My wife's new V3a is junk compared to my V3m. Very disappointed but don't want to spend $200.00 to get close to the same capabilites without having to spend another $50.00 a month for a "smart phone". $80.00 a month with Alltel now is our limit!
Wish we hadn't agreed to another 2 years on her service. Likely we will cancel this deal before the 15 days are up and go back to her LG.
Anyone know how to send ringtones on a message and once the phone does accept them store them get it to allow you to use them?
It did take the pictures but won't sync with a computer and won't recognize anything but an earpiece on bluetooth.
sorry, my manual was in spanish. is it better to save to the sim or to the phone, phone numbers? I plan to switch my sim card and only need the numbers i have curently saved when I am in America. if I saved to phone, once I remove the sim card will the numbers still be in the phone? how does this all work?
also, if I got some moisture trapped on the display can this be cleaned somehow. can someoine email me personally. I am new here and haven't figured out this forum.
Watch YouTube, MySpace Videos on your Mobile phone?
Hello folks, Has anyone tried out Avot mV (http://avotmv.com) or know more about them? I read couple of articles on this forum talking about it - supposedly they support Motorola RAZR phones now.. Looking forward for feedback..
AllTel, Motorola MotoRAZR V3a, EVDO Internet Access, and Linux
It was a long journey for me to get this much to work, so I hope to save some people some time. I intend to give a brief overview of how to setup EVDO Internet access in Linux for this phone, and the steps I took to achieve it.
First, contrary to popular belief, this is a very competent little phone. It serves my needs quite well, as my needs are few. I wanted good sound quality (Motorola has always provided this, even in my old T720 that I had for years), good battery life (this phone stays powered easily after 24 hrs and a few calls, and charges off USB when connected), bluetooth (for my headset, easier to use when in the car), and EVDO 'net access. The final bit there, proved a bit difficult, as I run Linux, specifically Kubuntu 7.... (continues)
One of my customers tried to pair and use dial-up network via bluetooth with the V3A and apparently phonescoop is wrong and it does not support DUN. I don't know if anyone else can confirm or deny.
And I'm sure the next question is why would you use this non-EVDO handset for DUN. Well, right it is one of the most affordable handsets to do this with and "could of" work fine for users in 1X areas only.