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l3adams

Jul 28, 2008, 6:44 PM

Connector Manufacturer

Does anyone out there know what the part number & manufacturer of the high density connector at the bottom of the Sanyo SCP-7050 is?
aeronaut

Nov 17, 2007, 1:08 PM

Bluetooth DUN

No luck trying to dial this phone from my WinXPpro laptop. Pairing OK but DUN is not activiated on the phone in 'Bluetooth trusted devices.'

I've searched the web -- and gotten a run-around from Sanyo, Telco and the dealer. Dell sent me a new Bluetooth driver that crashed my computer!

Any ideas, anyone?
Dixieland

Jun 13, 2007, 6:44 AM

autonomous GPS

one of the many things that attracted me to the Sanyo 7050 was it's "autonomous" GPS feature... it can pinpoint and readout user location even while not on the PCS network.

what troubles me, however, is that thus far all of my poking and prodding has shown no way that the user can EASILY and USEFULLY read this data. i have the option to output my GPS coordinates via NMEA protocol over USB or BlueTooth. great... just what i wanted to do... bring a laptop along with me while hiking if i wanna see where i am.

is there NO WAY that the user can simply enable the phone to display LAT/LONG coordinates right on the display panel? even if some aftermarket software product would do it i'd be interested.

still love the phone for other reaso...
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norvick

Aug 3, 2007, 11:45 AM

address books/contacts-& ringtones

Is anyone else frustrated on finding ways to do contacts. It seems like this phone is too new to work with anything.

Same thing as ringtones. I have special ones I have created for my family and I can't find out how to downloand them to my phone (like I did with my Nextel I730.
pepsijunky

Apr 2, 2007, 9:29 PM

Reviews

What's happened to America? Why can't anyone write? It hurts my head to read this garbage.
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SprintGod

Apr 17, 2007, 12:17 PM

Nextel specs on a Sprint phone

Basic, the most durable phone ever made by Sprint, and easy to use. This phone gets my vote. Every time we get a new shipment in, these phones go out fast. I just had a company buy 10 of them and so far no problems. I'll keep this thread updated if I come across any problems but so far, good as gold. We are just starting to see the real advantages of the Sprint-Nextel merger.
 
 
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