Hiiiii...I have this phone...but I can't use Bluetooth and its software version is 1.5 that's why I am not able to use whatsapp plz can you tell me hw can I use Bluetooth and hw can I upgrade its software
Im using Samsung Behold2 & the bluetooth doesnt work. How can I make it work? Also, how can I upgrade to andriod 2.1?
I will like to upgrade the andriod software version but it doesnt.why?
bug alloy, 11 Dec 2012can this phone take whatsapp It cannot take whatsapp because it has limited Android os which is v1.5 and whatsapp takes from 2.1 and above......Thank you
This is a worst phone I have ever seen.I couldn't use this phone for a single day...I just waste my money by buying this phone...In this phone bluetooth doesn't work...
This phone suck i used this phone 6 month before and i sold it after using two days.
my Advice is that Don't buy such cramp device
its blue tooth is not working
very very very low internal memory and every thing is bad except cam so dnt but this and don't waste ur precious money...
When i had the phone,i inserted my chip and then the network strength showed up but when i try to make a call, browse or send message it says not registered to the network.....Any help send to email@example.com thanks
the phone was sent to me and i unlock it to use nigerias sim, but fortunately,it was also flashed at the same time so since then i could not brows with it
my fone i locked up and when ever i try accessing it it states that my twlauncher has been disabled...... How do i get it active? For any idea please send it through my mail onb firstname.lastname@example.org
carey , 05 Oct 2012my bluetooth dont workmy bluetooht dont work how can i do to use this application
This was my first Android based smartphone after owning many different models of BlackBerry devices and even the first and second generation iPhone (the latter being an iPhone 3G)
The G1 interested me in Android but also turned me off a bit with it's rather cheap feeling plastics and slide keyboard.
I then seen the Behold II, the dazzling new AMOLED display with amazing colors and despite being made of plastic, this phone felt like a real premium device that rivaled the same retail price of the (then new) BlackBerry Bold 9700.
Where do I start here? My personal experience with the Behold II had me amazed then annoyed. I was stunned on the quality of the 5MP camera on this phone. I even dare to claim it took better photos than my far newer Galaxy S2! My only problem was my original phone had a bad radio in it, poor if no coverage at all despite a tower being a block away. Taking it inside, nothing... outside in the middle of my back yard, one bar of edge. Not a good first impression. I've had T-Mobile service for ten years at that point and had my old work BlackBerry to compare but it was a 8320, no 3G but full EDGE indoors.
Needless to say, I got a new replacement after returning to the retail store. I paid full cash price for this phone which at the time was $550 not including tax! The replacement worked great so I could go on a rather weird adventure with this SNAFU of a phone.
I loved its design and the still images were simply amazing, the 3G call quality was decent and the screen was large enough for easy typing. I did prefer the HTC keyboard and discovered that it installed with no problem on the BH2. Then after loading some media on a 16GB memory card I had used in my old BlackBerry, the Samsung music player would not read any of the ID3 tags or cover art on a large majority of the music I loaded. The files it did recognize were mislabeled and had fuzzy artwork despite the high quality covers.
This annoyed me. I did like the fact that during the time that this was the only Android phone with any option to improve bass and other features. The brighter side of things was its display and the video player. Samsung got that right at least and I converted Avatar to see just how awesome this screen was. Video playback was simply beautiful. Much detail was lost due to the low resolution of the screen, but I could see that OLED had a great future ahead of it.
The straw that broke the camel's back so to speak was the combination of the earlier feature phone themed TouchWiz and Android 1.5 "Cupcake". The app drawer sliding out from the left of the screen often getting in the way when trying to flip through your limit of three home screens. No "snap to grid" icon arrangement to be found either. Many promised and slipped updates from T-Mobile and Samsung and no fix for the worst bug of all on that phone...
Random unmounting of the memory card even when just letting the phone sit still. I fell victim of the phone corrupting my 16GB memory card and thankfully my BlackBerry was able to repair and format it. Many photos lost, much confidence lost in what could have been a near hit for Samsung went away with a whisper.
When it came to the Cube key, I found this to be nothing more than a "hey, look at me!" gimmick. It really was useless.
I returned this phone disappointed as it was one of the best cameras I've ever used on a cell phone until the iPhone 4S for image quality. On a functionality level, thankfully Samsung brought that back with the Galaxy S2 and S3.
In closing, the Behold II was a brave first attempt by Samsung to get into the Android smartphone market and move away from Windows Mobile. It wasn't the greatest success, but in my eye it wasn't a complete failure.
Skye, 31 Jul 2012My bluetooth and wireless not workingmy bluetooth dont work
this phone sucks the Bluetooth does not work. Damn this phone should be recalled
RDK, 12 Jul 2012i have this phone but i can't use my bleutooth and internet why? My bluetooth and wireless not working
i dont like this phone at all the calibration for the screen sucks and they didnt put a way to calibrate it on the stupid phone i rate this phone at a -1 because of its flaws sorry samsung but this phone you made sucks