Wirelessly posted (HP 211 and SE Z780: Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 6.0; Windows CE; IEMobile 7.7))
check your call log
I've been trying to figure out a symbol I can't find in the manual. In the main screen, it is a wide red "U" with the right side having an up arrow. It is shown on the front screen as well.
Is this something I accidentally turned on? My parents both opened a new account with a TM506. Only one phone has the symbol. Rebooting it did not turn it off.
how do you know if you're connected to a 3G network? i noticed my strength bars go from blue to orange sometimes. wish the manual had icon descriptions. come on SE...
except you hacked the phone, you can't see the icon
3G icons are 3G and H
Thanks, I'll check the call logs. If that's what the symbol means, I think it's a poor choice. The symbol has not relation to phone calls. I like the phone icon with an exclamation mark or something similar.
Thank you for the help.
I agree that the manual would be more helpful if it had instructions and descritions of the phone.
Well, it makes a little more sense in the context of Sony Ericsson symbols for other calls.Originally Posted by Rascal
Just press the green call button from the home screen and it brings up the call logs. The tabs at the top of that screen show:
An arrow coming to the phone which means Answered
An arrow away from the phone which means Dialed
And the "U turn arrow" which meant the call came in and didn't get answered.
I've had a Sony Ericsson phone for years, so the symbol makes sense to me....it may take a little getting used to if you've used other brands.
What?? I havent touched the FW since I got it. I dont see any icons indicating 3G network access.Originally Posted by Scottish Skyeandce
I have my TM506 (both of them) hacked to enable icons, as well as update service menu (but I'd recommend to leave it hidden as the update is OFF by default, that means you can keep R3CA version forever as long as you don't run SEUS with it)Originally Posted by teznic
Thank you jet. Your explanation makes a little more sense. It is a little frustrating using different brands. It's nice to to have choices, though.
I just wish the manual explained a little more so my parents wouldn't ask so many questions. I can't just say RTFM.