to be able to adjust the fonts to larger one as I have problems with vision
6) I am a heavy texter and it doesn't matter whether its a ful lkeyboard, querty or otherwise. If the phone is a touch screen, I need for the screen to respond to fingernail touchs vs. finger touchs.
Thanks for your help!!!
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and i purchased additional sd card (4gb)
i downloaded music,however it does not save it
as music instead it only allows only 45 song
i know i saved it as my music but once
i check once i check on phones it splits
MP3 song betweeen my music and my ringtones
does anyone know why this is?
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