usman,thanks for the PDF you uploaded for java instalation through usb cable,it really works!you're the best!!!
anybody using D900i please let me know is there any problem this set has as I am thinking tio but this.
stop dont buy this phone i bought 2 of these outright 1for me 1 for my missus mine lasted 3 months before the screen failed my missus phone the vibration stopped working not long after mine 6 weeks they have been at samsung and still no answer and they both turn off every once and a while
Oops.. thank's a lot to usman..
actually i already knew b4.. n now.. i juz want to make sure can change it o not.. haha.. samsung d900i - not too bad oo..
sorry i realized what i posted below didnt make some sense.
hey i was wondering for the incoming call
whether or not you can do anything about the way it is not as loud when the call starts out but then increases volume to normal after 2 seconds. for example:
when someone is calling, the ringtone's volume is a somewhat*** silent for 2 seconds and then the volume goes to normal. is there anyway you can change that?
is this a good phone?? i want to buy it
but i dont Know... shall i buy a samsung U700 or this phone. which is better
Where did you get that 5MB Oxford Dictionary ? Please give me a link to the site ?
Hey, the one who posted below....................................................................................................
Please use a different user name. I have been posting in the name 'Rajesh' for sometime. Thank you.
Its a nice phone to use.but it has some limitations.like we cant set our tones for sms. its java memory is very low.only 4mb.i got a free oxford dictionary but its size is about 5 mb. so i cant install it into this d-900-i.if you are in a tour then there is a limitation of taking picture because its phone memory is only 65mb.after 30 or 40 picture we have to move the taken pictures to memory card. may be on that time we will loose some good moments.
Can someone please advise me whether pictures can be viewed in full screen mode?
I don't own a D900i. I own a Nokia 6300. However, Samsung's official site stated document viewers in the specs. so i was forced to believe. Funny enough I put a few documents on a D900i to see if it wouold actually open them and to my surprise it didn't. I ended up thinking that I needed to spend more time with the D900i.
Well Samsung should be sued for false advertising. Sorry for all those D900i owners who are disappointed.
Another thing I left out with the 6300 - D900i comparison is that 6300 supports copy & paste and D900i doesn't.
In my opinion either phones are still excellent buys.
You can't change message tones with your favourite MP3's. You will have to select from default message tones only.
What Usman has said is right!!!
I am following his guide from last one year and i have installed thousands of games on my CELL PHONE.
You must read manull given by USMAN AFZAL CAREFULLY TO INSTALL JAVA GAMES
Everyone cant afford using wap so its better to use USB CABLE
Your opinion is totally WRONG my friend. Did you read my PDF guide with open eyes? I don't think so! Read this paragraph from page # 16 of this guide:
"After installation, CLEAR the APN field in E200 java settings otherwise you cannot access internet from midlet like Opera Mini and after installation, change "OTA type setting" to "GPRS bearer OTA" to remove any wap internet access problem."
If you have followed above step, then there is NO WAP internet access problem. I am using this method on my Samsung E200 and also many D900i users are using this method without any problem.
You can't download games through WAP without any cost because every service provider of this planet will charge money for GPRS WAP usage (unless you have fixed monthly plan like POSTPAID SIM Connection).
Do you know that Your D900i supports maximum 500KB JAR file size through WAP internet installation. So, you can't install large sized JAVA softwares through WAP like DOC VIEWER (JAR SIZE : 579 KB) or Mobile World Facts 2007 (JAR SIZE: 1.4 MB) or Dictionary v2.6 Vikrant (JAR SIZE: 858 KB) etc. But you can EASILY install these softwares through USB cable method into your D900i mobile without any JAR SIZE LIMIT.
This is the JAVA games installation guide link:
Are you sure that your D900i has "Document Viewer" software? Because so many D900i users have CONFIRMED that "Document Viewer" is not present in D900i. If you have it then please post FIRMWARE VERSION of your D900i. Regards!
I own a Nokia 6300 and to all those who compare Nokia 6300 to D900i, that is a good but somewhat difficult comparison. Both phones have exclusive features and are winners in their own ways.
D900i have a higher megapixel count but it is said that 6300 camera takes better photos.
6300 camera supports up to 8x zoom. D900i supports up to 4x.
Currently I have 1,212 text messages in my 6300 and no low message warning yet. D900i stores 200 maximum.
The 6300 can work WITHOUT a SIM card and virtually do everything except doing things that require a SIM card, of course. The D900i doesn't support this feature.
The 6300 has an extremely high quality 16.7 million colour crystal clear screen ...which many say can't be beat and that no LCD monitor or HDTV can beat. D900i, like the majority of the high end phones have a 262k screen.
6300 supports user definable SMS ring tones while D900i is limited to the SMS tones it comes with.
The 6300 supports running games & applications straight from the memory card and there's NO limit to the amount of games or apps. that can be stored. 6300 also have a 3D gaming engine. The D900i only run games/apps from the internal memory with no support for 3D games and there's a limit of 4MB for games and apps.
The 6300 supports saving photos, video clips and voice recordings directly to the memory card. Video recording is unlimited and is only affected by the size of the memory card. D900i doesn't support direct saving to the memory card.
Both phone supports OS update/Software Update/Flashing but the 6300 takes it a step further with the ability to do it anywhere anytime using the phone's mobile internet and not just a PC.
The 6300 supports H.264 aka MPEG-4/AVC, the high definition codec used in Blueray discs and HDTV feeds. The D900i doesn't support this codec.
The 6300 supports Macromedia Flash for standalone programs or web page animation. D900i doesn't have this feature.
6300 supports a wider variety of audio formats including WMA (Windows Media Audio).
On the other hand, the D900i supports TV out and have built in document viewers.
Based on the short comings of both phones, I find them to be somewhat equal.
It all boils down to what you need most.
I hope you all found my review to be fair and square.
Peace to all from Jamaica.