I accidentally deleted several text messages that I really need to get back. I did some checking on google and it sounds like phones that have "Sim Cards" it is easy to recover. Does my phone have a sim card? Any idea how I would go about doing this?
Readers, I have had a Samsung 660 for over 2 years. I am thinking about purchasing a Sanyo SCP 2400 for better reception, and less dropped cell calls and less failed signals. Is this a wise move, in your opinion? I am on the SPRINT network. Please let me know what you think. Thanks.
This phone is slightly helpful to parents, but fails in ways that would be most helpful to parents. As with many products, there are marketing gimicks attached, such as some press releases for the phone referring to "full parental controls". In fact, the phone offers parental control only in the area of determining who the child can call and who can call the child. It also has the ability to limit the use of data services. Finally, it has a "family locater" service that you can use to get some idea of where your child is (if they have the phone on them). Although these options are certainly welcome, I think most parents have a problem with their children's OVERUSE of their phone. What parents would like to see is the ability to autom... (continues)
the CEO of sanyo should retire.... what a lame company.... not only behind on technology... but make insanely ugly phones.... and why copy a razr?! the thing is over a year old.... idiots.. make a phone that supports itunes or xm radio or something innovative.
aside from the lack of EVDO and only sporting a VGA camera, what else does this phone have? does it have speakerphone, music player, or anything else like that, or is it just a basic sanyo phone that was crammed into a slimline body?
Thanks to Amtrak, I was a full 90 minutes late for the event last night. That didn't leave me with as much time as I had hoped with the new phones. That's why there aren't as many details or photos as we usually try to put in our In Depth articles.
Also, my Canon camera is busted, so I was stuck with my crappy backup camera. That's why the photos aren't quite as good quality as we usually strive for.
I hope the article still provides some useful info and eye candy for folks.
I'm still waiting for Sanyo to catch up with Samsung and get (micro)SD, Bluetooth and EVDO all in one great package...
My Samsung a920 works ok, but won't sort my SMS messages into folders. And it won't let me add words to the T9 feature, which includes some useful common spanish words but misses a few obvious English ones. Starting movies takes about 15 seconds longer on the a920 than the Sanyo 5600, and if you get a call while watching, well, get ready to start the movie over. After you get done fast-forwarding up to where you left off, at least it has a rewind button to correct when you skip too far, unlike the Sanyo. But every time I've used it like this, its frozen the player, and I had to take the battery off to reset the phone. ... (continues)