agusray, 31 Jan 2009awesome handset with usb charger and 3.5mm headset, so i can enjoy the radio anywhere and with... moreMy battera lasts 8 days - not used! I am very disappointed because I bought it due to 18 days stanby time. Anybodty similar experiences?
awesome handset with usb charger and 3.5mm headset, so i can enjoy the radio anywhere and without carrying my charger because its use usb to charge the battery, i like hear the radio via my laptop speaker... its like real radio...
i have never been so blown away by the amount of features and gadgets on a phone!
this is definate must for 2009. and the vibrate function is so strong, my bum is still tingling merrily.
i bought it cause i need a mobile without a camera and with radio for the army. It is not that bad if you know what are you paying and for or you need a such phone. The main menu is very simple and very basic but it is well built as a plus i consider the option to minimize the radio. The sound quality is good both for ringing and talking. Although sms writing performance and easiness have nothing to do with a more expensive phone (you cannot erase a message from the list, t9 is not capable for new words) it supports group messaging and with a key the swap between the writing methods and languages. Battery is really amazing and the overall phone quality its not so cheap as the keypad is better from a few more expensive phones.
this phone really suck, u lost your money value if you buy it...really regret
when did the phone come out and can you put music and pictures on it
Joe, 26 Jan 2009Is this phone come with a "Torch" ?.The "Torch" function only displays a white screen, but it can be usefull.
Hello guys bought this phone a month ago, Its really a good mobile. Now got some question is this phone really support USB, if it is where should i download the drivers? Couldn't see the drivers on Sony Ericsson website...
Finally got hold of this phone, but I am really disappointed because of the lack of entering my own words in the T9 mode. Sigh... Guess I should just return to using nokia's low-end sets.
Anyone know if this phone has "acept call" ability (whitelist) like any other se phone?
So i dont have to hear a call from someone that not in my phonebook..
Frustrated, 19 Jan 2009It#s been asked before.....but no clear answer
How do you get the back of the phone to inse... moreI explained it and I think I was precise enough. To repeat myself:
Instructions on how to open it: there is a small hole in the back of the phone. Use your fingernail on that hole, pull it downwards (towards the USB and earphone connectors). It will click and slide down aproximatelly 1 mm. Now hold that small part that slided firmly, with fingernails of one hand and stick your other hand's fingernail (index finger) into MiniUSB port. Pull in opposite directions, it will open.
To eject battery there's a small hole inside on the lower part (close to USB ports), where you stick fingernail or screwdriver and it will pop out. SIM card is under the battery, easy to put in and remove.
If you eject the battery you will have to set the time & day again, but that's liek 15 seconds work.
It#s been asked before.....but no clear answer
How do you get the back of the phone to insert battery and SIM card?
Alarm clock doesn't work when phone is out!!! No spelling suggestions, you can't add words to the dictionary. Pitty because the rest is good.
its t9 typing speed is above average i.e. faster than other brands except Nokia. i can type 'complicated' twice fast w/o problem when all the keys were pressed correctly.
since there's no memory slot the stereo FM radio with RDS is very useful cos its 3.5mm audio jack is compatible with any standard earphone!
the best thing abt J132 is its price in UK. it cost just £4.84 plus £10 airtime purchase. i only paid £4.84 in total after trade-in my old nokia phone. and its unlocked too.
Efire -> go for it. its better than j120
Hi zest im from Singapore too. Haha... Based on my experience on my j120, to enter your own word you just have to press up to reach the last entry which is to spell your own word. As for the message tone I believe you need to put the phone to silent mode (not keypad tone) in order to mute the send message tone.
Anyway, could you help me do a simple test on the J132's messaging, by typing any long words like "complicated" twice using fast keystrokes and the T9 and see if it will be able to display the words without 'forgetting' any keypress? (My J120 showed me "Complace complia" -_-) Thanks! :)
i bought this phone a few days back ago in Singapore @ S$60. great phone for those who do not need camera.
1) However, i want to point out that when using T9 for sms, there is no spell suggestion. Meaning that, if you want to type a word that has no spelling suggestion, you have to off the dictionary can manually type the word that you wanted. So i want to ask if anyone know how the "Spell" suggestion will come out?
2) also when message is sent, it give a message tone ( key tone sound is off), anyone know how to off that?
other than that, this hp got great battery life cos i been using the 2nd day after charing the phone and its still full bar. =)
Can anyone who owns this phone comment on the messaging speed? I own a J120 and something that annoys me is that the phone cannot catch up with my typing speed. When I type too fast, especially when pressing a same button twice, it will simply forget the keypress.
Other low end phones from Samsung and Nokia take time to display what i type but eventually what i was typing always show up, so its not as bad.
Please help me consider whether to do the 'upgrade' from j120 to j132. :)