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  1. #1
    RRT
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    i have a few questions...

    1) Is there a better movie player that plays more than just mp4?

    2) In the documentation with mu p900 it say it's compatable with UPTO 128mb
    mermory stick duo, does this mean you cant use a higher capacity memory
    stick?

    3) Yes remote P900 is a handy app... but has anyone come accross an
    application to let you control your PC media collection, from your P900 via
    bluetooth.... better still complete control of the PC.

    appart from this, it's a very nice phone... i would have pref'd a metal
    stylus, normal headphone jack, and maybe some better preloaded screen savers
    etc, but all in all very nice





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  2. #2
    Fry
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    Re: new P900 user

    > 1) Is there a better movie player that plays more than just mp4?

    Well, RealPlayer (yuk) is on the way... I assume there's an MPEG player, no
    DivX or XviD that I know of (though maybe one in development...)
    www.my-symbian.com 's UIQ section is a good place to start looking... Oh,
    and www.esato.com and www.howardforums.com have superb P900 forums.

    > 2) In the documentation with mu p900 it say it's compatable with UPTO
    > 128mb mermory stick duo, does this mean you cant use a higher
    > capacity memory stick?


    Yes, Memory Stick Duos above 128MB are in fact "Memory Stick Duo Pro", which
    are sadly not supported I believe there's a 256MB MS Duo that is two
    128MB banks with a small switch to choose between them though... If we're
    talking about getting lots of music onto the phone, I suggest using a 128MB
    Duo and Symbian OggPlay! www.geocities.com/p800_tools the OGG file format
    lets you get an average song down to under 1.5MB at reasonable quality!

    > 3) Yes remote P900 is a handy app... but has anyone come accross an
    > application to let you control your PC media collection, from your
    > P900 via bluetooth.... better still complete control of the PC.


    Don't know...

    > appart from this, it's a very nice phone... i would have pref'd a
    > metal stylus, normal headphone jack, and maybe some better preloaded
    > screen savers etc, but all in all very nice


    Yes, 3.5MM Headphone socket would have been nice, the supplied headphones
    are shocking... Still, just get a good pair for headphones, lop off the
    3.5MM jack and solder on a 2.5MM one

    My P900 included some animated gifs that can be used as screen savers...
    Though AFAIK TFT or LCD screens don't suffer from screen burn problems, so a
    screen save is unnececary, the clock power save mode is far more useful...





  3. #3
    Fry
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    Re: new P900 user

    > If we're talking about getting lots of music onto the
    > phone, I suggest using a 128MB Duo and Symbian OggPlay!
    > www.geocities.com/p800_tools the OGG file format lets you get an
    > average song down to under 1.5MB at reasonable quality!


    Sorry, should be www.geocities.com/p800tools
    oh, and there are some really nice skins available for it if you look around
    a bit...





  4. #4
    RRT
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    Re: new P900 user

    "Fry" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Sorry, should be www.geocities.com/p800tools
    > oh, and there are some really nice skins available for it if you look

    around
    > a bit...



    cheers!

    ....And I thought of another... is there a way to "bluetooth" files to the
    memory stick? whenever i try it always drops it in my phone memory, ....
    obviously this limits the number of files you can send at once.





  5. #5
    Fry
    Guest

    Re: new P900 user

    >> Sorry, should be www.geocities.com/p800tools
    >> oh, and there are some really nice skins available for it if you
    >> look around a bit...

    >
    >
    > cheers!
    >
    > ...And I thought of another... is there a way to "bluetooth" files to
    > the memory stick? whenever i try it always drops it in my phone
    > memory, .... obviously this limits the number of files you can send
    > at once.


    I don't know, never really experimented with it, it's too damn slow! I
    strongly suggest you invest in a USB Memory Stick reader/writer, it's about
    a million times faster!





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