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WTD: mobile phone running windows mobile 6

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8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months agoFeedback:2 Positive/0 Neutral/1 Negative
ok, dont really care about make etc i would like a mobile phone (with wifi on g network standerd) running windows mobile 6... i dont care if it is locked or unlocked etc just need one for work etc.... please post up your possblities with price etc (not looking to spend over 200 would prefer cheaper). and cant be broke! i dont mind about some day to day marks etc as this cant really be avioded. thanks in advance. payment will be via paypal
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8y, 8m agoPosted 8 years, 8 months agoFeedback:2 Positive/0 Neutral/1 Negative
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#1
Get a Wizard, (xda mini s)

They are cheap and by far the best for your money. (bout £95) should get you one with tomtom, upgraded to mobile 6 with a modified (fixed rom) as all operator versions of windows have so many bugs, regardless of device age or version.

Any bluetooth GPS device is better than all the built in ones on the newer models. though if you really have to have it built in dont go for anything better than an xda orbit. They have the same processor and ram in as the mini s but has inbuilt gps instead of a slide out keyboard.

again, support for modified windows versions is better than with the newer models. (and an orbit should only set you back about £130 ish)
#2
how would i update it to windows 6??? i can get the xda no probs for £80 but have no idea what so ever how to update it etc??? have you got one... how easy was it and does it still work A-OK??? (needs wifi to work)
#3
Hi

I have an XDA orbit for sale, comes with windows mobile 6 and tom tom installed (built in GPS).

The device is a year old and in excellent working order, there are afew marks on the back of the device (nothing major)

£130
#4
wifi on g band? if so might be intrested
#5
jackt010
wifi on g band? if so might be intrested


All support he G band.

:D
#6
yes supports gband

im using 802.11g and all is fine
#7
got any pics??
#8
not at the moment.

will be able to get some on wednesday if you can wait that long
#9
yeah i can
#10
I have a HTC S620 with Windows Mobile 6 on. Compatible with G wifi.

In good condition, has a slight scratch on screen (only a little noticble in direct sunlight), and also has a slight knock to case.

Looking just to get rid as it's sittingin my draw doing nothing.

It's unlocked, and comes with all accessories and is boxed. Will also throw in a 1GB Micro SD Card.

Will offer it for £75 if paying via paypal, which includes special delivery.

Let me know if you interested. I can provide pictures later tonight too.
#11
yeah V intrested... can i see some pics please of all the damages/knocks etc... cant pay tonight but would be tomo
#12
yeh sure, i won't be home till later on however as soon as i can i will post some links to some pics.
#13
i am also intrested in i phones in the region of 220/230 (dont mind if got some damage
#14
Would you be interested in an XDA exec ? otherwise known as SPV M5000.

It currently has windows 5.0 on it but I may be able to upgrade.

Also comes with Tomtom software with lots of Maps and a GPS device.

Would be looking for around the £140 mark as it is in great condition and hardly been used. I use it as an occasional Sat Nav unit.
#15
hmm depends can u get any details/pics for it i cant find anything???
#16
ok, no i wont its on the b network sorry it HAS TO BE G network wifi
#17
Right, got some full res images here:

www.adamgatenby.co.uk/s620_1.JPG
www.adamgatenby.co.uk/s620_2.JPG
www.adamgatenby.co.uk/s620_3.JPG

The phone itself is in pretty good condition, and like i said has one scratch on screen, which is only really visible in sunlight on screen. ( i have took one of the phone with the flash on so you can see this, otherwise its quite hard to see). There is also a small dent under the screen on the right hand side of the case.

A little more minor detail; there is a rubber cover missing on a screw on the underside, and the battery casing is vulnerable to slide off (however a small blob of blue tack solved the problem for me the 6 months i used it!!). Another small thing, the cover for the USB slot at the bottom has broke off (very easily breaks) but if you ask me thats a good thing! Was a right mess on.

Battery is still great, lasts 2-3 days with light use. Having the Wifi on does tend to kill the battery quickly though. Saying that you will easily get a day out of the phone with heavy useage.

Selling due to a recent upgrade, was going to keep the phone as a back up. I do actually love the phone, its so easy to use and the QWERTY keyboard is a joy to use. (even with big fingers like mine!)

All features of the phone are fully working. Was updated to WM6 in November. It is unlocked AFAIK, i have had a o2, and virgin sims in it and they have both worked fine. Was bought sim free so should be unlocked.

Included are the wall charger, a usb cable, the headphones / handsfree kit (still sealed), all documentation and CD's manual etc, and a 1GB micro SD card.

All Boxed too.

Will be sent special delivery once payment clears.

Let me know if your interested. :)
#18
hmm i am pic one doesnt seem to work??? + any pics of it actually on?
#19
should be working now, and yes, the pic that wasn't working :-)
#20
kk thanks it is.... so whats your lowest price???
#21
ohhh nope sorry it not fold up jeyboard :( you have to have it that size all the time right???
#22
Yes, the keyboard is always there. I'm taking it you want one that folds up or something??
#23
yeah would need to be fold away with that one... sorry to waste time but looked like it did! :oops:

personally it looks a little silly with a keypad stuck out there but thats my opinion. sorry once again
#24
No problem.

Each to their own, i prefer the stationary keyboard much more. A lot easier to use than a flimsy folding keyboard.
#25
How about a one of these ? I own the now discontinued Ubiquio 401 , great little [or big] phone and wanted another newer model . I just picked up a brand new 501 [in the picture ] from ebay for £77 last week . It came with Windows Mobile 6 . I'm running the same programs on both including TomTom6 . My 401 came from Expansys [w*w.expansys.com].They stock this model for £149.99 and the newer 503. All the 501's can now be upgraded to WM6 . They have just issued the file for free ,I downloaded it the other day.........................501_wm6_upgrade_final.rar [36.991kb] .Check out the site for more details.

http://i163.photobucket.com/albums/t295/Rickardo_21/ubiq501.jpg
#26
nah didnt really want one with a huge keyboard (see above) but thanks for the offer
#27
alictait
Would you be interested in an XDA exec ? otherwise known as SPV M5000.

It currently has windows 5.0 on it but I may be able to upgrade.

Also comes with Tomtom software with lots of Maps and a GPS device.

Would be looking for around the £140 mark as it is in great condition and hardly been used. I use it as an occasional Sat Nav unit.


Hi there,

This works absolutely fine on every wireless network that I have tried it on.

£140 may be a bit cheap as it has the functionality of a very good sat nav device. If you want more details then I can provide such.

here is a link to the full specs - cracking phone, I just have no need for it.

Incidentally, mine is actually badged orange as the spv m5000, and in excellent condition. This phone has many many guises.

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