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Sep 15, 2005, 11:30 AM

ringer volume

The ringer volume settings can be changed using the volume keys on the outside of the phone, even when the phone is closed. I find that when I carry the phone in my pocket, the buttons get pushed randomly by bumping up against other things in my pocket, and the phone gets switched to silent mode once or twice per day. This often leads to missed calls if I don't remember to check the setting regularly. Does anyone know how to disable the volume keys? There is no obvious reason that one should not be able to inactivate these keys when the phone is closed, but I can't figure out how to do it.

May 20, 2004, 10:43 PM

I think it's great

Sprint was the only real carrier that didn't carry motorola anymore due to the redundant problems of there old handsets. Sprint has some of the nicest phones on the market. They are giving their trust back to motorola to finally build a solid handset that won't have so many problems. They did the same thing with Nokia, and now that nokia has proven themselves now sprint has the 6225, and the 3205 is coming by the end of June. They are doing the same thing with the LG5225. LG is now back in sprint's line up after a long absence. Hopefully the phone problems with LG and this new motorola are left in the past. And sprint will have confidence to get new phones like the Motorola A840. I see this as a positive step especially since almost all gym'...
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Oct 31, 2004, 5:25 PM


I was just wondering how are the ringers on this phone? When I was a Verizon customer and had the Moto T730, the ringers sucked!!! Also, when I had the phone on Vibrate and Ring the phone vibrating for at least 3 rings before it rang. By the time the ringer came on the call was headed to my voicemail. Someone please let me know if this phone does this. I really like this phone and it's actually a downgrade from what I have (Samsung A680). But I'm bored with all the downloaded ringers, that shoot my bill up when I go crazy with it nor do I need games or a camera. So, someone please let me know about this phone. Thanx
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Oct 23, 2004, 4:56 PM

Not if my life depended on it.!!!

I work in the industry and my experiance with ANY Motorola is poor. V60's antennas break, T721's break at the hindges and V600 software issue. Maybe this is an effort to make up for that, but I'm good as dead if I had to choose this phone! Sad Sad Sad

Oct 5, 2004, 11:35 AM

Kyocera accessories??

In one of the reviews, it was mentioned that some Kyocera slider accessories worked with the v60v. Anybody have anymore info on this? I'm looking for a desktop charger. Thanks.

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May 17, 2004, 7:39 PM

Kicking and screaming.

I see the v60 won't go kindly into that good night without a homicidal shove.
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Sep 15, 2004, 10:28 AM

Please diregard my review

I have now had this phone 2 weeks, I do wish to have anything good I said about it negated.
The display has gone completely blank, and the phone power-cycles whenever it feels the need, whether I'm on a call or otherwise. The only acceptable quality of this phone is the reception. Now a whole new can of worms... I have a business account with Sprint, so I called to get a replacement, I went through some serious BS to find out that my business rep had to authorize the replacement. First I had to find and contact said business rep, he made sure that proper notation was made on my account, and I called again. Things went much smoother this time...until, the rep I was speaking with said "Uh-oh". Apparently, sprint does not warrant this phone as...

May 25, 2004, 1:01 PM

how can i get this to work on verizon

how or can it work on verizon both Cdma.
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May 17, 2004, 6:47 PM

Hi retartedly old phone!

My God Motorola must love this phone heh Laughing
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May 17, 2004, 10:23 AM

Send/End Keys

Finally - Yes another Moto with the send/end keys in the correct "traditional" spots.
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