Bluetooth and 8350
Maybe you can, and I just haven't stumbled on the correct 'mother may I' step for that one yet. 🙄
Frankly, I'm a little disappointed... my old VZW Nokia 6256 was able to transfer files via bluetooth with WAAAY less annoyance than this. I have a feeling most ppl are going to forego the hassle and just transfer files via microSD card and a reader... it's just quicker and easier.
But of course the downside is that...
Thank you very much for your input. On a side note, how is the T9 input on this phone? Thinking of adding a msg package, but if its gonna revert back to iTap (or something of that nature) and you have to change it back to the T9 for every msg, I may just bypass that portion.
There are two minor annoyances though:
1- The default text entry method is 'non-predictive text' (what Verizon calls 'Abc')... to change the default to T9/predictive text entry, go into the menus, go to Messaging, select Settings (left soft key/shoulder button), select Entry Mode, then select 'Word' (which is what Verizon calls T9/predictive text).
Btw, there is no iTap on LGs... iTap is a Motorola thing.
2- The other annoyance can't be fixed, sadly. With predictive text entry, there are sometimes multiple words that can come up from the combination of keystrokes you input, and the phone will give you the most common word, which may not be the one you ...
I figured out how you add words to your dictionary so you dont always have to switch to the Abc mode. Just add the new word to your quick text list and then it will show up in the T9 mode from then on out.
That's helpful, but still nowhere near as good as the Nokia UI, where they have lists of matches already set up.
Thanks for info though, should come in handy.
I just wish more phones did. It made texting so much more pleasurable.
GSM must not have worked out so great for you, that is one fully-featured phone we're talkin' here.
Still, I like the N95, especially that new black 8GB model. Sweet phone. 😎
An awesome thread for all this kind of info is this thread over at HoFo:
After post #200 or so the conversation starts turning towards BitPim, etc. Recommended reading. 😎