Anyone using FR as a phone?
C R McClenaghan
chris at mcclenaghan.com
Sat Jul 12 22:06:55 CEST 2008
BTW - Right now T-Mobile in central california, usa.
Will try the AT&T sim later.
On Jul 12, 2008, at 1:02 PM, C R McClenaghan wrote:
> Similar here, I get best results with the phone itself. The
> headphones aren't bad, but the screen "clicks" really pop in the ear
> when you navigate. The speaker phone doesn't disable the headset,
> just increases the volume. The speakerphone echos at the other end,
> although it seems fine this end (without the headset).
> Stupid question - I'm sure there's an answer on the wiki - but are
> there descriptions for all the applications and utilities -
> messaging, dialer, etc?
> On Jul 12, 2008, at 12:48 PM, Emilis Dambauskas wrote:
>> Are you using the headphones?
>> I tested my phone itself and it worked quite well, but when I tried
>> using the headphones I've got the symptoms you describe.
>> On Sat, Jul 12, 2008 at 10:40 PM, Randy S. <randypower at gmail.com>
>> I am curious to know if anyone is using their FR as a phone. Mine
>> has such poor audio quality, it is unfortunately useless as a
>> phone. The audio I hear is clear but at a very low volume; the
>> other person hears my voice very distorted and with a buzz.
>> I am on T-Mobile in Texas, USA.
>> emilis.d at gmail.com
>> gsm: +370-686-07732
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