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Nov 3, 2009, 2:14 PM
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Anyone know what type of ringtones are supported by the Clutch?

I just got a new i465 Clutch, and tried to use an mp3 ringtone and it gave me unsupported media. Anyone got any info?
good luck the worst glitch phone i have ever own i feel stupid for buying it
The clutch i465 supports .wav ringtones that can easily be created with audacity software (freeware). I will write a tutorial for this if demand dictates.

Jul 28, 2010, 4:07 PM
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Hard Reset?

A friend of mine is having problems with her Clutch i465. I do beleive a hard reset will fix the problem but I can not find any threads online that will show me how to do the Hard Reset on the phone. I tried the soft reset but it didnt work.

Just incase anyone has come across this problem before, when I turn it on the screen turns white for the loading screen and the "i465" sits in the middle for about 60 seconds and then disappears and leaves of white blank screen up. Nothing happens after that. No idea whats going on.

So if someone knows how to Hard Reset the phone or has come across this problem. Let me know.


Jan 11, 2010, 11:12 AM
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Keypad on the i465 clutch?

😕 This may be a stupid question but I dont know how to enter letter commands on this phone because of how the keypad is designed. For instance say i am using telephone banking and I am told by the operater to enter my passcode which is letters, and a letter in it is not one of the main number keys on this phone, ex. and "i", how do I enter that as a command? I have tried everything I can and I am lost. I am used to the keypad being alphabatized like the previos phone i had the i776.

Please help

Oct 4, 2009, 9:56 PM
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Clutch i465 - Good Phone but when are the better phones coming to consumers?

The Clutch i465 is a great phone, easy to test on and has great clear crisp clarity, however when is Boost going to come out with a phone like a Blackberry which offers consumers something a bit more?
i heard you can pop in a boost sims card into a 8350i blackberry curve. But other ppl say that u arn't able to use all the features wish someone could tell me if that was tru or not
you would call this a good phone i have had mine since aug. and i gota say everyday i want to take a hammer to it

Jul 9, 2009, 6:37 PM
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Mil Specs

This phone does have the Military Specifications 810f for dust, shock, and vibration on the full Nextel version. And it looks completely identical, with the same model number. Its hard to believe the Boost version doesn't have the same thing.

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Jul 6, 2009, 8:04 PM

i465 Motorola - EXCELLENT

I ordered my i465 Motorola about 1 1/2 months ago from Boost Mobile. I'm a 2-3 hour per day heavy user. The phone easily charges within 30-45 minutes. I do quite a bit of texting as well. Texting goes through quickly and promptly. The battery life for this phone is excellent, the voice clarity is excellent and ability to easily text using the keyboard is excellent. I don't much care for the Boost Internet as its a bit slow and sluggish but for $50.00 a month with unlimited calling, unlimited texting and all government taxes this is one really great value. Coupled with the i465, its a must for everyone.
I so wanted this phone until I had a chance to see it. They should have put a 2.2 qvga screen on this phone. A better camera, 100mb of internal memory, full browser. They give you unlimited web, then they should have a phone with a full browser, with ...

Jul 6, 2009, 8:58 PM

What an ugly looking phone.

Big and bulky..mistaken for a rugged phone but all it is is a phone with no design.

Jun 17, 2009, 6:49 PM
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GPS with any other applications?

Does anyone know if the integrated GPS on this phone is applicable with any other mapping service (e.g. Google Maps, Live! maps, etc.)? The Boost Navigator program is $9.99/month to use for the GPS applications. It doesn't make any sense to have a GPS on a phone and then have to pay a monthly fee of $10 to be able to use it. 🤨
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