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Old 11-22-2006, 02:01 PM
J Lunis
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Default Which HTC phone do I have?

I have the 8125.
I went to a web site for a bluetooth device but it lists no
compatibility with any Cingular phone. It is compatible with many HTC.
I am hoping I can find the HTC phone that is equivalent to the 8125.

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Old 11-22-2006, 02:17 PM
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Default Re: Which HTC phone do I have?

In article <5LY8h.6$pH.1@newsfe05.lga>, jay.lunis@gmail.com says...
> I have the 8125.
> I went to a web site for a bluetooth device but it lists no
> compatibility with any Cingular phone. It is compatible with many HTC.
> I am hoping I can find the HTC phone that is equivalent to the 8125.
>



Wizard!!

-Bob

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Old 11-23-2006, 01:34 AM
John Navas
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Default Re: Which HTC phone do I have?

On Wed, 22 Nov 2006 09:01:36 -0500, J Lunis <jay.lunis@gmail.com> wrote
in <5LY8h.6$pH.1@newsfe05.lga>:

>I have the 8125.
>I went to a web site for a bluetooth device but it lists no
>compatibility with any Cingular phone. It is compatible with many HTC.
>I am hoping I can find the HTC phone that is equivalent to the 8125.


Bluetooth is a standard, and pretty much any headset should work.

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Best regards, FAQ FOR CINGULAR WIRELESS:
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Old 11-23-2006, 05:29 AM
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Default Re: Which HTC phone do I have?

this is off topic, but I've read in multiple on-line post/reviews that
the 2125 was a HTC Faraday rebranded. After running some, uh... the
other day a program caused the phone to hard crash and the normal boot
screen didn't appear, instead it was a awkward looking single color
screen at the top in blocky text it read "HTC Tornado"

If it were a Tornando it should have the WiFi radio, but it doesn't.


Hell and High Water wrote:
> In article <5LY8h.6$pH.1@newsfe05.lga>, jay.lunis@gmail.com says...
> > I have the 8125.
> > I went to a web site for a bluetooth device but it lists no
> > compatibility with any Cingular phone. It is compatible with many HTC.
> > I am hoping I can find the HTC phone that is equivalent to the 8125.
> >

>
>
> Wizard!!
>
> -Bob



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