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HTC Apache (Sprint PPC 6700)
The Sprint PPC 6700With its large QWERTY keyboard for easy content entry, a big bright display and Windows Mobile 5.0 OS, the Sprint PPC 6700 combines design, functionality, and speed.
Do you have this phone? Use the links below to get the most out of your device, troubleshoot problems, and download applications that make the 6700 more fun and functional.
- PPC 6700 Tips & Tricks
- How To Watch YouTube Videos
- Customize My 6700
- Set Up Email on My 6700
- Synchronize My 6700
- ActiveSync Installation
- Creating an ActiveSync Partnership
Transfer files with ActiveSync
Features, Specs, and Functions of the PPC 6700
Operating System Microsoft Windows Mobile™ 5.0 software for Pocket PCs Keyboard Slide-out QWERTY keyboard Applications Microsoft® Office Outlook® Mobile, Office Word Mobile, Office Excel® Mobile, Office PowerPoint® Mobile, PDF viewer, Internet Explorer Mobile, MSN Messenger®, Windows Media® Player Mobile Processor Intel Bulverde PXA 270 416MHz Memory Built-in 128MB Flash ROM and 64 MB SDRAM Display 2.8" QVGA TFT LCD, 320x240 64K Technology CDMA 1X/EVDO with aGPS Frequency Digital Dual Mode, 800MHz and 1900MHz Wi-Fi Built-in Wi-Fi with compliant IEEE 802.11b, WPA authentication (WEP, PSK, EAP-TLS, PEAP) Bluetooth® V1.2 compliant Support for Microsoft® Office Outlook® access, POP3/IMAP4 e-mail client Battery 1350mAh Lition Ion Polymer, 1800mAh Extended, 2400mAh Extended Speakerphone Built-in speakerphone Internet Web browsing capable Built-in Camera 1.3 mega-pixel color camera with flash and zoon and camcorder Caller ID Customizable Photo Caller ID Audio MP3, WAV, WMA, MIDI, QCP 2.5mm stereo audio jack Video Formats supported: MPEG-4, H.263, WMV, ASF, Motion-JPEG AVI, 3GPP2 I/O Interface IrDA, standard 5-pin mini USB port Expansion Mini SD memory card slot TTY / TTD Capable Other Features Loaded with E911 to improve the ability of emergency response personnel to locate users who dial 911
- Digital dual band phone
- Communicate hands-free with Bluetooth® wireless technology and the built-in speakerphone
- Up to 3.5 hours continuous digital talktime
- Access your personal and corporate e-mail
- Send instant and text messages wherever you go
- Enjoy the ultimate in mobile connectivity with built-in Wi-Fi
- Experience broadband-like download speeds using EV-DO technology
- View and edit Microsoft® Office Word, Excel®, and PowerPoint® documents
- Surf the Internet from anywhere
- Take photos with built-in flash and digital zoom lens
- Use the built-in camcorder to record and play 30-second video clips
- Listen to your favorite music
- Download thousands of games and applications
- Easily transfer your digital multimedia from your Windows-based PC to your phone
- Use a mini SD memory card to store hundreds of songs or pictures
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|Anonymous||windows media encoder||3||Nov 24 2008, 3:31 PM EST by Nashev|
Thread started: Jul 28 2006, 11:32 PM EDT Watch
is a great free program that allows you to convert .mpg video's into .wmv's so you can watch recorded tv show's and movies on your phone. I WISH HTC would make a new phone that uses the OLD 3.5 inch screen with all the functionality of this phone, but it just doesn't seem like it will ever happen. They have done it before why won't they do it again. I know "The phone's too big" Waaaaaaaaa I don't like holding a big phone to my ear. That's what blue tooth ear buds are for.
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|mmassa||Dialing an Extension||4||Aug 11 2008, 11:14 AM EDT by Anonymous|
Thread started: Mar 27 2007, 6:12 AM EDT Watch
aving just converted from a Blackberry, I am having a problem with dialing phone extensions.
I sync my contact database from ACT to the Windows Mobile 5 phone. When I dial a phone # I can select a contact , it dials the primary # but does not leave me any way to select the extension.
the extension is listed next to the phone # i.e. (xxx)555-1212 x123, but when you dial it only dials the primary #.
the Blackberry would pop up a menu to either skip the extension or dial it.
Any help would be great, with over 12K contacts this one would really hurt.
|Anonymous||4 gb mini sd cards||5||Apr 28 2008, 4:43 AM EDT by Anonymous|
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