Can somebody explain in detail how to fix the blank screen during call fix to a noobi?
Just bought tytn II last week, no tomtom is included? is there any free download from a reliable site
To Sam.If you want to edit the registry You will need to install resco file explorer or total commander(freeware).To edit with resco tap up. until you see full tree view,then look for my registry tap it and hey presto!
hi there, does anyone knows that tytnII using the same battery as tytyI? let me know, thanks.
There are a number of sites to find registry edit information. I use the XDA Developers site www.xda-developers.com
Ok ive got my my tytn back, I feel better now. Can anyone help with the screen turn off. Ive tried the earlier post but how do I get into the registry. Help pls
wow this looks like an amazing phone...just one thing though. Why didnt they give a 256k colour screen? after giving this phone so many features, they dont give it a screen to match it
I've now has this pda phone for five weeks so I feel placed to submit my opinion.As with all devices that have the touchscreen interface calls and sms can prove harder than usual but aside from the physical aspects the actual unit is quite superb.My TyTn II picks up a better reception than my n70 and has a far better signal than my old o2 xda.The wm6 os seems made for the tytn II or vice versa(who knows how HTC and wm work things out!!)From navigating through menu's,opening applications,switching from Wi-Fi to HSDPA etc etc..everything is zippy, just the way you had always hoped/prayed a ppc would operate.I could go on and on listing the positives but I think it would be easier to name the very few gripes I have with the handset so here goes.Screen should have had a better resolution and the loudspeaker could be slightly better.Anyone looking to buy a pocket pc should seriously consider the Kaiser.IT'S THE BOMB
TT with the gps on kaiser is excellent.This is what you do.Install a torrent client on your pc.Search for TOMTOM for pocket pc(the file I downloaded came with uk&ireland maps)then if you want additional voices or indeed maps search torrents sites again!or you could be honest and just pay for it!btw you just install the required maps on your memory card
Does the GPS on this phone come with the maps already loaded, or you need to get this service from the signal provider? Thanks
@Lord Vader The registry edit works fine.Countless people have successfully applied the tweak.
Sam - you must have just got a bad phone; it happens. I have the TyTN II and the reception is very good with a clear and loud volume in the earpiece. Because this phone is quad-band it covers all frequencies a provider would transmit on gloablly. So you'll laways have the best signal available
Screen Turning off
Did not work with the LINK given below from some guy
BUT I do have Youtube on my Tilt & is Good :)
Come on sam, take it easy! I own tytn 11 and 10 other pocket Pc's before that but it is the best no doubt about that.
People donot purchase. It is overhyped and poor signal quality. I have had to send mine in to HTC twice for repair and appauling customer service. They never fixed it first time and then couldnt locate it the second time. Its just another hyped up gadget not worth the money.
This phone is looking good and features too....:) I wonna buy this, appriciate can any body tell me how is the performance.
I have been having interesting discussions with a certain 4pKi/4pJ$. One fact is clear: the battery technology to adequately power a sub 3 inch VGA screen is available but companies have not utilised it. When I state adequately power I am talking about a day's work thereby necessitating daily charging. It is incredible that 4pJ$ along with others on this site are hostile toward daily charging when we are talking of a feature packed power sapping device! Most of us are not forest or cave dwellers: electricity is available. Power sources can be found in kinetic chargers, dynamic solar energy, car chargers and indoor sockets. Remember that TyTN II is only a small mobile device. The battery is not supposed to labour forever. Prolonged intensive use of the device whether with QVGA or VGA res is bound to drain the battery quickly.
The HP iPAQ 910c with a capacity of 1840mAh proves that you can place high capacity batteries in small devices. It also proves that a higher rated battery will not necessarily make the device heavier than others with similar form factors. Look iPAQ 910c weighs only 146g which is less than Nokia's E61i and i-mate's JAMA 201 although the latter two have less battery capacities. JAMA 201 has only 1100mAh and yet at 152g is still heavier than the iPAQ. So 4pJ$'s assertion that it is fact that more battery capacity always means more weight is NOT true. It all depends on the skill of the manufacturer. Therefore TyTN II coupled with a 1840mAh battery may even weigh less than it does presently!
On the topic of weight, there are a thousand ways to carry a 200g phone: trouser pocket, jacket pocket, small bag with shoulder strap, small case strapped to one's belt etc. The assumption that everyone wears tight trousers and carry their phone in the trouser pockets is not true.
Technology evolves and improves by manufacturers selling products to consumers who now use the products. Feedback of their experiences now pinpoints weaknesses that can be improved upon. The internal combustion engine as seen in the motor car was improved by consumers buying the cars and through empirical use, any faults were highlighted. The idea that we should wait till battery technology improves is ridiculous. Technology is already adequate to run sub 3 inch VGA screens. What is needed is consumer involvement so that smooth operation can be optimised. I am definitely going to buy one of the forthcoming slide-out QWERTY, VGA devices in addition to TyTN II. Why? Because it satisfies my need. I deal alot with graphs, tables and charts, so clarity is important to me. I am not going to be cheated out of a vivid VGA encounter because of someone's bias propaganda attempting to make everyone shun devices with sub 3 inch VGA screens. I have the faith that manufacturers would not be irresponsible to make a device that dies after one hour's use. So let us buy these devices, enjoy them, test them, discuss them improve them but certainly not ignore them like 4pJ$ is cynically suggesting. The much respected phone arena.com in their professional review stated that the screen of TyTN II really should be VGA res in these contemporary times. That is a profound statement.