does anybody know how to transfer music from my computer to t303 via bluetooth. i can do that from phone to computer, but can't do that in opposite way.
this phone is great for people who want simple phone for everyday use. i paid it 45 euros plus sim card with 15 euros on my account, so i can say it is very cheap and you get exactly what you pay for. if you want more memory, you need to pay for it.
please, i need help with my problem!!!
Kanthi Reddy, 25 Jan 2009This is the one of the worst phone i never used. it's simply waste of money.tnx a million at least sum1 understands me i mean dis fone is s**t 1 song n da memory is ful wat is rong wit da rest of dem dare mad dnt u agree !!!!!!!!!! x0xx0x0x0
Kanthi Reddy, 25 Jan 2009This is the one of the worst phone i never used. it's simply waste of money.I've purchased four of this phone for my family intended as a secondary phone... but it quickly turned out to be more than that... it became a favourite everyday phone because of its very convenient small size... loosing it, dropping it... pinching it... damaging it, is not a problem because of a very low price. This is the best phone.
Kanthi Reddy, 25 Jan 2009This is the one of the worst phone i never used. it's simply waste of money.Noce phone..i like it and it not cost a lot of $ ...verry simple and new design...batery > 4 day's
This is the one of the worst phone i never used. it's simply waste of money.
Emmy, 24 Jan 2009My phone wont connect to my computer via bluetooth, is there a cord i can purchase?If your T303 can not establish "pairing" to your PC (which is quiet unusual), use the DCU-60 USB cable available at phone shops or from online merchants.
pauline, 21 Jan 2009i cant get the back open any ideas just got the phone todayPress gently on the top of the battery lid and slide outwards.
i hate this phone i accidently took some photos and i dunno how 2 delete it what do i do ????? god help me
My phone wont connect to my computer via bluetooth, is there a cord i can purchase?
I've never written a review before, but I honestly felt so compelled by this phone that I'm doing it for the first time.
I bought my phone in a T-Mobile shop, as I'd had a K750 and a K800 before, and I was assured it was a similar feature set.
It's not the same software on on the k750 and the k800s though - it's a stripped down operating system designed to look like the higher end phones. I think it's probably different from the bottom up, because it's about as stable as Paula Yates.
I was hoping to connect to my laptop with Bluetooth and browse the internet using Web & Walk, but it doesn't act as a Bluetooth modem - in fact, there are no bluetooth services at all available on my laptop, no file transfer or anything. Which isn't really that much of a loss, as you can only take four pictures before the internal memory is full anyway. The T-Mobile branded firmware on mine doesn't leave enough memory to compose a picture message either (fails every time you try, even after a hard reset), and it usually lasts about 14 days before it can't open your contact list and requires a hard reset anyway, so it's not like you'd be able to keep your pictures or get them off anyway.
Hopefully you've got slow fingers, because the T9 seems to work at about 5 characters a second, which decreases the further ahead of the dictionary you get.
It's got no secondary memory battery, so take the battery off and you'll be resetting the time and date - a bit like a Nokia 3310, only the 3310 was released eight years ago (is that all?).
There isn't too much more to go wrong with this phone, which is a good job really, because if it could, it would.
My advice would be to buy a K750 instead, or even a k800 if you can find one for the same price - these are both old now, the k800 is probably going to be free just about anywhere you can buy it, and the k750 is just a paperweight these days, but they are streets ahead of this phone in terms of features, reliability, stability, and even battery life in my experience.
The build quality is okay, but this new operating system on the low end Sony Ericssons is probably the most frustrating piece of software you'll ever have to deal with. Honestly, I'd rather spend my time trying to set the clock on a VCR without the remote than using this thing.
About a month after I bought this phone my missus (against my best advice) bought their new red clamshell one from Carphone Warehouse (running the same low-end crippleware) and even she hates hers because it keeps crashing and hanging on her, and she's a technological retard, so if she can see the problems it must be serious.
Right, I'm all done now, but if this review stops one person from buying one of these new low-end SEs then it'll be worth it. The operating systems look pretty different, so you should be able to tell the difference with a bit of a play, and avoid whatever this new one is, because it'll just turn you resentful person well before your years.
ok,if you wanted to listen to music! get an ipod phones can do that but this one is crap 4 dat k! if u wanna hold thousands of pix buy a camera. its only $99 its a good phone ok no more retarted answers and questions ur wasting space
bobby, 22 Jan 2009how do i download music from my mac book to my T303 phone,Via bluetooth or DCU-60 cable if your Mac supports bluetooth or USB, respectively.
Pretty happy about this phone /// Just sad sometimes when I got my sticky fingers all over it, because he sure looks good (although it shouldn't count, it mainly is a good and affordable phone). I'd recommend this one.
Richard, 21 Jan 2009this is the most fantastic phone i ever buy. Cheap, simple, small, and suitable for travelli... moreThere themes for SE phones at http://se-lifestyle.com/... just register, introduce yourself and you're on the go.