Does anyone know how to sync the phone to the computer. I have tried plugging it in to the usb port, pressing connect to computer, going to the sprint and samsung website to find the software, even sprint support.....no fix. When I plug it in, the computer doesn't show it in the my computer screen. Using vista.
I came over from Verizon. Waited patiently for my contract to expire and did a lot of research on plans that would work for me, and so far after just a few days I really like my Rant. My problems so far are relegated to Ringtones and data files. It seems that if you add anything to the data card it won't let you use it on your phone - thumbnail images, midi files, mp3...nada. If you aren't buying it from Sprint Connect or taking a picture of it, don't expect to be able to use it.
I charge my phone it can be completly dead it will say done charging after 10 minutes or less, also even if i charge 2 hrs or more it will always have one bar missing, and my talk time is nowhere near 5.5 hrs more like 1, also my screen stays bright alot after phone call is complete just stays on the main screen,,, anyone else???
I've been using the MP3 player that is accessible by:
Home Button > Tools > Mass Storage > File Manager > Memory Card > ..
Then selecting the MP3 I want and playing from there. I absolutely LOVE it, and this phone. However I prompt the question since I have not been able to find any information or figure it out on my own..
What all are the file formats that it can support to be played? I know you view/listen to .jpg, .txt and .mp3 from there but I would like to maybe view video also b just copying a video onto my MicroSD card and popping it in.
why a flip blackberry? looks okay but do you really want to have to worry about hardware, software, and breaking it in half?
lotus? fashion statement, i dont think so. looks like the creators of the Scion xB got ahold of blitz and thought it needed a little bit of tweaking... still have no idea which pocket it would go...
one click? as long as they dont start restricting the internet and downloads like verizon its all good. looks like a good way to simplify the interfaces. now if only all manufaturers could agree on a charger design.