to lulu, if u r still new to downloading .sis file, choose the fexplorer 1.11 save in desktop the fexplorer.sis then send it via infrared to x700. in inbox open & install it. use copy & paste to move file in c: or e:
to lulu, u can use file manager such as Seleq, FileMan, Fexplorer to move data untill change the operator logo .Fexplorer u can download in http://users.skynet.be/domi/download.html
to Ardy, use Fullscreen caller download at http://www.symbianware.com/product.php?id=fscaller60 . its trial version , email me ur IMEI i can crack it out for u or i send me email i can give u the full version
to vize and to all: i have the fone, like it a lot, but just havin a bit problem.. how can i be able to chnge the setting of the memory that i will use. i mean i want my files and other documents (images and sounds etc.) to be saved on the memory card instead in the phone memory...(coz i always receive a " memory low delete some data" message) i really apprec8 if any1 of u guys find time answering me back.... :)
i'm using this phone about 1 month ago.Great phone and easy to carry compare than any symbian phone (big and heavy).Before this i'm using nokia 3650.
I just want to ask here...where could i find forum for panasonic x700?
PhotoID only appear with a small picture at externel screen?.How can we make it become a full screen?
this fone has da worst case ever, it has nice functions and staff, but if you hate this scratching plastic noise dont buy it, cause wort then this i didnt see, sometimes i feel that the fone will crack open
Phone is the most feature rich phone I know.
also I managed to listen to mp3s using ultramp3 software.
some minor cons:
1. slow like any symbian phone
2. battery goes quick
3. accessories not easily available
4. no cable or headset supplied. :(
Just a question about the operating system of this phone. With the symbian OS of nokia phones, I found that when you are using a bluetooth headset, the phone itself does'nt ring, only the headset does...is that the case with this phone?
Just listen to my advice, I`d strongly recommend x700 for everyone for its features,performance & durability. Get a smartphone ,in today`s technology Symbian OS is the best ,ive tried Windows Mobile,Palm be4.But i found Symbian application are more & much better.There are hundreds free Symbian application over the net waitting for u to make this phone a complete device for watever u want.
Hi! Hope this one helps all of you in deciding if this phone is really for you.
-Length x width x thickness: 97 mm x 49 mm x 23.9 mm
-Weight: 107 g
Network bands supported:
-Standard: GSM900 Class 4 GSM1800 Class 1 GSM1900 Class 1
-Data bearer: GPRS Class 10; CSD (Circuit Switched Data)
-Standard: 780 mAh Lithium Ion
-Talk time: 2 to 6 hours
-Standby time: 77 to 170 hours
-Charging time: approximately 90 to 120 minutes
-Main display: 176 x 208 pixels TFT LCD; 65k colours (2.0 inches [measured diagonally])
-External display: 64 x 96 pixels CSTN LCD; 56k colours
-Type: VGA CMOS; Standard (640 x 480 pixels); Portrait (80 x 96 pixels)
-Self timer (10, 20 or 30 seconds)
-Sub display as viewfinder for taking self-portrait images
-Photolight: Range 1-2 m (for taking pictures under dark conditions)
-Video: H.263 Encode and Decode; MPEG4 Decode; 3GPP OMA compliant streaming
-Video Capture Length: unlimited (subject to available free memory) (2MB is equivalent to approximately 4 minutes, means more free memory longer video recording!)
-Other features: “Superbright” Photolight; up to 4X Zoom; Frames; Crop
-Bluetooth: Serial port, Dial-up networking, Object push, File transfer, Headset, and Handsfree profiles (v1.1)
-Infrared: SIR (slow infrared)
-Operating System: Symbian v7.0s, Series 60 v2.0 [second edition] (feature pack 1)
-Browser: WAP 2.0 (WML, XHTML MP, WCSS, cHTML, other)
-Java: MIDP2.0, CLDC1.0, JSR 82, 118, 120, 135
-Digital Rights Management security: Forward lock DRM + additional content protection
-Messaging: MMS 2.0 (SMIL), SMS, Smart Messaging (i.e. OTA service settings for MMS, GPRS, etc..), Chat, E-mail
-E-mail: SMTP, IMAP4, POP3, MIME2
-Personal Information Management: Contacts; Calendar; Scheduler; Clocks (NITZ [Network Informed Time Zone], analog, digital); Alarm; Calculator, Converter, To-do notes, Notepad
-SyncML: v. 1.1.1, Device Management and Data Synchronization
-OMA Client Provisioning
-Document Viewer/Editor: view/edit native Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint documents
-Image Editing Features: Crop, slide show, panorama stitching, frames, add clipart, warp photos
-Predictive text: Tegic T9 text input
-Voice Recognition: Speaker independent name, continuous digit dial, command and control (i.e. say “Open Messages” then the phone goes to Messages, etc..), voice tags
Content and file formats supported:
-Still Imaging: JPEG, TIFF, WMF, GIF, BMP, WBMP, PNG, EXIF, MBM, SMS OTA, ICO
-Video playback: 3GPP (H.263), MPEG4, RealVideo7 and RealVideo8
-Video record: 3GPP
-Audio: RealAudio Voice, RealAudio7, and RealAudio8, AMR-NB (narrow band), AMR-WB (wide band [a.k.a. True Tones]), WAV, WVE, MIDI (40 layers), GSM 6.10, RAW, RMF, XMF, SMAF, Bluetooth audio devices are limited to voice calls
-Ringtones: 40+ polyphonic, OTA ringtones
-Application installation package: Symbian .sis file
-Java: JAD and JAR files
-Digital certificates: Yes – can download
-vCard: Send/receive business cards (Contacts cards)
-vCalendar: Send/receive calendar events
-Themes (downloadable themes)
-Caller line identification with image in sub-display
-Speed dialing, Automatic redial
-Built-in handsfree speaker
-Call conversations recorder (max 1 minute)
-Sound recorder (.amr format) max 1 minute
-Cut, copy and paste function in message editor
-Multitasking, List and Grid menu
-File manager, Application manager and Device manager
-Chinese lunar calendar (if language is set to Chinese)
-Rotate, pan images
-Backup and Restore files from miniSD Card
-File transfer from PC to phone and vice versa
-Adjustable display brightness
-SIM Tool Kit
-Print Boy (for printing quickoffice documents to a printer wirelessly via bluetooth)
-Wallet (I’m not sure about this one)
Bought my X700 on 06/02/2005 during a roadshow in Malaysia at RM1500.00 (USD395). Package also comes with data cable besides the usual suspects. Got a Jay Chou latest CD and some other Panasonic promotional items foc.
Thus far my only gripe in the battery performance of the phone. I found out that the phone needs recharging every other day but then again, I'm a heavy user utilizing most of the phone functions daily. From sms to PIM applications, camera to games not to mention browsing the web. So perhaps recharging once every other day is not too bad at all for this kind of power hungry phones.
You can't judge this phone unless you actually use it ! Overall, it's a great phone with features that you won't find in other smartphones. Symbian OS is always upgradable and has plenty of apps available over the internet. I dropped my 7610 last year on our driveway and it broke. I dropped my X700 with power on as I was getting into my car, nothing, not even a scratch ! Panasonic's durability is unmatched, maybe only by motorola. My wife has a 2 yr old X66 and she has dropped it probably more than 10x already, it never broke. That's one of the reasons I shifted to Panasonic, they're so damn hard to break ! I don't mean to enter it into a dropping contest, but a phone's quality can be confirmed by it's durability. Panasonic phones were made to last. I gave my old GD92 to my daughter and it still works perfectly. I wonder who will inherit my X700 2 years from now ?
never buy this phone i am panasonics fan for several yrs this model will be liked by none its a bad piece slow bugs difficult to use battery problems i am totally put down by this phone.bought it specially from thiland for 300 dollars now crying and shockeddd that panasonic could make such phones.. stay away sincere advise
I would like to ask if there is any way to make X700 to browse web through the PC boardband via bluetooth?
Thx very much.
i got one this week. As a die hard Panasonic fan, i have struggled with this a bit cos it doesn't work like other panasonics. On the whole it is very very good. I like it a lot. But i have two questions about the case screen, and i can't find anything in the book.
1. Can you change the wallpaper on the case screen (if it can be used as viewfinder, i should be able to put a photo on it)
2. How do you get the case screen to stay on the analouge clock. After a few minutes mine keeps going back to the digital clock.
Thanks for you help
to flamingsnot & soul-man , the agile messenger works for x700 ,ive tried out the icq before. the agile web hasnt been updated as a newcoming x700. Basically all 6600,7610,6260,6670 app are compatible for x700 as it use the same version 7.0
to mobilex , yes its a streaming AVEC fm radio,need gprs to stream. cant really put fm radio software where phone has no radio receiver & transmitter in it. im now looking for the motorola bluetooth radio, its a stereo headset radio via bt.have to buy it around 100 us.
To Vize: number 9 in your list is FM Radio is this a program or a some kind of addon? or is it streaming radio?
i saw this today in phones 4 u. its not a bad fone at all, nice size good cam etc.
to vize: does your agile messenger work? mine doesn't connect to msn, the only server i use - it's the latest version from the website, lemme know and anyone else who has problems with agile messenger. thanks :¬)