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About kopfjagerstu

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    mda compact 4
  1. Just the case, I must admit when I got the MDA IV out of the box I was very disappointed, but the trade magazines seem to like the back, I just think it lost that unique stylish look
  2. It's you that is posting information on here that is incorrect, unless you know what your talking about you should keep it to yourself, you certainly don't know anything about T-mobile and their services
  3. HSDPA IS TECHNOLOGY THAT THE NETWORKS USE FOR THEIR MOBILE INTERNET SERVICES, THATS WHY THEY CALL IT MOBILE BROADBAND, BECAUSE HSDPA ALLOWS FAST DATA TRANSFER. ANY PHONE, MDA, SMARTPHONE, THAT HAS HSDPA AS A FUNCTION WILL CONNECT AT THE FASTEST SPEED IT CAN FIND. ITS GOT FCUK ALL TO DO WITH THE PACKAGE YOU HAVE, YOU DONT HAVE TO ASK FOR IT TO BE ACTIVATED ON YOUR ACCOUNT. WHY ARE THERE SO MANY IDIOTS ON THIS SITE THAT DON'T KNOW WHAT THEY ARE TALKING ABOUT BUT INSIST ON POSTING MISINFORMATION
  4. What the hell is… HSDPA? Published by Stuart Dredge It’s another darn mobile acronym, that’s what it is. But it’s actually quite exciting if you’re into mobile content. To take the basics first, HSDPA stands for High-Speed Downlink Packet Access, although it’s probably easier to think of it as ‘mobile broadband’ or ‘3.5G’. In short, it’s an upgrade to the operators’ 3G networks that gives you more bandwidth, making it faster to get content – whether that’s streaming video and music, or downloading games, video or music. As a rough guide to what it means in the real world, while 3G currently gives you around 384 kilobits per second, HSDPA will allow 1.8 megabits per second for most of the handsets that the operators will launch later this year, although this will go higher in the future. All the operators are upgrading their 3G networks to HSDPA, with 3 announcing last week that the first handsets would go on sale before Christmas. So what does it mean for mobile content? Well, for music, it means the operators will be able to start selling you full albums rather than individual songs. Meanwhile, for video, it will improve the quality of streaming video, while making video downloads much faster. It’ll either be quicker to get content, or the operators will be able to up the quality, and get rid of some of that unattractive pixelisation that you see even on a 3G connection. It doesn't matter if you have Web'n'Walk, Web'n'Walk plus, or Web'n'Walk Max attached to your tariff you will always connect at the fastest available speed that is available in your location. That means that because the Diamond/Compact IV have HSDPA ability where possible it will connect using the fastest connection it can
  5. HSDPA is the software in the phone that enables you to connect to the T-Mobile or other networks at the faster speed, it's sometimes referred to as 3.5G as its the next evolution of the 3G technology. The phone will always connect at the fastest speed it can find so if your in a area that has a good HSDPA service your get the fastest, which can be up to 7.2mps inside the M25, if it cant get good HSDPA it will go 3G (upto 3.2mps), and poorest GPRS (Dial Up speed). The basic Web'n'Walk package £7.50 has a 1 Gig fair use. The Web,n,Walk Plus package is £12.50 has a 3 Gig fair use but allows you to use the unit as a modem when connected to a laptop or PC Hope this helps
  6. Hi Just got my case from ADVERTISING SPAM, it is for the Diamond but I have a Compact iv, and it fits ok Aluminium with all the holes in the right places Comes in black or silver $28 includes world wide postage
  7. www.copilotlive.co.uk/t-mobile and purchase the product key £42
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