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Replying to:  Message capacity by edu_cast   Mar 24, 2005, 2:35 PM

Re: Message capacity

by dirtys    Mar 26, 2005, 4:05 PM

i hav a lot of messages, but usually delete them after a while. the phone has 4 megabits of data to fill between mp3's, midi's, sound bites, pictures. if it's close to being filled then it should state that. i am an at&t customer so i have to put the chip behind the battery. a quick way i know how much space is filled is to go to the camera and it states how much is filled, Top Left button for me and by default is the camera. mine was like 87 so i deleted more pictures. a note on the camera, pictures with brighter color use up less space then darker. the darker pictures kinda pixelatte, it's vga camera (old technology, bout 10 yrs. remember old monitors were vga in the 90's) so u kno not the best. i waitd a while to get this phone for the bells and whistles, after time i u know like most things the aw is over and it's just a phone. i wish i waited for the v710 (for the camera flash and more memory) or RAZR Version3. i got a few hundred games, for my phone and would hook u up if i can find a way to download them besides buying a computer usb kit ($30 for the wire, $40 i think for the bluetooth usb wireless plug in) and like $30 or 40 for the cd software then i could send games to the phone w/ out messaging. i don't kno how to message the games files to the phone w/ out paying for them. i got em on my computer, if u knew a program that would help me out it would be perfect.

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