Anybody knows how to lock keypad? :D
i know that there is autolock ability and to unlock it you need to press * and OK('-' left one), but i wont to lock manualy...
03/01/09 - Paid R150.00 for this phone today in Johannesburg, South Africa. It appears to be the cheepest phone on the market. Besides the awful ringtones, I think I got a good deal.
this phones is alright for the money and without topping up aswell. (had to unlock though for a fiver) but all is well but the downside is dat in silent because it vibration is sooo weak u will mostly niss ur calls
feels good in hand, looks tiny and quite solid. main disadvantige are terrible ringtones
rani, 01 Oct 2008a pretty crap phone really but it answers calls at least and i dont expect a decent phone for ... morePress and hold the star (*) key and the keypad will lock.
To unlock press the star key (*) once and then the screen will prompt you to press the 'OK' key at the top left hand of the keypad.
Had 3 0f these phones and had to send back for repair.
They have just sent me another new duff phone which is going back again. So beware.
My wife gave this phone a thorough clean together with my shirt in the washing machine: after a couple of days drying out it worked perfectly, sim card as well! Only trouble was, I had to use her battery, as that component ceased......and a new battery cost the same as a replacement phone!
a pretty crap phone really but it answers calls at least and i dont expect a decent phone for that price
How do you "key" lock the phone so as not to keep pressing numbers by mistake?
and how do you write numbers without having to change T9 every time.
the charging part is on the side. there should be a little clip, hard to spot. pull it out nd the charger goes in there
hope thah helps
how do you charge the phone , where is te bit you put the charger into ?
after i charge my sagem my220x it doesn t start until i take batery of it and put it again,does anyone has this problem?
I have two of these and they are great for anyone who just wants a phone to call/text with.
There are no frills, but that makes the phone very simple to use. The styling is first class, as is the build quality.
The colour screen is small, but very bright and crisp making it easy to read.
The keypad isn't constructed from the usual individual buttons, rather its an arrangement of key strips which have a nice click to them. Fat fingers may find these fiddly. You also get quick access to various important features through a circular dial button.
The Battery life is good too, for such a cheap phone.
My only complaint is with the ring tones, which are dire, whoever selected them must be tone deaf, plus there isn't a really basic ringer, which I prefer to music.
Still for £10 who cares, if it annoys me too much I'll give it to the cat.