Can u open Office Excel 2007 on the At&t Tilt or Hytn 2 ?
cos i couldnt on the old At&t 8525/Tytn 1
well I have now the AT&T 8925 for 24 hours and this what I think so far,
battery life is great despite missing with it all evening i still had 70 % left, I did blue tooth on, wi fi on and did so much internet browsing.
camera is just ok for still objects otherwise you have to ask people to stay still, it's slow.
amazing internet speed using edge network( 3g will be available in Nov) however when compared to my friend's Iphone he was having more fun with touch flow but slower than my 8925.
65 k color does not make worried. it's vibrant and excellent however I definitly had hard time outdoor in a sunny place. I could not see a thing.
excellent sliding mechanic, great materials.
size wise it did fit in jeans pocket but it was a burden after a while. it's heavy.
excellent blue tooth pairing with my car system.
great sterio sound.
Now that I've decided on the TyTN II. Does anyone know of any reliable retail/online stores that have good pricing for it? I know jandr offers anywhere from $100-$200 off for an upgrade/activation of phone service. Since I have TMobile the jandr rep said I would get the $100 upgrade discount.
i have had this phone for about 3 weeks now.only thing i don't like is the battery life is very weak on edge but it might be a bad battery.
camera 3 mega pixel and zoom is very nice.
right now i'm in the airport atl ,u.s on at&t 3g network. using my phone as internet sharing.its simple one click aaway with ubs.
the speed is so strong and powerful.running at dsl speed almost.
watching slingbox tv,on aol messenger and brwosing web pages with no slow reloading pages.design is sexy.
I had been using a jasjar with it's fabulous LCD.Yes it's true HR screens are capable to show more information which is helpful when using a browser or working with office documents,excel for example but at the end of the day the TyTN II preforms extremely well,no lag no freeze ups,unlike the toshiba's etc.I think HTC were correct not to incorporate a VGA screen in this unit.
Can the contact information held on a Palm be transferred easily to the HTC Ty TN II?
At first I thought that HTC were holding back but on deeper thought it is clear that HTC are sitting on the fence because they are uncertain whether they can attain smooth and reliable operation of the device if they implement VGA res and 262144 colour palette. The Qualcomm processor and the battery capacity would not be enough. Nevertheless Gigabyte, I-mate, Eten and Toshiba have all taken that step. The VGA res quest on 2.6-3.5 inch screen is laudable. Vivid VGA res inspires one to work harder because of the excellent visual feedback. Afterall we are human; we have emotions. We react to quality visual stimuli. HTC should not sit on the fence too long...they may fall off!!!
Oklahoma city. I called around and I got the same answer like you. however my friend is an authorized dealer for AT&T.
when I called the AT&T stores they told me yes they did receive them and already sold out. I suggest you go in person and find out for yourself.
What city r u in ?
I called AT&T & went to the store they dont know about this phone AT&T Tilt
well my friend at AT&T called me. they have my 8925 charging and ready in 2 hours. it's for $500 without contract. the nice thing about AT&T is the support in case of malfunction and the 30 days return policy. I will play with phone over the weekend and let you know.
Has this Phone got a Extended battery ?
Where can we Buy it
Please Help (need Link )
so r u saying we need to carry 2 headsets ?
1 for music &
1 for talking on phone
Their's several members at http://www.xda-developers.com that own the TyTN II.MSome of those guys work in the industry and know just about all their is to know.Having read through several topics the GPS appears to function very well however there does seem to be a problem using a bluetooth headst but overall this device seems to be right on the money
could you please test whether its GPS has the following problem associated with some WM devices: "Anyone using a WM device for GPS in their car now has to either remember to press a key every few minutes, or enter a 8 digit + password every 20 minutes" (ie WM not treating GPS as user activity)
Is this true :(
Can u listen to The Music we listen to & the Videos we watch on Youtube on our bluetooth headset in the HTC TyTN II
i have csd on my phone provided by my local network.....does that means that i can receive and send fax calls on tytn 2???and does the navigator support vocal instructions to guide you in order to reach the required destination????
HTC TyYnII owners how does the phone perform so far.. Im undecided btw the HTC and Iphone.. but i'm leaning toards the iphone simply cause of its design.. I do not want to lit any fire with this thread .... your feedback is appreciated
1. Kaiser can act as FAX modem.
2. You must have CSD Service activated on your SIM card first in order to recieve FAX/ DATA CALL on your handset.
3. CSD (DATA CALL) / FAX service may not be available in you area or from your preferred GSM carrier. Please contact you GSM carrier Data Support for information regarding activation of CSD (DATA CALL)/ FAX services on your SIM card.
4. _ALL_ HTC handsets released to date have CSD capabilities.