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3 years ago The phone will work. I know of a couple of folks using AT&T branded Torches on Vodafone UK without issues - it's the exact sa... 3 years ago The same thing happened to me when migrating from my 9500. I just re-downloaded the missing stuff and all was well.... 3 years ago The headset that came with my Torch was shockingly poor, easily one of the worst I've ever encountered. Muffled, echoing ratt... 3 years ago
A real, bog-standard Vodafone-issue 9500 just like mine, which shows the same 3G icon.... 3 years ago Using the lock button on the top left of the phone will turn off the screen immediately without shutting down. Press it again... 3 years ago Leaving aside the question of whether you should switch networks, the short answer is yes, the Torch will work on 3's network... 4 years ago Ahhh.. flick scrolling in the contacts list rocks!!!... 4 years ago Yes, it's true - at long last. Just finishing up the installation now.... 4 years ago Didn't even know this forum existed until now, while I was idly scrolling through the loooooong list!
Maybe someone should l... 5 years ago Because the 3G part of the phone on a 9500 is WCDMA (Wideband CDMA).... 5 years ago Oh, before I go to sleep:
1. I'm in the UK
2. Vodafone does not have EDGE
3. I don't live in a 3G area
My Storm lives on GP... 5 years ago Thanks Patches, only reason I'm awake at this hour is because I have a clear day tomorrow.
Anyway, I do need my sleep. The U... 5 years ago More on the FCC angle, from a google search (Refers to another phone but is applicable to the Storm):
Why would HTC/SE make... 5 years ago Oops, just realised what you meant Patches, sorry.
Tmo USA uses a 1700/2100 system, why they couldnt use the "normal" 2100 b... 5 years ago I wouldn't say it's not worth it, I'm merely pointing out that until the US operators adopt international standards (or RIM m... View More History
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