MotorolaV300 or samsungE715?
v300 Picture quality?
Is it possible I have a bad camera? Or is this what's to be expected?
Does the v300 work with att wireless?
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mp3 file type not recognized/corrupt
ive uploaded the file in the proper format (mp3 @ 64kbps) to various websites and have attempted to access the file via the phones wap browser.
i also tried transferring the file via my data cable with my mobile phonetools 2.x program. this method transferred the file w/o incident but upon playing the file on my phone, i am told that the file is corrupt.
can anyone offer any advice?? thanks!
Aargh! Switching off Call Divert on T-Mobile in UK
What I want to do with my Motorola V300 is to be able to switch off the Call Divert function for Voice Calls 'If No Answer' only. In otherwise, if my phone rings, I want it to keep ringing until I answer it or the caller stops calling. I want the Call Divert to work when 'If Busy' and 'If Unreachable'.
Although the phone gives me the option to do this, and tells me that 'Divert Set: If No Answer: Off' it is actually lying as can clearly be seen if you check the voicemail settings or re-attempt the task.
This is so exasperating and frustrating! There MUST be a way round this surely?
PLEASE let me know before my head explodes.
Phone Book entries for SIM AND Phone?
I've bought new V300 few days ago - all an all great phone despite two lock-ups, and one power-off when I was answering the call. But, from yesterday, when I want to activate camera there's a message "application busy, please try again later". WTF? Anybody knows how to reset everything, kill a task or something without losing data??? I wonder if Microsoft had its fingers in software developing...
Unplugging the battery does not help!
V300 RingerID and Text Messages
This or E715
Both Phonescoop and T-Mobile websites specify 900/1800/1900. Motorola website states 850/900/1900. Mobileburn website even calls for quad-band 850/900/1800/1900 which is very doubtful to me.
If the V300 were made for T-Mobile exclusively then 900/1800/1900 makes sense since it would allow T-Mobile customers to truely roam worldwide. However, if it were 850/900/1900, Motorola could sell the V300 to all 3 carriers: T-Mobile, Cingular, and AT&T Wireless.
I'm currently with T-Mobile and have some plan to travel abroad. The 1800 band is much more important to me than the 850. Please let me know what the tri-band is. Thank you very much for any helpful response.
V300 Gone from T-Mobile Web Site