If you have trouble connecting your V600 (mine is ATT/Cingular) to a PDA or Mobile Phone Tools..do not continue to bang your head against the wall, make multiple calls to ATT, Motorola like I did. CALL CUSTOMER SERVICE AND GET A WARRANTY REPLACEMENT.
Here is my story.. 1. V600 #1 -Connected easily to Mobile phone tools, PDA, etc vut developed a problem where calls would disconnect when I opened the phone. I backed up all of my photos, etc to Mobile phone tools and got a warranty replacement
2. V600 #2 -Arrived while I was on vacation at my location so did not get to try MPT or other Blutooth functions until I returned home. I could not get MPT to recognize phone, could not connect to my PDA..multiple calls, emails to ATT, Motorola... (continues)
I talked to Cingular today after receiving my replacement v600 and asked if I could upgrade to a different model phone since they have had so many problems with the v600. They replied that I would have to try 3 replacement phones before they could offer me a "comparable" model of another phone. Does anyone know what the "comparable" model is. Any help is appreciated.
Awhile back I heard snippets on some mobile sites (like phone scoop) that the v600 was being discountinued from Cingular because of some technical problem/s.
I am sure everyone here knows this already but being that I don't have the phone I never really got it. I would like to know, could someone just give me a brief description of what the problem was?
I am interested in knowing because I am thinking of buying this phone if I can find it somewhere. If this problem is a minor one and the phone works fine I would get it, but if it wouldn't work then of course I wouldn't.
Any information you can give me is very appreciated.
I think that I have forgotten my blue-tooth pin number. I don't remember if there was a default pin number for the blue-tooth connection. Is there any way of getting back my pin number, or at-least resetting it to a new one, because its being asked for whenever I tried to connect to a PC or another phone, via the blue-tooth. If anyone has an idea about what I am asking, I would appreciate if they answer my query. I also wanted to know if there is any way of getting around this problem, by disabling the requirement of a pin number while connecting to a PC or another blue-tooth enabled cell phone? Hope someone would have some idea about these things.
My crappy old LG cell phone had a nice feature that I couldn't find on my new Motorola V600. In the LG phone, I could store several phone numbers in one name and in the phonebook, it would show one name. In the V600, if I add another phone number to an existing name, it would show up 2 entries in the phonebook. I don't want the phonebook to be unneccessarily long like that. Is there something I'm missing? Thanks in advance, Lucas
i really dont know how much you guys know but i find it stupid that people are saying the the v600 has a problem with 850 and 800 is going to be much better etc. I really really hope you guys know that 850 and 800 are EXACTLY THE SAME THING. It used to be called 800 but 850 is a more proper name for it. Dont believe me? Search on this very site. You will find it.
I got the v600 T-mobile yesterday and must say thay it is a great phone for the short time I have had it.
I have some obseravtions on the speaker. When using the speaker, i hear some sort of crackling noise, which I am certain is associated with the quality of the speaker and not the network. Is this normal for this phone? I could live with it but I certainly wont be using the spoeaker all the time.
I've heard some complaints about the phone book how it lacks the ability to store multiple numbers under the same name. I heard if someone has say a work number and a cell number then you have to have 2 entries instead of filing them under one. Can anyone that has this phone confirm this? Also, are there any other cons to this phone. I am debating between this one the Nokia 6600, and samsung d415, but those seem a little too big and I dont like to worry about locking the keypad.
I have tried 3 v600's now (t-Mobile) and the speakers make a sound that seems like is caused by poor quality components. Sounds as if the speaker is vibrating or scratching a bit when sound is coming out. Is this common or should I try another handset?
I've problem trying to visualize a DRM protected video; i can download the video, and when i try to play it, I only can hear the audio, but not the video....the downloaded video is a DRM protected .3gp.....
Looking to trade a Moto V600 for a Nokia 6230. I have the V600 that I haven't used but about 30 minutes. I have always owned Nokia's, I should have know better than switching. The V600 is awesome, I am just used to the menus of the Nokia. I feel like I could navigate my Nokia's in my sleep and the V600 is quite a bit different. Nothing wrong with the phone, in excellent shape.