I am receiving a bunch of website listings on the top right corner of my screen interfering with screen visibility and cant get rid of it !! HELP what can i do to get it iff !! Thanks
had this phone and after three weeks of not being able to use it (would drop calls after a few seconds) sent it in for another new phone .... same thing. Two months of paid service and still can't call or receive calls ... pathetic. Going shopping for a new phone and service this weekend
This is the first smart phone that I have ever had and I am disappointed. I read reviews and found that this was one of the better phones offered by virgin mobile. It has major lag, turns off for no reason, and the connection is bad. I would say it is best to spend the extra money to get an iPhone. Or even a Samsung galaxy S3. Just don't put yourself through the torture.
very nice phone i have factory reset it and update it and installed smart launcher it runs so much faster now and runs everything i want on it. Smart Launcher uses less cpu and is really nice i recommend it.
I've had my galaxy reverb for about 3 months now. its crashed a few times because of the cache memory being full, but as long as you run the app manager from time to time and don't try to overloaded it with games it clearly isn't designed for, like dead trigger, it's a perfectly fine little phone.
Home screen, menu, nor back buttons function, everything else works, so whats the problem and solution here?
It may drop calls but its better than nothing. Even the htcs and black barries drop calls.
Anonymous, 22 May 2013The camera Does have a zoom. The volume buttons control the zoom.also pinch to zoom. had this phone for a whileand neverhadanyof theproblems you havr mentioned.
Anonymous, 02 Jan 2013Excellent phone in terms of display and also form factor is optimumThis phone is not very good. It drops calls constantly and has problems with messaging. The camera doesn't have a zoom. But the wifi is good
Have been try to choose a specific ringtone for incoming email. I called techs at both Virgin Mobile and Samsung and they were not able to figure out how for this model.
I just purchased this phone and it is amazing everything is great and it also shouts 720p video
It's all true about the HTC EVO. I bought one when it first came out and it had the worst reception of any phone I ever owned. Dropped calls constantly and if I had one bar it was a miracle. I returned it thinking it was just an isolated incident. Well the second phone was worse and the screen somehow got moisture underneath it. I got tired of messing with it and returned it. And YES, it is a recycled HTC EVO 3D which is a big gimmick and really not practical. I did buy the Samsung Galaxy Reverb and also the HTC ONE V. Both are about the BEST phones you can get for Virgin Mobil right now. (Yes including the way overpriced outdated Apple I-Phones). Between the two the Reverb is a bit quicker but the build quality of the HTC ONE is 10 times better than on the Reverb and the One has a better camera plus Beats Audio (another gimmick but it does sound better than the Reverb) I like both phones but between the two the HTC ONE wins in my book. BTW, it was on sale on Cyber Monday for $49.99. and the Reverb was on Sale starting Black Friday until Cyber Monday for 99 bucks. At those prices they were a Steal.
You mention 4G coming to your area soon as a reason for wanting the Sammy Galaxy S2 on Boost or VM... I'll help you out with that decision. Don't wait. The S2 that is on VM and Boost is a WiMax phone, not an LTE or HSPA+ phone. Sprint will not be expanding their WiMax network as it's been given an end of life date of sometime in 2014 or 2015.