Go to java world and highlight either of them, then select options and go to permission, I THINK "use network to send info" and "use network to receive info" will do it, but with those two settings you dont have the "yes, always" option. I may be wrong. If anyone knows what to do, please, spill the beans.
If it says "input: 100-240V" on the charger, then your good. its pretty standard that portable eletronics (laptops, phones, ipods) come with chargers that can be used anywhere. you obviously (as you say) just need the right adaptor so it fits into the plug point.
dera, 10x a lot for your comment!
i was very sad to hear bad news about the phone construction and material quality.
do you think it is a major downgrade for me switching from a D600?
my d900 goes off when it hibenate i have to turn it on before i can use,what do u think is the problem? thanks
Its a very nice phone
@WS: standard feature annoyingly not turned off
About battery life
if you make little calls on the phone i'm talking about one or two calls under two minutes a day, and use the phone heavily for texting (50 messages a day) the battery lasts about 3 days
if you hardly use the phone it will EASILY last a week more than most nokias, on standby the phone uses hardly anything
however if you use the phone heavily, for instance i use to use it for half an hour every morning on bluetooth head set (stereo works fine) then make about 15 - 20 calls, and about 60 texts a day the battery is horrible and barely lasts a day, my sirocco lasts longer in that case.
generally the phone under normal use, about 5 calls a day 25 - 50 texts will last about 3 or 4 days
keypad is annoying on this phone
if you use the internet on the phone, or dependend on it, its very buggy, the phone will some times just restart etc, just usual crap like that
this phone has many wierd disadvantages
for instance you cannot change the message tones except through the default tones, the phone is not as easy to synch to outlook as a nokia is, screen readibility is junk in the sun, camera is horrible at night, even with the light on or off, it doesn't do much.
the slide quality of the phones depend, the build quality of them are very random, ive used a couple of my friends phones slide much easier than mine
you can't zoom in on pictures stored on the phone except pictures taken by the actual phone. you can't take a photo and make it automatically save on the memory card.
copying/deleting from memory card and generally through out the phone is very slow, as so with changing the wallpaper etc.
@tals: no the d900 doesn't have that problem, although the screen has very little protection over it, like a lcd monitor you can put ur fingers over the lcd and it leaves a temporary imprint.
build quality is ok, the buttons on the slide are annoying, the phone is to thin, and the paint around the buttons can be scratched easily! the plastic used on the keypad around (on the top part of the phone) the D pad looks very cheap and doesn't look like very good quality plastic is used.
WS. It's normal. Protects your ears in case you are listening to music or something when the phone rings.
Hi guys, i have a problem, when the phone rings, the first ring is really low and only after that it gets louder, i played with the ringning options but nothing works, anybody having same problem? and how can i fix it? Thanks
is the problem demonstrated on the D900i also apply on the D900?
Thanks in advance!
i just put opera and google maps/earth on mine, looks great but how do i tell it to stop asking if i want to send http information? every time i click a link it asks permission. it doesn't do that with the stock web browser. thanks!
I'm from England and have a d900 and am going on hols to USA next month how do I charge my phone when I'm there can I just use a 3pin to 2pin adapter?
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No voice dialling on D900. Don't know about D900i
By default, all your text messages get stored in Sim card then into phone after sim is full. Usually sim takes about 16 messages. After this 16 messages all your inbox now stores in phone memory.
If your PC comes with Bluetooth, all you need to do is activate it and send your pics etc from your phone to the PC as you would send to a bluetooth enabled phone. If it does not come with bluetooth installed, then buy a USB bluetooth device, install it on your PC and transfer your pics etc normally from phone.
hi guys. what program I haveto use to dowload pics from telephone to computer, using bluetooth? thx in advace.
Why in the PDF for X700 wrote:
Now on X700, Go to menu...applications... java world... settings... and enter “APN: internet”
Login ID : (Keep Empty)
Password : (Keep Empty)
Proxy : Disable
and click "Save"
If you don't enter APN name, then you cannot install any java application on X700 ....
But in my D-900 i don;t have any setting in JAVAWorld and so on!
and still I have problem for Installation:(..
I'll kill my self:((((