Motorola Smartphones Kingsland GA

Motorola offers a wide range of smartphones with differing capabilities and features to accommodate every smartphone users needs. Here you’ll find additional information on Motorola smartphones as well as local companies and providers that may help you in your search.

Phone ResQ - Fernandina Cell Phone Repair
(904) 310-0059
1001 Atlantic Avenue
Fernandina beach, FL
Products & Services
Cell phone repairs, sales. Gadget repairs. Prepaid plans
Store Type
Cell phone repair
Hours
Monday through Saturday 10-5
Prices and/or Promotions
$10.00 off any repair

T-Mobile
(229) 247-1750
3451 Inner Perimeter Rd # RS
Valdosta, GA

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Apple Store
(404) 926-3085
3393 Peachtree Rd Ne
Atlanta, GA
 
Cellular Connections, Inc.
(706) 208-1078
4932 New Kings Bridge Rd
Nicholson, GA

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AT&T Mobility
(770) 222-1000
4272 Jimmy Lee Smith Pkwy
Hiram, GA

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Cellular World
(904) 491-4930
1429 Sadler Rd
Fernandina Beach, FL

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Absolute Cellular, Inc.
(770) 856-2000
12872 Highway 9 N
Alpharetta, GA

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Mobile TxPrtz
(678) 827-1441
1572 Hwy 85 N
Fayetteville, GA
Products & Services
cell phone, tablet & computer repair
Store Type
retail
Hours
12-7
Prices and/or Promotions
$20-$250

Cellular Sales
(706) 354-6199
105 Gaines School Rd
Athens, GA
 
Bellsouth Mobility
(478) 971-7090
2720 Watson Blvd
Warner Robins, GA
 
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Motorola i930 Smartphone for Nextel/Sprint

Motorola i930 Smartphone for Nextel/Sprint

The long anticipated i930 will soon be dangling from many a belt across the country and around the world. While this clamshell Windows Mobile Smartphone has a few firsts and some highly desirable features, it also has some missing virtues, which are puzzling.

I like the fact that it has a SIM card for portability of accounts and an SD card slot for expanded storage capacity. It runs on Windows Mobile 2003 SE and a 180 MHz processor with 32 MB ROM and 32 MB RAM. It has 64 MB of non-volatile memory.

This phone operates on the 900/900 iDEN network in the United States and can switch to the 900/1800 GSM frequencies overseas, but it will not support 850 or 1900 GSM bands domestically. A big plus is Nextel’s national and international PTT walkie-talkie service.

The i930 comes loaded with software including the usual Windows Mobile Microsoft suite. In addition, it comes with the ClearVue Suite for viewing Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and PDF documents. There is also a set of Java Powered Utilities: FindMe, TeleNav, My-Cast Weather, and TrimbleOutdoors, all of which are subscription services.

In the box, you get a CD with Microsoft ActiveSync 3.8 and Outlook 2002, both outdated programs. There is a plastic swivel belt clip, along with charging and USB cables. The cradle does not have a dock for charging an additional battery.

What Rules

• Nextel national and international Walkie Talkie service
• International connectivity with GSM networks
• 64 MB non-volatile memory
• Camera with flash
• SIM Card
• SD expansion slot
• Flip open button

What Drools

• Unsightly, cumbersome external antenna
• Slow 180 MHz processor
• Windows Mobile 2003 instead of WM 5
• Cradle will not charge extra battery
• No Bluetooth

Conclusion

The most disappointing aspects of this phone are its lack of Bluetooth, which eliminates the possibility of GPS, BT external key...

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Motorola Q Tips

Motorola Q tips

Here are some keyboard shortcuts and tips for Motorola Q users.

  • Quickly call up a contact: Press the first letter of their first or last name, and the contact will appear in a phone dialer screen below the red number field, which you can then select by pressing down on the D-pad.
  • Open the Quick List (which includes Wireless Manager and a keyboard lock function): Press and hold the Home button.
  • Activate Flight Mode: Open the Quick List, select Wireless Manager, and highlight and select Phone. Select it again to turn the phone back on.
  • Lock the keyboard: Render the keyboard inoperable by opening the Quick List and selecting “Key lock.” To unlock the keyboard, press the Unlock soft key and then the asterisk (∗) key.
  • Activate caps lock: In a program where you are entering text, press the shift key twice (the shift key is on the right-hand side of the keyboard with an arrow pointing up). To undo caps lock, press shift once.
  • Open the Camera viewfinder: Press and hold the camera key (to the right of the space bar).
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