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kapwww

Aug 29, 2006, 12:18 PM

LG 5300 and Moto headsets...known problems?

I thought I read a post somewhere about the LG 5300 not working well with the Moto H500 Bluetooth headset, but I can't find that post. Has anyone had any good or bad experiences pairing the Moto Bluetooth headsets to the 5300? Thanks!
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PLaird

Aug 18, 2006, 7:48 PM

5300 ringtones

I need to know if you can save voice memo's as ringtones on this phone. Thanks
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sowhatsowhat10

Jul 25, 2006, 8:41 PM

lg's 5000 series

good performers but so freaking normal looking Evil or Very Mad
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schdp

Aug 18, 2006, 9:29 AM

Headset

I've heard the 8300 has problems with most headsets, echo to the person on the other end. Is this true of the 5300 as well?

Thanks!
Sueb

Aug 5, 2006, 5:04 PM

What's Object Push Profile?

I see this phone has Object Push profiles for vCard. What is this? I am looking at this phone for bluetooth ability. My new car supports the hands-free profile AND the Object Push profile, but I can't seem to find anyone who knows what this is. I'm with Verizon. Any help out there? Thanks.
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theyellowdart

Jul 30, 2006, 12:43 PM

I really like this phone

this phone is pretty sweet. the interface is lightning fast, everything i tried moved instantly. that always makes me feel like the phone is quality.
i think the features and price are gonna make this phone sell like crazy, plus the fact that it is a hair smaller that others like the E815(which is incidentally being discontinued.)
theatermax

Jul 26, 2006, 9:48 AM

Voice Dialing - 10X better than 8300

Dont know why, but the voice dialing and bluetooth are 10X better than the 8300.

I have both activated and the 5300 blows the 8300 away..

I hate this because I would rather have the music on the 8300.
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radioshacker

Jul 25, 2006, 5:44 PM

I can see it now....

This phone will fly off the shelves just like it's brother the VX5200. LG makes the best phones. I'm just waiting for the VX8400, VX8500 (Chocolate), and the VX9900 (V2).
Oh, the beauty of an LG phone.
Cool
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firefox111

Jul 25, 2006, 8:18 PM

DUN with cable or BT?

Is this phone DUN capable with cable or Bluetooth?
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Boothie

Jul 26, 2006, 6:12 PM

Some Questions

Does anyone know if this phone has the same problem as the 5200 did with the high-pitched sound that you could hear while talking on it?

Also, does this have the same option as the 8100 where you can turn off the power save so the external display stays lit at all times?
jdr30

Jul 25, 2006, 5:22 PM

in stores?

is this phone in stores yet or just available online? any date when it will be in stores?
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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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