I have had this phone for quite a while. If you keep the phone in your pocket, the the flip breaks quite easily (the tabs on the side that rest on the side of the screen). It is a good phone, but you should upgrade the memory card from 16mb. It does freeze sometimes, so you need to hold down the power button for 10 seconds. It is overall a good phone, and the handwriting recognition works well, although there is also an onscreen keyboard to input text.
i have this phone for quite a while and i'm quite impress with it. but anyway, last week, all my applications from my memory card can't be seen in the main menu. even if i reinstall the application. if anybody have any answers, please e-mail me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I m plannig to buy p800 is all in one( mp3-player, hi-memory 4 phone no., software-downloads, and video-player, Mp3 ringtons)
i have a problem with my p800
it goes on handsfree instead of handheld automatically.
please guide me
i cant view ma cotact list, it says i dont av enough memory, and i deleted all ma pics, videos, muiscs. and still it says samething. i cant assign a mp3 song as my ringtone, i wonder why.
i have had this phone for 1 year now.
at 9 months, the keypad broke off, at 11 months the phone had a battery life of just 5 hours. the design of the keypad is lousy. i think it's just my phone. But overall, it's a great all in one phone. quicksheet for excel files were really great (third party software). i would say get the P910I or the latest P990 if you want a symbian based phone.
I have sony ericson P800 which brother gave sometime ago i was using the machine all of a sudden it started going down gradually to the extend that now it hardly stay to 30minutes standby,as soon as i recharge the phone it goes down immediately i have taking the phone virtually to almost all the best repair centre but till now there no remady to solving the problem so what can i do ?
just a quick question:
so you still need to install the software for MP3/MP4 ryt?
P800 can play MP3/MP4 and other formats.With proper software it can record movie until out of memory. When you get used to the handwriting recognition, you won't buy phone without that func. The only disadvantage is the low resolution camera (640x480). I have P800 and i don't have problems like "the phone is turning off", "it crashes" and I don't use the flip because it sux :)
i like this phone is even my dream phone but my problem is that i dont know if it can play a porpular file like mp4, mp3,aac,wmv,pls ireally need your help i will be very greatful if you can tell me more about this phone thanks
hello everybody, i'll be short: i want to buy this piece just for the handwriting recognition .
is it good this function, cos i want to write large texts with this phone while i'm gone for my business meetings.
pls brief me on this fast.(bucharest help will be most glad read)
well i enjoyed using my p800 phone and the most important part is i and my freind bought it at the same time around 2003 but one funny thing is his own has spoiled since but i am still using my p800. and one problem i encounter was about the charging system and some time it when off on its own thank
I think is a nice phone. i jus began using it. My only problem is the stylus my lost easily.
hey...i have p800 for about 3 months...it's pretty good...but it sucks sometimes while connecting it to PC.
my pda sometimes crashes(just like pc,but not that often:)
anyway im statisfied with it, but im also looking for some improvements for it.any clues?anyone?
also my keypad broke and the it lost its internal antenna ao i have to stay in a certainspot now i think my gsm sucks
it worked great but it breaks to easyly also i cannot call anyone
isnt this the first function that you really need
Great phone but there's only one setback, the keypad. It breaks easily.
Phones kool! Good functionality, Easy to use!Problem I hv with it ... 2!Camera isnt sharp' secondly ... each time i wnt to connect to the inetrnet via GPRS...it shows Activation Rejected.I'd love to have a solutionto this problem so I'll enjoy my PDA.