nid to clarify some issues from some comments other made..
1st..the batt is not weak..it the same batt for
750v as well and it work perfectly fine in it, so in conclusion, its the fone which dried up the batt so quickly..
2nd...like 650v, 680v doesnt haf wifi initially but eventually 650 is enable wif wifi now hence i believe that 680 has a very high possibility of hafing wifi as well...
So if there is any more questions plz feel free to raise it up...cheers for palm users!!
I´ve been testing this phone for about 3 weeks and has a lot of weak points. The batery don´t last more than a day, if you try to use the EAS the push function works great but the attached files makes the phone reset every time you try to download a file. In resume this is a great hardware but the software and the lack of WiFi makes it a second choice over a Windows Mobile smartphone
For me works very well,only issue battery autonomy, I recommend it, good design, fast,and prefer Palm OS, no Winbug Mobile, never
can anyone tell me if it's possible to add the wi-fi card onto this?
I just changed my Sony Ericsson P990i for a Treo 680, HUGE MISTAKE!!!
go to text messages-->press drop down menu-->options-->preferences-->privacy mode(hide text)
ring tones can be added using mintunes which u can download from my treo.net...works well.
Yaay, i've reached nearly 10 days n still have 40% of battery with light use. Ofcourse phone, ir and BT are all off switched most of the time...
Is there a way to change my Treo 680's phone cover? I cracked my phone cover and I've been looking high and low for a replacement...help!
do you guys notice that LED above the screen of your treo680? I usually didnt,cuz it had no significant functionality.Palm supposedly had it on the 680 model only for several reasons: showing that your treo is out of coverage area (blink red) and when your treo is fully charged (solid green) (and usually fully charged meant 98%, lol). Now you can have it blink green when in coverage area.You can even choose the speed of the blink.Peeps in Wish solutions made it happen.props.....Anybody interested in having the control over LED back, can download a Freeware from PalmGear.com here's the link