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ROKR Z6 technical questions (PC connectivtiy)


Nov 1, 2007, 8:32 AM
Hello people,

I'm totally new to this forum so bear with me. 🙂 I'm also not really fit with current mobile phone technology. 😕

So, I need a new phone (my current one is a T68i, yeah I know 🤭 ).

I've got a few technical questions:

1) Is there a "USB Disk" mode, so that I can use the phone as a USB flash card reader? I need this so it will work with Linux, and it's also important to be able to transfer files between the phone and Windows computers without needing to install drivers (which I wouldn't have the rights to do on most PCs I encounter on campus). (Clarification: I need the phone to work just like a USB stick)

2) Is there a limitation on the file size or track length of MP3 files used for ring tones? Will a ...

Nov 16, 2007, 11:42 PM
1. Yes the USB mas storage mode should work fine. If you have a memory card, the phone will act like a flash drive when plugged in.

2. You can have a 4 minute song on your phone, but it will only play for 30 seconds (or however long your phone rings before voicemail).

3. No there is no feature like that I belive. I'm not sure any phones have this.

4. Yes Bluetooth will work for transferring Powerpoints, using the USB cable works too (and is faster transfer).

5. I'm not 100% sure, but it uses Motorolas own file system and structure. (I'm using a V3m on CDMA and idk if its the same on this phone)

6. Not sure, but if you need a longer one, any mini USB cable will work.

7. No, your SIM car from '99 will not work. The network...

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