Well I hope you're not as rude as the O2 shop assistants I have dealt with in the past.
I went into the O2 shop to buy a memory card for my phone, and was told that a 2gb card would be £30. When I said that they were only £20 in the O2 online shop, the 'assistant' was very rude.
I ended up buying one on ebay for £15 including p+p and received it the next day.
I suppose your job is reasonably safe until everyone figures out how to use the internet, but there's no need to be rude and pushy.
It's a shame really, if you want to actually handle a phone before you buy it you have to go into a shop and put up with a halfwit that can't get a proper job.
Do you deny that it is possible for a set of earphones to malfunction without maltreatment by the user?
Maybe you should upgrade your job to a call centre or McDonald's?
Or maybe one of those people who stand around in the street asking people if they have had an accident or injury in the last three years?
Just a suggestion....
As an employee of an o2 store i believe this comment was harsh as we are the people who help you decide on phones and maybe you should have looked after your earphones better instead
Does it support MMS. Coz i've received 1 MMS and it says to go on web and check the link and follow instruction ? how to activate MMS in orbit ? pls reply at firstname.lastname@example.org
I've purchased Orbit 1 days before from Carphonewarehouse how would i check tht it have co-pilot or not ? Cold u also let me know how to change the tone of Text mess coz I didn't knew when it comes . I've to check it several times in day. pls. email me on email@example.com. Thanking you in advance.
My first smartphone and quite impressed with it.
Would like some help setting up e-mail account with AOL. How do I check for new mails? - is the phone always 'on' i.e. will it will automatically update all e-mails received or do I firstly need to access the internet in some way??
Secondly is there any way of finding up how much KB/MB i've used up when on the internet? i don't want to go beyond my allocated 1mb per month. Cheers.
Thinking about getting this phone, but how is it for sending text messages? I realise thats not what its primarily designed for, pu can you type them using the touch screen with your fingers, or do you have to use the pen thing? How well does it work?
its good phone i and it was very usable with GPS my one got the co pilot it work cool and photos are real nice even in low light and mouse little bit difficult to use and it was a good phone
I need new headphones for my device. I went to the O2 store and those idiots dont even sell them. How stupid is that!!!
What do i need to use my own headphones?
Phil, yes I do close the programs. I have wisbar advance 2 and that will close a program whenever you hit the X button. My device will not run slow when its active and I am running programs. The problem is whenever I have to soft reset. If I have too many programs installed the device will not re-boot and will just keep automatically reseting time and time again. Once I deleted a few programs from the device my orbit reboots fine.
i bought this device from ImportGSM, the shipping was fast and the customer WAS great before i made the payment. If anyone gonna purchase this phone from ImportGSM, you better becareful it comes with the T mobile MDA compact III firmware, which is a extremely unreliable, it made my phone freezes along with WIFI doesn't work properly. I had to waste money on 3rd party software in order to connect to WIFI. In my conclusion, for anyone who want to any PDA phone from online, do make sure ask the seller which firmware it comes with.
The only way to reset your password is to do a Hard reset, but you will loose all the Data on your device, you have to hold down the 2 soft keys and insert your stylus into the reset hole on the right edge of your device, hold the sylus in for about 5 seconds and take it out, while still holding the soft keys, you will then get a message asking you to confirm the hard reset, once done, are passwords are deleted giving you access to your phone, hope this helps!!
Do you close your apps after you finish using them? Or you just keep them open? I think it is slow becuase you run too many programs at the same time. Not because you have too many programs.
I am going to go back to my exec soon. I will never buy a PPC without at least a 520 MHZ processor.
The problem I have with this, is it cannot handle all the programs I install. It gets to a stage where the phone struggles to re-boot and I have to uninstall programs. With the Exec I never got these problems. The Exec may take slower to reboot but at least it does.
Had this PDA/phone for a couple of weeks and it's great. Had XDA IIi before which is a little big and slow. The Orbit is so much better. GPS with CoPilot works really well and Windows mobile os much more functional. Only thing missing is a devise lock button rather than having to do it on the screen!
i have lost my password for my xda
can anybody tell me how to reset it??
please help me!!!!
thanks in advance
how good the performance?8.1??? its real?? :P
Coz Orbit has used 200mhz? so far that i know,most of kind of O2 product used 400mhz for minimum processor?
Hi all.I suddenly can't open my Messages on the Orbit.Doesn't matter what I do.Every five or ten minutes the Following Problem Message comes on the screen that give me the option to send or not to send it to Microsoft..
I don't want to hard reset the Orbit,or I will loose very nice txt's I received froms friends around the world.
Do any one knows how to solve this matter?
Email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks to all.