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Re: My phone > iPhone
« Reply #350 on: January 08, 2008, 09:23:28 AM »
Expansys telling me there is a delay in them receiving the stock, still waiting for the m700 to arrive  >:(
 

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« Reply #351 on: January 08, 2008, 05:06:22 PM »
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Make your iPhone listen to your radio -- and tell you what's playing
http://www.tuaw.com/2008/01/07/make-your-iphone-listen-to-your-radio-and-tell-you-whats-pla/


Picture it: you're riding in the car and a great song comes on the radio. You're dying to know what it is so you can go buy it ASAP but there's no satellite radio receiver to tell you what's playing. How can you find out what song it is?
Whip out your iPhone, put it near the car speakers, and watch the screen. Poof! There's the song, artist, and album.
No, I am not kidding.
Our own Erica Sadun was inspired by someone who came up with the original idea, she set off to make it happen, and the result is Listen. It's still "very beta" but, hey, it's still one of the coolest iPhone hacks I've ever heard of. Go check it out and let us know in the comments how it works for you.





Finally,before you say “Wow”, let me remind you that TrackID exists on Sony Ericsson phones
for some time and from just recently the same functionality is available for phones running Symbian S60 as well…  ;)



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Apple patent application for wobbly iPhone homescreen icons; throwable icons
http://www.intomobile.com/


The world of tech-rumors is a “wobbly” one indeed (you see what we did there?). The juicier and longer the lead-time of a rumor, the more skepticism and doubt enshroud said rumor. But enough with the flowery rhetoric – the “leaked” iPhone v1.1.3 firmware from Gear Live has been the topic of hot debate as to whether or not the video is legit. We’re all hoping that the firmware-video is the real deal and not some fancy video editing, but we have to leave open the door for the possibility that the firmware “leak” is a hoax.

So, here’s a bit of patent-application-goodness to help legitimize the v1.1.3 firmware video.

It looks like Apple filed for a patent back in August of last year that details the now famous “wobbly” iPhone homescreen icon effect. The patent outlines a method by which a mobile device’s homescreen icons would vibrate/wiggle/wobble, whatever you want to call it, to indicate that the icons’ positions can be altered. The animated GIF below (put together from the patent application diagrams - props to Hrmpf!) matches up perfectly with what Gear Live showed us recently.

However, the patent application also mentions a feature that Gear Live’s video did not demonstrate – the ability for the homescreen icons to be “thrown” across the screen. In moving the icons, the speed and direction of the icon-movement could be interpreted to move the icon to a position different from the point of release. The faster, or “harder,” the icon is thrown, the further it moves.

Upon breaking contact with the touch-sensitive display, the respective icon may resume varying its position. In some embodiments, the respective icon can be “thrown,” so that the final position of the respective icon is different from the point at which the icon is released. In this embodiment, the final position can depend on a variety of factors, such as the speed of the “throw,” the parameters used in a simulated equation of motion for the “throw” (e.g., coefficient of friction), and/or the presence of a lay out grid with simulated attractive forces.

Now, just because Gear Live didn’t’ demonstrate the “throwable” icon feature doesn’t invalidate their “leak.” Technologies mentioned in patent applications are by no means guaranteed to make it into production. Furthermore, it can be argued that since the patent application was published prior to Gear Live’s video, the legitimacy of the video should be held in question.

Whatever the case, we’ll likely know more in a couple weeks. For the meantime, we’re looking forward to “wobbly” homescreen icons and “My Location” features on our iPhone.


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Motorola Z10 hands-on from CES 2008 Las Vegas
http://www.intomobile.com/2008/01/08/motorola-z10-hands-on-from-ces-2008-las-vegas.html#more-14918
http://www.intomobile.com/wp-content/uploads/2008/01/motorola-sign.jpg

We’ve known about it for some time now. We’ve been waiting for it to drop. Motorola just made it official. And, now we had a chance to play with the Motorola Z10.

Unfortunately, it turns out that the Z10 display units that we had a chance to test at the Motorola booth were still prototypes. We’ll talk more about what that means in a bit. For now we’re going to give you a bit of insight into the Motorola Z10 user experience.

Overall, the Moto Z10 is a striking piece of RAZR-esque design that is both bold and sleek at the same time. The handset’s lines are essentially the same as Motorola’s Z8 slide-phone - with the same “slide and bend” design.



Buttons feel nice and rubbery with a satisfying tactile response. Dedicated music controls and camera buttons make it as easy to capture your memorable moments with the photo and video camera as it is to kick back and listen to some tunes.



And, as Dusan mentioned previously, this Z8 successor bumps up the camera image-sensor pixel count to 3.2 megapixels, up from the Z8’s 2 million pixels. Pictures are sharp and clear with virtually no shutter lag - and the camera has a “multi-shot” feature that allows you to take 3, 5, or 12 pictures in sequence.



However, likely owing to the fact that the Z10 we played with was a prototype (production units were said to be available at the end of the Q1 2008), video recording on the handset was unacceptably sub-par. Video seemed to be recording at something like 10-15fps - not what we expected from the Z10.




Overall, the MOTORIZR Z10 is a slick piece. We weren’t able to test out the 3G HSDPA and full HTML browser, nor the instantaneous video broadcasting, but those are some pretty trick features that are sure to appeal to a lot of people. Oh, and don’t forget the 3.5mm headphone jack - Sony Ericsson always does.

Motorola MOTORIZR Z10 video recording sample
<a href="http://www.youtube.com/v/J3TuSYbKXFs&amp;rel" target="_blank" class="new_win">http://www.youtube.com/v/J3TuSYbKXFs&amp;rel</a>
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Re: My phone > iPhone
« Reply #352 on: January 09, 2008, 02:42:13 PM »
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Hands-on with Aigo's iPhone-ripping, Menlow-based MID
http://www.engadget.com/2008/01/08/hands-on-with-aigos-iphone-ripping-menlow-based-mid/


We got a chance to play with the new Aigo MID that sports the Intel Menlow chip, and here's a slew of shots for you to peep. A few items of note: first, the thing is totally trying to rip the iPhone's interface -- you can't really debate that, though sitting atop its janky Linux implementation, it feels pretty third rate. On the bright side, the little guy uses a new, touchscreen-MID-centric version of Mozilla called CoolFox, which is nice to see on a handheld. Check the gallery and see for yourself.















^^^^So what will Apple do about this one Ozir? It´s not a fan made UI this time..
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SanDisk announces 12GB microSDHC card, world's largest; Promises 16GB later in the year
http://www.intomobile.com/2008/01/09/sandisk-announces-12gb-microsdhc-card-worlds-largest-promises-16gb-later-in-the-year.html


Here’s something for those of you craving for more store capacity on your mobile phone. SanDisk has announced the “world’s largest” microSDHC card that has a capacity of 12GB. Apparently, that’s enough to store a combination of 1,500 songs, 3,600 photos and 24.5 hours of video — at least SanDisk says so.

According to Gizmodo, SanDisk’s reps at the CES said the bigger, 16GB, cards are coming later in the year! Still, some people — including the truly yours — consider 12GB to be quite enough. Can’t wait to see it released… Full release after the jump.

PRESS RELEASE - SanDisk Corporation, the proven leader in flash memory, today announced it has begun to sample 12-gigabyte (GB) microSDHC flash memory cards to major phone manufacturers for testing and evaluation. The 12GB card represents a 50 percent boost in card capacity from SanDisk’s industry-leading 8GB microSDHC cards, which are currently available worldwide, and highlights the growing popularity of mobile phones with storageintensive features that include music players, digital cameras, video recording and playback and GPS capabilities.

“Mobile phones have become a key part of consumers’ lifestyles around the globe,” said Jeff Kost, senior vice president and general manager of the Mobile Consumer Solutions division at SanDisk. “What many people tend to overlook is the important role that removable storage cards play in enabling the key features of these fully featured mobile phones. In fact, many people are not even aware that their phone has a card slot which is why SanDisk recently launched its Wake Up Your Phone campaign.”

SanDisk has embarked on a ’slot education’ program to raise awareness of both the card slot included in the majority of new mobile phones available today and the benefits to the consumers who use it. More information is available at: www.WakeUpYourPhone.com.

A 12GB microSDHC is ideal for storing large quantities of music, photos and video. For example, it will be able to store a combination of 1,500 songs, 3,600 photos and 24.5 hours of video.

SDHC is the designation for any SD or SD-based card that is larger than 2GB and adheres to the new SD 2.00 specification required for cards and hosts to support 4GB to 32GB capacities. The specification was developed by the SD Association, an industry standards board, which has also created three classes to define minimum sustained data transfer speed. These cards adhere to the SD Speed Class 4 Rating.

In addition to the microSDHC, SanDisk also offers a broad range of both embedded and removable storage solutions for mobile handset manufacturers and mobile network operators. These include iNAND and mDOC embedded flash drives; microSD, miniSD removable flash cards; and SIM and MegaSIM cards.

^^^^YES,YES,I need more memory... "only" got 6GB now,a little over 1300 tracks on my phone (no skits,straight up full tracks)
But need more,can never get enough  :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

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EA Mobile: iPhone is hurting mobile gaming industry
http://www.intomobile.com/2008/01/09/ea-mobile-iphone-is-hurting-mobile-gaming-industry.html


Right from the floor of CES, Macworld brings us an interesting story about Apple and how it hurts mobile gaming industry. According to EA Mobile’s VP of worldwide studios Travis Boatman, iPhone is “a replacement for someone who had a RAZR before. They still want their content but there’s no distribution platform in place so there’s a negative impact on the industry.”

And while we agree with you on this Trevis, you should be more patient man. The SDK is right around the corner and you’ll be able to get back all the money you’ve “lost” because Apple closed the platform. In the meantime, go make your team release something interesting. You can always port it later…

^^^^^oooohhhh well^^^^^
 

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Re: My phone > iPhone
« Reply #353 on: January 09, 2008, 03:43:25 PM »
12 GB? damn!!! i want one (mini not micro :P) we cant never have enough of memory!
 

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« Reply #354 on: January 09, 2008, 08:00:21 PM »
i went to the electronic store to buy some bluetooth headphone (insigna),baught them,went home,put the headphones on my head,connect to my cell phone and guess what? SOUND QUALITY IS FUCKING BULLSHIT!!! i was so pissed off but in a way i dont give a fuck cause im gonna go exchange them tomorrow for some bomb ass earphones (skullcandy)
 

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Re: My phone > iPhone
« Reply #355 on: January 09, 2008, 08:27:08 PM »
12 GB? damn!!! i want one (mini not micro :P) we cant never have enough of memory!

but you're going to get N82 ain't you? is it out,it has been quiet since it officially got announced. (no reviews and what not,strange)
BTW,there's MINI converter in the package,so don't worry as long as your phone supports it.
 

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Re: My phone > iPhone
« Reply #356 on: January 09, 2008, 08:37:31 PM »
Thanks for all the info in here.  Some really good shit.
 

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« Reply #357 on: January 09, 2008, 09:07:49 PM »
Make your iPhone listen to your radio -- and tell you what's playing
http://www.tuaw.com/2008/01/07/make-your-iphone-listen-to-your-radio-and-tell-you-whats-pla/


Picture it: you're riding in the car and a great song comes on the radio. You're dying to know what it is so you can go buy it ASAP but there's no satellite radio receiver to tell you what's playing. How can you find out what song it is?
Whip out your iPhone, put it near the car speakers, and watch the screen. Poof! There's the song, artist, and album.
No, I am not kidding.
Our own Erica Sadun was inspired by someone who came up with the original idea, she set off to make it happen, and the result is Listen. It's still "very beta" but, hey, it's still one of the coolest iPhone hacks I've ever heard of. Go check it out and let us know in the comments how it works for you.





Finally,before you say “Wow”, let me remind you that TrackID exists on Sony Ericsson phones
for some time and from just recently the same functionality is available for phones running Symbian S60 as well…  ;)


Been playing with this all day and it is dead on... Very cool  8)
 

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Re: My phone > iPhone
« Reply #358 on: January 10, 2008, 10:07:46 AM »
I went to the electronic store to buy some bluetooth headphone (insigna),

bought them,went home,put the headphones on my head,connect to my cell phone and guess what?
SOUND QUALITY IS FUCKING BULLSHIT!!!
I was so pissed off but in a way i dont give a fuck cause im gonna go exchange
them tomorrow for some bomb ass earphones (skullcandy)


What´s wrong the reception (sound) quality?
or the headphones sound quality?


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O ROKR Bluetooth Stereo Eyewear
http://www.motorola.com/motoinfo/product/details.jsp?globalObjectId=137


Get ready to enjoy wireless connectivity and stereo music with O ROKR, the next generation of Bluetooth® eyewear from Oakley and Motorola. O ROKR combines High Definition Optics® with technologies that let you stay connected to calls and music while hiking, biking or doing virtually any activity* where cords and wires would get in the way. O ROKR gives you absolute wireless freedom, digital stereo fidelity and patented optical clarity.

^^^^^ :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: :laugh: ^^^^^


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AudioBug Mini Wireless FM Transmitter Review
http://www.i4u.com/section-viewarticle-36.html

The AudioBug is available at TheAudioBug.com for $39.95.

Overview:

This time the item up for review is the AudioBUG by Aerielle. Like the device I reviewed previously, this is an FM transmitter designed to be connected to ANY device that supports headphones and the transmit the audio to an FM radio (Since I reviewed another FM device I will do a comparison at the end of this review). The AudioBUG is, in a word, SMALL. (as in a little over an inch long and shaped like a little mouse either computer or real LOL). Including the tail (the headphone cord and plug) it has few controls, it has a power button (in place of one of the 'eyes') a small switch on the side to set the frequency to one of 4 choices (88.1, 88.3, 88.5, and 88.7 ) and finally a battery cover (taking one CR2 Lithium 3 Volt battery).

Like my testing with the Anydrive MP3, I used a variety of audio devices to test with (an MP3 CDS player, my Minidisc player, and my laptop computer this time and TV). Since the AudioBUG is battery powered, I can use it ANYWHERE, so I have been testing (and having fun mind you) this BUG everywhere.
Like tonight, I was watching TV, and my wife and I started making dinner, we couldn't hear the TV from the kitchen so I plugged the AudioBUG into the TV headphone jack, set the radio in the kitchen to the proper station, and long and behold, we had the TV audio in the kitchen (very clear too). The main limitation of the BUG is it only has a 15 foot range and another limitation is it only has the 4 frequencies it can transmit on, but it seems to have a slightly more powerful transmitter than the Anydrive product, so it stays clear longer.

All in all I have been having a blast with the AudioBUG, it will get a lot of use, both in the car and in the home as well (I almost forgot to mention, in the car it is awesome, no long wires all over the place. I just placed the audio device on the dashboard, along with the AudioBUG hooked up (I have a sticky pad on my dashboard) and I can listen in peace, without the birds nest of wires around)



Good Points:
Flexible, can be used with ANY audio device.
Runs on a Battery, and can last up to 40+ hours (I'm still on the original battery and I have been using it a few days now)
Very tiny size, easy to take anywhere
Clear audio, in Stereo

Bad Points:
The CR2 battery it uses is on the expensive side (I checked around, finding them for about $6.45 or so at Wal-Mart). Limited frequency range, could have been better to have ability to tune across the whole frequency range.


Conclusion:
In conclusion I really like the AudioBUG, in my opinion, it's a nicer, more convenient device than the Anydrive I tested previously. It is more flexible, even though it won't take memory plugged in so you could play MP3's, it still is easier to use anyplace you want to have audio playing from any source, through your stereo.



Comparison between the Anydrive MP3 and the AudioBUG:

Size, the AudioBUG wins hands down (see photos)
Ease of use, again the AudioBUG by a slight margin, because of the battery use, as opposed to just using a power cord
Flexibility, well, depends on your uses, if you happen to have a 'thumbdrive' and want the option to play MP3's in your car from the thumbdrive, then the Anydrive is for you, if however you want to use the device ANYWHERE, even places without a power source, then the AudioBUG is for you
Portability, the AudioBUG wins again, it fits into ANY pocket, whereas the Anydrive MP3 will fit into a big pocket
Frequency range, The Anydrive wins here, it has 14 choices for frequency use, where the AudioBUG only has 4, more limited, but I haven't run into a problem yet.
Anydrive versus Audio



Specification:Signal Format:   Standard FM Stereo, 38 KHz subcarrier
Audio Range:   15 Hz - 15 kHz
Signal-to-Noise Ratio:   >60dB
Total Harmonic Distortion:   0.3%, Max.
Channel Separation:   40 dB Typical
Channel Balance:   +/- 2 dB



^^^^This shit looks cool,but what about the sound quality?^^^
This sounds fantastic,bringing my music with me everywhere!!!!!
I posted similar gadgets for SE and iphone below;


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Sony Ericsson MMR-60 musicphone FM transmitter
http://www.engadget.com/2005/10/17/sony-ericsson-mmr-60-musicphone-fm-transmitter/


Sony Ericsson has just revealed a new FM transmitter for musicphones that will allow any handset (as long as it happens to say Sony Ericsson on it) to pipe its tunes to any radio within range. Clearly designed to complement their upcoming W900, the MMR-60 transmitter rocks the same colors and graphics we've come to know and love from Sony's "sports" lineup of "extreme" electronics. No word yet on pricing or availability, but it's a safe bet that you'll be able to pick this up concurrently or prior to the W900 hitting the scene.

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Griffin 4031-RDGC RoadTrip FM Transmitter and Car Charger for iPod (Charcoal)



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iPhone FM Transmitter With LCD Screen
http://www.ipodhacks.com/article.php?sid=2471


Have the holidays left you the proud, new owner of an iPhone? Congrats and welcome to the wonderful world of iPhone accessory shopping! To start you off, here's a handy gadget for anyone whose commute involves sitting behind a steering wheel: the iPhone FM Transmitter with LCD screen

In fact, it's compatible with any iPod sporting a dock connector, as well. Just dial in the target FM channel of your choice and begin to enjoy its FM-broadcasted goodness.

The iPhone FM Transmitter with LCD Screen can be had for $24 USD.





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Re: My phone > iPhone
« Reply #359 on: January 10, 2008, 10:26:15 AM »
Make your iPhone listen to your radio -- and tell you what's playing
http://www.tuaw.com/2008/01/07/make-your-iphone-listen-to-your-radio-and-tell-you-whats-pla/


Picture it: you're riding in the car and a great song comes on the radio. You're dying to know what it is so you can go buy it ASAP but there's no satellite radio receiver to tell you what's playing. How can you find out what song it is?
Whip out your iPhone, put it near the car speakers, and watch the screen. Poof! There's the song, artist, and album.
No, I am not kidding.
Our own Erica Sadun was inspired by someone who came up with the original idea, she set off to make it happen, and the result is Listen. It's still "very beta" but, hey, it's still one of the coolest iPhone hacks I've ever heard of. Go check it out and let us know in the comments how it works for you.





Finally,before you say “Wow”, let me remind you that TrackID exists on Sony Ericsson phones
for some time and from just recently the same functionality is available for phones running Symbian S60 as well…  ;)


Been playing with this all day and it is dead on... Very cool  8)


I have yet to test it myself,but shit looks cool.
Tony have have you tried it?
Posted download links for symbian S60 and Java versions below,will post a link for WM phones when I come over one  ;)


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Review: Shazam iD, TrackID is no longer just a Sony Ericsson thing
http://www.intomobile.com/2007/11/11/review-shazam-id-trackid-is-no-longer-just-a-sony-ericsson-thing.html


f you have a Sony Ericsson device released in the past 2 years or so then you have a most awesome application on your device called TrackID. If you never used it before, here is what you’re missing out on: Once you open the TrackID application you can hold your phone up to a speaker playing a song and within a few seconds you have the name of the track, artist and album you’re currently listening to. This works with the radio as well so you don’t even have to take off your headphones in that situation.

I have long been an advocate that Nokia get off their ass and replicate this application for their S60 powered devices, but my complaints fell on deaf ears. That is until now.

Where did I find it?

I immediately went off on a quest to find this application,
but my efforts were thwarted once I reached
Shazam’s website.
http://www.shazam.com/music/portal/sp/s/media-type/html/user/anon/page/default/template/pages/p/shazam_id.html
Not only does this company fail to provide a URL for a SIS file, you have to be a UK resident and send a premium SMS to get a download URL. Who do I know in the UK? The folks over at All About Symbian! I sent an email to both Rafe and Steve asking if they could help me out with this review by giving me the download URL and they did without hesitation, thanks guys.

The link is
http://www.shazam.com/shazamid
and you have to visit it in your mobile web browser. This should make typing it out a lot less painful:


Let me convince you to download this!

Here is Shazam’s icon. I find it horrible, which is why I’m pointing it out, in hope that they change it in future versions:



The splash screen is the first image on the top of this post, here is what you see after that disappears:



When you click “Tag Now” the application automatically begins to record a short snippet of the audio currently playing. This takes around 5 seconds at best, I didn’t time it so don’t quote me on that:



After it is finished Shazam will ask you to connect to the internet, in this case I selected my provider, Kolumbus:



What is this young, single, mobile phone addict listening to? Rick Astley! The song name scrolls, artist name is right under that and the last line indicates the time when you clicked on “Tag Me.” One more thing, full album art! I’ll come back to what that 1/14 indicates:



When clicking on “Share it,” a text message entry dialog pops up allowing you to send an SMS to a friend who might like, laugh at, or hate this song:



RealTone doesn’t work for me, it just pulls up Shazam’s site, which is useless. Now what did that 1/14 indicate? MyMusic is a list of all the songs you identified. No clue as to the limit of items within that list. Yes I like Modern Talking, no I’m not gay:



Moving one tab over to “TagChart” you can see the most popular songs people are trying to identify:



That is all. A very simple application, it does 4 things: ID the song currently playing, list the songs you tagged, list the songs people are tagging the most and letting you share the name of that track with your friends.

Message to Nokia:
Clone this
Add the ability to “Download now via the Nokia Music Store”
Add the ability for me to identify songs currently playing on the radio
Let me see what songs my friends are tagging
Let me see what songs my country and other countries are tagging
Do it before Sony Ericsson does because they already have plans to implement everything I just said.

Update: A developer asked me if Shazam and TrackID poll the same database, they do, it is called Gracenote. I’ve also decided to throw in one more screenshot of some songs I had playing over my stereo:





http://www.shazam.com/music/portal/sp/s/media-type/html/user/anon/page/default/template/pages/p/shazam_id.html



The fully-featured, full-fat enhanced version of Shazam's world leading music recognition technology now available as a downloadable smart application for Symbian operating system handsets

(see list below for details of handsets Shazam iD will work on).

Full-resolution sensitivity - cuts through background noise to sample the tune.
Twice as fast - fingerprint is taken 'on device'.
Can be used even if there's no network connectivity - the sample is stored and can be sent later.
View cover art.
Check and manage your tag list direct from your handset.
Share your tags with friends.
See the latest weekly Tag Charts on your mobile.
Download it and try it for FREE today!
Text SMART to 80805
You get a text with a link to the download. Click on the link.
Shazam checks that your phone is compatible.
The application gets downloaded to the appropriate folder in your phone!
Open it and start experiencing the next level of music recognition.

(UK only service.)

Trial version is free to use for a limited term. Terms apply.
Tips for successful downloading.

Make sure your wap browser settings allow downloads.
Shazam iD works on the following handsets

(Symbian 3rd Edition Mobile Devices)

Nokia E50
Nokia E60
Nokia E61
Nokia E61i
Nokia E62
Nokia E65
Nokia E70
Nokia E90
Nokia N71
Nokia N73
Nokia N75
Nokia N76
Nokia N77
Nokia N80
Nokia N91
Nokia N92
Nokia N93
Nokia N93i
Nokia N95

Download link for Symbian;
http://www.shazam.com/shazamid




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InetTools- Free TrackID for Java J2ME Mobile Phones: Record Song using Mic to Identify/Recognise Track, Artist & Music Album
http://thinkabdul.com/2007/09/06/inettools-free-trackid-for-java-j2me-mobile-phones-record-song-using-mic-to-identifyrecognise-track-artist-music-album/

InetTools has released a free TrackID application for Java J2ME capable and MIDP 2.0 compatible mobile devices such as Nokia, Sony Ericsson, Motorola, Blackberry and Palm.

TrackID is a free service that allows you to capture and record any music, song or sound clip through the mobile phone’s microphone, compare it to online digital signatures on Gracenote, and recognise/identify the media’s track, artist, and album info. I have previously mentioned TrackID for Nokia S60 and TrackID for Windows Mobile devices. Now you can enjoy the same on any Java J2ME mobile device.



InetTools TrackID allows you to record a few seconds of a song using the mobile phone’s microphone and get the track, artist and album information within a few seconds.

Download TrackID for Java J2ME mobile phones here;
http://thinkabdul.com/2007/09/06/inettools-free-trackid-for-java-j2me-mobile-phones-record-song-using-mic-to-identifyrecognise-track-artist-music-album/
 

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« Reply #360 on: January 10, 2008, 08:40:20 PM »
the sound quality was complete bullshit so i decided to exchange for some skullcandy earphones



the sound is very good! bang for the buck for sure!!! crystal clear bass
 

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« Reply #361 on: January 11, 2008, 08:09:28 AM »
the sound quality was complete bullshit so i decided to exchange for some skullcandy earphones



the sound is very good! bang for the buck for sure!!! crystal clear bass

What´s was the damage?
Did you get to try the Track ID application?
 

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« Reply #362 on: January 11, 2008, 08:26:47 AM »
the bluetooth worked fine but the sound was crap and i hate crappy sound so i decided to change them
 

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« Reply #363 on: January 11, 2008, 09:04:57 AM »
the bluetooth worked fine but the sound was crap and i hate crappy sound so i decided to change them

Damage = how much did you pay for it.....
 

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« Reply #364 on: January 11, 2008, 09:41:37 AM »
55$ canadian
 

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« Reply #365 on: January 16, 2008, 10:12:22 PM »
News!

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Sony Ericsson superphone to be called "Xperia"?
http://www.engadgetmobile.com/2008/01/16/sony-ericsson-superphone-to-be-called-xperia/


Trademork has dug a juicy morsel out of the Trademark Office's filing cabinets today,
nothing that Sony Ericsson filed to get its paws on the term "Xperia" on January 10.
The filing reads like a what's-what of pretty much everything
a cellphone could possibly be expected to do --
perform satellite navigation, function as a remote control for computers and run "multimedia presentations,"
to name a few -- which leads to the conclusion that Xperia will likely be used as the model name for some future superphone
(the rumored P5i, perhaps?)
Sony Ericsson releasing P5i superphone mid-2008?
2.8 inch VGA display, integrated GPS, WiFi, 5 megapixel camera with autofocus, HSUPA (yes, UPA, not DPA), and 128MB of RAM on board
http://www.engadgetmobile.com/2007/11/14/sony-ericsson-releasing-p5i-superphone-mid-2008/


or as a new series of devices in the same vein as the Walkman and Cyber-shot lines. Personally,
we're hoping Xperia stands for "world-band 3G," and looking at the company's recent efforts,
we're thinking that's not too much to ask.


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Samsung to unveil i900 Windows Mobile touchscreen smartphone with 5 MP camera at Mobile World Congress?
http://www.intomobile.com/2008/01/16/samsung-to-unveil-i900-windows-mobile-touchscreen-smartphone-with-5-mp-camera-at-mobile-world-congress.html


The Italian mobile magazine Cellularmania is writing Samsung
will unveil the powerful and cool-lookin’ i900 smartphone at this year’s Mobile World Congress in Barcelona.
According to the Italian watermark freaks, the upcoming device will sport the huge 3.5″ 240×400 touchscreen,
GPS receiver and 5 MP camera, and will run the latest version of Microsoft’s mobile OS - Windows Mobile 6.1.
Other specs include HSDPA, WiFi, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR, FM radio, TV out, 1500 mAh Li-Ion battery, and of course the microSD card slot.

As for the pre-installed applications, the Korean giant will bundle such things as the
RSS reader, Opera 9.0, MSN Messenger and some software for streaming audio and video (Silverlight?).
The size of the device - 112×56×12.5 mm… Sounds promising.
Can’t wait for the February 11th.



^^^^^^^^
Both these two looks promising,what´s do you guys think?
 

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« Reply #366 on: January 17, 2008, 10:39:28 AM »
both looks nice but i rather have the sony erricson...128m of ram on a phone?!? fuck it's gonna be powerfull.We'ere gonna be able to do lots of shit with it! Imagine the quality of the games that we're gonna be able to play on it! 5mp camera,wifi...what more can you ask ? lol
 

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« Reply #367 on: January 22, 2008, 05:27:26 AM »
News;



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New 5 megapixel Sony Ericsson device leaked

http://www.intomobile.com/2008/01/21/new-5-megapixel-sony-ericsson-device-leaked.html



With Mobile World Congress coming up in exactly 3 weeks we’re going to see

more and more leaks coming out from people who have absolutely no restraint when it comes to keeping secrets.

This new 5 megapixel Sony Ericsson device is supposed to have a 16 million color QVGA (320×240) screen,

a first for Sony Ericsson.

While it will not have a Xenon flash like it’s older brother the K850i,

at least we get a regular looking dpad and T9 keyboard.

(remember the dreadful dpad on SE K850;?)

SE K850´s D-pad;  :P :-\ >:(



Not digging the color scheme, :-[ but knowing SE there will be other variants.

No word as to which bands this device supports.



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^^^^^^^

Finally a 5MP model from SE with normal keys and D-Pa.  ;) :laugh:

But what´s up with the cyan color?

Someone fire whoever in charge of the
color designs over at SE at the moment.  :-X :-\ :P......

http://www.gsmarena.com/sony_ericsson_kxxx_with_gps_in_the_wild-news-412.php
claims that it also packs GPS!;

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Sony Ericsson Kxxx with GPS in the wild
http://www.gsmarena.com/sony_ericsson_kxxx_with_gps_in_the_wild-news-412.php

Obviously Sony Ericsson are in for a major announcement with a spanking new K-series Cyber-shot handset that is obviously loaded with goodies. The Chinese-based website pconline.com.cn has revealed details and live photos of the device.

Since there are a lot of comments going around if this phone is a Chinese fake, we can assure you that it's the real deal, as we've seen an actual working prototype of the device - and it even had that same gross color on.

Styled in a conservative form factor and a rather controversial color combo (read: we are not buying it), the new K-series handset sports a 3 megapixel auto focus camera (it's not a 5 megapixel one, trust us) and a dual-LED flash. But that's not all that this handset is about.

This new puppy will be among the first Sony Ericsson handsets to feature a built-in GPS receiver (remember Sony Ericsson W760, right?). The software part of the GPS navigation is ensured by the Location Services menu we also saw in the Sony Ericsson W890, which includes applications such as Google Maps, Favorite places, etc. This time however the menu has an even expanded functionality in order to make the most out of the integrated GPS receiver.

 The new Sony Ericsson handset will be positioned somewhere above Sony Ericsson K770 and Sony Ericsson K850. If you ask us though it looks rather reminescent of some older Sony Ericsson T-series handsets, so maybe a T-series designation will be more like it.

We are yet to see the real announcement of the device somewhere in the near future - perhaps in the beginning of February just as last year.

And since it's obviously SE leaks time, here's a video ad that shows another unannounced Sony Ericsson phone - the Sony Ericsson Z660, thanks to justamp.blogspot.com




 

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Re: My phone > iPhone
« Reply #368 on: January 22, 2008, 05:33:00 AM »
ayo tusken i just got my new samsung blackjack ii. hook it up with some programs!
<a href="https://www.youtube.com/v/tgcK_ctvaZI" target="_blank" class="new_win">https://www.youtube.com/v/tgcK_ctvaZI</a><a href="https://www.youtube.com/v/-CZe5SrVHaA" target="_blank" class="new_win">https://www.youtube.com/v/-CZe5SrVHaA</a>
 

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« Reply #369 on: January 22, 2008, 06:07:26 AM »

ayo tusken i just got my new samsung blackjack ii. hook it up with some programs!



NEW, IMPROVED BLACKJACK™ II EXCLUSIVELY FROM AT&T!

http://www.wireless.att.com/businesscenter/blackjack2/










www.getjar.com the ultimate site for applications.

Another application that comes handy is

www.nav4all.com for your build in GPS. FREE! it works just fine  ;)

www.mig33.com got a good IM client. FREE! for your AIM



Phone looks good;

when you have installed and tried on some applications.

Review them and post links to the ones you recomend,there´s a couple of Windows Mobile users in here.

You should cope a 8GB memory card,I know I will... got 6GB now  :P,never enough memory.  :laugh:

It´s rumored that we will see 32GB  :o cards coming around summer time.  ;D


 

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Re: My phone > iPhone
« Reply #370 on: January 22, 2008, 06:24:37 AM »
32 gig JESUS haha i only got a 512 in this one for the moment planning on at least grabbing a gig stick for the low but i got some other purchases to make before a 6 gig stick (dreamcast vga cord + xbox 360 dvd drive are gunna eat up my wallet this month haha)

oh yeah i also found a way to watch any youtube video on my cell phone. so dope with 3G shit loads so fast. fuck the iphone.
<a href="https://www.youtube.com/v/tgcK_ctvaZI" target="_blank" class="new_win">https://www.youtube.com/v/tgcK_ctvaZI</a><a href="https://www.youtube.com/v/-CZe5SrVHaA" target="_blank" class="new_win">https://www.youtube.com/v/-CZe5SrVHaA</a>
 

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« Reply #371 on: January 22, 2008, 07:07:55 AM »
32 gig JESUS haha i only got a 512 in this one for the moment planning
on at least grabbing a gig stick for the low but i got some other purchases to make before a 6 gig stick
(dreamcast vga cord + xbox 360 dvd drive are gunna eat up my wallet this month haha)


Ohhh well,as soon as you start filling it up with apps and music I´m sure you want more memory.
If there´s a OS that have 3rd party applications,it´s Windows Mobile  ;) ;) :laugh: :laugh:

oh yeah i also found a way to watch any youtube video on my cell phone.

 8) 8) 8)
this site will save you some $;
http://tinytube.net/
so next time you want to check out a video or two... try this one first;

so dope with 3G shit loads so fast.
fuck the iphone.

Don´t get those Apple "fans" crazy again  :laugh: :laugh: :laugh:

But it´s the iphone´s UI that makes it a winner,not the features.
Anyway,you can install iphone´s UI on your phone,of course it´s a "fan" made one...  :laugh: :laugh:
 

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Re: My phone > iPhone
« Reply #372 on: January 22, 2008, 01:48:11 PM »
the desing of the 5mp sony ericsson phone is ugly,i dont like it a bit lol  ::)
 

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« Reply #373 on: January 23, 2008, 03:51:11 AM »
my m700 just arrived. size isn't as bad as i feared. same with the weight.

will give more thoughts later, waiting for it to fully charge so i can play around with it
 

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« Reply #374 on: January 23, 2008, 05:32:07 AM »
The design of the 5mp Sony Ericsson phone is ugly,
I dont like it a bit lol  ::)

The design on the front ain´t that bad;


but the cyan color (even on the keys  >:() :puke: and saphire blue d-pad  :puke: WTF is going on?


The back looks like shit....  :puke:


But I don´t think the design is aimed at us  :laugh: :laugh:...
It looks like a budget 5MP for kids.




My m700 just arrived.
Size isn't as bad as i feared.
Same with the weight.
will give more thoughts later,waiting for it to fully charge so i can play around with it.


Nice  ;)
Bundy just got himself a WM phone too,he´s a little applications freak.  ;)
So he will probably come with tons of apps hook ups.  ;D
Notice that he got WM6 standard and you got WM5 pro/pocket PC. (or was they nice and gave you WM6?)
WM7 is not coming before 2009,you can see screen shots of it on the previous page,looks nice.