I don't know if anyone can help me, but I'm having problems with my LG
Xenon. It's stuck in Emergency Mode only, yet it has full bars. And when
I try to set the network manually, all I get is 302880 (O). I've tried
battery pulls and factory resets to...
I was curious. The Nokia C6 is normally categorized as a smartphone, yet
Fido has put it in it's standard phone category. What I'm curious about
is wether the C6 will use the basic 10$ unlimited data option like with
any standard phone or if it will ...
I was wondering, normally the answer is simple. If you receive a picture
message and download the picture, you automatically get charged.
However, Blackberrys are different. If you receive a picture message,
it's automatically downloaded. Does this m...
I want to know, what makes people love the iPhone so much? Yes there are
the ridiculous ammount of apps, but other then that? What makes a person
want an iPhone more then a Blackberry or an Android? I personnally have
a Blackberry and am also a big f...
Just wondering what you guys think, should Fido warn clients when they
activate their phones about premium text messages and the fees that
could be associated, and even more important, how a person can stop them
from coming in? I think it would be a ...
- Enter wrong pattern 5 times and wait for 30 seconds.- Select “Forgot
pattern” and enter your gmail account username and password.- Make sure
you use the same account that was used to activate the phone and double
check the password by logging in to...
Actually, to get the rebate on the phone you must have the 35$ plan or
higher (which includes BBM). It's not offered on the 3 year plan with
10$ social/email or 25$ data plan anymore. However, for data plans
(including Blackberrys normally) you need ...
You do realise that that article is incredibly biast right? All the
information is coming from a company that makes anti-viruses. Of course
they're going to say that the threat is big. I don't deny that Android
is more at risk because it's opened sou...
It depends how you use your phone really that determines wether or not
you're at risk of getting viruses. You're about as likely (if not less)
to get a virus on your iPhone or Android device then a Mac computer. Yes
there are anti-viruses available. ...