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Apr 1, 2014, 3:15 AM
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Aug 25, 2012, 7:01 AM
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apps and format

😕 I have a pantech p7040p, not a link, or link p7040p. I've been trying to get apps for thids phone and none of threm work when they said oitms fpor this phone. It always says,"format not supported." How can I find the right place to get apps for my p7040p? and once again not a LINK P7040P!!!!!

Nov 27, 2011, 9:12 PM
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PC Suite Windows 7

Got the Pantech 7040. Nice little phone to do all the basic functions. ATT said I would be able to link it to my computer. Downloaded the PCsuite software, hooked up my usb cable. Looked like ti would install the driver and gave me an error on install. Can't get it to install properly for the life of me. When I check under device manager for Pantech HUSB Driver it shows an error code of 37. Tried bluetooth connection. Got bluetooth dun to work, but PC suite software doesn't pick up the phone at all or show if it's connected. Anyone get pc suite to work on windows 7 with pantech 7040(link)? How did you do it. I just want it to be able to sync it with Microsoft outlook, and this phone would do everything I need it to.

Apr 29, 2010, 10:17 PM
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Google Maps and GPS

I downloaded Google Maps to this phone and while it looks very nice the GPS location feature will not work. What am I missing?

Also, any way to check email instead of the $5/mo 'Mobile Email' application on the phone?

Very nice for a non smartphone otherwise.
I'm having the same problems. I switched from a Treo 750, because I didn't need an extra $30 required monthly bill. I have to say for a non-smartphone, it's quite impressive.

I use hotmail for email. The only way I see avoiding the $5/mo charge is ...

Apr 16, 2010, 5:08 PM

Is it AT&T's software or Pantech?

I know AT&T always has a say, but comparing the software from a Pantech AT&T device to, say the Samsung Strive, it's pretty different.

I always figured it had more to do with the manufacturer, unlike Verizon (I'm not sure about their current ones), where every phone had that same menu styling.
Both. Yes, the manufacturer probably does most of the work, but with a device like this, they are building to AT&T's spec.

It's up to AT&T to mandate a good browser, good messaging client, and good social networking features. If they were smart, th...
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