1. David522's Avatar
    Ive seen in a few posts the term "radio"
    Can someone describe to me what you guys are referring to

    Thankss
    12-11-08 07:27 PM
  2. SaMaster14's Avatar
    I think this this ORB app or something, not sure though.
    12-11-08 07:28 PM
  3. mythicninja's Avatar
    I think this this ORB app or something, not sure though.
    Can use moodio or another app to listen to the radio. As of now I am using Moodio and it is working great.
    (Note: it will sound like it is dialing but it isn't actually using your minutes)
    There is also another radio app posted in the OTA apps forum post that I haven't yet looked at.
    12-11-08 07:32 PM
  4. alabamr's Avatar
    Radio, the part of the phone, is what transfers your wireless signal. If you turn the radio off, you can not make phone calls, connect to the internet, etc.
    12-11-08 07:41 PM
  5. David522's Avatar
    Thanks Guys!
    12-11-08 07:44 PM
  6. noaim's Avatar
    to give you a further example..

    when looking at a phones specification's (storm used as the example)

    Wireless Network

    • UMTS/HSPA: 2100 MHz
    • North America: 850 MHz GSM/GPRS networks
    • North America: 1900MHz GSM/GPRS networks
    • Europe/Asia Pacific: 1800MHz GSM/GPRS networks
    • Europe/Asia Pacific: 900MHz GSM/GPRS networks
    • Dual-Band: 800/1900 MHz CDMA/Ev-DO networks
    those are the radios in the phone...

    the term probably just got dragged over from am fm radios... or something


    its just about the same technology as a radio uses only its hyper driven if that makes sense
    12-11-08 07:45 PM
  7. David522's Avatar
    Yea
    Ok now i understand
    Thanks for explaining that
    12-11-08 07:49 PM
  8. BigByk's Avatar
    Ive seen in a few posts the term "radio"
    Can someone describe to me what you guys are referring to

    Thankss
    Any cell phone is basically a two way radio. It transmits a signal and it receives a signal. If you turn the radio off, which is the mobile network connection, you no longer send or receive calls or data. You can still play games, use media center, etc.
    12-11-08 07:50 PM
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