KM, 14 Sep 2009Is their any way to change the resolution to 240X240? Some apps are cut off on side to side w... moreok its really simple, just get a scissors and a measuring tape... measure out 240 x 240 and cut d rest out. be warned you might endup with a "qwer" keyboard without the "ty"
Juan from Guatemala, 26 Aug 2009I would like to comment on how disappointed I am at Palm's support. The short version is I got... morehey im from guatemala too. same sht wit fckn phone. was going tomorrow to tigo. maybe wont since same sht happnn to me. no touch screen use. mine lost the pal on the back so they will say its abuse.
anyone knows if i could re install the software myself?
morning...i am using this unit for 3 weeks already and i find it quite nice to use except a few problem such as if i run too many program at 1 time the unit seems to hang.
Just wana know can this unit can upgrade from window 6.1 to 6.5?
I bought treo pro 3 weeks ago. i find it quite good..just wana know where can i download game just for treo pro
Is their any way to change the resolution to 240X240? Some apps are cut off on side to side w/o a scroll bar.
i have got palm treo how can i change the language i wanna turkish language i didint found it so please hlep me for this is there some application for palm to change the language english to turkish all menu i want turkish
please comfirm to me at this msn >email@example.com
My Palm Treo pro is giving me a hell of problems and i havent known how to go about it. I experience problems with USSD commands which are used in my network (Vodacom Tanzania). at times they work and at times they dont. The emails could stay for long without any reason, then later they all come through. What can i do?
I have bought a Palm Treo Pro. when I switch on the phone it connects itself to EDGE but not G3. would you please advise me how I can configure it ? regards
I would like to comment on how disappointed I am at Palm's support. The short version is I got a new Treo Pro on June 30, 2009 through my local phone company at a discounted price. On August 11 the touchscreen stopped working (it did display but didn't feel the stylus or my finger or any other object). Took it for warranty and Palm wouldn't honor warranty claiming it had been physically abused, although the phone was still new and just had the regular scuff marks and scratches any plastic device you carry in your pocket will develop.
My experience with it is that I really didn't like the windows 3.1 style OS. It doesn't have call counters, stopwatch, simple gadgets that made life easier with previous sony ericsson. Connection to Outlook worked sometimes other not (outrageous since I agreed to have a windows phone especifically to be able to sync to outlook). Also it's not easy to use with one hand. I connected it to my car's stereo but it always changes song after a call.
Battery life started miserable, but got better with use. You definitely need to charge it every night and disconnect it until you're ready to leave home.
My biggest disappointment was when after only 41 days of use the touchscreen wouldn't sense anymore. The display worked but simply the stylus or any other object had no effect on it. The phone worked but only the buttons. I tried to reset the treo, but that rendered the phone useless since the first thing it asks after resetting is to align the screen with the stylus. I never could get past that screen.
I took it for warranty (to my phone company, Tigo). They would take it to the authorized service center for the warranty claim . After waiting for more than a week, I got the dreadful news that the phone would NOT be covered by warranty because it had physical abuse. WTF??? The phone still looks and smells new.
The rep showed me that there were some marks that could be "felt when scratched with your nail". That means physical abuse. I was furious. They covered their asses showing me the report from the authorized repair center stating warranty would not cover it and that I had to pay the repair ($300) or buy a new phone.
Well there's your warranty for all of you thinking about buying this phone. You may like it, but you'll be sorry later when you try to use that fake warranty. They'll use any excuse before replacing it.
I ended up buying a Nokia E71 which I'm happier anyway because it has more features, does not slow down, can be used with one hand and has all the little gadgets that make your life easier.
This review says the flash memory is expandable up to 8gb, but the Palm website says up to 32gb. What else is wrong in this review?
I currently have a Treo 750 throught Telstra Next G, and am looking at the Palm Pro as mine has decided not to send SMS's - Yes all the correct numbers and settings are correct. I do have issues with resets all the time & blue tooth locking up with my current phone.
What is the go with the Pro - like the Idea of a Regional Blue Tick for country use.
Advise would be great
Peter, 26 Nov 2008I have been using the Palm Treo Pro for three weeks.
Battery Life is much better than any of ... moreI wrote a review of this mobile on Nov 2008. I'm still using it. Battery has been very good for the intensive use I make of it and haven't had any other problems.
The only negative thing I've found is the plastic carcase, it has cracks all over. Palm have to improve the package of its phones. They are behind Nokia and BB.
So far I still believe its the best Windows mobile phone available on the market.
Anonymous, 07 Jun 2009hi guys! im using tungsten e2 as my pda and se p990i as smart phone..hassle that i have to ... moreyes,,,i replaced my se p990i to palm treo 680 and i dont have any problem with palm treo680 in fact i bought palm pro because of palm's excellent performance specially on touchscreen and resolutions and features
im using tungsten e2 as my pda and se p990i as smart phone..hassle that i have to sync separately due to separate OS.. plan to get treo 680 since its palm OS too, but its almost paste out.. is treo pro a solution tho windows OS? is it wise to replace my e2 & p9901 with treo pro?.. all inputs are very much appreciated... thnx!