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Discussion in 'LG Electronics' started by dapetruz, Aug 10, 2003.

  1. dapetruz

    dapetruz New Member

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    Whats up everyone? My name is danny I'm new to this forum and i just got the LGX4400 and its great until i got my first verizon bill from all the tones games and pix! LoL! I have a few questions maybe you guys can help me with? if not its cool cuz i'm the new guy i understand..lol.

    -What the hell does 1x mean?
    -My phone constantly gives me a message "CHanging service area" why?
    -Any way to get free tones, pics stuff like that?
    -What can this phone do! I know it can do some crazy sh*t! i wana see what it can do!
    -Also is there a way to use it as a SPEAKER PHONE ? thanks for the help!




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  2. axvx8xoxr

    axvx8xoxr Bronze Senior Member
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    My Phone:
    Motorola Q
    Wireless Provider(s):
    Verizon
    alright here's the answers in the order you asked them:

    -1x stands for 1xRTT...its a high speed data network and is the type of coverage your phone has a the current time(other icons you may notice are D for digital, and A for analog coverage)

    -This is because you have the service change option on, to turn it on or off press menu>8>1>4>1 ... this makes the phone beep and show "changing service area" on the display when you enter or change service areas.

    -There is a cable available from radio shack, i'm not sure of the model number though try the search feature to locate it.

    -Its a very capable phone, some of the coolest things are Get It Now (as you seem to have figured out already [​IMG]) chaning the color of the external LCD, changing themes, built in organizer and tip calculator. Myself and (i'm sure) others have noticed the "GPS" logo on the back of the phone and have tried to figure out a way to use it to show coordinates but have so far been unsuccessful. We are sure however a GPS chip (gpsOne) in the phone that is used for E911 services in some areas.

    -I do not believe that there is a way to use it as a speakerphone w/o a car kit, it would be a welcome addition though.

    Hope that helps and welcome to the forums!
     
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  3. njsvrzncdma

    njsvrzncdma i cant stop the ringing..
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    hey i was a newbie too 2000 posts ago ! welcome !
     
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