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jewstin11

Apr 9, 2007, 9:18 AM

Worst idea ever....

Evil or Very Mad We've nicknamed it "the Pancake Flipper" becuase thats all its good for.
camaropower06

Nov 28, 2006, 2:32 AM

t719 ringtones

Does anyone know how to put compatible ringtones on this phone? I have been putting mp3's on it and they play and sound great but it will not allow me to set as ringtones. I got ringtone converting software and converted mp3s to mmf, smaller mp3's, and wma. The only one that seemed to partially work was the mmf. However, they are barely audible with the volume at max. Does anyone know how i can put mp3's on this phone that will work as ringtones? Thanks!
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schuser

Oct 26, 2006, 1:49 PM

Is it email only?

I've been waiting for this phone for so long, and it looks disappointing. The Samsung features are a bit outdated (no memory card, etc.) but I could live with that. However, there seems to be a bigger problem:

My understanding, from reading the reviews, is that the Blackberry capabilities are email only - i.e. the phone is *not* able to synchronize the address book and calendar over the air. Does anyone know if this is true?
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blsgalant97

Sep 23, 2006, 11:04 PM
over in the "Samsung Spring Preview" discussion:

t719 and Blackberry-Connect

I was just wondering since I will be getting the 719 once it comes out. Will I need to add the blackberry service to my plan to take advantage of the Blackberry-Connect??

Thanks
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schuser

Apr 20, 2006, 6:18 PM

World phones on T-Mobile?

This phone looks great, but I'm concerned about the quality of T-Mobile service in my area. How do quad-band phones work on T-Mobile - can I simply use the 850 frequency on Cingular's network whenever T-Mobile's network is bad? Would it be free?
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shinp123

Jul 30, 2006, 8:47 PM

When is this awsome phone really coming out?

the only thing i don't like about this phone is that it doesn't have an expandable memory so you can put more photos and mp3's!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! gosh but then again its cool and idk i might get this or the sidekick 3 so people tell me what you think.. does this have a media player? idk i don't remember
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TradeMark_310

Apr 30, 2006, 2:39 PM

Do Blackberrys have cameras?

I guess now they do! Ha, if T-Mob gets this it'll sell pretty good, along with the t609 that's not even on this site yet.
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fdb2006

Jul 20, 2006, 12:32 PM

web browsing

does it have other features of a blackberry or just the email part?? (ex. web browser)
jcheek

Apr 20, 2006, 10:52 AM

Extremely smart move

This is an incredibly smart move on Samsung's part. A LOT of people want a BlackBerry flip, and RIM doesn't seem to want to make it. If you don't want to make it, why not license your keypad and e-mail software to someone else and let them make it? Enter Samsung!

Awesome. Quad-band. Thin clamshell.

HOME RUN!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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FAUguy

May 15, 2006, 9:33 AM
over in the "CTIA 2006" discussion:

VX8300 Manual Up...

Invader J

Apr 7, 2006, 9:58 AM
over in the "CTIA 2006" discussion:

ZOMFG can't wait for Helio...

Look at the interface! It's so... clean... and efficient... look how many fields they fit on that QVGA screen - my Samsung with the same resolution only fits 3 or 4... wow... just wow. Bout time someone gave us something that could even slightly compete with Japanese and South Korean carriers.
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FAUguy

Apr 10, 2006, 8:19 PM
over in the "CTIA 2006" discussion:

VX8400???

Here is what I find interesting.
The FCC site shows that the VX8300 was submitted on 03/03/06 and the VX8400 was submitted on 11/18/05.
However, there is no mention of the VX8400 from CITA.

The FCC site says the External Test Photos for the VX8300 will be up available on 10/14/06, and the External Test Photos for the VX8400 on 05/17/06.

http://home.comcast.net/~dougsmithfl/vx8300a.jpg »

http://home.comcast.net/~dougsmithfl/vx8400a.jpg »
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casualsuede

Apr 10, 2006, 1:54 PM
over in the "CTIA 2006" discussion:

To Rich or Eric

Did you guys notice how CTIA has become more insignificant? There seems like there were less attendance, the venue seemed smaller and not many things were announced this years as was last year.


There was less hype. It was almost quiet.

I was wondering if you felt that and if you think that this is a hiccup for 2006 or an ongoing trend?
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tuolumne

Apr 11, 2006, 6:12 PM
over in the "CTIA 2006" discussion:

Future Helio Handsets (Samsung?)

Helio did mention they had a Samsung handset comming out in the fall after the initial push with a design that has "already been successfull" or something to that liking.

Are we supposed to start thinking SLIM A900 with more features here?
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UofDVZW

Apr 11, 2006, 11:32 AM
over in the "CTIA 2006" discussion:

Nokia GPS

Any bets on if Verizon will disable the standalone GPS??

I'm going to say that they will disable it since there would be a competing BREW program
muchdrama

Apr 7, 2006, 10:31 AM
over in the "CTIA 2006" discussion:

Jitterbug and GreatCall

Now after getting some clarification, I take back the snide remarks about this particular MVNO. It looks like GreatCall has done its research. And I actually dig the Jitterbug phone. It's pretty neat (and damn, are those some large buttons!).
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Blazers4ever

Apr 10, 2006, 3:26 AM
over in the "CTIA 2006" discussion:

RE: Cingular trying to charge for RRS feeds

I had to laugh at this. $10/mo for the "previlige" of downloading these feeds? I'm SOO glad they aren't releasing the N80. They would have destroyed this phone by first, disabling the WLAN, and then having the audacity to charge for RSS feeds.
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kingstu

Apr 10, 2006, 9:42 AM
over in the "CTIA 2006" discussion:

RSS Readers

The E61 has wifi and I was wondering how it loads the RSS feeds. Does it use the Wifi connection or does it use whatever connection is available for mobile data (GPRS/EDGE). Also, how does SE implement it on their device? Anything that avoids more data charges is as advantage.
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Sam K

Apr 6, 2006, 2:52 PM
over in the "CTIA 2006" discussion:

Rich, both LG LX-550 and VX-8300 support stereo Bluetooth profile (i.e. A2DP)

Here is the LG LX-550 entry on the Bluetooth Qualification program website.

http://qualweb.bluetooth.org/Template2.cfm?LinkQuali ... »

And here is the LG VX-8300 entry.

http://qualweb.bluetooth.org/Template2.cfm?LinkQuali ... »

Both qualified profile lists show A2DP-Source so they support streaming stereo Bluetooth.
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aviduzer

Apr 9, 2006, 6:54 AM
over in the "CTIA 2006" discussion:

That video does not work!

I tried to view the video of the new flash based verizon menu system... and it doesnt seem to work. nothing will play it right no matter what codecs are downloaded... could you either tell me what to play it with or change the format please?
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