happy with my i320 i installed Tomtom 6. Installation was fine, but when launching the software (after the tomtom splash screen, which is OK), the software turns the display 90 degrees counterclockwise. The arrow keys actually work and I can access menus. But it displays landscape in this upward fashion and therefore is unusable.
I guess it must be tomtom that somehow detects a landscape screen and wrongly decides to turn the display?
It there a way to control how my OS displays various applications. A registry setting or likewise to control screen direction?
The Samsung rep today showed us the Samsung SGH-i607 "Black Jack" which should be hitting Cingular stores starting the 6th of November. The phone looks very similar to this one, however there are significant differences. The main difference is that the Cingular version will have HSDPA/WCDMA.
just wondering if the device is pretty quick with web browsing, i h ad a sidekick 3 but lookin for something a little smaller, and was wondering if i can install aim or something cuz i dont really use msn messenger.
I have been trying to find a car charger to use with this unit. Anyone have a source?
Also, I have been trying to access company e-mail, and need to install a certificate (dcrootcert) but the phone won't let me (something about not having sufficient security clearance). Anyone have any ideas?
I'm a big fan of the Samsung i320 which unfortunately isn't offered by a carrier within the US. IS there anyway I can import the phone and use it with an existing carrier such as Cingular or T-mobile? Below is an excerpt that may help, but doesn't provide much detailed or smart phone specific information.
"You may find that your particular GSM carrier does not offer this specific phone model. This is not a problem if the band/frequency of the phone and the GSM carrier match (i.e., the phone will work)."
"In the USA, the largest GSM carriers are Cingular Wireless, AT&T Wireless and T-Mobile. However, there are numerous other GSM carriers in the USA and world-wide that would also support this phone."
so i thought a while back the FCC mandated that all phones activated in the united states were required to have gps location. how is it that this phone along with a couple other samsung phones like the x475 do not have gps? wierd
Could someone tell me if I could have full access to the internet on this PDA, or would it be limited what I could view. Could I scroll to any page I want viewing the full page or just parts of the page. Thank you very much.
"Hey Guys, dya'know what would be so super great!?!?"
"A phone that's just like the Blackberry, but made by somebody other than RIM. I'd like a Nokia! . . .naw, maybe a Motorola. . . or howzabout a Samsung! Aw, but it'll never happen - who really cares about the Blackberry market anyway?"
I've been reading about this "partnership" between Microsoft, Virgin and BT to work together on a mobile TV effort called Movio.
Anyone have any thoughts on why MS and VM would attach themselves to a platform that plans to use DAB, rather than DVB-H? From what I've heard, DVB is much more likely to become the eventual standard... or, if not, then something other than DAB (FLO, TDtv, etc).
Is it just that they want to get to market first, screw the eventual problems?
Samsung i320 vs. Motorola Q Plastics/Build Quality
I noticed that in the i320 article, it was mentioned that the Q felt hollow and cheap. Does it feel hollow in the way of cheap plastics (like the E815), or just simply becasue it is light? How much better are the plastics/build quality on the Samsung?
Thank you! As you can see, I am very concerned about exterior build quality in my handsets. Motorola historically hasn't delivered that, for me.