Question about Cell Phones
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
http://www.tonethis.com/index.php?page=supported_phones indicates that it is possible to download a ring tone.
Howevr, my manual for the w315 makes no mention of downloading capability.
Posted on Dec 28, 2007
ringtones are stored to the phones internal memory not the memory card. check to make sure that your phone is set to save music, pictures, and video to the memory card, not the internal memory. then move any of those file types that are in the internal memory to the card. if you still don't have enough file space you will have to delete something to make room
Posted on May 28, 2009
I had the same problems, it turns out my browser options were set to identify my bb browser as internet explore, you can also set it as firefox, once i changed it back to blackberry it worked fine, just go to browser menu options and change it.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
In case you are trying to download applications from the Android market through your carrier's data plan, If you haven't already done so, go to 'Menu > Settings > Data manager > Data saver', and make sure that the 'Enable data saver' checkbox is unchecked. Then, press the back button, and 'Data delivery', and check both 'All mobile data' and 'Background data' checkboxes are checked. On that same settings page, click on 'Blur applications', and make sure that 'Sync over Wi-Fi only' is unchecked. Press the back button 4 times to return to the home page you were in, prior to start changing these settings. Of course you can play with these settings (as well as other ones around) the way which better suits your needs at any given moment.
Of course you can also activate your phone's Wi-Fi network and download the applications you want through your home's wireless network (if it is present, that is).
Hope these instructions might work for you, somehow.
Anyway, please, let me know if I can help you any further.
Posted on Mar 18, 2011
SOURCE: my lg quantum won't let
if you're trying to download application to a service provider and you got error with this type of message,this might be a network time-out or failed to transmit application to your phone.
well i''ll give you this free web link so you can enjoy your mobile features.you can use wi-fi connection directly on your phone or Pc may do as well,
go to this link : http://phone.mobile9.com/i/lg+quantum/
* just download any application you wish
* set the download folder were it will be placed or locate.
* you can use bluetooth device to transfer the file to your phone (pc bluetooth should be active)
* you can use a multi-media card reader and paste all of your application to you memory card.
* or a data cable can do as long you have a pc suite installed & phone drivers.
after the application was download to your mobile,just open the file and file the instruction.
Posted on Jun 15, 2011
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