got this phone 1 week ago only problem my bluetooth in the car cuts off when i try to answer a call dors anybody know what the problem might be?
this phone looks great I have seen it half price for 12 months, dont know how long the contract is but many minutes, the deal is running out soon tho, is it worth me gettin?
I never planned on making a comment on any phone, I just read the opinions, however I anxiously awaited this phone for I had to travel to to the far east and needed something I though was good and reliable.
This is the worst crap i ever bought, cannot hear properly with the volume maxed out, also try playing music u feel that the phone wants to fall apart. I ended up using a backup Nokia 3220.
During a call in "normal mode" the phonebuttons are locked (thats so u wont accidently end a call by pressing it to hard against your face..)
To end a call - when in normal mode - you first have to "unlock" the phone.. then you can end the call using the "end call" button.
Unlocking the phone - by pressing "powerbutton.." (i think..)
Or else, much easier.. just slide the phone shut, that would end the call also!
Youre right about the button, its for "ending calls.." but it seems like they havent thought about it when developing..
I'm sorry what are you talking about (no end call button) have you read the manual???
go to page 9, where its showing you what the buttons do, 3rd button down in the list.
What's the first thing it says, END A CALL.
it does say further in the manual that (on page 16, no.3) to end a call......
3. To end the call, press [i] or
[power key ] to unlock the keypad
and press [end call button ].
people really need to read things first, sorry but you do!!!!!
Just checked in user manual: There is no 'end call' button on the U600.
Yes! you're quite right about the Bluetooth button. Silly me. But I have another query: Why does the 'end call' not work? During a call in normal mode (ie not in loud speaker or headpiece) shouldnt this work or do I have to slide down? Or is that not an end call button?
To the person who wanted to know about the D900 Screen cracking.
I've had 3 D900's to date and two of them have suffered from a Cracked screen
the Battery on the U600 is the exact same size shape and voltage as the X820,
But the X820 Bat is Li-ion Polymer where as the U600 Bat is only Li-ion,
I've have put the x820 bat in the U600 and now I get a Week usage out of it. Much better.
U said u used D900, I am just to buy D900 or U600. I like D900 more than this but one big disadvantage that i have heard about D900 is that its screen craks quickly, is it true. Please help me.....
Still no trace of this phone in Thailand. Maybe they have big stocks of D900 to get rid of before launching this one (and why did they make a D900i, i wonder).
Wonder why is it taking so loooooong for Samsung to launch U600 in Singapore...
Try setting to a lower resolution, maybe? also if its on "dark" settings, for photos outdoors at night and so on..
Yes most phones have a setting so you can choose to "always allow bluetooth connection" with the item you want..
Check manual, u have it on this site!
HEY is there any way to make the camera take photos faster .... can you plaese let me know.
And when ever i go to blutooth with some one it askes me for a pin code.. can i change it so it does not ask me for a pin code
i am buying this phone, features plus design is amazing. Sorry SE and Nokia, your days are over.
An amazing phone!!! If you liked the E900 you will love this!!! It looks great and the phone is much faster, when reading the memmory card. The E900 was really really really slow but this phone very fast. Also small little touches with menu options make this a great phone.
Does anyone have this phone on Orange, here in the UK, only i'm thinking of getting this phone and wondered how it was with this network?? It's only because networks have there own software inside a phone and this can sometimes cause issues & problems i.e bugs
if anyone wants more details of phone in English then visit.
Were is details?
http://mobi.kz/mobile/catalog/...gh-u600.html - more detailed!
i can understand the dislikes of haveing to get out of speakerphone before you will be able to end a call by sliding the phone shut!
but i cant understand the problem, you wrote, that you cant "end a call by sliding the phone when in connection with Bluetooth earpiece" ?
Isnt the thoght, by using BT hearpiece, that you wont have to have the phone slided open? In fact - most of the times youre using your hearpiece - you dont even have the phone nearby?
Isnt it much easier just to end the call by pressing the little button on hearpiece?