Video Tour: T-Mobile Shadow
Take a quick spin around the new Shadow for T-Mobile. This Windows Mobile 6 slider uses a menu overlay to access most of the phone's features.
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Here is a quick video tour of the Shadow for T-Mobile. It packs in some good software innovations with a handset that is attractive and sleek. You can watch the video here:
Or visit YouTube for more viewing and sharing options.
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FIX THE DASH!
I am not happy with T-Mobile's lack of response when you have problems with their products. I get sick of hearing the customer service reps read to me the "i'm sorry" statement only to have me pull out the battery to fix all problems and if that does not work a hard reset.
Don't waste your time with T-Mobile because when you buy one of their lemons you're stuck with it.
Will it work on WiFi @ Home?
What happened Eric?
Please don't report mis-information.
Second, he incorrectly states that on most Windows Mobile phones you can change the start menu to list view or icon view by simply accessing the menu with the right soft key. He may be confused with a Palm. I haven't seen that on WM5 PPC, WM6 Professional, WM5 Samrtphone or WM6 Standard. I have only seen the ability to change that by editing the registry. If i'm...