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    So i have to declare my love for my Pre and WebOS as it once again proved to be my livesaver. I went on a trip to Biloxi with my girlfriend this weekend, and the sprint gps did its job and helped us get to every casino, attraction, and bar that we wanted, with ease. It was nice being in the car, after politely asking if she could drive, and looking up restaurant directions, and using the open table app to make my reservation , and we got a wonderful meal and some points as well for eating there. I would have to say the highlight of my trip was the videos i took, and pictures, all coming out so clear and perfect. Lastly, I will remember having my girl drive us home, and while the gps was guiding us home, I was on speakerphone wirh a friend tellin him all about our trip, ( 2 cards open) as well as sending him an email of some videos and photos we took ( another card), while having my game of black jack on hold ( another card), and scrolling through pics to see which ones would be good to send ( another) 5 cards open and no problems. Can't wait for the next device!!! :-)
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    I now pronounce you man and device.

    I'm guessing you have GSM since you sent a email while on the phone?


    If I helped you or you have downloaded one of my files,
    then least you could do is click the "Thanks" button.
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    Sprint pre thats all
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    Quote Originally Posted by TigerNamedfTony07 View Post
    Sprint pre thats all
    Perplexes me how you sent the email though. You must've waited until you were off the call or the phone waited until it had a data connection again to send the email.


    If I helped you or you have downloaded one of my files,
    then least you could do is click the "Thanks" button.
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    I'll be very honest, it let me send the pics and all when i was on the phone
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    LOL... I was thinking the same thing. Composing the email while on the call, then sending once the data connection was available.

    OP - great post... It is pretty cool all the stuff this little device lets you do with ease. Once people use and understand the 'card' system, they realize what a fantastic design it is.
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    Quote Originally Posted by TigerNamedfTony07 View Post
    I'll be very honest, it let me send the pics and all when i was on the phone
    You may have hit the 'send' button, but the limitations of CDMA cuts off data usage while the phone is active. The other possibility was that you had wifi on and were logged into a local network - which would allow you to send email while on the phone.
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    Quote Originally Posted by HelloNNNewman View Post
    LOL... I was thinking the same thing. Composing the email while on the call, then sending once the data connection was available.
    You an compose an email and press send while on a phone call. The mail app will put the email into the Outgoing mailbox (on device) and wait until the data connection is back to try and send it.
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    Quote Originally Posted by mu7efcer View Post
    You an compose an email and press send while on a phone call. The mail app will put the email into the Outgoing mailbox (on device) and wait until the data connection is back to try and send it.
    Isn't that exactly what I just said?
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    Quote Originally Posted by mu7efcer View Post
    You an compose an email and press send while on a phone call. The mail app will put the email into the Outgoing mailbox (on device) and wait until the data connection is back to try and send it.
    Isn't that exactly what I just said? Oh... you thought I meant manually sending... I was inferring the device sending automatically.
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    lol wow...asides from everybody trying to figure out how you sent an email, just wanted to say I feel you 100% . I love my Pre just as much, this lil thing handles anything you throw at it
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    An amazing device? Yes it is!!!
    "Patience, use the force, think." Obi-Wan


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    it really does just make life easier in a lot of ways. i like stories like this because it shows how you can use it day to day. for people who may be on here trying to learn more and guide them in a purchase decision, this can be very beneficial. unfortunately though, you really do still have to own one before you "get it."
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    I use the Sprint Nav all of the time, never fails me, I love the voice turn by turn directions and the icing on the cake is that it is included in the 69.99 price.
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    Quote Originally Posted by netwrkr9 View Post
    I use the Sprint Nav all of the time, never fails me, I love the voice turn by turn directions and the icing on the cake is that it is included in the 69.99 price.
    +1 i use sprint nav exclusively, i never use google maps or anything else

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