Anonymous, 21 May 2009yes you can forward sms and well any thing and how do you do that, i cant get it to forward sms
Hi magic users, presently i m a symbian os user.i m planning , to buy magic provided it has got features given below.
1)call recorder without making noice during recording.
2)fring/skype with voip i,e voice chatting using mobile internet(GPRS,EDGE).
3) locking files or sms inbox
4) mobile tracker
5) profiles automatic changing(e.g general to silent) with time settings.
6)answering machine, it answer the call when u r absent or not able pick the call.
7) encryting and decrypting files.
i had read in previous opinions that magic does not support voip , that means no voice chatting possible using skype or fring?
please clarify n let me known what are the possibilities with magic.thank u.
Anyone looking for the manual
Just got one today from www.welectronics.com , this one is more smaller and slick then the original G1 , faster and easier to hold and to make calls upgraded my memory and will see how that goes,
had the magic for a few days, not botherd too much that the camara is.... in my eyes "standerd" but ... soppose not be able to take a pic in the dark hurts slightly, a bit confused to why i cant get the song playlist off the front of my screen after i tried one of HTC amazing song tracks ha, oh well! (any tips)
i have come to a conclusion that i am not gonna be able to bluetooth my m8s for anythin unless we both have headsets? "heard you can bluetooth" and "heard you cant" er also been told "theres an app bein made soon" so im clueless till proven otherwise?
findin something good to do all the time (with the apps) , the lay out is eazy to use and to glide thru.
overall good fone 8/10
Singapore - 22nd May 2009.
MobileOne (M1) - Singapore will be launching HTC Magic.
More details at the URL below.
Singapore, 14 May 2009 –StarHub today announced its collaboration with HTC to launch the second-generation Android phone, HTC Magic, in Singapore soon.
htc will release 2 new android os mobile phone in the year end..the name are unknown yet..may be one of those will be named htc hero just like the rumour..
any user notice that the battery isnt really great? i charge it to 100% and now it's 66% and it's been like 5 hours, fairly used (approximately 5mins talk, watch videos 4 about 20mins, music for 1 hour, connect to wi-fi and surf 4 about less than 10mins, play games like 30mins). is it normal? my n95 8gb has better battery than this. is it sumthing wrong wid mine?
Anonymous, 21 May 2009Can you forward SMS and MMS on the HTC Magic? Thanks. yes you can forward sms and well any thing
good news for indonesian..htc android will be launched n bundled with three big operator (i guess it will be telkomsel,xl n indosat) just like blackberry..the price will be in idr 6-7 juta..that will be an expensive just like blackberry..i think better buy n97..
rottz, 20 May 2009does anybody know if we should have a data plan to activate this phone (like G1) or not?yes you must be on a tariff that has internet built in.
does anybody know if we should have a data plan to activate this phone (like G1) or not?
I was having a lot of trouble deciding between the iPhone, HTC Diamond2 and this phone. I went for this because it was cheaper than the others, I liked the appearance of it (some might disagree but I'm a bit fed up of boring black blocks) and after reading lots of praise in reviews I fancied trying out Android for myself.
And what a great decision I made! Granted this phone has some drawbacks which some users will find impossible to get over: no 3.5mm headphone socket, no front camera for video calling, hardly any inbuilt storage capacity (although upgradable to 16gb microSD), a very average camera with no flash and currently only 3rd party support for MS Exchange ActiveSync (the free software on the market provides a mediocre solution or for a tenner you can get some good apps but the experience still doesn't quite compare to WinMo devices which I expect will put off many business users).
However, for me, the positives far outweigh the negatives. Android is an absolute joy to use; it is simple, responsive, highly customisable and looks great - this for me is the phone's greatest strength. The on-screen touch keypad is equally excellent and easy to use once you get accustomed to it. The AndroidMarket is also a strong point; full of excellent (many free) applications and constantly expanding with a keen developer crowd - an advantage of Android seems to be the vast control developers have over the phones hardware and functions, meaning they can create powerful and varied apps. Customisability and upgrade potential were big factors in my decision and this is where this phone and Android really shine above the competitors.
The google mail and calendar activesync is seamlessly integrated. The YouTube application is the best I have seen. The browser is fast and easy to navigate. The screen looks fantastic and is very responsive (in my opinion better than the iphone screen). The OS is very stable (hasn't crashed once since I started using it 3 weeks ago) and the phone seems to cope well with multiple, process-heavy applications. The battery life is above par for a touch screen phone (easily a full day of heavy use or two days of light use). And given that this phone costs £5 less per month than the iphone, with no handset cost and a slightly better tarrif (through Phones4U), I believe it is an excellent investment which will continue to improve as Android evolves and more developers jump on the wagon. Magic!
its a gud fone sum smart apps on there fanta pudhisooorinyiyah
Anonymous, 01 Jan 1970SOORY
Does this phone capable to cope with the lg or lg viewty smart