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The Samsung X-105 - Manufacturer known issue

by sunilsonia    Jul 23, 2004, 2:35 PM

I'm asking because I am experiencing a known issue from the Manufacturer with my current X-105 phone....and this is very much a manufacturer defect more than anything else.

I go into the menus on this phone to set the alam on this phone to get up in the morning and it just so happens that this phone has a multitude of selections to work with....so I figured awesome, let me pick the Morning Call option. Next I am prompted to set the time for the alarm to ring...I set it for 6:15 and pressed ok. Next screen gives options of 1 for AM and 2 for PM....I selected 1 to proceed. The final option to select is the days of the week to select for this alarm to ring in the morning. Two choices are provided: 1) Monday to Friday; and 2) Monday to Saturday.....I chose option (who the fudge would want a 6:15AM alarm to ring on the weekends.........I don't think I would!

Anyhows, build up the suspense, here is the problem finally. The frikkin alarm rings all 7 days a week no matter wihich option is selected in the end. It's so irritating, I don't even have words to describe it.

And so the story, I was wondering if this was the case with a specific batch of phones from this manufacturer or is mine the lemon in th bunch? If this is the case that it is a known issue with this phone and not just mine, then I was wondering if switching to the S/E T610 is a good option or not?

I talked to Customer Care and so the reason why I selected the T610 is
1) Triband GSM; and
2) cheapest discounted upgrade available given that I upgraded just 2 months ago and so if I wanted to swap out the model, then this phone would be the least expensive for my criteria. I specifically asked for a World Phone selection only (in their terms, phones that can entertain the 900/1900 MHz spectrums or the 900/1800/1900 MHz spectrum) since I face a potential of travel on occasion, internationally with my job.

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