How long the real battery life, if i only use for phone calls? (no active wifi, no active gps, no active bluethooth and no internet)
David, 17 Feb 2010Thanks wheyme. I was able to activate GPRS, but the problem now is that I can't connect to my ... moretry to make your wifi default connection,
start/settings/advance settings/connection/browser connections/select network: Internet
start/settings/advance settings/connection/connections/advanced/select networks/ both should be "My Internet"
wheyme, 17 Feb 2010after you successfully install the setting, restart phone, and to check goto start/settings/ad... moreThanks wheyme. I was able to activate GPRS, but the problem now is that I can't connect to my home Wifi network. Before I set the GPRS settings, I was able to last night; but now there's something wrong with it.
Is there a way I can use the default connection as GPRS, and disable it if there's Wifi?
anyone could help me?
i just purchased this phone earlier, and i've noticed that the keypad is qwerty, is there any way to change this into regular keypad? and how?
hope someone could help me.
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David, 16 Feb 2010Can anyone please help me in enabling the GPRS setting on my OmniaLite, using Smart Post-Paid ... moreafter you successfully install the setting, restart phone, and to check goto start/settings/advance settings/connection/gprs authentications. when you see SmartMMS:PAP SmartGPRS:PAP and Smart Internet:PAP then your done.
David, 16 Feb 2010Can anyone please help me in enabling the GPRS setting on my OmniaLite, using Smart Post-Paid ... moredavid, download setting gprs/mms: Text/Write 3G ON
then send to 3401, Text/Write SET SAMD500 then send to 211, When received configuration open-> options-> then install, password 1234
David, 16 Feb 2010Can anyone please help me in enabling the GPRS setting on my OmniaLite, using Smart Post-Paid ... moretry going to their service centre.. maybe they'd gonna input the settings manually..
thats what ive done with my nokia phone before :) .. but am on globe.. let me know if u still get problems with it.. ill ask my brother in law.. he works at smart :)
Roland, 03 Feb 2010i'll be waiting for David's info since he's actively looking for this unit as i do =)i have my b7300. im selling it actually. you can reach me at +639052294437
you can send me your email. ill send you the pix of my unit. selling for 12k only. unit charger earphone and 2gb micro sd are only accessories.
Can anyone please help me in enabling the GPRS setting on my OmniaLite, using Smart Post-Paid Plan? I tried calling Smart and they sent me the settings and I activated it, but until now I can't browse Internet Explorer.
Jin Madera, 10 Feb 2010rob place manila tol.....where in rob place manila? can i buy the casing, thanks
David, 10 Feb 2010Hey paris.
I actually used my phone for 2 days this week but stopped using it when it was q... moredavid i have here in q.c. ths is gab. nut its already second hand. unit and charger and earphone and micro sd 2gb.
you can reach me at +639052294437 or 415-2272 loc 6362 0r 6367.thanks....
For those asking about apps and games; I've installed a few compatible with Omnia i900 and Omnia II i8000. However, I tried installing a few "accelerometer-games" like Teeter, Resco Snake, and Resco cube and so far none work. They show the opening screen then crash, bringing you back to the main screen.
If anyone knows how to program the OmniaLite to be able to play accelerometer games, please share with the other users. So far the only Accelerometer app is the Dice app which comes pre-loaded into the OmniaLite and isn't really a game.
got hold of the actual phone and it got flash support, was able to browse youtube and other sites...
qiop, 15 Feb 2010hi, can i ask if the wi fi of this phone has any problem? and what is the advantage of this ov... moreIf you have the money to shellout for an iPhone 3GS, go for the iPhone dude. Comparing an entry-level smartphone and the iPhone is like comparing apples to oranges; in other words, they're not of the same bunch.
So far, I have not had any problems with Wi-Fi on this phone. The advantages of the OmniaLite off the top of my head are the following: Out-of-the-box Windows Office, Ability to copy/paste, Bluetooth sending/receiving with other devices, "to-do app," expansion slot, multi-tasking, flash support for web browser, longer batter life, MMS, DIVX.
And yes, you can download different mobile dictionaries (paid or free). I thought there were only some apps for Windows Mobile, but I've downloaded a few now, and my assumption was wrong.
PARiS, 11 Feb 2010David, another question.. i think it was asked as well by another person.. abt the resoluti... moreAll I can say about the resolution is that it is clear enough and worth it's entry-level price. Of course, it is not at all comparable to the Omnia II or any HTC devices, but I'm overall satisfied with the images. Actually, the Icons are very clear, but you may see visible pixelation with the background if you look close enough (depending which background you use, and I'm currently using the WinMo default). Overall, resolution will not give you any problems.
guys, a word of advice, DONT DROP YOUR OMNIALITE, it will go LOCO i tell u, i drop mine big time, slip out from my pocket while sitting, i never experience send error notification before but after i drop it, it hangs and crash. good thing i manage to repair it, its all better now, haaay... no more errors. email me if you like to ask how. firstname.lastname@example.org, so far its the best phone i have. its for a keep.