Motorola V710

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  1. shivvy

    shivvy New Member

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    I just picked this phone up and have a question about it.

    Is the slot on the top for a memory card? If it is, does that mean your phone can be a mp3 player?

    Also, how would i get the songs from my computer to my phone?
     
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    yes, it is for a memory card, but the only way to get the files onto the card would be either through a card reader or a usb cable

    no bluetooth :hs:
     
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    thanks, but where would you plug the usb to the phone? is that cord an accessory from verizon?
     
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    another thing, on the website it talks about how i can be an mp3 player but doesnt say what you use to play them and I cant find anything folders on the phone that are specific to playing mp3s

    can you download them on your phone? like itunes? and can you listen to them without using headphones?
     
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    actually i think the V710 is supposed to be the first moto with bluetooth (according to the websites that I've seen)

    is this phone free with a 2 year plan? or is it $200+ with a plan?
     
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    not first moto ever w/ bluetooth, just first verizon phone w/ bluetooth

    but whats the point if the bluetooth is disabled :dunno:
     
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    oh ya, first verizon w/ bluetooth

    it's disabled on the phone? :confused:
     
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    maczter Life is trying things to see if they work.

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    wow damn that sucks ass

    so has anyone found a good alternative phone?
     
  11. shivvy

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    you can have motorola disable the bluetooth block to you computer
     
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    more info about this?
     
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    when i bought the phone at the verizon store the tech guy told me that...that is all i have to go off of
     
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    Basically change the OS of the phone you're using. You can flash phones to different phones, i.e. flash a v600 to a v620. which would allow for video recording and some other things. Sometimes it fixes bugs (like disabled bluetooth). Its not a very simple process, and will definately bring out the true geek in you.
     

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