Do any of you guys know of any good websites i can download Java games, video's and ringtone's?
one way of saving space /w mp3s but still retain the quality is saving the mp3 in mono @ 64kbps. Near the quality of 128kbps mp3 in stereo mode @ half the size. I bet not much peeps really dig stereo music in a phone. And audiophiles would certainly not use phones for mp3 players
oh okay thanks for the help guys.. i think i will be getting this phone!
is true that k700 has an extended camera mode, with 1280 x 960 pixel resolution ?
And what is the difference of k700 and k700i ?
what is megapixel camera? what is VGA camera?? which one of these dose SE K700i have??? is it megapixal or vga???? which is better. plz answer....
mp3 can be transfered simply by copy paste through either of the pc connections. i've tried transfering 128kbps 16khz mp3 into my k700i. it works fine
Oh yeah, and the phone has 41 meg of memory on it so i suppose your looking at storing about 13 mp3s if you dont have any other stuff on there.. i suggest saving your mp3s at a lower quality then you can fit more on and the quality difference will hardly be noticable.
Hi Spiderman, the k700i doesnt come with a datacable but there are cables available that allow file transfer via your pc's usb port, the mp3's are only in stereo if your listening via the headphones (i dont think the speakers stereo) - i recommend using a usb bluetooth link from your PC for file transfer (so you can send pics to your phone etc) you can pick them up for about 25 bucks online. l8shop.net is where i got mine :-)
The battery life on a k700 isnt great when you use the MP3 and radio alot but then as you arent using it in "standby" you cant expect the battery to last that long.
I heard that the battery runs out very fast only with radio and mp3 playing, is it true ?
Hi this is Spiderman speaking.. Does this phone tranfer mp3 via usb port using usb cable? And is the mp3 sound stereo? Approximately how many songs(lets say 3mb each mp3)can this phone store? Also how do u transfer pictures from the phone to the computer? I have no time to read the opinions below so can any one kindly answer my questions? Thanks in advance.. sorry for the inconvenience.
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I suggest you guys try E398.With mp3/video
player expandable memory is important.Downloading using usb very fast.don waste your time with upgrading version of SE.
my battery life seems to be very bad. i charged my phone for 8 hours for the first time, but it can only last for a few hours. This is already the third time i charged it. The battery icon shown one sector gone just after 1 hour of useage. Any K700i user experience the same thing??
The K700i is better for sound quality, i believe the t630 uses 32 bit polyphonics where as the k700 uses 40 (dont quote me on that though). And yes the K700 supports true tones (if thats what you mean), you can also record your own sound via the phones mic and set it as a ringtone, its not very loud tho.
i just bought this phone. good phone all round. in fact the camera quality and their screen quality improve! i mean compare it wif t610 n 630. alot of the function have been improved like the loading time for wap and other stuffs. the using of irda to transfer or receive data is faster. one thing that impress me is the mms system. its even much easlier to use now. can say too much but pls go get one and try it out.
Proof of the pudding etc
Handset attacks and vulnerabilities for your information
The following update addresses the current spate of press reports on mobile phone “virus” attacks. Specifically articles referring to CABIR Symbian / Bluetooth virus.
A “proof of concept” virus has been sent to several virus protection companies. It should be noted that this is not an active attack and has an extremely limited chance of ever propagating through handsets.
CABIR is a virus designed to attack devices using the Symbian operating system, it will therefore have no impact on devices that are not Symbian based. The vast majority of Bluetooth devices do not run on the Symbian platform, however several mobile models from Ericsson, Nokia, etc. do use Symbian.
CABIR Worm – no serious threat
The CABIR worm is a “proof of concept” virus. This has proved the principle that it is possible to infect a Symbian based Bluetooth device and to, in theory, propagate the attack to other Symbian devices. The virus when loaded onto a device will attempt to transmit itself to the first Bluetooth device that it can find. Once it achieves this there is no further impact on the host mobile. If it finds an appropriate device it will prompt the user to accept a message, which will download the program. Then it will prompt the user to load the program. If the user takes these two steps the virus will then try to look for another paired device from the target mobile. The mobile will perform the same search each time it is powered up.
This attack is extremely limited:
1. It can only transmit to the first device it finds.
2. Most handsets are paired to a headset or laptop, neither of these will be running a Symbian operating system so the message sending will fail.
3. It requires the user to manually accept the download of the program.
4. It only propagates to one other device for every power up.
5. Only impact on user is reduced battery life whilst it scans for a Bluetooth device within range.
There is no realistic threat from this particular virus. This is however a small warning to our industry of the potential of future virus attacks. We therefore felt this information is worthwhile passing onto you. This advice covers all current known Bluetooth problems and is not limited to the CABIR virus:
• Switch off Bluetooth when not actually required – this will also have a beneficial impact on battery life.
• All devices should be set to hidden once the user has set up a paired connection. A persistent bluetooth attacker may still be able to access the phone, but may need to stay within range of the device for up to thirty minutes.
• Device names should be changed when first used e.g. Nokia phones come factory set as NOKIA 3650 for example.
The CABIR virus is sent in the form of a Bluetooth message, it is possible for other attacks to be sent in the form of messages using either SMS, MMS or Bluetooth. The most common form of attack currently is the sending of phone settings to mobiles using SMS or MMS.
Customers should be advised not to accept any programmes or setting changes that they have not specifically requested. Current handset configuration requires the user to manually accept downloaded programs or settings and this has so far limited any active attacks.