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A900M vs LGVX8600 needed URGENTLY!


Feb 1, 2007, 6:10 AM
🙄 I've been researching the Samsung A900M (not the A900) and the LGVX8600 for hours now because I have to choose a new phone and a new carrier. (I know one is Sprint and one is Verizon, I'll get back to that in a second)

I really prefer the A900M over Verizon's 8600 regardless of memory and am trying to find a way in justifying the purchase. A few things ARE very important to me though. Even after reviewing this forum I haven't found a concrete way of putting MY mp3's on this phone and using them both as songs AND ring tones. (as well as MY jpegs for caller id) Please forgive me, if I overlooked it. I HAVE found a solid lead for the 8600 by using BITPIM.

1.Can anyone tell me for sure if these things are possible?
2. If so, can y...

Mar 9, 2007, 10:20 PM
well ill be glad to help. No there is no way you can set MP3's as ringtones on the A900m it does not support it. And about that sprint VS. verizon deal i live in so cal. and verizons reception is ok but sprints is great i also have owned the A900m for 3 months and in that time that i owned it it was ok. I loved it the first month i had it but after that it was just boring i mean i just got bored of it. i would definetky say go with the A900m sprints reception is the best. hope that helped : )

Mar 15, 2007, 12:09 PM
Are you high Ketchup? You can totally set an MP3 as a ringtone on the A900 and the A900M. Just use some software to play only your favorite part of the song and use this guy's FREE site right here to send it to your phone:

http://rumkin.com/tools/sprint/ »

I've done ringers over 1MB in size with no problem. If you use any longer files you're dumb cause your phone won't ring that long anyway.

I have had the A900M for a little over a month (had the classic A900 for about a year before that) and they fixed the T9 so it actually learns words now which makes it good for texting now.

If you own a Motorola Bluetooth headset the A900M will only stay connected to it for about 5 minutes than disconnect at which point you have to turn of...

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