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Top message:  No 850 version? by draveed   Apr 25, 2005, 3:23 AM

Replying to:  Re: No 850 version? by VR6Yetta   Apr 26, 2005, 8:28 AM

Re: No 850 version?

by draveed    Apr 26, 2005, 9:03 PM

My chief problem is whenever someone sends me a txt that's longer than can be sent in a single msg, they come out of order. The beginning of the message will be received second. Then the next part of the msg, which is always only one line long, will display below the first msg. Then the rest of the msg will be in a third txt that's above the first msg.

I had just gotten used to that quirk, until right now I was in the middle of a txt conversation and I received maybe 8 or 9 msgs out of order. What a pain to figure out what order they should be in and make sense of it all!

Then there's the phone book. It's awkward to use. Either I have to see duplicate names for each number, or I can only display the primary contact but then I can't call the other numbers without changing it to display all numbers again.

Oh and can you save a contact to both the phone and the SIM at the same time? With my old phone, the T616, I could copy my contacts from my phone to the SIM and vice versa. I can't figure how to do that with this. It seems either I must save the contact to only the phone or the SIM.

I thought I could ignore these issues but they just keep bugging me. It's a shame too cuz I love the keyboard and the phone is very comfortable to hold.

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