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Jan 10, 2018, 10:20 AM
over in the "Pantech Breeze II" discussion:

How do I access settings?

My old phone has been sitting in a drawer for a few years. It charges and turns on but Menu only takes you to World Clock/Notepad. I can’t get the menu to access Settings or Phone Mode.
Never mind... I got it

Nov 18, 2010, 9:10 AM
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Pantech Breeze II Contact Listing - Double Entries

I recently purchased a Pantech Breeze II from AT&; copied my Contact Listing from my old Motorola Razr V3 to the new SIM, and put the SIM in the new phone. I now have two entries for every Contact:

One shows pic and name at top, and has five categories:
- Details
- Address
- More (Birthday, Anniversary, Note)
- Photo
- Customize (Ringtone, Speed Dial, Group)

The other shows “View Contact” at top, and has four categories
- Name (allows a single one-line entry)
- Number 1 (allows entry of two additional numbers)
- Group (allows selection of a Grouping)
- Private Setting (allows setting to ON or OFF)

Why are there two entries for each Contact?

How do I only get to one entry...
Finally figured it out.
The first display is from Phone Memory.
The second display is from SIM memory.
1. Press Down arrow key to access Address Book
2. Press Left arrow key.
3. Select "View Contacts From" and select Phone, SIM, or Phone & SIM.

Sep 22, 2010, 7:36 PM
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How'a the reception, does it get a good signal in rural areas?

Aug 30, 2010, 4:36 PM

But it's not--

--an Android phone!

On the serious side--I'm glad they still make these phones. Nice touch with the 3G.

Jun 7, 2010, 11:32 AM
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Why just Pantech?

This phone is a great help for the visually impaired population.
Rather than get $200+ unecessary smartphones, this phone does what a phone basically needs to do.
Shame that only AT&T has the contract with this manufacturer.

May 22, 2010, 5:52 PM
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Battery Life

I just purchased a Pantech Breeze II cell phone. I find that with no use of the phone, I am only getting about 110 hours of battery life. The book says the battery should get up to 250 hours of standby time. I am curious if others are having the results or if there is something wrong with my phone or battery.
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