Hi I have been using this phone (non Vodafone version) for the past couple of months, after loosing my Nokia N95 8gb. The Palm 500 is overall not a bad unit for the price you can get it for. It is very very different to use than a Nokia, has great rececption, much better than the Nokia. But it has poor battery life, it needs to be gharged daily, it also has an annoying habit of somtimes looseing network and you need to switch off and turn it back on to get coverage. Also the camera, best to describe it as it odes not have one if you no what I meen.
Tony, 08 Jan 2009I like mine and it has a long battery life before it needs a charge - have you checked your se... morehalfords have a very good sat-vnav micro sdcard and it works great for me on my acer.
the phone rocks!!!
some people don't know how to use windows mobile,
all the problems posted below is rubbish
only if they knew how to use it!!!
does anyone else have a problem sending text messages to people on the plam treo 500? i can't seem to send but i can recieve. if u know how to fix this, please reply back to: email@example.com
Does anyone ele have trouble sending text messages on their plam treo 500 phone. i can recieve texts but i just can't send them. i've called vodafone and they tried helping but nothing's worked so far. please help
does anybody know something about downloading the software.wich site?big_up palm products users.the info would surely help.thanks.
tribulus, 01 Jun 2009i bought this phone a year ago.. but it always hang up.. any solution.. Well the phone is Euro version and works with only 1900MHz signal in US. You might lost signal while between of conversation. It's much better us the phone that support US signals 850&1900 not only 1900
odia omogbe osamuyi, 22 Apr 2009Please i just bought a treo500v(palm-phones), and i try to get music from another phone with t... moreYou have to go to the option 'setting', then 'connection', the 'Beam' and you have to select the option "Receive incoming beams", then you can receive any file from other mobiles after by Blue-tooth.
And if you want to send anything,then you have to BEAM the file.
i bought this phone a year ago.. but it always hang up.. any solution..
jahmell, 29 Apr 2009i also have a palm treo its working perfect don,t have any problemo with baterya.wlan thats f.... moreall you do to get these settings is call vodafone say you have an unlocked palm treo and you want the settings for it and they will send you out the wap,isp and mms setting then u accept them on your phone enter 1234 everytime you are prompted and thats it basically it that simply
hey guyz am gonna buy dis cell soon n can u telll abt ur views for dis cell dat wether it,ss gonna be a good gadget or just a dumb piece help me out
Rahul, 08 Jan 2009I want add FM radio Option please update your technology. Tahnks rahul Have you considered that this handset doesn't have an FM radio as it is targeted for business clients, which is why it allows a multitude of file applications aimed at business people.
Fhs, 03 Apr 2009How do I close running application, anyone knows? Please help.Try going to the open running application and press the left arrow key until you have backed out of the application. Failing that, which should work, go to the File Manager under SETTINGS and enter menu and try closing from there if need be.
Hope this helps.
i also have a palm treo its working perfect don,t have any problemo with baterya.wlan thats f..k.but i like it its a good gadget.there is one thing free software and software upgrade download.wich site do you go?one.how do you get vodafone,s settings from the phone?because i,m in suriname and can,t email or go on the internet
Jenny Lim, 29 Aug 2008This phone is userfriendly and is not very expensive compare with other phones in the market. ... moreTotally agree with you! We should be glad just to have mobile phones let alone all the other guff people seems to demand on their handsets today. I remember the time we had no cellphones - they simply weren't even heard of. I worked for a Telco at the time they announced that within 5 years we would essentially have handsets we could carry almost anywhere. We were in awe! My first handset, a Motorola Ultra Sleek 9660 [go look that one up!] didn't even tell you anything more than the number the call came from. As for sms - forget it, and the handset hung off my hip like a collapsable umbrella or baton. SO please people - be grateful for the technology you are being offered today and remember that the more features - the higher the price and contrary to popular belief I think most people would prefer to sacrifice some features for a lower price. Next we'll be wanting our phones to work as tv remotes! Where will it end?