I am a newbie to the world of WAP, Bluetooth, GPRS and all that, so I'm still getting to grips with it all.. but what a GREAT phone to be learning with. Design excellent, feels so nice it oozes class and it performs great (after I'd spent a fortune trying to get settings from O2).
Anyway.... a question... I use a Palm Tungsten T3 Handheld, I can Bluetooth pics from the phone TO the Palm but not vice versa.. any ideas ? Also... how can I get phone link settings so I can send MMS/SMS txt etc FROM my Palm using the phone? Anyone know how to do it ? Cheers. Anyway... if you're looking for a phone.... STOP looking. and just BUY it !!!
Bought this phone a week ago and its amazing! Easily set up the mms by emailing o2 and demanding them to send me the list of the settings that i needed to change, simple as that! Love the phone... totally!
hi i got my motorola a couple of days ago n im realy interested in the IM but i dnt no how 2 set any of it up ? help pls ? lol
I bought this phone yesterday after spending about a week pondering it and reading reviews. I bought it on o2 pay as you go and it cost me £129.99 plus i had to buy a £10 top up too - although i had this put on my existing genie sim.
I had the same wap & mms problems as so many others but it wasn't that hard to sort and i had done it within an hour.
Overall very impressed. Sounds good, looks good, weighs a tonne! However this is really not a problem. Everyone is impressed by the flashing lights when it rings. I have downloaded a few midi/poly ringtones and they all sound great. The MP3 tones seem a little quieter though.
Photo quality is good-you can zoom in before taking the picture, shame the video clips can't last a bit longer, but I didn't buy the phone for this feature.
The only other thing I don't like is the aerial - have never liked aerials, so have invested in a stubby - makes the phone look all that much slicker.
Overall I am thrilled with the phone and i say go buy one!
Yeah this is a great phone! The only main drawback is that its memory is limited and non-expandable by memory cards.
it looks f**** cool. after weeks of deliberating and checking specs this is the winner, im gonna buy it. one question: hows the Instant Messaging? never had a phone with IM.
Just change the format of your time that's all. I just purchased this phone a few days ago and I find it alright. I've already dropped the darn thing on the first day of usage but only because of how heavy it is compared to my V872 which i previously used before. So far it seems like a decent phone. Speaker is loud and the mp3 quality that plays out from the speaker is quite clear. Make sure if you upload music into the phone you atleast get 128 quality.
i jsut got the phone and the time shows up in military format. is there anyway to change this?
hey i bought this fone a few days ago theres only 1 thing i can say OMG!!! its so gd theres nothin wrong with , at all ! the design is so good and motorola deserve a hell of a alot of credit for their amaxing flip, its so smooth and elegent, i love this phone GO OUT AND BUY IT
i love the mot.v620,if only it had some more memory.i didn't get to transfer pics. & mp3 from other phones to it coz it's not connecting.
for a while i have been wanting a clamshell fone with all the goodies and so i ended up getting the motorola V620. I am not disappointed. On some review sites i went to they complained about the menu options being slow... i havent had this problem - i find it very quick. I havent used a motorola b4 so im still adjusting to the non-nokia way of things but i think its easy and one you get the hang of it... as simple as any fone to work.
Funny enough most of the problems i have read people having, i found the solution to by reading the manual that came with the phone. its good idea to do - after all isnt that what they made them for? Bluetooth is cool, i havent used it before or anything similiar so im really amused by the convinience of it all =) definetly tops.
With ringtones and stuff i had a bit of problem, not realising the bit below it was where the word detail was but it only took me two seconds to realise it and the ringtones are really awes .. the camera quality i think is better than some of my friends fones, and i was surprised how clear pics actually came out being.
I am recommending this phone to anyone. It is pretty easy to use once you get the hang of it and it looks good and the light thing that it has going on makes it more stylish which for younger people - the novelty of is appealing. I give it 10/10 no doubts about it!
I wanna ask you about some information for the bluetooth.Can I use the Motorola's bluetooth to transfer some pictures or MP3 to other mobile phone Nokia(or Sony Ericsson or any other with bluetooth too)for exaple???
Thank you :)
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if you actually read the manuals which you get with the fone, you can change the tone by hitting menu -> settings -> ring styles -> detail.
the question about the charger port.:
it is the standard motorola port: same as my t720i - 3 prongs for charger on the left, about 16 for data on the right.
bluetooth: with this phone, i believe that you can use it to send stuff from your comp to ur fone and vice versa, and between other motorola phones. just go into your local shop and ask them!
if anyone else has any other questions about this phone, please feel free to email me: email@example.com
hi - ive had my v620 for a week now and it scores 20/20 all round.
The phone comes with about 40 tones (some poly and some MP3), 2 games, the photo editor, 3 videos, about 6 images, 3 animated wallpapers and the MOTOMIXER (music mixing software), which takes up 1 MB of the phones 6 (SIX - not FIVE) MB of its memory (it shows up as 5 because 1mb of it cant be deleted). 5mb of space is enough to store plenty of things. like 15 (compressed) mp3 tracks, about 50 photos or about 25-50 standard sized java games.
For the money (i paid 130 quid) you get a phone that looks good, has an mp3 player (although it only has the 5mb of memory), bluetooth, video recorder and playback, handsfree, onboard foto editing, customisable themes (you can change what the whole thing looks like), multi colour lights on the fromt (you can customize these), a photo phone book, an instant messanger, fax and email (i could go on further, but i feel that im boring you already).
so if you wanna complain about its lack of memory, go for a nokia, which are around 50 quid dearer (for the same spec), and you can then go and buy a really expensive memory card, or, you can shut up (in the non offensive way :-D ), go and buy a USB cable, like i did, for a fiver, or a bluetooth dongle, and download the motorola phonetools software, and each night, you can transfer all of your pics, n vids to the computer, n clear the fone.
Why are you people constantly complaining? you;re buying a mobile phone, which is cheap, and does EVERYTHING that any mobile phone out there can do!!! You're not paying 400 quid for this!! if you're that desperate about it having so little space (which it hasnt) buy two - they're that cheap!!!!!
overall: an easy 10/10!!!