You can download one map for free. You have to pay for additional maps.
HTC TYTYN II
I have had this for approximately 3 weeks, and have had many HTC devices before. This is quite simply amazing! Don't think about it, just get one, you'll love it!
read the comments on O2 Atom life and you will not be lost anymore
Thanks for resco explorer and the reg edit.Works a charm.btw you need to download .net framework 2.0 on your pc to use the keygen.
TyTN II-better than the n95,w960 and lg for web browsing.To even compare an alpha numeric input method model in this area is amusing!The TyTN II coupled with netfront or opera is simply a far better web browsing experience.TyTN II has A2DP so no problem here,just don't expect to hear quality through the loudspeaker but who in their right mind wants to use their phone as a gettoblaster!!..yeah kids.Finally watching movies,well tytn II wins here as well,mainly due to the 3rd party software that will enable you to view films in almost any format .note the other models you mentioned cannot play the very popular .wmv
Al You spend a considerable amount of money on a device yet you are unwilling to spend a few hours learning WM6/kaiser!If that's your attitude then WM is not for you.
Screen Turning off Too quickly during a call - fix
Install Resco Explorer.Grab it here http://www.speedyshare.com/371919436.html
Then navigate to my registry
Change Value from "1" to "0"
blank screen during the call.
poor camera, or in other words they could have done better.
does not support other language extension for web browsing yet(windows 6.0 issue not the device isssue).
mine for some reason did not come with touch flo.
for the above reasons I sent it back after 3 weeks. I will wait for the HP and Eten devices. they are thinner and lighter.
...I also experienced a blank phone during calls. Anyone have a solution to keep the phone key pad active during a phone call?
you get one city map for free to test tomtom functionality.
after testing you may decide to get it (and buy more maps) or not...
There are a lot off competitors on the market for the TYTN2. If u look at specs off ^SE W960, N95 8 GB With improved RAM ( and bigger QVGA 16m screen ), LG viewty 5 mp,..., all with wifi HSDPA Good cam....Who can confince me to buy TYTN2?? I need a phone for fast ( and good) webbrowsing, listening to music (A2DP)and watching movies ( big screen)...what am i to do...
One ciy map? Sorry maybe a stupid question..Let say u get Amsterdam...if u drive out off teh city no more maps??
HTC TYTN II, 2 Things - 1). My application disk did not include TomTom Navigator 6 (taster edition), where can one get a free download off the internet? 2). The phone keypad disappears after 30 seconds into a phone call. This is absolutely frustrating because you can't manage voice mail commands. There is a register solution available but how does a lay-person get this to work (step by step)?
Re: TomTom on TyTN II, the verison that comes with the phone allows you to download one city map from Europe or the US for free. Additonal maps need to be purchase.
As for World Card, it comes pre-installed on the phone and does eveything I need it to. No idea if it a "lite" version of the software or not.
Look compare a n80 with n95-n80's screen is better because it has better resolution.Same applies when comparing m5000 65k colours with VGA resolutin against n95-the m5000 screen is way better because of the HR.If you don't believe that then you have never used or compared the said models
ok guys juz sharing some point of view... well.. actually WHAT we can see in a lcd?
1st, pixel patch - the smaller the pixel the better quality & sharper the picture in the screen will be.
2nd, contrast ratio - the higher the contrast ratio the color tend to be deeper and you could see more difference in the screen lets say a lcd or plasma VS a mega-plasma tv?
3rd color, yeah nowadays we are reaching the point of 16m colors in mostly nokia's phone and also almost same with commercial use destop lcd screen which is slightly higher(16.7m color) the more the color they have means they can produce a graphic more lifely compared to the phone we used to have 1bit = 2colors= black & white.
so basically what we CAN SEE in normal specs is colors & qvga/vga screen not till contrast ratio & pixel patch. a 65k doesnt really can win a 256k color screen yet.so far... the best phone around i think it should be sharp phones...
As in marketing strategy.. what we can know if they produce a perfect phone... then what can they produce next time? its already a perfect phone and even perfect phone? there are nth as perfect...the phone will never perfect if you never satisfy with it...
I've a question to TYTN II users. Is it true that TomTom & WorldCard Mobile are trail versions ? If yes, are there any other applications that are trails ?
It doesn’t matter what your point is. I've already stated. Qualcomm is very capable of pumping out fast graphic (Spb Graphics index 4459.9 page 2 here). You can compare that with other index you can find to see how fast that number is. The short answer is still no even with 1840 mAh battery as it will weight down the unit. You'll need to do some research as I am not in an educational mood. A good place to start is HTC P3600 with 2200 mAh battery compare that number to 150g with the standard battery. That will give you an idea on how things work. BTW, 30g is on the conservative side. If HTC go with your suggestion with current battery technology, every guy will be wearing man purse. Who want to see your pants hang on one side.