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  1. A dimmer screen than 2.1 and class 10 SD card problems are confirmed with 2.2
  2. I wouldn't rush, mine seems to have SD card issues, wifi issues, random LED flashing issues, a dimmer screen and even more preinstalled crap since the 2.2 update and Motorola don't appear to give a monkey uncle.
  3. Mine is at 1GHz but at the stock voltage, as i am not feeding the processor more juice i don't foresee and problems.
  4. i got mine sim free from Amazon UK last week for £238 delivered.
  5. Did a fresh install of R10 but as happened with previous flavours you couldn't send an MMS with data turned off. On 2.1 and indeed on any non android phone i have owned in the past when sending an MMS data normally fires up for the duration of sending the photo. Its not a biggy i guess and the ROM itself seemed great with no wifi issues but its back to 2.1 for me until the mms thing is resolved.
  6. it still didn't work, unlike in 2.1, 2.2 doesn't seem to turn data on to send the message, you have to have data on to start with and it then sends.
  7. Tar mate, i have been using handcent but ill give the default app a go with the user agent changed.
  8. Not sure if it is network or ROM related but i can no longer send MMS on T-Mobile UK with r7 (patched to r7a)
  9. My first foray in to 2.2 and its brilliant, thank you very much for all your work.
  10. initially i thought mine was quiet then i realised i didn't have the hole for the speaker near the hole in my head, it was pushed up against my ear, i was holding the phone up too high if that makes sense.
  11. with mine being used as just a phone the battery lasts around 80 hours. Usage wise this is with just a few minutes of calls and about 300 texts. If i give angry birds etc. some hammer i can flatten in a few hours but this is only to be expected, i think the best way to look at the phone is as a laptop and not a phone. Turn a laptop on with the screen on a dim setting and it will last yonks, start to use it and its not long before the battery is flat.
  12. The ones on the T-Mobile site are shown as: 1. Press the Menu key 2. Tap on Settings 3. Tap on Wireless & Networks to select. 4. Scroll down and tap on Mobile networks 5. Tap on Access Point Names to select. 6. Press the Menu key 7. Tap on New APN 8. Tap Name then enter T-Mobile MMS select OK 9. Tap APN then enter general.t-mobile.uk select OK 10. Tap Username then enter t-mobile select OK 11. Tap Password then enter tm select OK 12. Tap MMSC then enter http://mmsc.t-mobile.co.uk:8002 select OK 13. Tap MMS proxy then enter 149.254.201.135 select OK 14. Tap MMS port then enter 8080 select OK 15. Tap APN type then enter mms select OK 16. Press the Menu key 17. Tap Save 18. Press the Home key 1. Press the Menu key 2. Tap on Settings 3. Tap on Wireless & Networks to select. 4. Scroll down and tap on Mobile networks 5. Tap on Access Point Names to select. 6. Press the Menu key 7. Tap on New APN 8. Tap Name then enter T-Mobile Internet select OK 9. Tap APN then enter general.t-mobile.uk select OK 10. Tap Username then enter t-mobile select OK 11. Tap Password then enter tm select OK 12. Tap APN type then enter default select OK 13. Press the Menu key 14. Tap Save 15. Press the Home Key But the MMS doesnt seem to work :rolleyes: EDIT: MMS seems to work 100% fine now so it must have just been having a bad day when i tried it first time around.
  13. Mine switches to which ever is the the stronger, i have been on t-mobile since it was Up2You at 50p a minute on One2One (about 1994'ish) and then on various T-Mobile contracts but since doing the YES text my phone has spent 75% of its life on Orange rather than T-Mobile. There is nothing to stop you telling the phone to use Orange all the time rather than T-Mobile if that would improve things.
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