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Posted on Feb 12 2008 - 7:51pm by Flux
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This slim, light messaging smartphone sports Windows Mobile 5, a QWERTY keyboard, and HSDPA high-speed data. Other key features include a document viewer, music player, memory card slot, stereo Bluetooth, a megapixel camera, and speakerphone. ...

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Posted on Feb 12 2008 - 7:44pm by Flux
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As you probably know from this thread our very own ‘encece’ (Nick) has been out splashing his hard earned on a shiny new AT&T Blackjack II. It’s a great looking device with a few decent spec bumps over the original Blackjack, specifically the inclusion of a SiRF III GPS chip. Upon starting to use his device however, Nick came across the problem that every Blackjack II owner is facing… the GPS implementation on the device is, er, interesting. As some of you may know, when Microsoft designed the GPS Intermediary...

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Posted on Feb 12 2008 - 7:43pm by Hansoo
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If you want to improve the battery life on your Samsung Blackjack smartphone you can simply change your data connection to use GPRS instead of the default HSDPA. To make the change, do the following:Enter *#1546792*# Select option 3 “Network & Call Settings” Select option 5 “Network Mode” Select GSM                 ...

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Posted on Feb 12 2008 - 7:42pm by Flux
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Hard reset the phone by holding down UP and POWER to boot. It will ask to confirm. You can adjust the brightness of the screen in Settings under Power (scroll down) Pressing and holding the Home button brings up the task manager Pressing and holding the jog dial brings up a list of apps Pressing the power button brings up the quicklist Hold down message key to turn off backlight on screen. Fn + B = Toggle Bluetooth Press the V key for PAGE DOWN and the T key for PAGE UP. Hold down any key while typing to get its “alternate”...

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Posted on Feb 12 2008 - 7:42pm by Flux
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LetsTalk.com offers the Samsung BlackJack II for free after instant discounts with a new 2 year contract with AT&T.  Those who choose a wireless voice plan $39.99 and up in conjunction with the PDA Personal Plan or a $45 or higher PDA data plan or a $20 or higher messaging plan will receive a $50 AT&T Visa Reward Card.  That’s $50 you earn after signing up!  This is one of the hottest deals around. Main-in rebate offer expires May 11, 2008. For more details see: http://www.letstalk.com/product/product.htm?prId=33496   ...

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Posted on Feb 12 2008 - 7:41pm by Flux
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The Samsung BlackJack smartphone from Cingular (now AT&T) made a splash last year when it was released, but with all the new smartphones released since, it came time for a new improved BlackJack to show up.  Now we have the BlackJack 2 smartphone from AT&T which is described as a sleeker, smarter, simpler BlackJack with new features like built-in GPS, video share, and 3G HSDPA connectivity with AT&T’s BroadbandConnect network. BlackJack 2 runs Windows Mobile 6, so you can keep track of schedules and contacts through...

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Posted on Feb 12 2008 - 7:41pm by Flux
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Rogers, Canada’s largest wireless carrier, now includes the Samsung Jack in its offerings.  The Samsung Jack, exclusively from Rogers, has the same features as the Samsung BlackJack II.  Pricing starts at $199.99 with 3-year term after rebates on select Voice & E-mail packages, $374.99 with 2-year term & $399.99 with 1-year term.     ...

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Posted on Feb 12 2008 - 7:40pm by Flux
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Windows Mobile 6 upgrade for Samsung BlackJack is now available.  Some new features include: The latest addition of Office Mobile, allowing users to edit Word, Excel & PowerPoint files The ability to view HTML-formatted emails A Vista-inspired graphical overhaul For a complete comparison guide, see the following: http://blogs.msdn.com/jasonlan/attachment/1904298.ashx Carefully follow the directions on the following page to upgrade: www.samsung.com/us/i607/windowsupgrade ...

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Posted on Feb 12 2008 - 7:39pm by Flux
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The Samsung BlackJack II has similar form-factor to its predecessor, with 2.4″ landscape QVGA display and full QWERTY keyboard on the front side. It’s upgraded with Windows Mobile 6 Standard (instead of 5), built-in GPS, 2-megapixel camera (instead of 1.3) and tri-band UMTS/HSDPA which would allow for 3G global-roaming. Network Type GSM Quad-band phone capable of global roaming ( 850/900/1800/1900 MHz)UMTS tri-band 3G phone capable of global roaming ( 850/1900/2100 MHz)    Data GPRS/EDGE/UMTS/HSDPA 1.8 Mbit/s/HSDPA...

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Posted on Feb 12 2008 - 7:38pm by Hansoo
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Rating [ratings] Description Live Search for Windows Mobile enables you to make the most of your life when on the go by helping you find and discover places, decide where to go, and easily get to your destination, all from the convenience of your mobile phone. License Free Size 520KB (.cab) Category Miscellaneous Developer Microsoft Version   Screen shots   Key Features Find local businesses, restaurants, and shops in your neighborhood or travels. Get maps and detailed driving instructions, and track your real-time...