Samsung Blast SGH-T729
Addressbook Synchronization and Data cable
Is there a data cable available to do that? Do I need special software for it. My phone didn't come with any accessories.
4 gig Memory card?
Software glitch in calendar & alarms?
A message will pop-up on the main screen "9 calendar events" and then I click on the soft-key to view...nothing. The phone will just go back to it's main screen. Then sometimes the phone will reset itself by shutting off/on if I don't close the slider right away, and had left the phone open.
Then if I try to go under the calendar section, click on "missed alarm events", the phone will momentarily lock, then turn itself off/on.
Any suggestions? I'm perplexed!!
The Poor Man's LG Chocolate? ? ?
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Samsung Blast reset code
1) power off
2) remove sim card, power on
4) wait for reboot
5) once rebooted, power off
6) insert sim card, reboot
7) phone is back to factory settings
What type of memory card is compatible with this phone?
AOL and Yahoo...
Is it recommended for basic phone functionality?
I'm not a very technical type of guy. I primarily use my cellular phone as a cellular phone. I do moderate text messaging, I rarely exceed my 400/mo limit, and I don't have much opportunity to listen to personal music devices.
Currently, I have the MotoRazr V3 (basic model) and have had it for two years. The only problem I've ever had with it is the dust particles that get trapped in the screen and make it completely impossible to view in direct light (I've had it replaced twice). Now that I've decided it's time for an upgrade, I'm considering a slider. I figure the Rizr would have about the same functionality as the Razr, and was just about set on that when I saw the fuss over the Samsung Blast. It's definitely sexier than...
Two major problems for heavy text users
2. You can't escape t-mobile's SMS-based IM system because of their infamous java-blocking. Otherwise you could install an internet-based Java messenger.
I'm not sure...
"The Blast is yet another weapon in T-Mobile's vast arsenal for these people (texters)."
"But unfortunately the Blast is not - a blast - to use. You should still check out the full range of T-Mobile's messaging armada if you're considering this phone."
Is it a good messaging phone or not?
Just don't like...
- Does it work well with the T9?
Is the T9 adaptive/does it learn words easily?
How does it compare with the BB Pearl's pad?
Does it address word dialing, i.e. can I dial 800-GOOG-411 easily?
You said the pad lends itself to two thumb typing, but is the pad large enough to do so, and can one-hand be done as effectively with a little practice?
"However making calls works slightly differently, at least from the home screen, because of the MyFaves application. Instead of the green send key opening up a list of recent calls, it dials the person currently in front on the MyFaves application."
The Blast has a new myfaves feature that allows you to minimize the myfaves by pressing the disconnect key and they will reappear by pressing the ok key. When they are minimized, the green send key DOES bring up the recent calls list.
Blast. vs. Rizr Z3 vs. waiting
so theres 3 choices should i
A.Get Samsung T729 Blast
B.Get Motorola RIZR Z3
C.Wait for a new fone
plz help me on this i need to noe im freakin out and my family thinks im weird cuz i go on oall day looking at both of the fones