I have this phone locked on T-Mobile DE. Can someone tell me how can I unlock it?
I have used this phone from 2003 to 2009. It was the one of best phone I have ever used.
The best ever phone, Nice reception, But once you receive call, it won't save number, several time i have to say people, please give miss call once again so that i can save the number. they wonder, I call and why this guy asking for again miss call, 16 SMS memory was a lot and 128 People Phone book, when only 64 Contact was filled. Ring also. te te teen teeennn... green light, Some one asked, is it back light or LED?, I found it a LED, now entire display is LED. 16 Ringtones, Poliphonic was some thing only for smart phone, three blue color battery cell, and solid design.,
I need this phone. where can I get it. Used it before. It was my 1st phone. smart phones have really disappointed me
It was our first phone, worked great dont remember what happened to it. but just loved it.
This phone still works good. If you need battery for this phone (original battery is: 650 mAH, Ni-MH type) you can easily disassemble your old battery and buy three AAA size Ni-MH batteries and then solder them instead of your old batteries. AAA size batteries will fit into the case of your old battery. I recommend buying only Panasonic Evolta or at least Sanyo Eneloop batteries and only Ni-MH AAA size batteries with Low Self-Discharge (LSD). Capacity of these LSD batteries is lower, than of batteries without LSD, but the actual capacity will be much higher because of LSD. When you assemble your A35 battery with new AAA batteries inside don't forget to solder thermistor back, or your phone won't change the new battery. If you believe, that in your old battery three old AAA batteries are good (but the whole battery works bad), then try to exchange thermistor (good thermistor must be approximately of 22 kOhms at room temperature - you can easily check it with any multimeter): it is a small electronic component with two contacts - instead of it you can solder any small resistor of average 22 kOhms, such resistors can be found in almost any electronic equipment. After you have changed thermistor with resistor (only if it is necessary), never try to charge your mobile phone at the temperatire below +5 or above +40° Celsis. If you have a choice of chargers for you mobile phone, it is always better to choose so called "slow" chargers instead of"quick" chargers - "quick" chargers damage batteries and significantly shorten battery life.
still iam using as backup...
everybody like there first mobile phone
Rohit Sharma, 03 Aug 2011My first phone. Now I use iPhone 4 and it amazes me that how fast the technology has grown. Nu... moreHaha! I'm just thinking lol look at this old phones, and look at my iphone 4 now..
It's unbelieveble how technology is developing constantly.
My first phone was nokia 3310
Ah!! this is the one! my first mobile phone!
So many memories :) though Nokia 3310 is much better that time.