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Old 23rd January 2011, 22:25   #7636
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Hey, why dont you guys discussing android problems take the issue up in the android thread?

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http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/gadget...s-reviews.html

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Old 24th January 2011, 09:16   #7637
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Your got it wrong friend. Its a problem with my Samsung chat 335. It seems you did not understand my post.

Well anybody, any ideas? I will be visiting the Samsung customer care today. Will update.

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Hey, why dont you guys discussing android problems take the issue up in the android thread?

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http://www.team-bhp.com/forum/gadget...s-reviews.html
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Old 24th January 2011, 14:10   #7638
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Anyone have any feedback on the Nokia E7, the latest from the Communicator series? Guess its being launched by this month end at a price of around 30k.
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Old 27th January 2011, 12:04   #7639
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Friends Bought New Samsung Wave 723 (White colour) on 25.01.2011

Brilliant Camera for a 5 mega pixel with Auto Focus, Crisp display, 3G, Wifi, 3.2" Screen Capacitive touch screen (Touch is really nice). Some nice applications on Samsung Apps store, the default safari browser is delight to use. The sound output in earphones is pleasure (I am using creative EP 635) yet to try the default ones. I must say i am absolutely loving it.

Market Price 11k, Sold my 21 months old Samsung Star for 2.5k got Wave723 for 8.5K and 0.7k for 8 GB card. Nice deal in 9.2k. My main priority was camera & 3g and it has definitely sufficed my needs.

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Old 28th January 2011, 12:11   #7640
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End of JM road towards garware bridge,next to the mahindra showroom,the guy will get it for you at the cheapest price in pune
Thanks Blueangel. Any idea whats the shop name is?

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Old 28th January 2011, 12:21   #7641
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Friends,

I have saved all the above settings, and these are same which I use for my android apart from the IP address. Now I am able to connect my android to the network but Samsung is not able to connect it displays ettor " Authentication failed".

I have WPA/WPA2PSK security setup in my modem/router, have tried by keeping the network Open also but to no avail, same error is displayed.

Any pointer to any error in settings. Need help from all you experts.

-Rohit
Since it says Authentication failed it is not Static or DHCP issue.
Check following points.
1. If mac filtering is enabled in your Wifi router , If yes then add MAC of your phone to the table.
2. Check the router logs to see why it is rejecting authentication that will give you some clue.
3. most of the time when you type WPA2/PSK key the password is masked by * so as a user you are not able to see what is being typed. Is it a possibility that the key is not getting entered correctly ?
Try changing your key to a simpler to type string and check.
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Old 31st January 2011, 03:06   #7642
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Hi Guyz,
I am on my way back home, and i plan to Jailbreak my iPhone 4, any tips or suggestions in getting this done without bricking my iPhone would help me a lot.

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I'm looking to buy an Android phone.

Since this will be my 2nd/backup/personal usage phone (I already have a BB for official use), I do not want to spend more than 10-12k on it.

I'm confused between HTC Wildfire and LG Optimus P500.

My requirements:
1. QWERTY like typing
2. Good battery life
3. GPS, BT, WiFi
4. Good camera

HTC Wildfire seems to fulfill all of the above. But its Android 2.1. And the Optimus is 2.2 (but I have heard HTC is better than any other brand when it comes to Android handsets).

I would like to know - what big deal is it to upgrade the firmware on an Android?

Like Nokia/BB, can we not upgrade to the next available version?
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I bought an Optimus One for 12300 INR. Its a superb phone, and I am loving it. I did not like the wildfire due to high price and small screen. Even the processor and RAM are lesser than Optimus.
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I'm looking to buy an Android phone.

Since this will be my 2nd/backup/personal usage phone (I already have a BB for official use), I do not want to spend more than 10-12k on it.

I'm confused between HTC Wildfire and LG Optimus P500.

My requirements:
1. QWERTY like typing
2. Good battery life
3. GPS, BT, WiFi
4. Good camera

HTC Wildfire seems to fulfill all of the above. But its Android 2.1. And the Optimus is 2.2 (but I have heard HTC is better than any other brand when it comes to Android handsets).

I would like to know - what big deal is it to upgrade the firmware on an Android?

Like Nokia/BB, can we not upgrade to the next available version?
My friend has Wildfire, He got 2.2 upgrade on the air from HTC almost 1 month back. 2.2 upgrade for Wildfire is officially released. Only thing bad about wildfire is its display.

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I bought an Optimus One for 12300 INR. Its a superb phone, and I am loving it. I did not like the wildfire due to high price and small screen. Even the processor and RAM are lesser than Optimus.
Congo. Suggest you avoid upgrading the firmware...
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Its already on Android 2.2
So I am not going to upgrade.
Anyways, are you talking about gingerbread update?
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Nah, nah!! I'm talking about the firmware!

LG hasn't released the 2.3 update yet, which I'm sure you already know.
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Anyone have any feedback on the Nokia E7, the latest from the Communicator series? Guess its being launched by this month end at a price of around 30k.
Mid March seems more likely.
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Old 1st February 2011, 11:41   #7650
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Nah, nah!! I'm talking about the firmware!

LG hasn't released the 2.3 update yet, which I'm sure you already know.
Ok, but why do you say do not update the firmware?
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