the mm7500 (and the mm9000) can add gps data to the exif file when you take a picture. these are the first phones in the US with this capability. cdma phones in japan have been doing this for years and they have some really neat photo services over there that let you organize your photos by where you took them.
on the mm7500 this option is turned off by default. here's how to turn it on:
1. from the main menu, select "pictures". do NOT use the camera button shortcut 2. scroll down and select "settings & info" 3. select "location" 4. you'll notice it's set to off. set to "on" by pressing the select key while on is highlighted. 5. you're done!
now all the pictures you take will have a gps tag in the exif data.
Sprint Stores and Telesales indicate a new Sanyo phone is coming next week in Feb. Hopefully a new top of the line or rugged model. Anyone heard anything? A sprint rep said something about a Sanyo 3100 also in March or April.
I have had a sanyo 5600 for a while but wanted "something new" bought a A900 too small, battery, etc. Got a deal on a 7500 but smaller than 5600 but a couple of addl features like voice txt, better display (but smaller). Got a "new refurb" 5600 via insurance. Love the size, internal and external screens, and memory of 5600 but not as advance as 7500. Power vision not available in my area and have an unlimited vision plan which i use to check scores, occassional email and weather. But i am a gadget person. Trying to decide if i should sell one or both phones...Looking for ANY input. Thank you for your help!!!
I NEED HELP I CAN'T DECIDE BETWEEN THE SANYO MM-7500 OR THE SAMSUNG A-920. I NEED HELP!!!!!! I AM WORRIED ABOUT THE HORRORS OF THE SAMSUNGS RECEPTION BUT IT DOES HAVE NICE FEATURES. I CURRENTLY HAVE A SANYO VI-2300 WHICH IS COOL OTHER THAN NO EXTRA FEATURES.
Check out 3gtoday for cdma devices throughout the world. Unfortunately, unlike phonescoop, there are no forums, no reviews, and purchasing these handsets in not an option. Sanyo has some neat stuff there, havent seen the 6600 though
I have just purchased the mm7500 yesterday. I would like to know if there is a way to download pictures and/or videos to a PC. I previously owned a Sanyo VM4500 and was able to do this with the Snap software.
I know that this questions has been asked many times and the software has been updated to help with connectivity, but when I've been able to transfer mp3's from my PC to my 7500, but cannot locate where they went. Any help ?
This phone now retails for $299.99 vs. $379.99. A good move on Sprint's part to get this quality EVDO device out there. The smallish-screen, lack of card slot and no Bluetooth are the only drawbacks, although those are pretty big. If you don't care about these features, this is the perfect phone for you!
I have a sprint sanyo 8200 currently downgraded from a sanyo 8300 because the 8300 did not allow me to connect to the internet via data cable on my laptop. I was curious if the new Sanyo 7500 works with a data cable and laptop setup.