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  Reply # 1334420 30-Jun-2015 19:41
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MurrayM:
mrtoken: My god that ultra looks great for the price

Do the phones have a LED notification light?
and if so does it support red/green/blue etc?

The Smart Prime has a white LED notification line, so I assume that the Ultra will have one too but I don't know if it's colour or not.


The ultra is made by ZTE where as the prime is made by Alcatel, they do look similar but I wouldn't count on it

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  Reply # 1334552 1-Jul-2015 06:16
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Wow. Next time my phone dies I'd sure consider this one. FM radio = good bonus too.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 1334622 1-Jul-2015 08:36
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Seems neither the Smart nor Smart Ultra do Band 28 (700 MHz).  Correct? 

 

If not, a big negative.

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  Reply # 1334638 1-Jul-2015 09:04
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DS248: Does the Ultra have NFC?

Yes - the prime and ultra both have NFC. We're working on getting them Semble approved.

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  Reply # 1334893 1-Jul-2015 11:33

mrtoken: My god that ultra looks great for the price

Do the phones have a LED notification light?
and if so does it support red/green/blue etc?






Home button doubles as a notification light. It's blue.

Check the ultra thread for the video showing it in action.




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  Reply # 1336026 2-Jul-2015 19:16
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I have tried and tried to install the facebook app but I keep getting an error saying " unknown error code during application installation: "504 )

any ideas?

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  Reply # 1336030 2-Jul-2015 19:22

weetbix43: I have tried and tried to install the facebook app but I keep getting an error saying " unknown error code during application installation: "504 )

any ideas?


IIRC 504 is a gateway error, tried over a different WiFi network, or over 3G/4G?

You can always try pushing it to your phone from the web store at play.google.com, or grab a copy of the latest version from here and sideload it.




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  Reply # 1336033 2-Jul-2015 19:37
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NikT:
weetbix43: I have tried and tried to install the facebook app but I keep getting an error saying " unknown error code during application installation: "504 )

any ideas?


IIRC 504 is a gateway error, tried over a different WiFi network, or over 3G/4G?

You can always try pushing it to your phone from the web store at play.google.com, or grab a copy of the latest version from here and sideload it.



I have only tried it over my wifi network ans from my computer to push it through to the phone from the play google store.
It seems to download fine just installing is the problem. I will try the side load and let you now thanks

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  Reply # 1336037 2-Jul-2015 20:00
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The side load worked!  

Thanks NikT

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  Reply # 1336265 3-Jul-2015 10:24
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PBTech look to have this on sale for $99 this weekend.
http://www.pbtech.co.nz/index.php?z=p&p=MPHVDF358981

Vodafone Smart Prime Mobile Phone for $86+gst



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  Reply # 1336292 3-Jul-2015 10:55
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Does anyone else find that the bit around the earphone speaker is quite sharp and can even cut you?




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  Reply # 1336300 3-Jul-2015 11:04
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lokhor: Does anyone else find that the bit around the earphone speaker is quite sharp and can even cut you?

No problems with mine.



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  Reply # 1336305 3-Jul-2015 11:07
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MurrayM:
lokhor: Does anyone else find that the bit around the earphone speaker is quite sharp and can even cut you?

No problems with mine.


Mine may have a fault earpiece then.. 




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  Reply # 1336310 3-Jul-2015 11:12
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lokhor:
MurrayM:
lokhor: Does anyone else find that the bit around the earphone speaker is quite sharp and can even cut you?

No problems with mine.


Mine may have a fault earpiece then.. 

So if you run your finger over the earpiece you can feel something sharp? Mine's smooth with the earpies grill slightly recessed.

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