I've been using this phone for more than a year now and my opinion is very positive. I think it's a great phone for business people who also spend a lot of time in traffic for their work. Like account managers, sales managers, etc. This phone just has everything. Also I must say that the windows mobile version is very stable. The battery is very powerful, when you just use it for text messages it will be up to 4 days. When you call al lot this is 2 days, which for a smartphone is very good. I'am u student, and I don't recommend it to other students. This phone is very big. Some of my friends call it a mealbox. So it's not comfortable in your pants or wherever you put it.
BH, 25 Nov 2009I got a friend wanna to sell HTC tytn II for me. Can anyone tell me the HTC tytn II whether i... moreIt is a cool phone depending on how you use it. Think if it as a vehicle that you always wanted to buy: What features do you want in the phone; are you going to maximize its usage like the use of its spreadsheet, etc. It's internal GPS comes in handy for me as I travel a lot and you can even upload pictures in realtime to share to the world ( GEO Terrestrial for example). Some phones have it too but this baby has internal GPS, not GPS-assisted which carriers charge for extra...
Francis K, 19 Nov 2009I have a Vodafone connection, but unable to configure internet. Vodafone live is already activ... moreContact vodaphone and tell them that the phone you have is v1615...they wont be able to text msg settings but for sure can email you the settings...
i got a offer to buy the htc phone and the model no is htc hytnll so my request to all the users should i buy dis or not....
hi can any one give me an option for unlocking this phone for network????
Sameer Mathur, 18 Dec 2009How do i transfer contacts and personal information from HTC TyTH II to Blackberry Curve 8320use the Desktop Manager
How do i transfer contacts and personal information from HTC TyTH II to Blackberry Curve 8320
Unsatisfied HTC User, 27 Nov 2009Listen to me everyone on earth. Save your MONEY!!! Do not purchase this phone. I had my htc le... morei had this problem when i just got my tilt(pre -owned) u will never guess how to fix it...go ahead,guess.... Just put i tiny,not to thick piece of paper behind the sim card then slide up sim cover over it..the sim just requires some pressure to make contact with the board,that's it...no actual bug..P.S I luv this phone
HTC Tera will come out next year between the first and second quarter... Tera here i come baby, the kaiser is doing me quite well up to now so getting the Tera will be a GREAT upgrade! Cheaper version of the htc pro 2 & smaller... i love it cause i wasnt giving up my kaiser till a device close to ist like and size comes out!!! then there was the HTC Tera lol
Unsatisfied HTC User, 27 Nov 2009Listen to me everyone on earth. Save your MONEY!!! Do not purchase this phone. I had my htc le... moreTo the guy with INSERT SIM CARD ever thought
About soft reseting your tytn ii PS the phone
Is not a brick it is very cool
i find it difficult to connect wifi in this phone cn any1 help please a.s.a.p
@Unsatisfied HTC User
I've had this phone for over 18 months and am very experienced with Phones. 1st, Have you checked your SIM card coz that could be the Main Source of the problems with NO SIM CARD INSERTED, and always switch your phone off when inserting or removing the SIM from the TYTN II, I'd try another SIM card and see if that solves the problem. 2nd The screen is not that sensitive and DOES require some pressure on it at times, so I guess you've really been pressing way too hard on the screen to break it. As for repairs have you tried to contact HTC to find your Local Repair Center, many local Mobile Phone shops don't know how to repair these phones as they are pretty complicated due mainly because of the tilt to access the qwerty keyboard.
Listen to me everyone on earth. Save your MONEY!!! Do not purchase this phone. I had my htc less than a year and spent $650.00 for it. At first everything was fine, it has some really nice features about it but then it happened. First things first, you have to keep it in it's case because the LCD screen is very fragile, the lest amount of pressure applied,will easily break it. I had to replace my screen and it ran me into $160.00. US DOLLARS
The next issue is with the sim card. Once the sim card is in, dont ever take it out unless your purchasing a new phone. I had to take my sim card out for a slight moment and when I placed it back, it kept saying NO SIM...PLEASE INSERT SIM! EVENTHOUGH THE SIM CARD WAS IN ALL ALONG. This has been going on for 4 months now and its still saying the same thing!!!
I took it to various cell phone repair stores and no one was able to fix it. Every where I called, and went No one was able to fix it. Now am stuck with a big brick of a phone and cant even use it.
Like I said before for,the typical business person,it has alot of cool features but other than that there's nothing else to it. My advice to you is be careful of where you purchase this phone and ensure that it's an orginal and not refurbished, because if this is how the original acts imagine a refurbished phone.
P.S. the games suck too!!
I got a friend wanna to sell HTC tytn II for me. Can anyone tell me the HTC tytn II whether is nice or good to use it? Will facing a lot of problem in this phone? Thanks...