You can use TCPMP for youtube http://ppc-resource.blogspot.c...-plugin.html
However you can watch FLV format or use a plug-in like Orb to view YouTube.
How do you do that ?
if u can post a link or explain
God bless you for your Help
To CHNAGE Main screen choices
Click - START
Click - SETTINGS
Click - TODAY (Icon of Home is made in At&t 8925)
& change to diff kinds by clicking -BEAM
Has any one figured out if windows mobile 6.0 support arabic text? I am not able to browse arabic website. help please.
How do you change the main screen choices?
YYgl - please do not comment on here when you obviously don't know what you are talking about. I own the phone so let me clear up some things
You say no TomTom - you are wrong, it ships with TomTom Navigator 6 and has built in GPS.
You say you can’t operate it with one hand while driving – first off you’re not supposed to operate your phone while driving!!! Secondly, you do not need the stylus for the majority of standard functions (dialing, accessing contacts, etc.) It come with TouchFlo technology so you can just use your finger for many things.
You say you can’t watch YouTube – not entirely correct. Yes, you can’t watch the 3GP video format of YouTube. However you can watch FLV format or use a plug-in like Orb to view YouTube.
You say Windows is slow – again not entirely correct. The speed depends on the processor speed of the device. This phone’s processor is 400 MHz and provides more than satisfactory speeds.
If you just personally prefer a Nokia device then fine, just way that. But do not post incorrect technical information you do not know about or have not researched.
Nokia Screen res is also BETTER
& At&t Tilt/Htc has low & same lacklustre screen that cannot even handle bright sunligt
How does it beat NOKIA ???
- u cant listen to Music & Video audio on ur same bluetooth headset(such a pain)
- u cant work with 1 hand when ur driving (cos mostly need styler)
- u cant see youtube :(
- no Tom Tom (which would have been nice)
- Symbian does freez much like Windos & is slower
Sandra, I have had almost all the top of the range nokias but nothing to march the tytn.As i am writing i am putting the Tytn against Nokia N95 but they are just not in the same league.We all know as of now there is nothing to beat the N95 in the nokia range( it is also a wonderful device)but one to one the Tytn beats the nokia hands down!
Got this phone on Friday (the Vodafone branded version) after getting fed up of waiting for the oft-promised Nokia E90. It's excellent. Good software, good functions, sensitive (but not over-sensitive) touch screen, good battery life... on the odd occasion when I notice some limitations, I simply remind myself that it's only a relatively small mobile phone after all. Any business users who find it limited probably really need an ultra-mobile PC instead. PS, I'd still like to test this against the E90, but maybe I'll wait until Nokia gets its act together enough to launch an E90i or an E100!!!
KP79, what are you talking about? Are you suggesting we cannot discuss technical matters on this site? When a phone comes out it has to be critically appraised: good points and bad points; not exalted to the point of worship. We are allowed to exchange ideas without people like you attempting to restrict discussion. That is why GsmArena is successful. They encourage discussion. Pointing out what one would like to see in a phone is not bashing. Why don't you form your own site. Nobody would post in it because you are too restrictive!
PJOX, you are am avid supporter of TyTN II. It is commendable; every company loves a staunch supporter but let it not blind you to the limitations of the device. The Qualcomm processor cannot be that great because HTC could not successfully implement VGA res with 262144 colour palette. It is obvious that they feared that the machine would not run as smoothly so they sat on the fence and gave us the same lacklustre screen that cannot even handle bright sunligt! A quality processor would be able to smoothly handle VGA;262144 so this Qualcomm has not been challenged. Are you telling me that even in the next ten years we will still have this lousy type of screen??
does anyone know if this device has an integrated satellite reciever for the GPS? or does it run through GPRS and HSDPA networks? does it come with pre installed maps?
T-Mobile UK are offering very good deals.The Vario III(t-mobile branded TyTN II ) is actually cheaper on an upgrade than the vario II!It's also substantially cheaper than inferior units like the e61 and n95.Quite how they managed it I do not know.
Do you guys get a thrill by giving out false information?We had someone telling us the TyTN II cpu wasn't good and the e90 was great.Maybe he didn't know HTC done away with the Samsung 400mhz chip and replaced the entire chipset with a qualcomm 7200 400mhz dual CPU with integrated imageon hardware 2D/3D graphics accelerator.This qualcomm chip is over EIGHT times faster at processing and TWENTY times faster at graphical drawing.Office mobile is very good-buy a wm6 device and enjoy or at least use google...
In At&t Tilt can we set up diff ringer
for diff friends so we know whos caliing ?
when the phone rings