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Old 9 Aug 2004, 02:52 AM   #16
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I have a Siemens S55. Sturdy, trustworthy, no-nonsense. I've a plantronics headset, and the combination is better than most 'normal' phones; certainly beats all car kits I know.

That boring enough?

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Old 10 Aug 2004, 05:37 AM   #17
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I have a Samsung E105 that operates on T-moible's GSM network. I hardly use it since my primary form of wireless communication is amateur radio.
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Old 24 Nov 2004, 10:21 PM   #18
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Sony Ericsson P910i brand new

So I fail even to get it going

I'ms such a computer ... never get how gadgets work.

But with help fo their Support Center here in Sweden I managed to do some things.

I felt very disappointment about them not having a way to edit ordinary .txt files. So I download this simple editor

http://www.allaboutsymbian.com/forum...ead.php?t=6821

jText - Text Editor for the P800

Malcom Bryant via FrEPOC has released jText.

jText is a simple text editor for the P800 written in Personal Java. It will enable you to create and edit ASCII files directly on your P800.

With jText you are able to cut, copy and paste text to or from other P800 applications. You can save the information in a plain text file which can be transferred to - and understood by - any other computer.

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Very good. It has wordwrapping too.

so now I am feeling is less down.

Trew
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Old 24 Nov 2004, 10:30 PM   #19
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currently I'm using my hubby's Samsung X100 but I actually own a Motorola E398 that's now in Moto's National Svc Ctr due to some "acting up" it did. my hubby has Moto V80. my 19 mo. old daughter has her "own" nextel phone (also a Moto phone) that can be turned on/off but doesn't do any other function beside that. it's half broken and it was lying there next to garbage bin, probably the owner just throw it away.

we (me & hubby) had probably owned 10 cellphones since we first use wireless service. some of them (still in usable and look pretty good) are sold to eBay with a decent price, some of them are thrown to garbage, and some are donated to the Salvation Army
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Old 26 Nov 2004, 12:12 AM   #20
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LG 4600 on the Telus network in Canada
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Old 14 Jan 2005, 01:58 PM   #21
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Still got the motorola v600 which I love! Tho I have just paid out the Telstra contract I was on (yeow! remind me never to go on contract again!) Now with vodafone.
Next phone will definately be a motorola, there just so easy to use

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Old 14 Jan 2005, 09:15 PM   #22
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I have the LG 5550. It is a very nice non-camera phone. The camera phones really don't hold much appeal for me. I mostly like the larger displays on them.

Lucky for me, I am a US Cellular sales associate now. So, I can select any phone that we offer and pay a much smaller amount for it than a regular person would.

I have my eye on the Motorola v710 at the moment. The display is pretty large. The brightness and clarity of the display is great.

- Gerry
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Old 14 Jan 2005, 09:48 PM   #23
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Nokia 6100.

Best phone i ever had was a Nokia 6310, but it's just too big now. The battery life was awesome.

I've tried other brands but always come back to Nokia
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Old 15 Jan 2005, 12:20 AM   #24
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Nokia 2650 - A flashy red one

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Old 28 Feb 2021, 08:08 AM   #25
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I dont have a mobile phone and Im happy!

I consider them to be spy phones...... They log everywhere yu are and probably listen to everything which someone has access to.........

We gotta be careful today if we wanna retain privacy!
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Old 3 Mar 2021, 09:49 AM   #26
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Did Aliens Leave Behind this 2800-Year-Old Nokia?
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Old 25 Mar 2021, 03:42 PM   #27
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Huawei and I love it
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Old 13 Apr 2021, 09:01 AM   #28
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Samsung Galaxy S5

Ancient and obsolete. Had to replace the battery once.
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Old 13 Apr 2021, 11:37 PM   #29
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LG 4600 on the Telus network in Canada
Since my last message over 16 years ago, I've gone through a few.

Prior to the LG 4600 was a Sanyo SCP-4000.
After, it goes: Nokia 6275i, Blackberry Bold 9700, Samsung Galaxy S2, Google Nexus 5, LG G5, Nokia 8, Huawei P20 Pro, and now a Samsung Galaxy S10. I like Android and will stick with it.
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Old 6 Sep 2021, 09:11 PM   #30
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Currently Pixel 4a, and before that Pixel 2. To me one of the most important things is camera quality and Google delivers on that front. I'm thinking of switching to an iPhone because they have finally caught up on the camera front, and Apple's ecosystem is very appealing to photographers. I've noted that most pro photographers are wedded to Apple stuff. Google's Pixel 6 will be interesting, but I'm afraid it will be more about AI stuff that might help with photography but also becomes more and more intrusive. With all of these phone cameras it is becoming harder and harder to impose your vision on a photograph instead of whatever the AI wants to do, but there are some really good Apple apps (like Halide) that allow you to regain control.
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