LG Rumor2 / Cosmos / Banter / UX-265 / Script
Auto reboot? Is this normal?
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Bluetooth usage is horrible
You have to put your headset in pairing mode and then go through several menu screens on the phone EACH time you pair the headset with the phone.
With my Sanyo Pro 200, you only have to "pair" it once and then and quickly connect that headset at anytime in the future without putting the headset in pairing mode and going through several menus on the phone.
I just sold my Rumor 2 after 1 month because of this problem among other annoying things (e.g., outbound call quality is bad).
Pictures on MicroSD card
Mother in law has this phone and I'd like to give her some pics to tote around. The pics are on the MicroSD card and you can see them when you use the Memory Card Manager but not when you use the My Albums feature. It reports "0 pics" on the memory card.
Sprint LG Rumor on Virgin Mobile
phone decides to 'store' a message
sent is when my friends text me; store is when my phone finally tells me i have a new message
the time between sent & store varies from 5 min to 23.5 hours
its inconvenient because i cannot know if someone text-ed me back and the message was stored or if my friend just hasn't responded yet
i called the 611 help number and was told to turn the phone off and remove the battery for 30 seconds every month or two so that it can readjust to the system because traveling messes with the satellite connection
i haven't traveled more than an hours driving distance with thi...
waste of space
Music Player Issues
X_tc vs. Rumor
Pros: Awesome looking
Better screen than scoop 176x220 compared to 240x320
Chat style texting
Cons: Slow picture message sending
Top half of phone feels really loose when open
Decent call sound quality
So far so good
All together I paid 39.99 for the phone. They gave me a $50 mail in rebate, along with a 10% in store discount. For the price I paid, I think this is a great bargain, and I couldn't be happier.
I'm still getting used to the Sprint service though. Unlike AT&T, If you didn't sign up for a data plan, Sprint still allows you to surf the web and such. Whereas AT&T disabled that feature if it's not included in your plan. I guess it's a way for Sprint to make a little more money by offering the option of the service.