I think that if you have a good phone that works well why do you want to change it??
did you try switching the device type that it was reading over to the card?
if you have then the card may have issues.
wat would u guys think if i change my nokia 6230 to E398??do u guys agree or not??
do i have to set the time and date if i take off the battery for a while?can i use the mp3 in the card as ringtone??any one pls tell me. thank you
u havent installed motorola modem driver
as for the mp3, it happend to me too a few times, but it never happend when i put mp3 in the phone with the motorola mp3 maker
Problem with Mobile Phone Tools.
When I open the Multimedia Center, I only have the two explorers (one for the PC, the other for phone) and the buttons used to transfer files.
All the other stuff is missing: Image Studio, Melody Studio, MMS Studio, Video Studio (even if they are present in the screenshots in the help file).
I have a problem.
The MP3 reader on my phone DOES NOT read any of the mp3 files on the card.
It is not true.
Settings -> Connection -> USB
Then choose the way the phone connects to PC. If you want to use your phone with MPT then choose data connection.
My Firmware version is: 59R
To remove the battery push silver button on back of phone down and slide plate down. Then on the sides of the phone there are to grooves. Place thumb and index finger on the battery, push it towards the bottom of phone and remove battery in a curved motion. eg. bottom of battery is center point and top goes around it in a circle.
just got my own motoe398... cant figure it out how to remove the friggin' battery!!!
n one more thing : is it true that the mp3's on the external memory can't be used as a ringtone ?
Today i tryed to connect my sisters v600 and MPT doesnt reconise it either. Even no it did before. So MTP doesnt reconise my e398 or my sisters v600. Could this be a windows problem or a MPT problem?
few simple question .....
How good is the vibration of the phone ?
n how long does it take for the phone to start ringing after the vibration starts ?
ok so I have this Phone and for the most part I love it but when ever I get about 7 sms's in there it starts to tell me its almost full! Anyone else have this issue or know how I can fix it??
To Levent-it should have that option.
To noobie-wudie-software updates are available online...just search for yourself...it's not that hard to find them...as for programs, you can choose from a lot of Java Games and applications...again, just search through the internet..you're bound to find something..and I'm from the Philippines, btw.
To Smooth-true...don't have that option though...haven't upgraded yet...file transfers will be so much faster when you have that option.
as for the camera quality, moto e398 make quality pics in good lighting conditions but kind of blured in the corners.
Anyway, i really dont see the day when cameras from GSM phones could be considered an alternative to digital cams. Im using this moto398 only for music, cause that;s the best feature it has and that;s why i got it.
the fones great and decent . almost all featured but its a budget type of fone compared to other all featureds
Yesterday [Sunday,01/25/2005] Ihave bought MOTOROLA E398 in Jakarta,Indonesia
but when CD Driver install appear on screen my PC if CD Driver not compatible for WINDOWS.Please give me solution ...
I Would like to save data from Phone to PC and or other hand
to me; i remembered that i checked that menu once before after you told me :D cool thx.
To Peter S
Motorola E398 does not provide an option to have vibration and ring at the same time. You have vibration and, after a while, ringing tone. The vibration is not very long, so there is no risk to have people putting down the phone because you do not answer.
Please note that you can have vibration and ringing tone at the same time if you choose particular ringing tones: in this case the vibration is activated when the speaker cannot play the frequencies of the tone.
Other phones from Motorola offer vib+tone at the same time. Not all the other models but some of them do (for example, Motorola V535).