Can somebody tell me what is the price for the O2 XDAIIi in London UK (sim free) and O2XDAII ?
GPRS, well .... why is it so damn expensive???????????? it is so unrealistic , data transfer is bigger all the time, is it just me , or is everyone peeed off about this?????????
i have had my xda11 for a year now ,it just keeps getting better with the beta player and tomb raider game (exact the same as the real thing, exact) + a 1 gig mem card , it all i ever needed..
A website I regularly used succesfully with an XDA11 is causing my XDA11i problems. When accessing part of the site which is password protected, I get kicked out of the browser altogether.
I wonder if it's something to do with the SE version of Windows mobile 2003?
The 11i has more memory, faster processor but cannot handle a site which the XDA11 handled with ease - any ideas?
Further to my previous comments about O2 XDA IIi. Pls do not forget to install an anti virus on your O2 XDA IIi. It helps to protect your O2 XDA IIi from malicious viruses when you surf the net or receives emails via your O2 XDA IIi. It is better safe than sorry...
This is Harris from Singapore
Me and my newly bought O2 XDA IIi has become an instant buddy. It helps me alot in organising my hectic daily schedules. I would like to share this with those who already owns O2 XDA IIi and those who are with intention to own one. Be extra patience your O2 XDA IIi. Its character is similar to your desktop and your notebook. Pocket PC is still a PC irregardless its sizes. If you overly pushed it beyonce its performance capabilities, it will hang or slowed down and thus will make you frusrated. The users actually have to be well educated when come to use these gadgets. Learn more about its functionality and capabilities before you use it beyonce its limit. Consider its limited ROM space and its speed. Of course if the user expect this tiny gadget to perform like a super computer then its the users' mistakes. A 1.0 litre car cannot run as powerful as a Formula 1 racing car.
I'm still trying to get use to its performance capabilities and did expected too much out of this little guy
I am from Singapore. So far using the phone for a week have been a headache. The phone sometime just hang without me knowing. Maybe I use the phone and SMS alot.
Maybe it help to make me more organise but i think I will prefer a phone and a PDA.
Maybe it wun hang up so often that I really become quite sick and tired of it.
plz tell me when is O2 MDA IV is coming if u hav the photo plz mail it 2 me
if u are not bothered by having to use the stylus for sms/email or data entry then a IIi would be fine (as pointed out it has upgraded hardware)
Are you sure that this is not an MS Pocket PC 2SE issue? I am not sure that MS Pcoket PC 2SE can do it.
O2 IIs or IIi:
IIi has faster processor (520 MHz v 400 MHz) and 1.2 Meg camera. While IIs has QWERTY sliding thumpboard and only 03 Meg camera. The IIi has more available memory 59Mb v 44Mb. Both use MS PockPC 2SE and are within AUS$200 in Australia of each other. Try http://www.my-xda.com/comp.html for more info'
So do you need a keyboard or more memory, beter camera and faster processor?
Or chould you wait for the O2 MDA IV?
plz tell which phone is worth buying O2 XDA IIi or O2 XDA IIs
Ive recently moved to an XDA11i and like others the first unit i got kept locking up . Back to the o2 shop ( I live in london England ) and they do an immediate change . To date I am very happy but am stuck on a minor problem . I can surf the web via wifi or GPRS , but want to get my unit to talk to a blue tooth moddem plugged into a wall phone socket to get the 1p per minute rate . Is this possible ? ive got the modem ( zoom 4300a) but to date the 11i only picks up the fact that it can be used as a serial modem , not that it can talk via blue tooth . Zoom think that o2 may have down graded the op system so that it wont work in this configuration ? and therre for force you to surf via their expensive account ?
Can Some one tell me which is better between O2 XDA IIs and O2 XDA IIi? Which is newer between them?
i think the O2 XDA IIi is suitable for the white collar,becaauce can save many unnessary works and improve their work performance.
the design is quite solid and if can modify smaller than before, that will be great.
if can add the 3G function will eb more perfect.
I upgraded from the XDA2 and got the XDA2i. Don't waste your time with the XDA2i.
The XDA2i has bluetooth problems and the screen keeps locking up especially when using TOM TOM Navigator (this is a known problem to O2)
O2 replaced the XDA2i with an XDA2s but I can't see that it's that much better than the original XDA2 though at least TOM TOM Navigator works better but it was fine in the original XDA2 I had. There is more flash memory etc but having used them both I really didn't notice any real difference. Memory space is increased but I have a storage card anyway. Slide out quert keyboard? what's that all about are the onscreen keyboard and leter recogniser not enough??
For the price difference and the fact that the features and speed aren't that much different (Except the camera viewer is garbage compared to the XDA2 which shows a full screen view of what you are taking pics of, the XDA2s shows about a third of what the XDA2 and XDA2i shows).
For me I will be sending it back and just getting a newer XDA2
I have an xda11i and loaded Tom Tom 188.8.131.52 using a clip on GPS reciever from Fortuna with access via bluetooth, I have been back and forth with 02 and TOM TOM who are saying that v 5 is the only version that will be compatiable with an Xda 11i ?? however I have had the nav software work once ?? but all I now get is GPS disabled ?? any ideas please
I have tried since 3 days to sync my new XDAIII with a Mac. No luck. Any advice?
Hi there, i bought this phone and i wonder how to set the ring tone using Mp3 songs that i have downloaded, also the sms alert , can it be changed to a mp3 song too?
Thks for ans my queries.
I am also intrested in finding out about any new releases