ya u can take video in l9 .and u down laod music by insert ur memory in card reader and connect with ur p.c and 2nd is to connect by data cable , bu run p.c suite c.d.
I bought Motorola SLVR L9 on 22nd July07. And today I returned to the authorised dealer because phone was not charging when connected to the charger. This is strange if it happens to brand new phone just bought one month back ?
I buy for my Uncle.
Its a good phone.
Price in Cochin: Rs. 8,550/-
With USB cable, Charger, Ear piece.
in this price range its ga good phone with metal body.FM sound quality is too good, MP3 is also good. Only drawback is its interface is vvvvv slow and sound gain is also very low that in a running bus its hard to listen properly your mp3.
Some Motorola Phones have a Remote Control Feature which allows them to control remote devices (other than Bluetooth Headsets) for Media Playing, Presentations, etc. Does L9 support this feature???
Please provide any your experiences or Info on that.
i bought l9 two days a go
3poor poor poor fm radio,does not recieve signals in room,may be this problem is only with my set
4 good screen quality
5 when i opened the box only charger and user manuals where found and no usb, no cd, no memory card how strange
6 Attractive body finish
7 operating system is handy and custummisable but i think its bit slow
8 keys arent much soft but not too hard
9 well the things is that custimation is improved ,internet functions r also improved,many new things added and L9 IS leader in 'L' SERIES,VERY good cell phone every one must try it,i totall recomend it all of u
hi , guys this is best phone in its range. with 2 mp camera , f.m radio , a2dp support bluetooth , sound like d j in head phone and support up to 2 g.b and with crstal talk
motorola should give f.m. radio in its all phones
Iam having Motorola L9 and I need to know how to download the music in momory chip from laptop.
Can anyone say how much time can we continuously play mp3 in L9 before it requires a recharge.
Hi, Pls explain me how to install softwares, Games & Applications in L9 and Can we install office document viewer in this phone?
hey plz guys tell me
*the price of this cell phone???
*the loud speaker sound of this phone while music is playing on???
*is it have the wireless connection of head phones???
plz im waiting for ur replies plz tell me abt these all things...
PTT is "Push to Talk" - that service is not offered by many providers - it's in the manual how it works.
Price is about $230 US - look around.
Pls explain me how to install softwares in L9. and what is PTT how to use PTT. Can we install office document viewer in this phone?
its a good fone considering that we get 2 mega pixel cam, mp3, gprs n fm radio all in 1 at reasonable price. heres how i rate its features
2mp camera- 7/10
battery life- 6/10
over all good
Sound from FM radio is a bit lower than for music but very audible. Music volume is very good - louder than the FM radio (even a bit louder than L7) but I'm certain there will be a way to increase volume in the future. Internet is not something I use on a cell phone, but since this phone is class 10 Edge/GPRS there's no problem to view WAP sites - forget about browsing sites like FIFA.com or something.. too intense.
friend thanks for giving review on SLVR L9,but if u dont mind plz explain me about the loudness of sound while hearing FM or music,or onething more tell me about the interneting on it,i hope u can understant my english
thanks in advance.
For those complaining about no flash on the camera - here's some advice: go buy yourself a camera - the L9 is designed to be primarily a phone device and not a phone attached to a camera... The L9 has the same form factor as the L7, capable of reading up to 4GB transflash memory, excellent reception, very good battery life, better speaker for music than its predecessors and much better sound for calls - there is no earpiece buzzing or interference at all! Fully compatible with various bluetooth ear devices. The keypad has a very good tactile feel and excellent illumination. Although the software is Moto UI, it doesn't have the problems of Symbian-driven phones (like the Z8 which degrade over time causing software hangups and crashes) and will be very customizable in the future. Airplane mode works like a charm and is a big benefit that allows a user to turn off all GSM-related circuitry in sensitive environments. The FM radio is not bad, but the reception is rather sickly (keep in mind, this isn't a walkman - it's a cell phone). Signal reception is beyond reproach - perhaps the best of all Motorolas. Battery life is also excellent, much better than the L7 - with occasional radio and mp3 playing, 1/2-1hr phone conversations - the batter will last over 4 days stand-by before requiring recharge. Screen (1.9in, 262K color) is well-lit, but is washed out in direct bright sunlight (this is because the screen is only transmissive and not transflective - perhaps one major fault of Motorola design and engineering - although transflective screens do use up more power). Overall score of phone 8.5/10 (positives: reception, call, build and sound quality, battery life, form factor and easy to type SMS with one hand... Negatives: slightly below avg FM reception - most noticeable outside major urban areas - inside city this is negligible, screen barely readable in bright direct sun (because Moto chooses to make ONLY transmissive screens - all Motos suffer from bright sunlight screen washout). Overall an excellent (proven) phone perfect for use as business phone, excursion phone, or if you want a small, solid and very capable phone in terms of reception and call quality. Do not buy if you're looking for the "cool" factor - get yourself an overpriced, crash/freeze prone Symbian-drive phone for that.