hey i cant change language from chinese to english can you help me please..
I need your help regarding my zte e811,the problem is that the phone prompts for a code whenever i insert a sim card and switch on but do not prompt for the code when i remove the sim card.Can you please help me with the code.here is the IMEI:353494030012080,thanks.
salut a tous.
vodafone 1231 est plutot apressier en Afrique mais pouvez vous m'envoyer le code de deblocage apres manoeuvre de RESET car je souffre de ce probleme actuellement.
I´ve got this zte mobilephone and can not use it.
I´ve no vodafone contract but want to use this smartphone too..
What could I do to make GPSsignal, internet etc. run?
Are there any possibilities to set it up for using with an german prepaid card?
Thx a lot
It is a rubbish phone, partly due to Windows Mobile being rubbish.
It is produced by ZTE, ZTE sells the E811 http://wwwen.zte.com.cn/en/products/mobile/mobile_detail_291.jsp?mobileName=ZTE%20e811
Does not come with updates (either WindowsUpdate or firmware updates).
The Java virtual machine has very bad support of Java features, need to install a third party (search "jbed").
I got a (badly) localised 1231 which I still cannot figure out how to switch between input languages (keyboard layouts). WHAT'S THE SHORTCUT TO SWITCH BETWEEN NATIVE LANGUAGE and ENGLISH?
Ok. I have one of these for over month now, and I must tell you it has been excellent. To be honest, I got this phone for free as I upgraded my vodafone subscription, therefore I assumed it would suck big time.
In contrast, it has a very good design (similar to my blackberry. The photos found on the net are ugly) it is quite light, the keyboard makes texting very easy (while a PDA I had made my life difficult with the stylus). Windows 6.1 is pretty fast thus I prefer it much more than other mobile OS, as I can find tons of software all over the net. I don't mind about the WiFi, as I always have a pc near me (home, office, etc) but I like that it has bluetooth and GPS. I installed destinator 8 and works perfect as I loaded the maps on an SD card.
On the today screen it has very nive looking (and useful) widgets. Also, the camera is ok. It has a kind of flash but I wouldn't expect more from a cell phone.
Overall, I am so far quite happy with this device as I don't think it lacks anything from my expensive blackberry or PDA (except wifi which I wouldn't use anyway).
I hate to tell you this, but the phone in your pocket right now is from China
AnOnYmOuS, 25 Oct 2008It's because china does not support 3g fully. Wifi is rare in China.no it`s not.
ZTE is a manufacturer of Telstra phones normally for people who don't get reception in the more rural areas of Australia.
Now to be honest ZTE is more trouble than it's worth... More problems with them than any other phone I've ever sold.
I have 1 and this is a excellent smartphone. They have replicated the design of the Blackberry 8800. Overall the design is great and the OS (windows mobile 6.1) is great. Battery life is approximately 3 days without charging and all functions and features are great with UA.
It's because china does not support 3g fully. Wifi is rare in China.
Seams ok in my opinion, all though the design is a bit desapointing.
I hope it'l be n the market soon so I can test it myself and get a feelinf for it
iv had enough of all these chinese manufactured piece of crap,they arnt even worth $1,every products is og poor quality,from gyms to communication they just SUCK,iv never had any single luck with any chinese product, i try my best to avoid anything made in China even if i had to pay tripple the amount i still will,im surprised i wasnt made in China.......wait....lemme check.......
Why chinese mobile phones originated from china lacks wifi gps and 3g functionalities? if they add these 3 features to their phomes, nokia and se willl die soooner than later
This would need to be priced very competitively to be considered over other devices currently on the market
ZTE is a Chinese company specializing on telecommunications, internet, broadband, and mobile telephony.