Here is all the colours available!
The saphire blue that i have looks way better than the pics show.
Does anyone have this phone with "Yahoo Messenger"? I see that some versions have it and others dont.
Where you see that option? usually business cards on nokia phones are when u forward someones mobile number u aka send a business card.
@Njaks Type *#1111# to see software version. i have Rev 0.2
Thx for that link. i bought a headphone adapter just now :D.
@ Njaks. Sorry i meant wake up alarm. Could you upload a picture of that option on your phone? That will Silencemany people. Cause i got the same firmware as u and dont have that option.
As for the guy who flashes his firmware, where and how did u get the files to do it?
if anyone have the mobile add me on the msn plzzzzz u can see my email ...
You can get 3.5mm adapters for using your own earbuds etc like this one
http://tinyurl.com/32cuf4 on ebay!
im jz wondering if thr's any on flight mode so i could ply music on plane?
well actually Fussy Earholes im desperate to find out the same thing as I use a tape adapter in my car to listen to music on the car stereo and for that I need a 3.5mm jack. Currently have a sony ericcson which is fine but looking at either u600, u700 or e840 as next phone but unsure as to samsung adapters?? anyone advise??
right, if i set the alarm, then put the phone on silent (or first put the phone on silent and then set the alarm) it will actually go off!
ive heard of them who can set the alarm, put the phone on silent, then turn of the phone - still the alarm will go off!
So people with the same firmware as you say the alarm doesn't sound in silent mode, but your phone is the only one that does it. Amazing.
I have even flashed my phone to the latest firmware release u600DXGE1 and still know alarm tone in silent mode.
I'm really interested in this phone but I wonder if there's a converter that can allow the usage of common 2.5 mm or 3.5 mm earphones? As quoted from Cnet:
"We were disappointed, however, that you can't attach your own headphones and have to use the proprietary ones, particularly as the sound quality isn't great. Niggles about the lack of built-in 3.5mm headphone jack or adaptor and the fiddly touch-sensitive keys aside, the Samsung U600 is a good thin phone with plenty of features that we enjoyed using."
This is a crucial factor for me to consider as my fussy earholes only accepts those sony ericsson plug-ins so I'll really appreciate the advice from u kind souls out there! :)