U by 2, U put 1 on top of the other (sorry for the silly joke, just couldn´t resist it)
I´m afraid there isn´t a way to increase the memory on this phone. Cheers.
This is a g8 phone, but the only prob with it is the memory does & the video recordings don't lat that long, does any1 know how 2 get more memory on this phone
I've had the GX25 for about a month now. A few of my posts appear earlier about the open-to-answer feature. For STEF:
The phone cannot do this. The best it can do is having the any key answer function selected, then pressing the side buttons (or any other) when you open the phone. Its the biggest disappointment for me, I really expected it to have this feature, I didn't even think to verify this at the store.
I'm not sure I understand exactly what Jidane means below. I live in the UK, and just about every flip/clamshell phone I've ever come across has the open-to-answer/"active flip" function. The Motorola T720 I had TWO years ago had this function!
With regards memory, I've reached the limit with about 80ish medium (240*320) pics, and nothing else. I've bought myself a bluetooth dongle to transfer and send them to freinds, I've had a problem connecting, but the post below by Antmoll should hopefully sort this out..Thanks!! I don't really play games on it. I would like to get Tetris for it though...
In general, I'm happy with this phone, as I'm happy with the tarriff I'm on. (Which is more important I think) The camera quality is great, even in low light (I've got a few good photos from inside nightclubs), but the subject MUST be still. The 'shutter speed' is too slow for action shots. I don't use it for videos, maybe because there's not enough memory to bother, maybe because I'm not interested...who knows?
Its light, the batterys OK compared to my old phone (need to charge every 2 days with normal use [for me])sound quality and signal are both good. Perhaps the phone isn't as flexible as it could be, but for me, its OK. Just a shame about the active flip problem....
hey i would firstly like to thank everyone who replied to my question regarding the GX. I now own one and am very happy with it. To Answer the storage question i have only about 4 30second mp4's and 50 or so photos which works out ok cause, i just put everything straight on the computer, as for ringtones and stuff im not too sure cause i haven't played around with it that much yet. Thanks once again to everyone who replied cheers!
this is fantastic ,super and much attractive!
and comingsoon i buying this phone.inshallah1
hey guys, i'm thinking about buying this phone.... but everyone is saying it has crap memory 2.1MB means nothing to me... can someone tell me approx how many photos and messages it can hold?
I love my Gx25, but theres one problem, I dont think there is enough memory, and i want to trade videos with my mates, and my mates phone has a big memory, and i am wondering whether you can upgrade your memory e.g. going to a shop to get the done with my memory.
I got my fone for only $100 off my cousin and what more can i say, im "greatful" for this fone. Over here its worth $499.00 NZ stuff that I aint wasteing my money on a fone worth dat much! But anyways Im happy with the fone its only really for texing and emergency calls, the cameras fantastic and u shouldnt worry bout the 2.1MB jus use your common sence and get a USB bluetooth 4 your PC then send all your data there. Fink wisely dont be fussy.
on the highest res you can save about 25 fotos, bit unlacky but it doe not play mp3s you would have some luck with getting a data cable and getting some midi files to play, and with midi files being so small you should be able to store a couple on the phone ......understand that this phone has a limted memory that cant be expaned.
I thing i'd like to ask before i buy this phone. With all the memory you get, how much of everything can you have(pics, wallpapers) Also can you record a song and set it as your ringtone? Please help, stef
With the memory that this phone has to offer. How much can you download? How many photos, video recordings and messages?
I would recommend GX25. I was using K700i befor I bought GX25. K770i is very sluggish. the keypad is very hard and uncomfortable. Although it has more memory to store files, the camera is not even the same quality as GX25. GX25's camera is excellent for VGA quality. The display, of course, is better in GX25 than K700i. (i mean really much better!)
hope this help
If just be aware if you buy a sony ericsson from the uk market there has been very little r+d done on these fone i work for a mobile air time provider and have had probelms with v800, s700i and the k700i the k700i as been the biggest headache for S/e at one point they wre looking at doning a recall but did not. Has something to do with network compatiablity. from personal exp i woulkd rather use a S/E as a papert wieght .....at least it would be serving a purpose
Hi Rick, Go for the K700i, much better phone...more memory etc.. getting one myself...gx25 is too restrictive for me, it prevents files over 100k from being downloaded (no good for swapping vids with your mates)and will only let you download games via wap with k700i download games from the net and put them on your phone with a bluetooth dongle attached to your pc or a data cable and send 'em to your phone piece of p****...but if your not bothered about swapping funny vids with your buds via bluetooth and don't play games then i suppose there's nothing wrong with the gx25... hope this helps you a little Rick
hi was just wondering if anyone could help me with a small dilema. I am trying to decide between the sharp gx25/gz200, and sony ericsson K700i. I currently have an older model sony ericsson and have had nothing but problems with it, the same go's with a few of my friends that also have sony phones. Does anyone know if they have sorted they're problems out by the K700i ? Or if the sharp is just a better phone anyways
to SI: I know that a few models of Flip phones that can answer just by flipping open the phone.
Yes, without pressing the any ans key.pretty sure that most of the Samsung flip phones can do that.
When I received the phone, it was a case of love at first sight, but the relationship did'nt last long when I could not get it to handshake with my blutooth handsfree kit in the car so it's going back tommorow.Pity, it seemed to have everything I was looking for in a mobile.
Regarding conecting the phone to pc via a bluetooth dongle and getting handset manager to connect with the phone....what you need to do is pair up your phone with the software that came with your dongle(IVT Bluesoleil in my case)and click on the serial port icon, it should then tell you it's connected via serial port 5 as in my case or whatever. then in handset manger the gx25 software click on 'option' then 'interface setup' and select the serial port that your dongle software has given you. hope this helps :)
P.s the fact that this phone resticts the max file size of 100kb for file tranfers and you can't upload games to it via bluetooth makes this phone a lame duck for me. Get yourself a phone that is more userfriendly. i don't actually own one, friend has and i'll steer well clear.
Hi Zorica. It depends on the things you consider the most important when it comes to a mobile phone. This handset has very good software (quick), very good sound and excellent (I mean excellent) display. It´s a bit short on memory but still with the bluetooth you can make up for that (and you can store quite a few images anyway). I would recommend it hands down. As for the other phone you mention what I know is from the web, I can´t give any personal experience on that. Cheers.