hey.. jus got my xda2s yesterday.. be honest, not as good as i tot it would be.. major set back is the wifi.. can't use it at all.. and worst is the handset keeps hanging, really anoying.. but other than that .. need to explore more..
Hi everyone!!! I have just bought xdaII s. But there is a problem about alignment. It always freeze. After re-opening it shows "windows mobile" and ask that tap the screen for align screen. but it doesnt show normal screen anyway. Could you please say how i solve this problem? By the way, there is no help in offical website. i am very dissapointed...
does any body knows where can I get software of MP3 Ringtones Patch for XDA IIs?
Pretty good for a PDA phone...however, I think we should not confuse it with a typical mobile phone for its size and battery life as this is a feature packed handheld with everything that a PDA and a mobile phone can do. Let's give O2 a sound applause for a design well done.
I just bought the phone a few days ago and am already experiencing problems. The WIFI connectivity shows that i am connected but when i open internet explorer or msn messenger, it gives me an error message saying " The page you are looking for cannot be found." I am using wireless internet at home and the wireless connection on my laptop is working fine. That really puzzles me, shouldn't i be able to automatically surf the net without doing any settings. Please advise, Thanks.
Can Some one tell me which is better between O2 XDA IIs and O2 XDA IIi? how about the price?
Which is newer between them?
it sure is an awesome "foneputer". aside from the occasional "freeze" - handwriting recog is great, connectivity excellent and wi-fi surfing rocks. My router is picked up till 15 meters. Found that voice command app is handy - though the one i got is still not very good/sensitive. 2 way data transfer via BT works well.
1. can BT handle voice commands or just basic call features?
2. whats the latest / best voice command software?
3. speech to txt and vice versa possible? ( ala Tablet PC )
A well designed PDA with good connectivity features. Tip: You will find the XDA 2s freezes a lot. To fix this get rid of a uneccessary file> in file explorer/windows/startup/ Delete the single file called "connection." This will remove the O2 symbol from the start menu task bar and decrease the similtaneous network connections that slows the device down and causes it to crash. It works much better, faster and smoother once you have done this and this can be restored with the device software cd should you ever want to restore it. The wireless lan works at far ranges up to 15 metres providing you have a good wirless router. A divx pocket media player needs to loaded where the windows media player does not play many formats and does not function too well. With a high capacity memory card in the expansion slot you can load lots of exciting pocket programs and utilities and have lots of fun. The querty keyboard helps with online activities like banking and msn messanger. The battery life can be improved, solution always carry a backup. Use microsoft pocket pc theme generator to create your themes and manually copy the pocket pc theme file directly into the windows directory to display the theme in the "today" theme feature under personal settings. I give the xda 2s 9 out of 10. Question: Can the blue tooth headset only route the phone feature or can it be used for all audio output like music on the device?
I was wondering if anyone could give me some feedback on between the O2 XDAIIs and the Treo 650 as I am debating right now between the two, both are a little pricey here in Canada and seem to have about the same rating level, the reason I'm leaning towards the O2 is the bigger screen area ... Any opinions/suggestions from anyone who has used both/either ?
Pick the xdaIIs. had mine for a month and still having a blast using it.. the keyboard is very usable.. Never had any problems with my unit.. it froze once but it is just normal for any phone.. P910i is the worst choice.. while the 9500 is a brick.. and both is symbian, which for me is the worst Operating System..
Xda IIs is the best!!! but can u send file from xda2s to pc via bt? (original software)i can send file via bt to nokia,but i cant send any file to my pc via bt.. >.
Hi there, I am tossing up in getting either O2 XdaIIs or the Nokia 9500 or either the Sony Ericsson P910i. Can someone help me plz? I have heard that O2 have problems? Thanks
Am from Singapore and am eagerly awaiting for the realease of O2i in Singapore, does anyone know around when it will be released in Singapore?
If I were you, I'd choose a windows mobile device over the symbian 9500.. Not only is the xda IIs more powerful but it also has the best softwares available.. From a tech junkie's perspecive, A symbian device is no match to the Windows mobile device.. Also, a 9500 is bigger and uglier, in my opinion, than the xda IIs.. Wi-Fi works better with the xda IIs too.. I really can't find any good things to say about the 9500.. I'd recommend the xda IIs..
hey ppl i have read almost all the opinion abt the nokia 9500 and O2 XDAIIs but i dont know which one is the best or worth to buy , so help me in buying one of the phone . thanx ...
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.
Just saw one, And it is most absolutely the best-looking pocket pc ever.. LOL. The xda2 Mini is also good but it is ugly IMO.
THe XDA IIs is an absolute chick-magnet!!!
Very cooool looking phone!!
XDA IIs rocks!! It has got to be the most handsome pocket pc to date. I have an XDA IIs and never experienced the problems being mentioned here by other "supposed" users. With all the possible connectivity options like Wi-Fi, bluetooth, infrared, GPRS, Quadband.. It's got everything. The screen is fantastic. The battery lasts much longer than the XDA II. Keyboard is very very usable. As a matter of fact, it is better than the clie UX40 I had before and way better than the treo.. Pocket PC rocks. Anyone who gets to use a pocket pc would never look back into there "palm" days..