Nice!!!at the first i have decided to buy Nokia 7210 but by now my idea is changed.T400 is a good one to impress the minds.
anyone here plz help me wit the downloading issue.i have got hold of the scable but i don have the software.could anyone help me with where to download the software n which version. maybe teach me step by step on how to download it.thanks everybody.reply me through my e firstname.lastname@example.org
YES JOHNY!!!The data cable of T100 works perfectly with the T400, how do i know? Im using it for my T400, excellent choice of cell Johny...!
This is an excellent phone. It is very solid, it has an excellent LCD screen, extraordinary ringtones, very friendly menu... The LCD display has only one major problem: animations are very slow... Anyway, before i had a Samsung A300 and a amsung A800 and i was very satisfied, but this is as i said an exceptional phone...I also had a Nokia 6610 lately and it was shit comparing to this one.... I only hope this phone will resist to the scratches better than the other Samsungs I had, because this is their only general problem (this has an alluminium finishing)....
I also have one question: does anyone know whether the data cable from Samsung T100 matches this one too?
Last month I bought a Samsung mobile type SGH T400 in france language. I could not read the manual book, so If you don't mind, please send to me a electric manual book in enhlish version. I have tried download the munual book from Samsung website but the Acrobat reader can not read.
So, u need a software to convert midi format to mmf format.
this program is the MUST TO HAVE, psmp380e.
I just bought this Samsung T400/T408 phone and since this is the first Polyphonic Melodies phone I bought, I was all excited to d.l. different ringtones to my phone. I bought the cable and install the PCLink on my computer. But then I found out the ringtone is actually not in .midi format. Instead it's asf or mmf. There is not much ringtone is asf/mmf format. Does anyone know how I can convert my midi file to asf file? Or is there any other way I can input songs to my phone using a different (except to go on WAP)? Thanks a lot.
this is for kai...sorry late reply. yes, i have it now...well,looks perfect on me, but i have to know first, what you are looking for in a phone, it will all depends on your preferences. As for my t400, excellent! Samsung is the best when it comes to voice calls, meaning no drop calls, and its pholyphonic sound, great! It is soooo light and small to carry. Battery life is very good also. And if you want to rise above the rest, go for Samsung and everybody will notice you, just like what's happening to me.
this is for OMENG...have you got it?...
If you do What can you say to convince me using SAMSUNG and even get this unit?...Saw your opinion too in S300...Seems you know Samsung well.
Your reply is greatly appreciated
Most beautiful hand in the current avaiable serires of Samsung the next could be D-700.
Better ask your local dealer or distributor of Samsung in your area, im sure they can help you with your problem...
hi does anyone know can the front casing of the t400 be xchange, drop it and has damages on it, pls kindly aknowledge, thanks
This Phone has only 500x1 numbers in PHONE ! So if you need many numbers this is a wrong choice !
When i first saw T400, i was amazed on how solid it looks, then when i look at the features, although it has been lagging compared to other samsung models, it actually satisfied me, you want to know why? First, im just looking for a mobile phone who can do the job, meaning as a colored LCD phone, can be used without hassle, excellent RF, with a longer battery life, a nice polyphonic sound, and small enough for your pocket, in short, just the very BASIC AND PRACTICAL PHONE, which i saw in T400...BRAVO!!! All you man out there, this phone is for us...EXCELLENT!!!