Part number KY3601. This case is not on the website. You have to call or email them.
There have been no reported issues with DuraXT's.
That's encouraging to read!
SDC has come a long way. There are still base station software issues which caused a nationwide outage on 9/18 and 9/19. Kyocera equipment failures are rare. DuraXT units have better transmit and receive audio than DuraMax units even with firmware 12.02sp upgrade according to my users. 1XRTT and EVDO roaming capabilities are still being tested.
After testing 25 Kyocera DuraXT's for a month, Sprint has agreed to buy back our remaing 89 Kyocera DuraMax's and replace them with DuraXT's at no charge (except for sales tax). In addition, Sprint issued a one time service credit of 5K. Even with latest firmware upgarades, DuraMax's were outperformed by DuraXT's according to my users.
For all you with DuraXTs-
I've noticed a problem with my XTs.
When listening to a DC call there is a very loud chirp that sounds at the end of the transmission. If you have the speaker next to your ear with the cover closed it is ear piercing.
Is there any way to disable or lower the volume?
Sorry to be off-topic.I have a Sanyo/Kyocera Taho rugged flip(predecessor to Dura*).I have a problem that hasn't been resolved.When in an app like Opera Mini,my text window does not offer predictive text as an option,and fonts are real small.This isn't a problem with messaging or using native browser.
Seeing as Dura phones are related to mine,can one of you check to see if this is a problem on your phone(not many Taho's were sold from 2010-11 and no Taho owners answered my posts on this issue).
Sorry my Dura phones do not have data.
Sprint has released a firmware upgrade for these phones:
Also-Does anyone have a solution for the ear piercing chirp that comes from the external speaker at the end of receiving a DC call with the cover closed?