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  1. #1
    Steve Hodsdon
    Guest
    Hi,
    I went to my VZW tech desk the other day, told them all about what I've
    been reading in here. My T-720 had the first ever version! They
    flashed it to the latest 720 ware, and I convinced them to load the 730
    version. Guess what? WORKS GREAT!!! First test with the 1100MAH
    extended battery yielded 40 continuous hours of stand by, PLUS one hour
    5 mins of talk, PLUS 6.58 mins of data. How does this compare to your
    experience with Verizon T-720/730 phones?

    Regards,
    Steve H.

    [posted via phonescoop.com]



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  2. #2
    Geoff Brozny
    Guest

    Re: 720 firmware flashed upgraded to 730


    "Steve Hodsdon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > First test with the 1100MAH
    > extended battery yielded 40 continuous hours of stand by, PLUS one hour
    > 5 mins of talk, PLUS 6.58 mins of data. How does this compare to your
    > experience with Verizon T-720/730 phones?
    >


    hmm.. mine has the 1100mA battery and the 5P software, and I get well over 2
    hrs talk and used it for almost 2 hrs strait on 1x data. I do not know
    about the stand by time though, but on days I do not use the phone too much
    I charge it about every 2 days.

    geoff





  3. #3
    Geoff Brozny
    Guest

    Re: 720 firmware flashed upgraded to 730


    "Steve Hodsdon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > First test with the 1100MAH
    > extended battery yielded 40 continuous hours of stand by, PLUS one hour
    > 5 mins of talk, PLUS 6.58 mins of data. How does this compare to your
    > experience with Verizon T-720/730 phones?
    >


    hmm.. mine has the 1100mA battery and the 5P software, and I get well over 2
    hrs talk and used it for almost 2 hrs strait on 1x data. I do not know
    about the stand by time though, but on days I do not use the phone too much
    I charge it about every 2 days.

    geoff





  4. #4
    Striker
    Guest

    Re: 720 firmware flashed upgraded to 730

    Mine seems to work ok,too. One thing I have noticed is that it takes a
    longer time to connect to the net or connect to Get It Now. Most of the time
    I have to press "Retry" two or three time to connect. Anyone else having
    this problem?

    "Steve Hodsdon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hi,
    > I went to my VZW tech desk the other day, told them all about what I've
    > been reading in here. My T-720 had the first ever version! They
    > flashed it to the latest 720 ware, and I convinced them to load the 730
    > version. Guess what? WORKS GREAT!!! First test with the 1100MAH
    > extended battery yielded 40 continuous hours of stand by, PLUS one hour
    > 5 mins of talk, PLUS 6.58 mins of data. How does this compare to your
    > experience with Verizon T-720/730 phones?
    >
    > Regards,
    > Steve H.
    >
    > [posted via phonescoop.com]






  5. #5
    Striker
    Guest

    Re: 720 firmware flashed upgraded to 730

    Mine seems to work ok,too. One thing I have noticed is that it takes a
    longer time to connect to the net or connect to Get It Now. Most of the time
    I have to press "Retry" two or three time to connect. Anyone else having
    this problem?

    "Steve Hodsdon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hi,
    > I went to my VZW tech desk the other day, told them all about what I've
    > been reading in here. My T-720 had the first ever version! They
    > flashed it to the latest 720 ware, and I convinced them to load the 730
    > version. Guess what? WORKS GREAT!!! First test with the 1100MAH
    > extended battery yielded 40 continuous hours of stand by, PLUS one hour
    > 5 mins of talk, PLUS 6.58 mins of data. How does this compare to your
    > experience with Verizon T-720/730 phones?
    >
    > Regards,
    > Steve H.
    >
    > [posted via phonescoop.com]






  6. #6
    Thomas M. Goethe
    Guest

    Re: 720 firmware flashed upgraded to 730

    Geoff,

    I have been meaning to ask if the changes in the call timer has made any
    difference in how you are billed for data calls. With some of the concerns
    expressed over VZW being unhappy with those of us using EN on an AC plan, I
    have been a bit nervous about getting the update. Thanks!


    --
    Thomas M. Goethe



    "Geoff Brozny" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > "Steve Hodsdon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > First test with the 1100MAH
    > > extended battery yielded 40 continuous hours of stand by, PLUS one hour
    > > 5 mins of talk, PLUS 6.58 mins of data. How does this compare to your
    > > experience with Verizon T-720/730 phones?
    > >

    >
    > hmm.. mine has the 1100mA battery and the 5P software, and I get well over

    2
    > hrs talk and used it for almost 2 hrs strait on 1x data. I do not know
    > about the stand by time though, but on days I do not use the phone too

    much
    > I charge it about every 2 days.
    >
    > geoff
    >
    >






  7. #7
    Thomas M. Goethe
    Guest

    Re: 720 firmware flashed upgraded to 730

    Geoff,

    I have been meaning to ask if the changes in the call timer has made any
    difference in how you are billed for data calls. With some of the concerns
    expressed over VZW being unhappy with those of us using EN on an AC plan, I
    have been a bit nervous about getting the update. Thanks!


    --
    Thomas M. Goethe



    "Geoff Brozny" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    >
    > "Steve Hodsdon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > First test with the 1100MAH
    > > extended battery yielded 40 continuous hours of stand by, PLUS one hour
    > > 5 mins of talk, PLUS 6.58 mins of data. How does this compare to your
    > > experience with Verizon T-720/730 phones?
    > >

    >
    > hmm.. mine has the 1100mA battery and the 5P software, and I get well over

    2
    > hrs talk and used it for almost 2 hrs strait on 1x data. I do not know
    > about the stand by time though, but on days I do not use the phone too

    much
    > I charge it about every 2 days.
    >
    > geoff
    >
    >






  8. #8
    Geoff Brozny
    Guest

    Re: 720 firmware flashed upgraded to 730


    "Thomas M. Goethe" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Geoff,
    >
    > I have been meaning to ask if the changes in the call timer has made

    any
    > difference in how you are billed for data calls.


    how I'm billed no, how I can account for them yes, now if I can actualy keep
    track of my use a little bit better, and that is about it..

    > With some of the concerns
    > expressed over VZW being unhappy with those of us using EN on an AC plan,

    I
    > have been a bit nervous about getting the update. Thanks!


    well, when I had the EN MOU stuff added to my phone I called my friend that
    works in the Dublin, OH facility, and asked him exactly what the 1xpp1
    feature code did, and made sure there would not be any issues before I
    started using the EN service. Sometimes I use the EN kind of heavy on my
    night and weekend minutes, and other months I have not used it too much at
    all. Personally, I do not see how them letting us use EN instead of QNC
    really costs them anything extra, sure it uses more spectrum when it is
    available, but in more congested area they can pretty much force you down to
    the ammout of channels that QNC takes..


    geoff








  9. #9
    dfasd
    Guest

    Re: 720 firmware flashed upgraded to 730

    Hey Steve! I got my Motorola V120c about a week ago, It can go, about 3 days
    in stand by and I think about 6 hours talk time. No games tho

    Have a good one!

    --

    "Steve Hodsdon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hi,
    > I went to my VZW tech desk the other day, told them all about what I've
    > been reading in here. My T-720 had the first ever version! They
    > flashed it to the latest 720 ware, and I convinced them to load the 730
    > version. Guess what? WORKS GREAT!!! First test with the 1100MAH
    > extended battery yielded 40 continuous hours of stand by, PLUS one hour
    > 5 mins of talk, PLUS 6.58 mins of data. How does this compare to your
    > experience with Verizon T-720/730 phones?
    >
    > Regards,
    > Steve H.
    >
    > [posted via phonescoop.com]






  10. #10
    dfasd
    Guest

    Re: 720 firmware flashed upgraded to 730

    Hey Steve! I got my Motorola V120c about a week ago, It can go, about 3 days
    in stand by and I think about 6 hours talk time. No games tho

    Have a good one!

    --

    "Steve Hodsdon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hi,
    > I went to my VZW tech desk the other day, told them all about what I've
    > been reading in here. My T-720 had the first ever version! They
    > flashed it to the latest 720 ware, and I convinced them to load the 730
    > version. Guess what? WORKS GREAT!!! First test with the 1100MAH
    > extended battery yielded 40 continuous hours of stand by, PLUS one hour
    > 5 mins of talk, PLUS 6.58 mins of data. How does this compare to your
    > experience with Verizon T-720/730 phones?
    >
    > Regards,
    > Steve H.
    >
    > [posted via phonescoop.com]






  11. #11
    dfasd
    Guest

    Re: 720 firmware flashed upgraded to 730

    Oh ya lol Its Evan ;o)

    --

    "dfasd" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hey Steve! I got my Motorola V120c about a week ago, It can go, about 3

    days
    > in stand by and I think about 6 hours talk time. No games tho
    >
    > Have a good one!
    >
    > --
    >
    > "Steve Hodsdon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > Hi,
    > > I went to my VZW tech desk the other day, told them all about what I've
    > > been reading in here. My T-720 had the first ever version! They
    > > flashed it to the latest 720 ware, and I convinced them to load the 730
    > > version. Guess what? WORKS GREAT!!! First test with the 1100MAH
    > > extended battery yielded 40 continuous hours of stand by, PLUS one hour
    > > 5 mins of talk, PLUS 6.58 mins of data. How does this compare to your
    > > experience with Verizon T-720/730 phones?
    > >
    > > Regards,
    > > Steve H.
    > >
    > > [posted via phonescoop.com]

    >
    >






  12. #12
    dfasd
    Guest

    Re: 720 firmware flashed upgraded to 730

    Oh ya lol Its Evan ;o)

    --

    "dfasd" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    news:[email protected]
    > Hey Steve! I got my Motorola V120c about a week ago, It can go, about 3

    days
    > in stand by and I think about 6 hours talk time. No games tho
    >
    > Have a good one!
    >
    > --
    >
    > "Steve Hodsdon" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > Hi,
    > > I went to my VZW tech desk the other day, told them all about what I've
    > > been reading in here. My T-720 had the first ever version! They
    > > flashed it to the latest 720 ware, and I convinced them to load the 730
    > > version. Guess what? WORKS GREAT!!! First test with the 1100MAH
    > > extended battery yielded 40 continuous hours of stand by, PLUS one hour
    > > 5 mins of talk, PLUS 6.58 mins of data. How does this compare to your
    > > experience with Verizon T-720/730 phones?
    > >
    > > Regards,
    > > Steve H.
    > >
    > > [posted via phonescoop.com]

    >
    >






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