bad phone!!!!!used it for only 2 days and replaced it with a N6680.. i charged before i sleep 10:00-12:00mn the next morning the battery is EMPTY!!it turned down my impressions on Samsung phones!!!please don't buy D600!!!
Just Got my Samsung D600 today in Chrome. Looks a million dollars and has everything you would expect from a top of the range handset such as MP3 player which is excellent sound quality.
This phone is highly reccomended.
hi there does any1 know how to clear the recent recipient list in the messages.it stores the last 20 people you have sent/recieved messages from.
to Ali & Nadine
Install the PC Studio & USB Data Cable Driver from the provided CD.
After installation, connect the usb cable to the pc and then connect the phone.
A message stating found new hardware will come up along with a message asking you to search for drivers.
open the CD drive where the disk is and close it back again.
Click Next on the box to search for the appropriate driver.
You will receive a message stating driver installed.
You will then receive a message to install usb driver.
click on next.
click finish when prompted to.
drivers are now installed.
click on samsung pc studio
click on connection and then connect.
your phone should now be connected.
hope this helps
Okey.I coudnt find how to set GPRS off from the manual. This is another way around. This might work.
Go to Messages > Settings > Multimedia Message > MMS profile. Check the "Current Profile" and "profile setting". You have to creat a new MMS profile and keep everything blank in there and set that as your "Current profile". That way your phone will not find the GPRS netwrok and hopefully the G icon will disappear.
dont know if you were being sarcastic but yeah anything you send via blutooth is free since its not going via your network provider. its blutooth just think the better ifred :)
Oh boy! Having that "G" icon is nothing to cry out so loud. If I have the phone I would have solved it by now. I dont know why no one else is helping you out. I will post on Monday. peace.
Thank u kal but how do i do that? any idea how i cn access the phone settings to change the gprs icon off PLZ PLZ PLZ PLZ PLZ PLZ PLZ tHANK U
Sarah - you cannot change the message tones. You can only use the default ones supplied.
Unfortunately you cannot change the settings to stop the screen going completly black when not in use. However if you press and hold the volume bottom on the side of the phone it will give you time, missed calls etc
Ooops! I'm sorry..changing Multimedia reception to "Reject" will not help in getting rid of the "G" icon. I did the same on my D720 and it didnt work. Then came to know that I have to change the GPRS setting from "When Available" to "When Nedded".And that works. So go to phones connection settings and try it out.
I think I need to have another look at my friend's D600e.
yes bluwtooth traffic is completely free , is something made from your phone and your mobile operator is not invilved.
Can anyone help me? Is there anyway that i can change the set message tones (they are not good!)to a mp3 song etc.? if there is a way could you please explain it to me. Thanks.
I bought a Samsung D600 and overall, it is very nice phone exept for one feature that I really get frustrated with.
In the phonebook I store about 583 phones,and I want to copy them all the 583 phones in the Micro SD card and I have no optional. Please if ther is an option to copy all the phones into Micro SD card, send me by e-mail Thank you.
I love everything about this phone, apart....
When it is in sleep (off mode) it just goes black, no clock, nothing. It doesn't even show if you have a missed call or SMS or something. Is there any way I can change this as it really bothers me?
I am still having problems connecting to my PC. I have changed my USB settings to Mass Storage and i am still unable to connect. Any help - much appreciated.
Thnks kal i trid that on my d600e and changed the mms settings to reject but the gprs icon is still there any other ideas.PLZ PLZ PLZ thnks alot
After Reading soo many of your posting about GPRS icon, I decided to have a look into my friend's D600. Hope this will help.
Go to Messages > Settings > MMS > received settings.
Change the "home" seetings from "Autometic" to "reject". Then your phone will not have GPRS. I belive you know that by doing so you will not get any MMS, but argueably you might save some battery.
you might change it to "manual" for both Home and roaming and see what happens.