Has anyone tried loading custom J2ME apps to this phone? I would like to know if this is possible straight from my computer via USB cable to this phone. I have developed some for my Computer Science classes, and would love to try them out for real. Since all "Smartphones" now require a ~ $30/mo extra charge for data service package, I am looking for a phone that allows loading apps without the "smartphone" requirement. Will the Propel let me do this?
If I set up my Yahoo! email account through this phone, will I be charged for use of data every time I check/send email, or is it checked over the 3G network. I do not plan on adding a data plan to my regular voice/text plan and I was wondering if I would be charged if I set up the email. Thanks in advance!
So I have the Samsung A727, and it's an okay phone, the keys are kind of hard to text on and the biggest problem I have with it is that I can't change the text message ringtone from the default options that the phone comes with. I read somewhere that you have to have .mmf files.
I'm thinking about getting the Propel, as I really like everything else about the samsung but am hoping that is more like the 737 (small slider) as opposed to the 727.
Can you set ringtone files for text messages? or for individual callers??
I'm currently using this device. I really have nothing bad to say about this device. Before the Propel I was using two blackberry's...I find the Propel very easy to use. Out of the all the quick messaging devices that At&t has in their line-up this... (continues)
...'In a massive oversight, there's no pre-configured option for Gmail, and there doesn't seem to be a way to add an email domain not on the list, such .Mac for Apple or any other personalized domain...'
ya....micro SD is very general when uploading music. the best thing to do is get a jumpdrive with a micro sd slot and plug it to the usb and upload using windows media. the speaker is pretty good on it. also offers stereo bluetooth.
I was kinda weary about the phone at first, but when I got one in my hands and tried the keyboard, it's much better then the Blackjack 2! The only thing about messaging I'll miss from my Q is the threaded msgs on WM6.1, but that's not such a big deal. So far, I'm impressed!
at least it LOOKS like the qwerty keyboard is a TAD bit wider than the Palm Centro, which is too cramped. That's why I liked the Palm Treo 680 better before moving on to an iPhone. 😁 (don't like the BJ or any other Widows phone, had the Moto Q) :evi... (continues)