I received the phone from a family friend and went to cerizon and they can not activate it or transfer anything, Im located in the united states, maryland to be exact but someone please explain how would i come about activating this phone or getting a sim card
When in the address book mode, you CANNOT access the 2nd or 3rd or 4th letter in the book most of the time. After 5 phones, Samsung has duplicated the problem, with NO fix. They say it is a software problem, and the solution is when you want a number, just scroll through the entire book till the name comes up, or type in the letters of the person's name. Any ideas?
I am having a big problem. Sometimes when I recieve a call or every like 3 hours or so both screens on the phone go blank only white no numbers no letters and I have to shut the phone off and turn on again to fix. If anyone had the same problem please let me know. Also I would like to know which is the latest software on the phone.
I have one that is in perfect condition just needs the sim card, and another where the camera doesnt work but other than that powers up fine... Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org for info, pictures price, I dont check this site that much so They both include regular batter, extended battery, and charge
I'm and administrator with a large O&G exploration company, and we recently bought several of these phone for our int'l travelers. Some seem to work just fine overseas, while others disconnect from the GSM service after the number being called is "sent." Anyone have a clue as to what's going on? Two of my guys have had this problem in Indonesia, as well as Spain.
Its a multi-frequency phone. It is not the best thing since sliced bread! There are phones like that out there and Verizon just plain isn't carrying them. I'm almost so desperate for new technology that I'm considering a switch to AT&T! ..
Seriously. What is keeping Verizon from introducing full featured mobile phones - speakerphone, bluetooth, vga, etc., etc. There are plenty out there. They certainly are big enough to have Motorola and others produce phones for their networks with these features and more!
So forget the SCH unless you travel globally and have a need for the multiple bands.