Hi presently I have a treo 600 and to use the interent I have it dial into my own ISP phone number and therefore forgo the data charges. I do not know anything about windows PDA software, so I was wondering if this had the same option of a network setting option to be able to dial in my own ISP and therefore forgoing the verizon wireless data call that I know dials 777 or something like that.
i'm using the sprint version if this makes a difference
here's what's bugging me and hopefully someone can help. turn your 6600/6601 around the back and take off the battery. see that little card type indentation in the lower-left-ish? what's that for? it isn't the size of an SD, maybe a mini-SD, don't know. but there's no contact points (except so that doesn't make sense. can't find anything about it on the manual and hoping that someone has figured out what it's for. i'm secretly hoping that somehow it can be used to add WiFi to the phone...which is the only thing missing from this phone.
I'm new to the PPC/PDA cell phone arena. I've been shopping around and so far the 6600 appears to be the top contender on SprintPCS's menu of cell phone choices. But, a question I have (that no one @ Sprint is able to answer) is: how does Sprint deal w/upgrading the OS that's running on the PPC? Being that Microsoft just released "Windows Mobile 5", I'd like to know if Sprint has a history of making available the ability to upgrade the PPC OS. Or, are you stuck w/that OS until you decide to upgrade the device? For me, it looks like it's a toss up between buying the 6600 now w/the (remote) possibility of being able to upgrade the OS or device itself later. Or, simply waiting for an indefinite amount of time for a Windows Mobile 5 device to be... (continues)
I just got the pda yesterday. I was at work and using it I thought it had at least a 3 hour batter on it. And for some reason It seamed mine went in about 2 hours. I had the back lite on the lowest setting any help would be good. 😢