My E770v charges only thru the AC adaptor and not thru the USB cable I use for the PC connection (my MPx200 charges with either one).
Is my E770v faulty or is there a setting somewhere?
Maybe dis is da stupist question eva,but how do u rename fotos??
Ans how do u delete games dat came wif da phone??
Thanks for the info on p2kcomander v3.2.2
I have tried this and it works as you say to install java games/apps :)
Although the program does crash a lot, but if it lasts long enough to keep a connection to the phone then copying stuff over is straight forward (maybe it's just my PC) It can be downloaded from http://www.motomodders.net/
As for the previous comment about charging via USB cable, mine charges fine.....
This is a pretty good phone. Feels well built except for the joystick control which is a bit fiddly but better than the round button on the Nokia 6630.
The miniSD card is only accessible when the battery is removed and while the 256K color screen is very sharp some fo the system fonts do not look so good. The camera is so-so but imported pictures look very sharp.
One minor drawback: the phone will not charge thru the miniUSB connector (the MPX200 can do this).
Hi! I found how to upload your java stuff via usb/bluetooth. There's a hidden folder 'kjava' - put your .jar files there and then intall from phone's menu.
Any way of making the volume a bit louder when youre talking on the phone apart from using the speakerphone.
Iv got the volume at max and its still not very loud
Someone please correct me if i'm wrong, but from what I understand a lot of phones are 'locked' so java games/apps can only be installed by purchasing each game over the phone. There is a way of unlocking some phones so you can copy and install java games. Having serched the net I found details on how to do this on Motorola phones (but it didn't list this model - too new I guess). I thought I would give it a go anyway. The first app downloaded connects to the phone via USB, and unlocks the Java installation on the phone. It connected ok, found the phone, but after selecting to unlock the phone it couldn't do it, so I guess the software is not designed to work on this model. Also, it took about 5 mins to get the phone to switch back on ! it just gave a white screen, I thought I was going to have to it back, but it did eventually come back to life. After that I haven't tried it again !
So basically, I don't believe you can copy Java games to the phone via USB (or Bluetooth). Maybe someone will update the app I tried to work with this model...have to wait and see.
Can anyone tell me how to put in more java games? can it be done using bluetooth? (well my toshiba laptop has buletooth but the wont connect...keeps saying connection failed) or via USB? im searching everywhere in the net but still no luck :(
Answer for Bryan:
I don't think you can have a visible indication of received messages on the screen when the screen is off. But you can set the phone to signal the received message periodically with the message ringtone. It's somewhere in the message reception setup, can't remember exactly where though.
Hope that helps.
You will find most usb cables work with the phone, as long as they are the same size !
Can anyone tell me how to get the time and any missed calls or received messages displaying on the sleeping screen? Ok if you're around when the message arrives, but there's no indication a message is waiting when the screen is asleep? Love the phone by the way - but this aspect is annoying me :-) Cheers!
I was just wondering if i can use a usb cord that i already have...like it is not motorola! but it fits correctly into my motorola E770v?!?
Voice dialing is simple (as long as your phone isn't faulty like my first one!). Press and hold the green answer button, after a few seconds a menu comes up and a voice says 'say a command'.From there follow the instructions given. It works very well I find. (if after saying 'name dial' it takes you back to the main screen without asking you to say a name, you have the same fault I had on my first phone. A master reset from the menus sorted it for a few days, then it went again so I got a replacement phone)
If you are using a bluetooth headset, press the answer button on the headset and the same procedure then applies (make sure bluetooth is on and the voice dial is turned on under 'headset' options in the setup menu)
I got the E770v for chrstmas and it is without doubt the best phone I have ever had. There are so many features, the camera is excellent, as is the mp3 player which has brilliant sound quality. The memory card is very useful. I dont think I will ever get bored of it. I have had no problems at alll with it and the bluetooth works fine for me. The phone is very good value when you consider the amount of features it has and the low price. I would strongly recommend anyone to buy it. do not buy the v1050 as it does not have bluetooth and is getting old now.
About the video formats some were talking before, I personally use another program distinct from phonetools (as my bundle didn't come with the software), like the "imToo", which changes different formats into 3gpp, which is the format my e770 reads.
You have to buy it to fully use it though but you can download a free trial if you want to try it first ;).
Yes it does have mp3 ringtones.
Better than the ROKR E1 ? depends what your after, the main differences are the ROKR has iTunes built in, but no 3G. So if it's music your after, maybe the ROKR is best, if you want to watch TV on your mobile, then the E770.