ive got a QUESTiON please answer it ASAP.
can the second camera be used to take pictures also?
No this phone works fine.
I'm using it 2 months and I never had any kind of problem.
is this phone got some trouble like sometimes its going to restart or turn off by it self or it's just stop and you can't do anything and you must take off the battery then put it again.something like that.cause my cousin bought v3i and it's sometimes got that problem.i'm afraid this phone has the same problem.i like to buy this phone.please help.thanks!
You can put a mp3 as a ringing tone with out croping it.
There is no problem...
you gotta chop down the size of the mp3 to make it your ring tone i use audacity to do that it's free software and works great.
I agre with u, the phone is perfect and I can not see the reason for the low voting results
It should be:
I have had this phone for one months .. and i have to say is perfect . I have ahd nokia's and sony ericssons never a motorola but i have to say its a very very good phone , it dose everything you can think of and the picture quality is amazing , great sound (music) . Every easy to use .
well i think its a good phne , do u knw this phne has a a100 software , cool stuff
I got this phone two days ago and I must say I"m very pleased with it. GReat call quality, mp3's are awsome, camera is 1.3mp, not bad. IT is not like the old razrs, v3 or v3i. So much better. THe menu is great. Messaging is a breeze. And 3g?!?!?! IS GREAT!
thanks brittany for the reply,
guys, i read in one of the recent posts here...
can't it really use mp3s as ringtones??
i got the v3xx as an upgrade on three from a v3x and apart from its size and form its nothing but more of the same, poor software with bugs and lacking in features.
the camera is appaling and motorola seriously need to buck their ideas up as still putting a 1.3mp camera in any handset nowadays is just daftness especially when other companies lke sony ericsson and nokia are offering 2.0mp as standard even in their budget handsets.
also with the lack of any basic photo editing (like face warp)or ringtone composer really show how far motorola have fallen behind the oppisition.
after using the v3x this feels like a step backwards especially the software as it looks like the OS that is used on the original razr as compaired to an advancement on what the v3x used.
the v3xx does have some good points like the screen which is clear, viberant and bright but the outer screen looks like motorola were just using up any old original v3 outer lcd screens as its dull and very poor also the keypad is cool with a deeper blue backlight and exellent quality feel.
overall i think motorola has dropped the ball with this handset and it will take alot to get back some diehard fans of their handsets as this is a poor offering that falls short on almost every level.
on a personal note i found it so bad that its now stuck in my wardrobe in the box as i bought a cheap sony ericsson k610i that is feature packed and very nice looking fone for not much money.
Can anybody tell me if the speaker is really loud&clear for mp3's just like sony ericsson phones
What is the address book like? Is it like the one on the original V3, where you can just put in a name and number, or more like on the V3r where you can store street addresses too?
Just got 2 razrs. Have music on it but can't make my songs ringers. Please help!!!!!!
FINALLY I've found a suitable replacement for my excellent phone from the past: a dual-band StarTac. In between I went through several phones, including most recently a black RAZR V3 that was very disappointing. I misplaced the RAZR and bought this "Dos Equis" version to replace it. I found my phone, but this one is sooo much better I won't return it.
Every gripe I had with the original RAZR has been addressed. Side buttons are now lockable. Screen is vastly improved. The way the contact list works has been vastly improved. Camera quality is better (though not really all that great... hey, it's a phone). Ability to play MP3s from a 2GB Micro SD is quite a plus. No driver is required to connect this one to a PC. Basically, attention has been paid to many details.
All that is minor stuff because -- and I can't emphasize this enough -- it works *very* well as a phone.