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lg4400 Firmware

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Viper, Jul 4, 2004.

  1. >From: "Viper" user@123456.com

    >Could some one explain the 1x


    I cannot answer most of your questions because I have only used Get It Now a
    couple of times to get some games.

    However, I know about the 1X. :)

    The two most important things you'll gain if your phone shows "1X" instead of
    "D" is longer battery life and higher transmission speeds.

    For example, if you are using your VX4400 in 1X mode as a modem, you will
    connect at speeds that visually border on broadband. Really it's usually
    around 64K but compression seems to give you around 129-145K.

    And for some reason, the VX4400 when used in areas where EVDO is rolled out (DC
    and Virginia, for example), it seems to connect at very high speeds.

    Although it should not be possible, I have downloaded files at over 300kB/s
    according to the Windows download window.
     



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  2. >From: "Viper" user@123456.com

    >Could some one explain the 1x


    I cannot answer most of your questions because I have only used Get It Now a
    couple of times to get some games.

    However, I know about the 1X. :)

    The two most important things you'll gain if your phone shows "1X" instead of
    "D" is longer battery life and higher transmission speeds.

    For example, if you are using your VX4400 in 1X mode as a modem, you will
    connect at speeds that visually border on broadband. Really it's usually
    around 64K but compression seems to give you around 129-145K.

    And for some reason, the VX4400 when used in areas where EVDO is rolled out (DC
    and Virginia, for example), it seems to connect at very high speeds.

    Although it should not be possible, I have downloaded files at over 300kB/s
    according to the Windows download window.
     
  3. >From: "Viper" user@123456.com

    >Could some one explain the 1x


    I cannot answer most of your questions because I have only used Get It Now a
    couple of times to get some games.

    However, I know about the 1X. :)

    The two most important things you'll gain if your phone shows "1X" instead of
    "D" is longer battery life and higher transmission speeds.

    For example, if you are using your VX4400 in 1X mode as a modem, you will
    connect at speeds that visually border on broadband. Really it's usually
    around 64K but compression seems to give you around 129-145K.

    And for some reason, the VX4400 when used in areas where EVDO is rolled out (DC
    and Virginia, for example), it seems to connect at very high speeds.

    Although it should not be possible, I have downloaded files at over 300kB/s
    according to the Windows download window.
     
  4. >From: "Viper" user@123456.com

    >Could some one explain the 1x


    I cannot answer most of your questions because I have only used Get It Now a
    couple of times to get some games.

    However, I know about the 1X. :)

    The two most important things you'll gain if your phone shows "1X" instead of
    "D" is longer battery life and higher transmission speeds.

    For example, if you are using your VX4400 in 1X mode as a modem, you will
    connect at speeds that visually border on broadband. Really it's usually
    around 64K but compression seems to give you around 129-145K.

    And for some reason, the VX4400 when used in areas where EVDO is rolled out (DC
    and Virginia, for example), it seems to connect at very high speeds.

    Although it should not be possible, I have downloaded files at over 300kB/s
    according to the Windows download window.
     
  5. >From: "Viper" user@123456.com

    >Could some one explain the 1x


    I cannot answer most of your questions because I have only used Get It Now a
    couple of times to get some games.

    However, I know about the 1X. :)

    The two most important things you'll gain if your phone shows "1X" instead of
    "D" is longer battery life and higher transmission speeds.

    For example, if you are using your VX4400 in 1X mode as a modem, you will
    connect at speeds that visually border on broadband. Really it's usually
    around 64K but compression seems to give you around 129-145K.

    And for some reason, the VX4400 when used in areas where EVDO is rolled out (DC
    and Virginia, for example), it seems to connect at very high speeds.

    Although it should not be possible, I have downloaded files at over 300kB/s
    according to the Windows download window.
     
  6. >From: "Viper" user@123456.com

    >Could some one explain the 1x


    I cannot answer most of your questions because I have only used Get It Now a
    couple of times to get some games.

    However, I know about the 1X. :)

    The two most important things you'll gain if your phone shows "1X" instead of
    "D" is longer battery life and higher transmission speeds.

    For example, if you are using your VX4400 in 1X mode as a modem, you will
    connect at speeds that visually border on broadband. Really it's usually
    around 64K but compression seems to give you around 129-145K.

    And for some reason, the VX4400 when used in areas where EVDO is rolled out (DC
    and Virginia, for example), it seems to connect at very high speeds.

    Although it should not be possible, I have downloaded files at over 300kB/s
    according to the Windows download window.
     
  7. >From: "Viper" user@123456.com

    >Could some one explain the 1x


    I cannot answer most of your questions because I have only used Get It Now a
    couple of times to get some games.

    However, I know about the 1X. :)

    The two most important things you'll gain if your phone shows "1X" instead of
    "D" is longer battery life and higher transmission speeds.

    For example, if you are using your VX4400 in 1X mode as a modem, you will
    connect at speeds that visually border on broadband. Really it's usually
    around 64K but compression seems to give you around 129-145K.

    And for some reason, the VX4400 when used in areas where EVDO is rolled out (DC
    and Virginia, for example), it seems to connect at very high speeds.

    Although it should not be possible, I have downloaded files at over 300kB/s
    according to the Windows download window.
     
  8. >From: "Viper" user@123456.com

    >Could some one explain the 1x


    I cannot answer most of your questions because I have only used Get It Now a
    couple of times to get some games.

    However, I know about the 1X. :)

    The two most important things you'll gain if your phone shows "1X" instead of
    "D" is longer battery life and higher transmission speeds.

    For example, if you are using your VX4400 in 1X mode as a modem, you will
    connect at speeds that visually border on broadband. Really it's usually
    around 64K but compression seems to give you around 129-145K.

    And for some reason, the VX4400 when used in areas where EVDO is rolled out (DC
    and Virginia, for example), it seems to connect at very high speeds.

    Although it should not be possible, I have downloaded files at over 300kB/s
    according to the Windows download window.
     
  9. >From: "Viper" user@123456.com

    >Could some one explain the 1x


    I cannot answer most of your questions because I have only used Get It Now a
    couple of times to get some games.

    However, I know about the 1X. :)

    The two most important things you'll gain if your phone shows "1X" instead of
    "D" is longer battery life and higher transmission speeds.

    For example, if you are using your VX4400 in 1X mode as a modem, you will
    connect at speeds that visually border on broadband. Really it's usually
    around 64K but compression seems to give you around 129-145K.

    And for some reason, the VX4400 when used in areas where EVDO is rolled out (DC
    and Virginia, for example), it seems to connect at very high speeds.

    Although it should not be possible, I have downloaded files at over 300kB/s
    according to the Windows download window.
     
  10. >From: "Viper" user@123456.com

    >Could some one explain the 1x


    I cannot answer most of your questions because I have only used Get It Now a
    couple of times to get some games.

    However, I know about the 1X. :)

    The two most important things you'll gain if your phone shows "1X" instead of
    "D" is longer battery life and higher transmission speeds.

    For example, if you are using your VX4400 in 1X mode as a modem, you will
    connect at speeds that visually border on broadband. Really it's usually
    around 64K but compression seems to give you around 129-145K.

    And for some reason, the VX4400 when used in areas where EVDO is rolled out (DC
    and Virginia, for example), it seems to connect at very high speeds.

    Although it should not be possible, I have downloaded files at over 300kB/s
    according to the Windows download window.
     
  11. >From: "Viper" user@123456.com

    >Could some one explain the 1x


    I cannot answer most of your questions because I have only used Get It Now a
    couple of times to get some games.

    However, I know about the 1X. :)

    The two most important things you'll gain if your phone shows "1X" instead of
    "D" is longer battery life and higher transmission speeds.

    For example, if you are using your VX4400 in 1X mode as a modem, you will
    connect at speeds that visually border on broadband. Really it's usually
    around 64K but compression seems to give you around 129-145K.

    And for some reason, the VX4400 when used in areas where EVDO is rolled out (DC
    and Virginia, for example), it seems to connect at very high speeds.

    Although it should not be possible, I have downloaded files at over 300kB/s
    according to the Windows download window.
     
  12. >From: "Viper" user@123456.com

    >Could some one explain the 1x


    I cannot answer most of your questions because I have only used Get It Now a
    couple of times to get some games.

    However, I know about the 1X. :)

    The two most important things you'll gain if your phone shows "1X" instead of
    "D" is longer battery life and higher transmission speeds.

    For example, if you are using your VX4400 in 1X mode as a modem, you will
    connect at speeds that visually border on broadband. Really it's usually
    around 64K but compression seems to give you around 129-145K.

    And for some reason, the VX4400 when used in areas where EVDO is rolled out (DC
    and Virginia, for example), it seems to connect at very high speeds.

    Although it should not be possible, I have downloaded files at over 300kB/s
    according to the Windows download window.
     
  13. >From: "Viper" user@123456.com

    >Could some one explain the 1x


    I cannot answer most of your questions because I have only used Get It Now a
    couple of times to get some games.

    However, I know about the 1X. :)

    The two most important things you'll gain if your phone shows "1X" instead of
    "D" is longer battery life and higher transmission speeds.

    For example, if you are using your VX4400 in 1X mode as a modem, you will
    connect at speeds that visually border on broadband. Really it's usually
    around 64K but compression seems to give you around 129-145K.

    And for some reason, the VX4400 when used in areas where EVDO is rolled out (DC
    and Virginia, for example), it seems to connect at very high speeds.

    Although it should not be possible, I have downloaded files at over 300kB/s
    according to the Windows download window.
     
  14. >From: "Viper" user@123456.com

    >Could some one explain the 1x


    I cannot answer most of your questions because I have only used Get It Now a
    couple of times to get some games.

    However, I know about the 1X. :)

    The two most important things you'll gain if your phone shows "1X" instead of
    "D" is longer battery life and higher transmission speeds.

    For example, if you are using your VX4400 in 1X mode as a modem, you will
    connect at speeds that visually border on broadband. Really it's usually
    around 64K but compression seems to give you around 129-145K.

    And for some reason, the VX4400 when used in areas where EVDO is rolled out (DC
    and Virginia, for example), it seems to connect at very high speeds.

    Although it should not be possible, I have downloaded files at over 300kB/s
    according to the Windows download window.
     
  15. >From: "Viper" user@123456.com

    >Could some one explain the 1x


    I cannot answer most of your questions because I have only used Get It Now a
    couple of times to get some games.

    However, I know about the 1X. :)

    The two most important things you'll gain if your phone shows "1X" instead of
    "D" is longer battery life and higher transmission speeds.

    For example, if you are using your VX4400 in 1X mode as a modem, you will
    connect at speeds that visually border on broadband. Really it's usually
    around 64K but compression seems to give you around 129-145K.

    And for some reason, the VX4400 when used in areas where EVDO is rolled out (DC
    and Virginia, for example), it seems to connect at very high speeds.

    Although it should not be possible, I have downloaded files at over 300kB/s
    according to the Windows download window.
     
  16. >From: "Viper" user@123456.com

    >Could some one explain the 1x


    I cannot answer most of your questions because I have only used Get It Now a
    couple of times to get some games.

    However, I know about the 1X. :)

    The two most important things you'll gain if your phone shows "1X" instead of
    "D" is longer battery life and higher transmission speeds.

    For example, if you are using your VX4400 in 1X mode as a modem, you will
    connect at speeds that visually border on broadband. Really it's usually
    around 64K but compression seems to give you around 129-145K.

    And for some reason, the VX4400 when used in areas where EVDO is rolled out (DC
    and Virginia, for example), it seems to connect at very high speeds.

    Although it should not be possible, I have downloaded files at over 300kB/s
    according to the Windows download window.
     
  17. >From: "Viper" user@123456.com

    >Could some one explain the 1x


    I cannot answer most of your questions because I have only used Get It Now a
    couple of times to get some games.

    However, I know about the 1X. :)

    The two most important things you'll gain if your phone shows "1X" instead of
    "D" is longer battery life and higher transmission speeds.

    For example, if you are using your VX4400 in 1X mode as a modem, you will
    connect at speeds that visually border on broadband. Really it's usually
    around 64K but compression seems to give you around 129-145K.

    And for some reason, the VX4400 when used in areas where EVDO is rolled out (DC
    and Virginia, for example), it seems to connect at very high speeds.

    Although it should not be possible, I have downloaded files at over 300kB/s
    according to the Windows download window.
     
  18. >From: "Viper" user@123456.com

    >Could some one explain the 1x


    I cannot answer most of your questions because I have only used Get It Now a
    couple of times to get some games.

    However, I know about the 1X. :)

    The two most important things you'll gain if your phone shows "1X" instead of
    "D" is longer battery life and higher transmission speeds.

    For example, if you are using your VX4400 in 1X mode as a modem, you will
    connect at speeds that visually border on broadband. Really it's usually
    around 64K but compression seems to give you around 129-145K.

    And for some reason, the VX4400 when used in areas where EVDO is rolled out (DC
    and Virginia, for example), it seems to connect at very high speeds.

    Although it should not be possible, I have downloaded files at over 300kB/s
    according to the Windows download window.
     
  19. >From: "Viper" user@123456.com

    >Could some one explain the 1x


    I cannot answer most of your questions because I have only used Get It Now a
    couple of times to get some games.

    However, I know about the 1X. :)

    The two most important things you'll gain if your phone shows "1X" instead of
    "D" is longer battery life and higher transmission speeds.

    For example, if you are using your VX4400 in 1X mode as a modem, you will
    connect at speeds that visually border on broadband. Really it's usually
    around 64K but compression seems to give you around 129-145K.

    And for some reason, the VX4400 when used in areas where EVDO is rolled out (DC
    and Virginia, for example), it seems to connect at very high speeds.

    Although it should not be possible, I have downloaded files at over 300kB/s
    according to the Windows download window.
     
  20. >From: "Viper" user@123456.com

    >Could some one explain the 1x


    I cannot answer most of your questions because I have only used Get It Now a
    couple of times to get some games.

    However, I know about the 1X. :)

    The two most important things you'll gain if your phone shows "1X" instead of
    "D" is longer battery life and higher transmission speeds.

    For example, if you are using your VX4400 in 1X mode as a modem, you will
    connect at speeds that visually border on broadband. Really it's usually
    around 64K but compression seems to give you around 129-145K.

    And for some reason, the VX4400 when used in areas where EVDO is rolled out (DC
    and Virginia, for example), it seems to connect at very high speeds.

    Although it should not be possible, I have downloaded files at over 300kB/s
    according to the Windows download window.
     

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