howto hide icon in my phone disktop....
how to hide facebook log-in and media player..and radio..
SAMSUNG FOREVER by rogers AND SOLSTICE by att both are samething? like i am a retailer for cellphone accessories here in canada. and I wanna know like if i buy from usa samsung solstice accessories like Hard case or soft case. will it fit for samsung forever in canada. thanks for all help
Ok how do you block a sender from txt mgsing you? I can block a caller from calling my phone, but wont block the senders txt mgs gurrrr. I have tried and tried and tried. You think it wouls be straight forward but its not.
xzsdfsffdd, 26 Jul 2011Hate it. Crap phone. I miss my LG Xenon. That was an awesome phone... :(yeaah i feel the same way.
i used to have a xenon but i stupidly got a forever :(
umm.. yea this phone isn't like any blackberry but its a desent phone but does this phone ever pick up wifi?
ive had this phone forr 5 months now, seen to like everything except that i have to buy a silly little adapter for $9.00 to let me fit a 3.5mm headphone jack...other than that it works great
Hate it. Crap phone. I miss my LG Xenon. That was an awesome phone... :(
This phone is overall a decent phone, but it sometimes turns off by itself automatically every two minutes and you have to remove the battery and wait for couple of minutes and put it back in order to turn on the phone, most of the time it doesn't turn on. By the way, I got this phone free from Rogers.
trigger, 11 May 2011does anyone know how to change the text message ring tone on this phone?menu, settings, sound profile, select one at a time for example normal. at the top right part of the screen it will say call, tap on that and there is an option for messages and u can change it there
can't hear when there's an incoming call. how do you turn speakerphone on. help. thanks.
does anyone know how to change the text message ring tone on this phone?
sharon, 07 Nov 2010how do you turn the volume off on the keypad. I can't figure it out and it drives me crazy wh... moreHi: If you turn the volume button to 0,it will turn the sound off on the keypad.This button would be the volume button at the top left hand corner of the phone.Push the lower side of the button down.
how do you turn the volume off on the keypad. I can't figure it out and it drives me crazy when i'm texing
how to use the pc studio/ i download the new pc studio,but it doesn't work
Anonymous, 07 Oct 2010nokia c3 VS. samsung forever. under rogers free warranty plan. your choice would be..?I was choosing between C3 and Forever too, ended up getting the Forever thinking the GPS would work (but it doesn't). Still would have chosen the Forever because I want to try out a pure touchscreen phone.
Since both are rather med-low end phone I think it boils down to whether you want a keyboard (C3) or a touchscreen (Forever). I'd say Forever looks cooler, but IIRC C3 has FM radio which may be important to some.
If the GPS wasn't disabled by Rogers I would recommend the Forever in a heartbeat... I'm bitter!!!
nokia c3 VS. samsung forever. under rogers free warranty plan. your choice would be..?
First off I think this is a good phone that provides very good value for money. It's technically not a smartphone, but to me it does everything that a smartphone is capable of. The issue I have here is not with the phone per se, but rather how Rogers cripples the hardware so that users are not able to utilize it to its full potential.
I have had a most difficult time trying to enable GPS on this phone. Scoured everywhere online for fixes (most of them for A887 but they are the same phone branded differently), played with a whole bunch of admin settings related to the GPS chip, did the whole TKFE hack and still I'm not able to get GPS to work. It's a fact that the A887 (AT&T branded) can do GPS, at the minimum with the navigation app that AT&T provides by default, and is fully operational with other apps after some tinkering with TKFE. However, there is no app provided by Rogers on the A886, and there is no app that can get the GPS chip working even with heavy modifications. This leads me to the conclusion that Rogers has DISABLED GPS on this phone for good, and nothing short of debranding (which I am not able to find any information on) can un-cripple the phone.
The claim by a user that launching Google Maps will automatically enable GPS is NOT correct. Google Maps is able to triangulate the phone's approximate position using cellphone tower signals, but that's not GPS at all. On the map you'll see a dot centering a large light blue circle, and that's just an approximation of where you may be. The radius of the circle is huge: 1km, 3.8km, or even larger. A functional GPS chip is able to do much much better than this.
Talked to Rogers tech support on the phone and they say they don't cripple their phones, but when I talked to someone at a Rogers Plus he admits that the phone is "heavily branded".
Until someone is able to talk to a Samsung or Rogers phone engineer who brands phones, it seems that users will have to put up with not having their phones perform at a level that it is built to be capable of. Sad really...