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Jan 5, 2015, 3:14 AM
over in the "Kyocera Verve / Contact" discussion:


any chance there's a work-around?

got a verve after i lost my phone.

luckily i had my contacts backed up
in two places.
----( luckily, or so i thought )

can't do ANY data transfer between my computer and phone.
tried it on a friend's computer.........didn't see any phone folders labled music or contacts.
the only thing showing was the one pic i took.

there's no option on the phone for importing contacts.


Apr 8, 2014, 1:51 PM

Wrong idea

Budget smartphones are filling the feature phone gap. Stick that keyboard on a high-end fully featured device, where it will actually be appreciated.
There is a big difference between feature phones and smart phones:

They are not compatable with the systems that are used to mine metadata and so are a smart way to boycott big data.

They are stylish as hell; they are a phone, not a compressed...

Apr 8, 2014, 12:31 PM

A step in the right direction!

I'd love a great feature phone the way they used to be made with a modern twist... a great camera.
Give me a good old fashion flip phone, sturdy, great reception, loud ear piece and a great camera... I can text better with T9 than with a full keyboard.
This phone has a full keyboard. So, how is it "a step in the right direction" if you text better with T9 than with a full keyboard? Wouldn't you prefer that they cut out the bulk added by the seemingly useless keyboard?

Apr 13, 2014, 1:44 PM


I have honestly been looking for one like this!

Apr 8, 2014, 1:12 PM

Back in time 5+ years

Remember the LG Rumor, that came out.. hmmm.. must be just over 5 years ago ?

Looks pretty similar to this phone, and with the changes, it still appears to be pretty old tech in this device. For $125 too? I don't think so.
thats really not bad for a feature phone especailly one of very few if any that have alide out keyboard which a lot of people want

and if anything can get it from boost like mentioned for 50
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