Question about Motorola Mobility E680 Handheld
My Motorola E680i is still set to international network settings... (ie, Mobeelife, TAT, catch, emome, i-style) I want to know if there is any way to have T-zones installed as an additional option also how to use the Modem feature of the phone correctly. Thanks Peace
The regular Motorola website doesn't seem to admit the existance of the E680i, so that wasn't a very big help. There does seem to be reviews and opinions here and there, but they aren't much help to your problems. Further off the beaten path is the "MotoDev" site that not only knows your phone is real, it also has a list of software tools and specifications that are likely to be useful to you. In the "Related Content" list on the right is "Using the MOTODEV SIMConfig Tool", which may help you accomplish what you want to do, regarding the international settings... Here is the URL: --> http://developer.motorola.com/products/handsets/e680i/ Also, looking at T-mobiles websites & resources, I came up with the specifications that your phone needs to have in order to connect to the "T-Mobile data services such as T-MobileWeb, picture and video messaging, and T-Mobile Internet". (Quoted from the T-mobile website.) You will have to enter these settings manually into your phone, because the T-mobile "wireless configurator" does not list your model of phone and won't send them to your phone automatically. URL with settings info here: --> http://support.t-mobile.com/knowbase/root/public/tm21625.htm? There are a few more settings to manually enter under the link that says "Camera Phone Picture Messaging Settings" in the "Related Info" box. (I tried to just post those settings here, but there's some restriction to the FixYa message posting that keeps rejecting this text. Still, going to these links will get you the info you need....) Hope this helps answer your questions! ;)
Posted on Aug 06, 2007
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