I have a new (reconditioned) q9m that doesn't seem to detect the media card. I put it in the micro sd adapter, insert in phone, get a message "do you want to format this storage card..." when I select "yes" it brings up another message "this storage card cannot be formatted". I've tried a few different cards - same. Tech support at Verizon and Motorola are no help! Ideas?
I got the Motorola Q9C this week and I'm noticing that while I'm at work, I have very intermittent service at best. I am noticing that while at work, my phone's battery dies very quickly. In the morning it's fully charged and by the end of a 9 hour day my phone has died. Any recommendations on how to stop this from happening?
I have a Windows Mobile Moto Q9C and am looking for software that will set off an alarm every 3 hours letting me stop and start it (Friday afternoon to Sunday/Monday typically). Its going to wake me up so I need to be able to turn it off and it go off 3 hours later without a reset (in case IÃ¢â‚¬™m groggy).
I want to set a start date/time and end date/time and have it go off every 3 hours. Thanks.
I know it's a stupid request, but I really really want the lime phone from Alltel for my Verizon phone. I understand the phone industry fairly well (I worked for At&t for four years as a warranty exchange rep) and I'm certain it probably isn't possible; however, a girl can wish right?
I know they are merging (I noticed Alltel is now included in the m2m)...does this mean I should hold out for some of their phones too? Does anyone know if that aspect of the merger will happen soon?
I have the Q9C and im using a bluetooth with it. On my old Q9 it had a headset profile that atomattically switched on when the bluetooth connected and this new one doesnt seem to.. nor will it let me build a new profile for that. Does anyone know if there is a way to do that or to make it so while using a bluetooth text messages alet in your ear and not on the phone.. right now its doing it on both the phone and the bluetooth.
I know the GPS is locked on this vzw version phone unless you have VZ navigator, my questions are these:
1. VZ Nav is one monthly price, right? Not per minute of navigation? I'm looking at this phone w/o the data plan (or pay as you go since I only plan on popping online here and there to check email using WiFi). Other times when wifi is not available would be so few and far between that accessing the 'net at pay-as-you-go rates would be more cost effective than a data plan anyway. I don't think I'd use more than $30/month in data, really.
2. Should somebody come up w/the hack to get the GPS to work w/Google maps, as it does on the Sprint network, how does that work? Would you then need a data plan to access Google maps? (obviou... (continues)
A couple weeks ago, I replaced my Q9m with a Q9c. May not make sense to some, however the main reason for changing was the color. I couldn't stand the red case and the red numerical buttons were more difficult to see.
The Q9c works perfect. I tend to lean towards Windows Mobile devices due to their tight integration with Outlook/Exchange. For some reason, the Q9c battery seems to last a lot longer. With my Q9m, normal usage and using Activesync all day, by the end of the day, the battery was dead. With the Q9c, I typically have 50% or greater battery left by the end of the day. Not sure why this is, but it makes me very happy. Maybe its related to WM 6.1.
I upgraded the Q9c to WM 6.1 last week and its definitely an improvemen... (continues)
OK I REALY WANT TO KNOW WHAT ALL U PPL ON HERE THINK IS BETTER, THE MOTOROLA Q9c OR THE HTC PPC-6800. I WANT ONE BUT I DON'T KNOW WHICH ONE OUTWEIGHS THE OTHER SO IF U HAVE THESE PHONE FROM ANY CARRIER (USCC PREFERRED) CAN U PLZ REPLY WITH AS MUCH INFO AS U CAN GAVE, THANX BYE! 😁