connect my slvr to my home network to use my home's internet on my phone? It would have to be through usb, but I know that you can use my phone to act as a modem for a computer, but what about the other way around...?
I'm ready(finally) to upgrade to a new phone and the slvr looks good. One thing I'm worried about it how long the battery lasts. I have friends who have RAZR's and the battery life turns to crap in just a few months. Do any of you have any problems with the SLVR and the battery(or other problems?) Thanks so much!
It took me a little while to figure this out but here it goes. The SLVR has two different music playing devices. One is a digital music player the other is the itunes player. mp3's you are using as ringtones can only be played in the digital music player and vice versa with mp3's listed in your itunes player. i suggest cutting down your mp3's to short clips of the songs since you aren't going to be hearing the entire song in a ringtone. i don't know how to do that but maybe someone can reply with a advice in that matter. So, without further adue, the steps!
1. Plug your phone into your computer using the USB cable that came with the phone.
2. open up the directory for the mass storage device (it always opens automatically on my com... (continues)
ive read in one of your posts on here that the reason i cant seem to send or reiceve picture messages etc maybe cos i need to hook up to the net..i tried to go on net just now and it wont connect..so i guess im not activated....
if any of you could give me simple instructions on the whole process of activating internet and mms i would be grateful!! im not good with modern tech lol
my phone is an unlocked slvr l7 which seems to have an O2 icon for the net, but my network is T - MOBILE thanks
I bought a new SLVR L7 (The unlocked non-iTunes international version) and went to the cingular store to sign up. They signed me up really quickly, and I was happy... until I make my first phone call. My friend, whom I never had reception issues with in the past, said to me on my first phone call to her with my new phone, "wow you sound like **** now, I dont like your new phone". ugh!
I delt with it for about a week, having MANY DROPPED calls... really bad reception, people not hearing me, me not hearing anyone... even at times it seemed like my phone froze up (kinda like a frozen PC when it crashes) and I couldnt hang up a call - I had to power cycle the phone just to get it to hang up one time! So I then go back to the Cingular s... (continues)
Hello im looking for a used razr any condition just not broke. something kinda cheap any color. i have a slvr and i want a flip phone i really miss my razr. i know it would be a downgrade if i went back to my razr but im really thinking about it my slvr is almost brandnew i have had a case on it since day 1 and i have had it since aug. if anyone has an BRAND NEW razr i may be willing to do a even trade. i know its not ebay.im also willing to take any other new flip phone for trade or sale with cingular wireless but if anything let me know thanks.
Advanced Audio Distribution Profile or A2DP is not available on SLVR. It is the profile that allows streaming audio from phone to headset. The KRZR and RIZR does or will support the profile according to the specs read on Phonescoop.
My question is, is there any hope or any way that there will be an option to upgrade the software for the SLVR to include A2DP as a supported bluetooth profile?
I am currently very happy with the SLVR and although I've yet to see the KRZR (clamshell)and RIZR (slider), I believe I'd still choose the SLVR over the two, because I prefer the (candybar). Anyway...I'd really like to go wireless when I listen to music. So hopefully there is a way to upgrade to A2DP
When i try to connect to the Computer via USB something odd happened. At first it read it as a removable disk, but when you open the root...there were no folders in the root. Then we tried it again, then the folders did show up, but we recieved an error when trying to open the folders or when trying to drop files into them.
Also...Itunes did not read the device. When the device was connected, itunes popped up, but the phone was not read. Same with Windows Media Player 11, it would show up as "Motorola Phone", but it would refuse to sync with the device.
I then took the phone to my friends computer where it worked perfectly...and we did the exact same process on both computers. Both Windows XP and itunes.