Boost android i9

 

The Cube i9 is an Intel Core M3-6Y30 powered tablet, it has a large12.2-inch screen with a form factor similar to the Surface Pro 3. It's powered by an Intel 6th Gen Core M3-6Y30 Skylake chipset, with 4GB of DDR3 RAM and a SATA3 128GB drive for storage. The screen is a 16:10 ratio 1920 x 1200 IPS panel. The tablet features a two-position kickstand and removable type cover style keyboard. It has one USB 3.1 Type C port and a full sized USB 3.0 Port.

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Boost android i9

The Motorola Stature i9 (for Boost Mobile, $299.99 direct) is the nation's fanciest prepaid phone, looking like neither your typical Nextel handset nor the sort of low-end model most people associate with prepaid accounts. It brings high-end features and a touch of class to the $50 per month unlimited calling plan on Boost. While the i9 isn't perfect, it's clearly the prestige handset choice if you use that carrier.

In case you're not familiar with Boost Mobile, it's Sprint's prepaid system. Boost runs on the old Nextel network (now owned by Sprint), which is nationwide but focuses on major cities and Interstate highway corridors rather than rural areas. However, the network uses the iDen technology, making it incompatible with non-Nextel phones. iDen allows for easy walkie-talkie connections—that famous Nextel "chirp"—but suffers from very slow Internet data speeds compared with those of modern 3G networks. (According to Sprint, the i9 will also soon be available on standard Sprint Nextel plans.)

A gigantic slab of a flip phone, the 4.7-ounce i9 measures a broad 2.1 by 4.1 by 6 inches (HWD) when closed and more than 7 inches long after you crack it open. Much of that real estate is consumed by screens: The 2-inch, 320-by-240-pixel color screen on the outside is surrounded with "mode-shifting" action buttons that appear or disappear depending on what you're doing, while the inside screen is a bit bigger, at 2.2 inches. The i9 also has a huge keypad, although I found the large keys flatter than I'd prefer.

The Cube i9 is an Intel Core M3-6Y30 powered tablet, it has a large12.2-inch screen with a form factor similar to the Surface Pro 3. It's powered by an Intel 6th Gen Core M3-6Y30 Skylake chipset, with 4GB of DDR3 RAM and a SATA3 128GB drive for storage. The screen is a 16:10 ratio 1920 x 1200 IPS panel. The tablet features a two-position kickstand and removable type cover style keyboard. It has one USB 3.1 Type C port and a full sized USB 3.0 Port.

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The phone is able to be ordered for $299.99 with free shipping at the present time, but the phone will not be available until the end of the month on Boost and next month on Sprint.

The i9 features a touch sensitive outer display at QVGA resolution with ModeShift support, haptic feedback, microSDHC expansion slot, speakerphone, Bluetooth with stereo audio support, and a 3.1 megapixel camera with autofocus, 4x digital zoom, and flash.  As is the norm on Nextel and Boost handsets, the i9 will also feature GPS support along with International Direct Connect.

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Motorala i9 purchased 2 weeks ago from Best Buy w/2-Year Extended Warranty -> Boost Mobile service is active ($50/mo. includes unlimited talk, text, and internet); running Windows XP Service Pack 3 with 1.58 GHz processor and 896 Mb of RAM, 80 Gb hard drive w/23.2 Gb free capacity available; USB drivers have been installed ( Motorola 3.9.0 Driver with MotoConnect* (for 32-bit versions of Windows®) ); iDEN Phonebook Manager and the Motorola Media Downloader applications have been installed on the computer; phone is set for USB connectivity (Menu -> Settings -> Memory Card -> Store Media -> Prefer on Card); 8 Gb SanDisk microSDHC memory installed in phone;

No connection is recognized by the iDEN Phonebook Manager or Motorola Media Downloader.  I can't even access the mp3 files I pasted onto the memory card through the music player.  (3gp files don't work either)  All I can do is copy/paste onto the micro SD memory card.  (computer recognizes it as a USB Mass Storage Device)

Page 31 of the User's Guide says the file types are supported.  Page 35 tells how to access "My Music," but even though my phone still has the factory settings, my phone doesn't follow the format of MENU Key --> MULTIMEDIA --> MY MUSIC