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hcarrero

Aug 3, 2014, 2:45 PM

LTE

How I turn on the LTE on my panthec breakout....it keep turning off is frustrating Confused PLEASE HELP...Thanks
terrydo

Mar 24, 2012, 8:14 PM

Photo in text message

How to move a photo in a text message
scifiintel

Dec 12, 2011, 3:32 PM

Calendar is not working on Pantech Breakout.

I've talked to two customers so far with the Pantech Breakout where their calendar is not working. In the accounts section it seems like there is not a way to sync your calendar with Google Calendars.

Any known solution to this problem or any more information about this problem would be greatly appreciated.

A smart phone without a calendar is kind of an oxymoron. Smile Supposedly the first phone considered a smart phone was in like the early 90's by IBM an it had a calendar.

Thanks for all of the help.
mkl4466

Oct 1, 2011, 10:00 PM
over in the "Review: Pantech Breakout for Verizon Wireless" discussion:

highly customizable

One thing that was touched on in the review, but more there's more that can be said, is the high level of customization available with this phone. Everyone complains about bloatware, and this phone comes with its fair share. However, you CAN easily hide any app you want from the launcher page, so even though you can't uninstall the Verizon bloat apps, you don't ever have to look at them when you bring up your app list. Also, there are some nice widgets included, including a few that borrow from HTC Sense, such as a scrollable calendar. You can also delete entire homescreen pages, like you can with Samsung Touchwiz overlay, so if you don't need all 7 pages you can reduce down to as few as 1 if you choose.
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mkl4466

Sep 21, 2011, 9:42 AM

Great choice for a tight budget

Expect this to be a great selling device. much more affordable than the other 4g phones. Some nice touches are included, such as a physical camera key and voice dial key on the sides. Those are both missing from higher class phones right now. The screen is a great size, same as the incredible 2, so you get lots of screen space without making the phone too massive. Speaker won't fill an entire room. but is loud enough to hear a video playing. Comes with a few nice widgets, such as a calendar, which nobody else but HTC puts in their phones. Gingerbread runs well. Didn't notice any lag. Scored pretty well in browsermark, low 40's, about even with the revolution in that regard, with both the stock browser and dolphin. Lock screen Flash content l...
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Jayshmay

Sep 19, 2011, 9:12 AM
over in the "Pantech Breakout Boasts LTE for Verizon Wireless" discussion:

This marks LTE smartphone #4 that lacks a real slideout keyboard!!!!!!!!

Verizon continues, and continues to refuse to provide choice to the market. This is the 4th LTE smartphone that lacks a real, physical, slideout keyboard. It's really frustrating!!!
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ajac09

Sep 19, 2011, 8:53 AM
over in the "Pantech Breakout Boasts LTE for Verizon Wireless" discussion:

Pantech

Just sounds weird making android phones. This is number 2 and I am still not used to the idea.
 
 
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