By Christopher Price on May 12, 2004
By Christopher Price on April 26, 2004
The Deal Tracker has gotten some broken links fixed, as well as new low prices for the Toshiba VM4050 and Samsung A660/VI660.
By Christopher Price on March 25, 2004
As we reported previously, Sprint screwed up on the Vision setting in the ESN block of another Costco-released phone, this time the VM4050. We’re going to give you specific instructions on what to do if you can’t provision a Costco VM4050… 1) Call 3G/Wireless Web Support 2) Tell them you have a Toshiba VM4050 that […]
By Christopher Price on March 23, 2004
Costco stores have started taking stock of the VM4050, according to readers. Price is $249.99 before any rebates. The phone also includes an additional accessory pack. It appears that they have screwed up again though, initial reports also indicate the Costco’s VM4050 does not show up as a Vision device on Sprint’s end, and users […]
By Christopher Price on March 19, 2004
If you’re a Toshiba VM4050 owner, you’ve probably noticed the lack of downloads that many SonyEricsson T608 owners have been feeling for awhile. No MobiTV, no 1KTV, no RealOne, and the lack of games have you putting that high-resolution screen down more than you’d like. And while a bad Java implementation can be blamed for […]
By Christopher Price on March 2, 2004
Buy.com has the Socket SDIO WiFi Card for $68 after a $20 Rebate. The product page incorrectly states that the card requires Pocket PC 2003, it will work on 2002 with updated drivers. It should have no problems working with the Toshiba 2032SP or Hitachi G1000.
By Christopher Price on February 7, 2004
Update 2: *Developing* 1.035SP (Sanyo 5400) may add MO-SMS… Update: Contrary to some speculation, 1.117SP (Sanyo 8100) does not add SMS, nor RL. Sprint is testing an update for the Sanyo 8100 (which, by the way, is about to be discontinued), version 1.117SP Firmware update 1.034SP for the Sanyo 5400/RL2500 was rejected, Sprint is currently […]