I was wondering if anyone could tell me if this phone uses hidden data like updating or the like, I have a palm pixi and I would rather have just a simple phone that I can maybe email once in a while or maybe go on the net every now and then. I text and talk basically the palm does not have a voice record that I miss, my niece and nephew send me songs they sing and I use them for ring tones I can't without going on my computer and going through a bunch of junk. Thanks
I have a replacement for a defective phone that I received from Verizon. I can't remember how to make the iTAPEng the default mode for entering text. I know that's how it was set on my old phone, but I can't seem to set it that way on the replacement. Is it possible? If so, how do I do it?
Can anyone confirm whether or not the "Entice" will voice dial over a Bluetooth headset? My sister has the phone and was told by someone in a Verizon store that you cannot initiate a call from the headset. In other words, you can't just push the headset button and say "call so and so". That doesn't sound correct.
I have an 05 TL and currently have the old classic Moto E815. Looking to get a new phone. The Entice is enticing to me: basic, small.
Anyone know if it is compatible with Acura bluetooth? It's not listed as tested on Acura's handsfree link site, nor is it listed as pending testing, nor could I find anything on other sites with a Google search. Any help/feedback would be appreciated!
read one review that the vibrate feature didn't work vy well (wasn't very strong), the writer missed a lot of calls when phone was set to vibrate. I need vibrate setting daily, can't afford to miss calls when phone is set on vibrate (and in a holster). I have the w755 now, vibrate works fine. Anyone have any experience with this?
My experience with the W755 was abysmal. Horrific battery life, sluggish UI with an annoying delay when pushing buttons (and personally, I hate iTap, prefer LG's Word).
Is this really better? I even had to buy the extended battery for a Verizon-cynical-gouging price of $59!
I'm in the market for a quality, no-frills flip phone still, however, which the industry seems to be moving away from in favor of teeny keyboards and other junk that distract from the fact the actual phone functionality is in the toilet.
The only issue I have with the Motorola Entice is the voice recording feature. In the past (with LG phones) you could record your callers voice during a call. Very convenient when you are driving, for example, and cannot write down the information the caller is providing.
On the Entice, only YOUR voice is recorded during a call. I know this isn't a major problem but just wondering if anyone shares my thought on this.
I just got this phone and I really like it. With one exception: I don't completely have the hang of iTAP texting yet. With my old Nokia phone, I used T9 mode, and the 0 key allowed me to cycle through the options that T9 offered. For example, typing 6 followed by 3 would offer me the word "of" first, and when I hit the 0 (zero) key, it offered "me" next.
Is there a way to cycle through the offered matches with iTAP on the W766? The zero key does not do it, and the owners manual does not talk about this. Thanks!