KODA... then lend me your phone... lols~! dun mind send me an e-mail email@example.com and lets see how? lols~!
I need your help.
I have M900 with old version of the firmware.
Do you know where I can get software upgrade in USA?
If someone knows where I can get spare battery, please contact me.
My email is firstname.lastname@example.org
I need software upgrade and many things.
Please, help me.
nop.....am living in Malaysia and am using "Maxis".....I was able to send sms to starhub or singtel but now, I can only send it once and then the rest, this message appears "sending file failed"....this phone is great except I can't figure out this stupid problem.
Guys I have been using this phone for a while now.. I tried making my own .3gp movie file.. Its lower then 2MB and resolution I tried both 174 x 144 and 128 x 96 but when i try to play both files, it only plays the audio of the file and for the picture it simply show a M PLAYER word at the top.
Any possible solution??? I checked my firmware and it 93A84020.. Could it ve firmware problem???
Holy prapola, not all of my last post got posted! x.X
Oh well, as I was saying, the 3 features that it has over the M900 that might catch a consumer's attetion is:
Oh yes, regarding the talks ya guys are having about the Samsung E720 phone, that pphone's really damn chich in terms of looks. Its design sure kinda suits the more hip teeangers and perhaps people in their early 20s.
The design of the M900/M430i's design however, looks more as if it was supposed to be suited for the corporate businessman =)
After all, the D506i in Japan is what we'd consider a 3G phone, and businessmen might use the phone for video conferencing once in a while (maybe? Just my speculation).
Its features are somewhat similar to that of the M900, but 3 features it has extra which might catch your attention are:
I got the phone for SGD$498... Which is quite silly when considering Japan sells the D506i for about SGD200, and the D506i is more advanced than the M900... Or should I say, the M900 is a dummied down version of the D506i.
Anyway, RRP for the phone in SGD is:
$898 w/o plan
$598 for those who switch to this phone in less than 21 months of switching phones from SingTel and
$498 if you've used your previous SingTel mobile phone for over 21 months, or if youre a new SingTel user (I think)
*Differences noted from my previous Nokia 8310:
Also, the SMS system for the phone is based on T9, so its very easy to use even for one who's used the Mokia 8310 for a very very long time (21mths+) like me.
The difference is the the '#' button is used as the space ('_' option) and the '*' button is used to switch between small and capital letters. The erase/backspace/CLR button is placed above the '2' button, and the Menu/T9 button is used to switch in-between the 'Dictionary' mode and the 'Multi-click' mode.
All-in-all, the SMS interface is very easy to use =)
the spare battery quite ex woh....ard $47 or $48. c u all can get cheaper when buy in bulk...haha....i got a spare batt so no worry 4 battery life...hehee
to all spare battery is available at far east 4 what i know another place is at bukit merah....
for far east is at level 2 when u go up the far east staircast just head straight to the back where a restaurant call sakura the shop is around there....
to windsor:you wan? come get it loh! :P
to Rebecca: u living in sg? maybe your sim error. check with your service provider :)
Hey guys, I'm having a problem......I was able to send sms to my bf who is using singtel & starhub without any problems. But now, I can't. It seems like I can only send one sms per day to him. When I try to send the second sms, the message "sending message failed"....what's going on? I can send to scotland etc.....but not to singtel or starhub(I can just send one per day)....
to ahboy: only singtel have the exclusive rights to sell Mitsu phones. # for space, 0 for changing words. Yes it have chinese input.
to skie: wer are u from? :D I totally agree with u.
to nt: instead of a datacable, u can get a card reader which is more widely available. spare batt is not available in sg YET. If i'm not wrong, data cable also. correct me if i'm wrong.
to windsor: i've looked at the specs, looks really similar to me. If not, i think M900 is better (ext 262K and bigger screen,ext memory slot,camera,design) To be fair, its best u get ur hands on one, cos you need to find our for urself why Mitsu got an increasing no. of loyal supporters :D
I have been comparing this phone M900 to Samsung upcoming next phone, E720... and a lot of my friends tell me that Samsung phone better...
Both are not bad... but basically compared to functions, brand, teachnology, memory space, size and weight samsung that phone is better... but I still need to investigate more on these two phone... I never held or even touch a Mitsubishi phone b4... anyone have any video clips or something else to show me on this phone?
prob gona buy it soon, does anyone know how much addititions like the data cable and a spare battery cost and where to get them? (in Singapore)
I've used two different Mitsubishis and I can say that their system is comparable to Nokia's though Nokia is still slightly ahead in responsiveness and system design. However, I feel it's a major improvement over the SE and Samsung systems that I've used. I don't think there's any problems adjusting to Mitsubishi, once you've used it you'll love it. I've been following this forums and guess how many people said they regretted buying the M900 (or any other Mitsu phone)? Exactly 0.
I'll be sticking with Mitsubishi for the foreseeable future. Now if only the M900 was available here already....haha.