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Top message:  A900M vs LGVX8600 needed URGENTLY! by Black-Tooth-Grin   Feb 1, 2007, 6:10 AM

Replying to:  Re: A900M vs LGVX8600 needed URGENTLY! by ketchup   Mar 9, 2007, 10:20 PM

Re: A900M vs LGVX8600 needed URGENTLY!

by dnask8    Mar 15, 2007, 12:09 PM

Are you high Ketchup? You can totally set an MP3 as a ringtone on the A900 and the A900M. Just use some software to play only your favorite part of the song and use this guy's FREE site right here to send it to your phone: »

I've done ringers over 1MB in size with no problem. If you use any longer files you're dumb cause your phone won't ring that long anyway.

I have had the A900M for a little over a month (had the classic A900 for about a year before that) and they fixed the T9 so it actually learns words now which makes it good for texting now.

If you own a Motorola Bluetooth headset the A900M will only stay connected to it for about 5 minutes than disconnect at which point you have to turn off your A900M (not the headset, the actual phone) to get it to re-pair. I've heard stories ofother brands working fine but I done feel like testing it. And AI bet my last dollar that sprint and samsung don't give a crap about the problem enough to release a software update to fix it.

I live in SoCal too and Sprint does alright here. They claim to most powerful network in the area, but I don't know about that. I have only half service sitting in my home in Beverly Hills and when I drive out towards the hills like I'm going into the valley there is NO service at all.

There are better phones, with memory card slots available on both networks. My girl just got the M500 which has a crappy screen but the same features as the A900M with a meemorycard slot. And it's smaller too. Screen sucks though.

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