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Topic # 4786 27-Aug-2005 07:07
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Phone: Samsung SCH-N391

Hi guys. I seem to be having the same problems as this guy:
http://www.geekzone.co.nz/forums.asp?ForumId=11&TopicId=3973

And was wondering if anyone has any suggestions? Not being able to send mms is bugging the heck out of me :(

Thanks in advance!


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  Reply # 19208 28-Aug-2005 02:05
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I sent one fine today from my phone today.. Unusual problem with an excellent phone.

I really like the MMS client on this phone. send up to 10 images, 100KB, No stupid "online galleries" and slow downloads. it's just a simple "Bling" and it's there to view. :-)

This phone also allows unrestricted ringtone downloads from the regular "free" sites.

But:, Do you know how to add words to the predictive input? I can't seem to add them (no custom dictionary???)

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  Reply # 19213 28-Aug-2005 04:17
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I never found a way to add words on any Samsung I have used :-( Out of luck there i think.
Sanyo seems to do this the best (better than Nokia IMO, as the Sanyo will pick up a new word in multi-tap 'abc' mode without being asked.)




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  Reply # 19313 29-Aug-2005 23:19
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Drat :-( i really liked the little samsung, I have since replaced it with a robust Sanyo 4920 for that exact reason and do like that sanyo TXT learning, It's a very strange and a but ugly phone but very good once you get to know it and it's extremely functional.

Excellent battery life,
VERY loud ringer!
PTT
Good, clear screen,
Excellent TXTing.

Why are the 027 nokias such a mess for texting!!!, Menu, Messages, Text messages, Text messages, add number, go back, add text, go back, select send, find number and FINALLY you can send it!!!!! ugh.

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  Reply # 19319 30-Aug-2005 08:39
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paradoxsm: Drat :-( i really liked the little samsung, I have since replaced it with a robust Sanyo 4920 for that exact reason and do like that sanyo TXT learning, It's a very strange and a but ugly phone but very good once you get to know it and it's extremely functional.

The new 2300 beats the pants off the 4920 for style :-) (For only fifty dineros more)

Why are the 027 nokias such a mess for texting!!!, Menu, Messages, Text messages, Text messages, add number, go back, add text, go back, select send, find number and FINALLY you can send it!!!!! ugh.

I thought everyone had figured out the shortcut keys by now. Im sure you can do it in about half that number of steps. (Which is -still- too many :-))




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  Reply # 19367 31-Aug-2005 01:00
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I liked it alot but it had a smaller battery and seemed a little more flimsy with the type of use i'll tend to give my "hack" phones. (the ones I take for outdoorsy stuff) I'm giving the sanyo to a friend shortly when I upgrade back up to a harrier (though I need a new car first!)

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