Review: Samsung Captivate
Phone Scoop takes the AT&T version of the Samsung Galaxy S — the Captivate — for a spin to see how well it performs. The display and battery life are amazing. How do the rest of the features hold up?
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The Captivate is the finest Android device to become available from AT&T. If you're looking for solid performance all around, you can't go wrong with Samsung's top-of-the-line Captivate. There are a few things that prevent the Captivate from being 100% awesome, though. Find out where it falls short.
Since the Samsung Captivate and Vibrant are so similar, many parts of this review are identical for both the Captivate and Vibrant. The Body, Three S's, and Wrap-Up are all unique, but most other segments of both reviews are the same.
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To change the bottom 4 icons is easy
To change the bottom 4 icons on the main screen
Go to the applications list menu, hit the menu/options button, then edit- then you can change them 🙂
Its a bit difficult to get it to be as customized as you want, but it can be done- haha
I wish the reviewer would have researched that a bit more before stating "These four icons can NOT be changed or altered..." I know there is a lot of stuff to cover w...
You must have the Application Menu in customizable mode. Do this by opening the Application menu (with the bottom right home screen icon), then hitting the physical option menu button on the phone, finally click view.
Fast way to toggle swype/regular keyboard?
BUT, as far as a quicker way to change input types, whether it's the browser or a text message, t...
connecting to PC??
After some research, i downloaded Kies, but once I got it running, it said an update was available and then the update took 10 hours to finish and i had to go to work.
i've uninstalled kies and the drivers multiple times, pulled the battery of the phone, and any other norm...
I would just like to point two things out
Samsung, you clever devil.
LOL, it's the SAME Review........
"Since the Samsung Captivate and Vibrant are so similar, many parts of this review are identical for both th...
Just got this phone Sunday 7/18
so far i have Zero complaints.
I've been a blackberry user for the last 5 years and i just got this phone sunday, its awesome, still getting used to the touch scren.
As long as none...
I am currently using a samsung mythic phone from AT&T and am due for an upgrade. I was waiting...
No LED flash???
Serious question here!
Just got mine.
This phone should get a perfect score
It is a very nice phone that I would personally give 8/10.
The reviewer is wrong about changing icons!!