Anyone experienced sound issues with Java apps?
The main problem I am trying to get to the bottom of is lack of sound immediately after a download. Once I download a Java app, the handset launches it immediately. On this launch, no sound plays at all throughout the application. However, if I relaunch the application myself, sound plays as expected.
I've had other sound issues as well, perhaps caused by the fact that I cannot disable keytones (the option is there but is not selectable). There is a workaround if you put the phone into silent mode and then enable sound in Java apps, but its a bit lame.
And when the hell am I going to get a Samsung that accepts simultaneous key presses! Is it too much to ask? Its impossible to enjoy a mobile phone game when the handset doesn't recognise more that one key press at a time =p
Please someone cantell me how is its sound quality and can v watch full screen (land scape) videos on this phone?
saw this phone for sale in uk on t:mobile PAYG for £99.99
Has anyone seen this phone in retail? it's not on ebay. maybe it's still 'coming soon', although it's written February 2007
Very cool looking phone.
Nice wheel concept for ease of music control & list navigation.
This is certainly better than the standalone MP3 player.
seriusly this phone is really wack man have you seen it looks slick really slick and ghetto but ma girlfriends got it and am jealous
I have seen the sample..it is superb! it has a music wheel control that you can forward and rewind with your finger like a dJ !! really funky!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
We the great googlemisters are not at all impressed with this phone. T-mobile have an exclusive and are on about web and wlak with it..... but wait the phone is not 3g!!! How rubbish, samsung need to get with the times man!