can somebody help me pls? how can i play java games wihy my d600? i can send the game with my bluetooth device from pc to cellular.. but on the phone when i try to work it, it seems unidentified file ! how can i install and how the phone recognize the file??? pls help.....
i think this fne is brill but sum! told me u are able to record things off the tv with it!! how do u do it????
its an awesome phone ... really i just have a problem but it seems like im the only one ... the screens connection to the phone doesnt work properly it goes black until you open and close it a few times ...
Great phone, has many great features and superb camera!! Highly recommended x
does anyone know of a free video encoder to 3gp and mp4?? im having a problem with playing back videos i converted using the program that came with the phone and i dont know if the problem is with my phone or the video converter...
are you serious that the picture wont be clear if you take it clearly?? hmm. what other disadvantage tht this fon has? plz reply.
a friend currently owns this mobile, however the structure doesnt seem stable, once it it has been slid open, if you apply pressure to the bottom part of display part (below the C button) it ever so slightly pivots, is this due to manufacturing problem or heavy use? all opinions welcome, thanks
It does not have programable voice dials? So if you have a bluetooth headset it is not truely hands free because you still have to dial?
to gamer-xpr,i have o2 x3 and a nokia???its just a comparison so you can answer my question if you could please.my o2x3 is 30 fps & cif resolution & goodish video,,,,the nokia is 15 fps and 176 x 144 resolution,,the o2x3 is smoother because of high framrate but nokia is worse because its framrate is half giving lips out of sync effect and resolution is small,,,SO i understand frame rates and resolution fine BUT my question is why is mpeg 4 better than 3gp..All i can think of is its like you get high,,normal,,,& basic quality camera snaps but other than this guess why is it better.P.S. this is not a go at you its to understand why as its taken a while learning video formats & audio formats come to think of it..thanks for your time
gamer_xpr: yes it records in mp4 if you want.
malak yassir: D600 more features, feels more solid(you will know when you hold it), better sound, memory expansion slot; You have to hold the side button to get the phone to show the clock or just slide it open, samsung said its to save battery; Battery is about the same or a little shorter(im assuming its cause of the extra band)
kaz: dont have that phone; nokia has a D600?
khris: i dont use the software much that came with the D600, use a program called mpegable x4live.
daniel: /sigh i just wrote that you cant in my other long post.
is it possible to have the mp3 player on in the background and use other applications at the same time such as messaging without having to stop the music and exit like in the D500???
im using the software that comes with the phone to convert mpg to mp4 or 3gp...im having a problem when converting to a higher video size or pixels because the results are either the video stops playing while sound is still playing or the sound stops playing while video continues on playing...anyone know why????
how do you compare D600 to D500 ? i heard d600 doesnt have a clock like d500 have when slider is closed? and the batt time is same as d500 ?
If you record videos in CIF (352x288), usually a 1-minute-video = 2MB. So I guess the aggregate length of video recording is about 35 minutes. Whereas, Nokia phones that record in QCIF (144x176) may last more than one hour but the resolution is intolerable. That goes same for SonyEricsson W800i and K750i. I don't care if a mobile phone wields CIF, QCIF, or MMS...what matters here is that does it record in MPG-4 instead of 3GP?
I havent tried recording super long vids but i got 5 minutes before i got bored recording.
Battery life is kinda short. If ur playing mp3's, i can drain the phone in one day. Just using the phone occasionally, i drain it in 2.5 days. If i have bluetooth, mp3, vids, talking on the phone a lot, half a day.
-a lot of packed features in a small sleek phone. most of the advantages you can find are on the specifications. One thing i can point out for you is the sound quality, its very debatable ,but i think its great or good enough for me.
-Bluetooth has the A2DP profile for the new headsets that allow you to transfer mp3's to ur bluetooth headset.
-solid build: when you hold it in your hand you will know wat i mean. The rubbery plastic on the back, smooth edges, etc. and a nice form factor.
-No flight mode: since its a business phone you expect this phone to have it.
-No torch/flashlight: since the lens is on the outside, i expected a short cut key to use the phone as a flashlight. Otherwise they should have kept the camera lens on the inside like the D500
-Short batterylife: might decided to buy another battery. Atleast you can charge the phone by the usb cable they give you. I charge my phone through my laptop when im on the go.
-Lack of macro mode or autofocus: causes blurry pictures especially for pictures up close.
Other disadvantages that dont bother me
-no sms ringtones
-No vibrate and ring at the same time: it has it but I guess people are complaining it doesnt vibrate and ring at the same exact momment. Instead it vibrates first then rings/vibrate.
-Files copy to the phone instead of the memory card directly: Well its faster this way.
-Slow transfer rate between card and phone
-Music player in the back ground
Overall I like this phone a lot. Had it for close to 2 months. Yes i was the lucky one that bought it when it came out for cheap.