Before i buy the stealth, i like to know if the stealth support pocket MSN...???
Hi, i am plannin to buy a PDA but at the moment very confused with 2 models.
O2 Atom or Stealth.
some one please advice me which one to go for. Though atom would be expensive that the stealth, what are the extra specks that are worth paying for.
Bought a new o2 stealth yesterday.Works Ok. Can someone pls tell me where i can download some softwares for the phone and how to use the auto focus on the camera since all the photos i take are grainy. I am very disappointed with the camera. Ezi text works ok. Like a normal nokia phone without the t9.(multitap)
only need upgrade and install ezitext. for use the numeric keypad for write a sms
hi. can we use keypad to create msg.? its always in numeric mode i cant create msg, can anyone pls help me?
i had the same problem as zhiyang, that is i cannot turn the wi-fi on (the wireless manager wont let me do it) and the phone doesnt detect the SIM when i first turn it on. I also cant recieve text messages unless i do a soft reset, and then for only about 24 hours. I like the phone, but can anyone help me with the problems?? zhiyang, did you solve your problems?
you can only use .wav files as message alerts...you can convert the sound file using goldwave...hope it can answer your question
I'm trying to figure out how to use my MP3s stored in my stealth as a message tone alert? Is this possible? I believe a friend of mine that has XDA can do this without having to download any additional program... Is it possible to turn off the dictionary/predictive text? Hope anyone out there could help me out.
All the O2 XDA Stealth users, look at this:
Hi all, just a question, I had O2 mini which i sold and bought O2 Stealth...I am unable to restore my data...O2 mini created a file named compactflashbackupnew but it does not work to restore my data in stealth...can anyone help me? please its urgent...
can anyone tell me if this handset works in the uk?i am considering purchasing one from ebay but dont want to waste money if it wont work.
how much did you pay for the handset and is it worth the money?i had the xda orbit but sent it back.
The same here in Czech Republic. I have bought one via eBay (from HongKong) and it work fine for me with all three providers (T-Mobile, Vodafone and O2).
Recently made the decision to purchase the Stealth from StarHub. It's really a good phone, even though many have complained that screen is small, and that you can't sms with the numeric pad. So, here's my 2 cents' worth:
The sliding cover feels a little flimsy, but nonetheless has a solid feel to it. Do not think that everything on the phone can only be opeated by the touch screen. The navigational wheel, MS Windows button and OK button help to lessen the number of times you have to touch the screen.
The wifi works wonders. It's even able to log on to the internet via a proxy server. But the default mobile browser is weak. Wondering if I can find a program that functions like MS's Deepfish.
As for the numeric keypad, do change and use the input method to EziText. You may do so by selecting the input method when you are in the screen for composing text message (SMS). EziText is not as simple to use as T9. However, it does have a function to add words to the dictionary. You have to add it in manually. Look it up under “Settings→ Input→ EziText→ Options”. Type as you would in T9, then when the desired word appears, use the navigational wheel to confirm it. Many thanks to the sales representative at the O2 booth (The PC Show 2007) for helping me on this.
Do update the ROM to the latest version. Register the phone at O2's website and follow the instructions for the update. I've installed O2 Plus program. It's useful as it lets you see the programs running at any point in time. Also, when not in use, let the device enter “Standby mode” by gently depressing the on/off switch once. (I highly recommend using a password to secure the phone.)
The battery seems to deplete rather quickly. Might be due to the 406MHz processor, and the large screen. Had to charge it every 2 days. My other main gripe about this phone is that EziText changes into Keyboard input whenever I power down the phone. I wonder if there's a way to set EziText as the default input method. The stylus feels fragile, but mine is still holding up. & whenever you make phone calls, the phone continues to take input from the touch screen, so try not to stick the phone too close to the face cheeks.
Oh! And get a 2GB mini-SD card. SanDisk works wonders. Got mine for SGD28 from Sim Lim Sq (level 3). And get screen protection to minimize the number of scratches to the screen. I usually navigate around the “desktop” screen with my finger nails.
Windows Mobile 5 works wonders. Although version 6 is out, there really isn't much of an improvement, so dun worry about using WM5. There probably wouldn't be an upgrade to WM6 for the Stealth. Out of 5, I give the Stealth 4.5. That's all for now. Will keep you posted as I continue to venture into the Stealth.
those people who talk of upgrades, does anybody actually know of a real link that works?
Ive looked at
couldn't trace the upgrade for stealth. Is it known with another name? If anybody knows...
O2 XDA stealth camera is very dissapointing, although it has a 2MP cam, but it doens't have image stabilizer and the response time between the button and the shutter is damn late 6sec. The contacts cannot be copied from the sim card to the phone memory. And I don't see any functions of the numeric keypad, its useless. Physically it looks very stylish but in the inside it lacks a few things. the OS functions is simmilar to Windows XP, yet it still lacks on memory. You have to kill the program manually to save up RAM. overall, I think it sucks!
Its a pathetic phone. I have been using O2s for long time now. I have used Atom, Atom Exec and XDA Exec. I upgraded my phone from XDA Exec to Stealth and only found dissappointment. Stealth is the biggest dissappointment ever. The Screen Size is very small. It makes it difficult to tap work on the screen.
The phone hangs a lot. One has to hard reset it very often.
The other problem is messaging. It does not allow you to add any word to the dictionary. If you do not use eZiText feature for messaging through NumPad, you cannot work with Num Pad. to key in special words you need to change the input method from EziText to Keyboard or other formats that require you to necessarily work with the stylus only.
I am planning to sell it off and get myself a better piece.
O2 is not outting in efforts to look into the quality. They just want to mint money.