Allan, 13 Dec 2008Pepsi, I've got your favorite question for you. Does this phone have bluetooth transfer? LOLAhh, Allan my favourite question of all time.
How lovely of you to remember!
The iPhone has revolutionized applications for mobile phones, allowing a vast array of applications that perform hundreds of different tasks to be easily downloaded and installed through the App Store, a native application on the iPhone, iPhone 3G and iPod touch. Using a WiFi, EDGE or 3G connection, users can purchase applications (some are free) from the App Store and download them directly to the phone. Apps can also be downloaded from the iTunes Store and synced with the iPhone/iPod once the device is synced with iTunes. The App Store was developed by Apple to interface with the AT&T cellular network. T-Mobile is also developing their own version of the App Store, most likely to interface with their newest smart phone, the T-Mobile G1, the first phone built running the new Google Android cellular firmware, which was likely built as a competitor for the iPhone.
Artanis, 14 Dec 2008How fascinating, every mouth of the teenagers and children hails its profoundness that they ma... moreOne example of why the Omnia is a POS.
The Omnia has 8GB of Internal memory, 90MB of phone memory and can take a micro SD card (in the example I'm about to give the phone had a 4GB card).
When you transfer files to it via bluetooth guess where it goes by default...
...I had a customer come in who had tried to transfer 400MB of files from an N96, she was getting constant memory full errors.
So you go to SETTINGS memory management to find out why, it showed the 3 lots of storage and the 90MB was almost full, the others were empty.
Can you move files from memory management?
So minimize that then go to PROGRAMS file explorer, to try and find where all these files are.
They were buried deep in MY DOCUMENTS, so find the folder, hold the stylus and wait for the little spinny thing and the cut menu to come up, cut then go up a few levels to MY CARD and "paste".
MEMORY ERROR go to SETTINGS MEMORY MANAGEMENT and delete unwanted files...
... it is about this point that you want to throw it at the wall.
What did she want to bluetooth?
Some songs to use as ringtones.
Where do you think that is located, is it on the 8GB of free space, the 4GB of memory card or the already full phone memory?
Stupid, stupid, stupid Windows Mobile devices are not ready for the mass market.
How fascinating, every mouth of the teenagers and children hails its profoundness that they make it as a household name. Hefty price is inadequate even if Samsung Omnia is cheaper and overshadows its minimalist's features. As a word-of-the-mouth, people don't care even if they mislead of 8gb storage, 5 megapixel camera, Windows Mobile 6.1, GPS etc. All they care is the tradition..
Unfortunately the phone can not use its blue tooth to connect to any other devices, only to headsets, and to that previous comment, racism should not be tolerated in these discussions
Allan, 13 Dec 2008Pepsi, I've got your favorite question for you. Does this phone have bluetooth transfer? LOLYes it does, it transfers my wife's voice from my iPhone to my ear via my bluetooth headset (although sometimes I wish it didn't).
Anonymous, 13 Dec 2008hi everyone..
i've got a little Question...
can i download my own mp3 songs on the iphon... moreYou can import whatever you have on you PC into iTunes and then transfer to the iPhone.
iTunes will even find cover art for you.
Anonymous, 13 Dec 2008lol thats just hilarious, id have to agree it is a bad idea to try and gift someone an iphone ... morePepsi, I've got your favorite question for you. Does this phone have bluetooth transfer? LOL
i've got a little Question...
can i download my own mp3 songs on the iphone or i'm banned only to the itunes?
Anonymous, 13 Dec 2008lol thats just hilarious, id have to agree it is a bad idea to try and gift someone an iphone ... moreImagine giving a gift with extra costs, like toys that use batteries, games consoles that need games and subscriptions to play multiplayer... etc, etc, etc.
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970lol thats just hilarious, id have to agree it is a bad idea to try and gift someone an iphone for christmas, but then again how many people give contracted phones to anyone as a gift without talking to them about it first?
other then that he did a great job of pointing out some very obvious and widely known facts ;)
Peace, 13 Dec 2008I bought this phone. I dont like this phone any more. It does not have GPS reciever. Its a ... moreum it does have a GPS receiver, it just doesnt have proper GPS software yet, it still only has google maps.
I bought this phone.
I dont like this phone any more.
It does not have GPS reciever.
Its a lie.
Hard to work with T-Mobile.
Mia, 12 Dec 2008Hi, I've been using Nokia for about 4 years now and the last cell phone I had was the N95. I c... morei'm using the iphone and i'm quite a texter,,
i can text almost 100 sms (which the amount of free sms my operator gives) each day..
texting using the iPhone is just amazing once you get use to it.
the only problem is you can't text if you did not look at the screen which makes it hard to text at a class if you still go to school. but for short texting i can type without seeing the screen for several short phrases.
but no worries i have my 6500c for back up phones..
E71 is a better phone?
i don think so..
coz my friend using it and he is going to change it to an iPhone soon..
if u really want an E71 forget it,, buy bold or new curve instead much better...
Can any one tell me the sound quality(Comparing i pod) of iphone 3G
can i make a registeration in itunes with my usa adress and apple gift card from a pc working out of usa? please any one can help me.
Anonymous, 12 Dec 2008i mean 5 days with calling and reseving calls.but with out using safari or what everWow, that's pretty impressive compared to the battery life of iPods&all. Thanks!
therock, 12 Dec 2008oh...i forgot to mention...the iphone has a brilliant fast interface user and fast connection.... moreThanks a lot. I find the N95 one of the best phones or the best phone Nokia has let out so far but the problem is mine is pretty beat up and that's why I'm looking to buy a new phone. If I want to keep the iPhone for a while that would be hard with the battery and all because I know from my iPod and using the iTouch the all the i-batteries just run out quickly while Nokia's tend to last longer and can be changed. I'm thinking of sticking to the E71 it's got all I want and I really haven't heard any complains while a lot of iPhone owners I know are telling me to avoid it. Anyway, thanks a lot!