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Wannabe Geek

#2223 10-Sep-2004 17:17
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hey im lookin 2 buy a GTRAN 4020, can u answer some questions 4 me? it pxt? it telecom or vodafone?

3.can u send and recieve pxt?


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#8441 10-Sep-2004 17:44
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Its a Telecom CDMA handset


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#8442 10-Sep-2004 19:14
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As John said it is a telecom phone, its not pxt at all so you can take photos with it but then do nothing with them. The external LCD can be prone to cracking from what i've seen aswell and it aint cheap to fix


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#8504 13-Sep-2004 09:01
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Hi funkelilmonke, if your interested there is a copy of the user guide available to download from Telecom's site.

As mentioned by other users, unfortuneately it's not PXT. The functionality was to be included but as the phone was released several months before the network was ready for PXT it had to be disabled. Also, there isn't any key combination or anything to re-enable it.

It is still a WAP2 65k color phone, and any photo's you take with the snap-on camera can be downloading using the USB data cable. Likewise ringtones & wallpapers can be uploaded into the phone using the data cable.


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Wannabe Geek

#8793 23-Sep-2004 12:57
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I have a gtran of my own and are wishing to sell it.It is currently on trademe-have a look.
Type in Gtran in the search bar on the site and look for: !!!GTRAN 4020-ALL THE EXTRA'S!!!
It has loads of downloaded games,wallpapers, ringtones etc.

ps-they are not pxt capable but you can buy a clip on camera for around $199rrp,They are telecom!

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