Thank You, I am in contact with him now, will see what he can do at least i understand his importing method.
Originally Posted by Natemz
Actually where I live AT&T is just as good as Verizon... and their 3G is waaaaay better than VZW. When I have 1XEV on VZW, it's just the speed of AT&T EDGE (which is way slower than their 3G). True, I didn't have AT&T 3G in as many locations as VZW 1XEV, but i DID have EDGE all the time, which is the same as the 1XEV speeds ...& when i DID have 3G it was broadband/WiFi fast!
Originally Posted by jlevy73
But now, I'm just getting off topic, I apologize
OK, I am really trying to like this thing but...
OK today I had 4-5 dropped calls on a bridge that was going 2-5mph and my signal was bouncing 0 bars to 5 bars.
A. What gives
B. This .148 radio is stable but not as strong as .90, I do not think I can live with any other radio but .90. It holds calls and has stronger reception for me
I called verizon today and they said I had 22 dropped calls in 30 days and that is normal (and normal for the reception to bounce 0-5 bars?) (not for me, my previous windows mobile phone got awesome reception and maybe 2-5 dropped calls in 30 days).
Verizon passed me to blackberry on my truncated email issue and we both found out that yahoo and hotmail emails are getting truncated way sooner than it is supposed to (like I get ⅓ to ˝ of the email), he is getting back to me tomorrow or Monday after he escalates it, he was tier 2, the tier 1 guy gave up after 10min on the phone).
Any Ideas please?? Yes with the .90 code on I had to reboot the phone 2-3 times a day but reception was best?
Thanks for any help or advise.
Dfran have you tried any other radio besides .90 and .148? I would suggest either .132 or .109 as both of those have been great to me.
Originally Posted by dfran1
Has anyone seen the UI coming with the new PalmPre. That would be amazing on the Storm. Being able to have multiple apps open and just flick through them or flick them close, Nice.
See it here:
Palm Pre (Sprint) Smartphone reviews - CNET Reviews
(Sorry, I don't know how to fit links in a thread.)
The new Palm not only has a touch screen and "Flick Scrolling", but it also has the two finger pinching and zoom feature that the iPhone has. Some of us were wondering if Apple had patented that feature, but apparently not.
Palm executive chairman Jon Rubinstein, was Apple's senior vice president of hardware engineering and iPod division head. He seems to have brought some ideas with him for Palm.
I am not sure what you guys are calling "Flick" scrolling.... I Have found though that if you are in your SMS's you can scroll from side to side to navigate your messages.. I thought that was pretty cool... I maybe alittle behind the times I have only had this about 2 weeks now and have Updated the OS 3 times already :burnout:
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