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Thread: Your ic902 reviews and general questions for its owners

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    you're right, it is there... now i gotta call and be on hold for 30 minutes again

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    any pics of the phone or the interface?

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    These people are retards. Finally the Sprint people sent me to the Hybrid people and i'm on hold again another 5-10 minutes... stay tuned.

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    guys any of you are having problems with the walkie talkie button light, mine wont turn on

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    Yes mine only turns on when its charging or when I get a message. It does not act like a status light like its suppose to. Is this a glitch with the phone??

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    I also notice that the walkie talkie reception is not that good on this phone the ic502 I had was much better. This one drops in and out all the time its really annoying. I will be switching to the M1 on the sprint side I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by GuyinLACA
    any pics of the phone or the interface?
    Props to Peruano_Loco for the pics..

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    Ok i got my powersource data plan, yay!

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    i thought i saw this somewhere but i cant remember but sorry if this is a repost. i dont see it in this topic though so here goes. Please tell me that the damn recent calls button on top of the phone works on the ic902 like it does on other nextel phones like the i870.

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    Quote Originally Posted by t-roy211
    i thought i saw this somewhere but i cant remember but sorry if this is a repost. i dont see it in this topic though so here goes. Please tell me that the damn recent calls button on top of the phone works on the ic902 like it does on other nextel phones like the i870.
    I don't have the phone..But yes it does work..
    Last edited by diplomat2387; 06-20-2007 at 01:51 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by diplomat2387
    I don't got the phone..But yes it does work..
    I don't got, u mean don't have lol, anyway i'm really upset if poor DC quality is true on the IC902 like the poster up above has stated, aw man how could that be

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    for me walkie talkie reception and voic quality is way better than my i930. The ic902 is the best nextel phone ever

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    Got mine activated the other day and I have to say it's a great phone. I read above that someone expected the PTT light to function like a status light? it does not do this... however the PTF button does. alternates from green to orange when you get text messages. solid green when charging... otherwise its pretty much off.

    Here are my questions for other owners:

    Has anyone figured out how to load MP3's as ring tones? Or any other audio file for that matter?
    I put my mp3's on the memory card and used the file manager to copy them to in phone but cannot get the phone to see them as possible ringers. Yet I can play them through media player.

    also,

    Has anyone tried loading video's onto the phone for playback? I tried with a WMV which didn't work. Anyone know what formats might?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Peruano_Loco
    for me walkie talkie reception and voic quality is way better than my i930. The ic902 is the best nextel phone ever



    With that statement maybe I just might pick up the ic902.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hekubis
    I read above that someone expected the PTT light to function like a status light? it does not do this... however the PTF button does. alternates from green to orange when you get text messages. solid green when charging... otherwise its pretty much off.
    So it does not light up like how the manual says its supposed to..It doesnt blink..I just read the manual and I guess its not supposed to blink like the i90 and i95 days.This is what it says..

    Flashes Green:Indicates charging of phone
    Flashes Red:Indicates battery is low
    Flashes Red and Green:Indicates you have an incoming call
    Flashes Orange and Green:Indicates you have a message,a call alert, or that an alarm has expired

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