What is an RF classification, who sets the standards, and where would I find these classes on other phones? A lot of folks that buy/use phones here (myself included) live in rural areas and I'd love to be able to quantify for them how well their phone is going to get a signal.
Does anyone have information on this?
Tweaking an AudioVox CDM-9900 - Anyone done it?
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Building a cell phone.
I was reading an article on some website about people who wanted to build their own cell phones and such. Is that possible?
I don't mean so much as in "can it be done?"... Because I am sure that if one has access to the various parts that they could BUT are there rules about such things? Do they HAVE to be regulated? If anyone has any info please respond.
unlocking attws phones
Anyone know how to create a WAP site?
On a side note, as a novice user what are the problems associated with transfers of this type?
Looking for phone with Wireless Village and XHTML Support.
I am looking for a phone with two required features:
1. Wireless Village (also called Mobile Instant Messaging and Presence Initiative. News article:
2. XHTML support
I have found a few phones from Nokia (6820), Ericsson (P900), and Motorola (V600) that satisfy these requirements, but most of them seem to cost more than $300, which is a little beyond what I was hoping to spend. I won't be able to sign a contract, so I can't advantage of any price-reducing discounts. If anybody knows of any good phones that don't cost so much, please give me pointers.
Thanks in advance
Thanks in advance!
NAM Programming for CDMA
Can I change the MMS Notification message to the Voicemail symbol?
I'd like to know if it is possible to change the MMS notification on my Nokia 6600 or on the Ericson P800 to the voicemail notification?
What I am aiming to do is to make the MMS message look like its a voicemail message.
text messaging app: how to receive msgs via a phone #
I’d like to set up a text messaging application where I can receive text messages on my server via a phone #. For example:
• I advertise: send a text message to 800-555-5555 to sign up
• User sends a text message to the above number
• The user’s text message is received/processed by my server side application
I’ve heard that this can be accomplished via a Nokia phone and some kind of serial connection to my server. However, I’m wondering how it’s done on a large scale – like by TV shows like American Idol. Is it through a particular configuration in partnership with the wireless carrier - or is there an easier way?
Got Philips phone? Please try this test
We have a Java game called Mayhem's Magic Dust that we are porting to MIDP2 handsets. If you have a Philips phone (like a 355 or any of their MIPD2 handsets) please point your phone's browser at http://www.infinitelives.tv/MMD/dist/midp2.wm l and try our speed test.
It is only 72K, takes about 20 seconds to download (in the U.K.), needs only about two minutes to run as fast as it can, and it will take you all of 30 seconds to post the "ms/frame" number here (or email to firstname.lastname@example.org)
looking for a San Francisco area developer
I am looking for someone who can assist me with putting together a wap website. I do not have a huge budget. Thank you, in advance, for your assistance.
how to install linux on Samsung SPHi700
does anyone know how to install linux on my pocket PC(Samsung SPHi700).
Thanks a lot.
Nokia 6200 from cingular has some settings blocked out!!!!
anyway the cingular version does not have it, and I just spoke to NOKIA and was told that CINGULAR BLOCKED OUT THOSE SETTINGS
so does anybody know of a way to change that, and to be able to pick other carriers,
so far where I am, even in the OFFICIAL dead spots (cingular acknowledged it themselves) since its in and around a city, where cingular does have coverage, I am picking up 0-1 bar of service, and still does not search for another carrier (AT&T GSM has full service there)
from the way NOKIA put it, ("CINGULAR BLOCKED OUT THOSE SETTINGS OF SYSTEM SELECTION...") sounds like, this plan of free roaming i...