I just got a motorola z8 and planing on buying new memory card so can someone tell me the max size memory card a z8 can hold
Hello i got this phone 4 months ago! This phone always freezes and music's not going auto play mode always i need to press next button! what i need to do play next music auto! Sorry my grammer is bad in English
shady, 24 Feb 2009do u have the user manual in english?Hello Shady,
Follow this link : http://www.motorola.com/Hellomoto/Master%20Lists/Product%20Manuals/Static%20Files/GB-EN/Z8%20English%20User%20Manual-new.pdf
Anonymous, 23 Feb 2009i saw a guy commented about the memory capacity of z8. He said that it can only handle 100 son... moreit can hold more than 100 sounds.. i brought my z8 an i have like 170 sounds on it.. an i have a 1g memory card..
Anonymous, 23 Feb 2009i saw a guy commented about the memory capacity of z8. He said that it can only handle 100 son... moreI'm pretty sure Z8 handles more than 100 songs...(capacity of a 128mb card?)
Here is my experience with the memory card of Z8.
I bought my Z8 back in June (for about US$250), I checked and various sources indicated Z8 supports more than 8gb memory card (up to 32gb?).
So I paid near US$50 for a 8gb card into my Z8. However, for some reason my Z8 couldn't read any content from the card.
Something went wrong with my card? I doubt so as I put the exact same 8gb card into my U9 (which officially only supports 4gb!) and all the songs and files can be found / played.
What went wrong with my Z8? I had no idea, so are the staff from my local Moto Service Center...who investigated but couldn't figure out the reason.
So now my Z8 runs on a 4gb card and it works fine...only the phone is so complicated I'd rather play music from my simple EM35/Zn5.
I bought this phone a 3 days ago. I need help setting up/where to find applications lock for messages, folders, contacts, etc. as it used to be on motorola phones. I really need to put password/security code on my messages and folders. Previous models of motorola has this option; Application Lock. Any help would be appreciated. Thank you...
i saw a guy commented about the memory capacity of z8. He said that it can only handle 100 songs. For your information my z8 has 131 songs currently and it is still fast as new. Maybe you only have a very low capacity of memory card which explains why all of you guys are complaining. How poor of you, before you complain, try using it with a high memory micro sd
I got this phone today. Unfortunately, the user guide is written other than english. I need help where to download english user guide/manual of this model rizr z8. thanks..
shady, 21 Feb 2009yo.. i wana buy a z8. its it a good fone 2 buy??If you live in the eastern parts of the world like Europe i think that you should buy it (strictly on 3g speeds for this phone). But before you buy this phone please read my problems and good point review of this phone.
100 Moto, 19 Feb 2009I was using Moto A835 as a 3G phone back in 2004...yes, I ain't any Moto 3G expert like you do...I don't have to be an expert to know that.
You just have to know what you are looking for.
i havent use Z8 but i think its design s quite ridiculous although d features are ok,i definitely love d razr v8.with its flip top nd touch screen listening 2 music s an innovation.
I also love nokia n85. It has great features like 5mp camera, slim,nd has wireles LAN.nd i post this comment on it.there s no argument on which s more innovative.i think choosing a phone wud mean coinciding with one's personality.
Kryptonite, 18 Feb 2009LOL!! You see when you watch to much T.V. this is what happens. You acting like the z8 was t... moreI was using Moto A835 as a 3G phone back in 2004...yes, I ain't any Moto 3G expert like you do...
100 Moto, 16 Feb 2009To answer your question:
Next problem; 3G; here I was thinking that Motorola’s 3g enabled p... moreThere is no problem with the set that does not work in USA or Canada. Please note you need to change the softwear as according to region wise. Cell are manufactured as according the technology available in a country.
All you need is to install sofwear and change setting in you cell phone. Please note I have a Motrolla set too and it worked though I bought from an Asian market.
100 Moto, 16 Feb 2009To answer your question:
Next problem; 3G; here I was thinking that Motorola’s 3g enabled p... moreLOL!!
You see when you watch to much T.V. this is what happens.
You acting like the z8 was the only 3g enabled phone when it came out, for all you know they could've used the N95 or a Samsung u700.
100 Moto, 16 Feb 2009Just curious why didn't read all the comments about this phone BEFORE you made the purchase...... moreLook right, it was up for sale and me and another dude wanted it. He didn't have the money on him and I did and I thought that this phone had everything so i bought it. I had no time to go home and check out this phones features, I had the opportunity so I took it OK. That was one opportunity I really shouldn't have taken.
Kryptonite, 13 Feb 2009To tell you the honest truth, this phone is semi-complicated; it’s slow and is a great disappo... moreTo answer your question:
Next problem; 3G; here I was thinking that Motorola’s 3g enabled phones could’ve worked in the U.S.A. when I go there I can’t use it, and why is that, because the 3g’s band is 2100; why can’t Motorola, wait, all phone companies see that we people travel and need 3g that can work in more than one part of the world, well I see Motorola has 9 phones with 3g that can be used in America, at least!
You need to thank the Americans who use special frequency away from the rest of the world...where the rest of the world using GSM 3G are running on WCDMA 2100, the "American 3G" runs on GSM850/1900.
So most quad-band phones from Europe / Asia only works on the 2G network in US. I don't really know any (Moto) phone that suppports both US 3G and European / Asian 3G. If you do, please let me know.
Phones like Z8 which support GSM850/900/1800/1900/WCDMA 2100 should work most parts of the world....where Japan runs on its own frequency but now also shares WCDMA2100, with US using GSM850/1900...but no 3G connection with the rest of the world.
Maybe the Americans did that on purpose to "defend" themselves from the terrorists...so they cannot video call each other for details on how to take down more buildings / airplanes.