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HTC Vox

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HTC Vox
Vox
HTC Vox.jpg
Model Number: See Page
Design
Device Type: Phone
Manufacturer: HTC HTC-icon.png
Release Date: April 2007
Operating System: Windows Mobile Windows Mobile-icon.jpg
Dimensions: 50 x 101.5 x 18.6 m
Weight: 140 grams (battery included)
Display
Display: color transmissive TFT display, 2.4, 240 x 320
Hardware
Chipset: 201 MHz Texas Instruments OMAP 850
RAM: Not Known
Internal Memory: 64 MiB, 49.6MiB accessible, 128 MiB, including 63.4MiB user-accessible non-volatile storage
Memory Card: microSD
Technology
Networks: GSM850, GSM900, GSM1800, GSM1900, CSD, GPRS, EDGE
Connectivity
Wi-fi: Not Known
USB: Not Known
Bluetooth: 2.0
NFC: Not Known
GPS:
Camera
Video out: Not Known
Camera: 1.92 mp
Secondary Camera: none
Battery
Battery: 1050 mAh
Other features
Additional Features: Slide-out QWERTY-type keyboard


HTC Vox

HTC S710 / HTC S711 / Dopod C500 / Dopod C730 / Vodafone VDA V / Vodafone v1415 / Vodafone v7505 / SFR S710 / Orange SPV E650 / Swisscom XPA v1415


Specifications

  • Microsoft Windows Mobile 6.0 Standard
  • Small and lightweight with auto-sliding full keyboard
  • Quad-band GSM/GPRS/EDGE
  • Stereo Bluetooth® 2.0 and Wi-Fi® (TI 6300 Bluetooth|,TNETW1251 for WiFi)
  • 2.4inch colour TFT LCD screen (Hitachi TX06D10VM0AAA)
  • 2.0 megapixel camera (Lite-On DCM-200MES)
  • 5-way navigation control
  • Microsoft Windows Media Player Mobile and Windows Live
  • HTC ExtUSBTM cable for PC connectivity (USB 1.1 / Headphone / Charger)
  • ROM 128MB, RAM 64MB
  • TI OMAP850 CPU 200 MHz (running at 180 MHz by default)
  • microSDTM slot

Specs & Comparisons

HTC Information and datasheets:

Plus Points

  • First WM6 Smartphone
  • First ever Microsoft phone with numeric keyboard and qwerty keyboard
  • 2.0 megapixel camera (it has no flash)
  • Standard mini usb for syncing and charging
  • Has WiFi

Negative Points/Missing Features

  • Not 3G
  • Cleartype is blurry in landscape
  • VOIP support is missing in the current ROMs
  • Screen scratches too easily
  • A bit slow switching to landscape
  • Windows Update is blocked (fixed with ROM update 1.34.405.1)
  • The rubber sealings expand over time

==VoIP== VoIP support is included in WM6 Standard Edition but is not enabled in the HTC ROM.

  • To Enable it download and install the WM6VoIP.CAB.
  • Follow the instructions on this thread
  • Customize the IPDialplan.xml in your windows directory (more details would be appreciated)
  • Reboot your device and Settings->Phone->Internet Calling set the option "Whenever available"
  • After you enable Wifi you should see a small icon in the top indicating that you phone has logged in to your SIP provider.
  • Now you should be able to receive and make calls.

FAQ's

Tips & Tricks

Built-in Engineering Display. Press *#*#364#*#* to open a simple display of GSM, AMR & GPRS signal details. Press Done softkey to exit. Works on Vodafone V1415 and HTC S710 WWE, not verified on other versions.

Tested this on GER Version and works as well.
  • To store attachment on SD change two keys in HKLM\System\Inbox\Settings as you wish:
 #PropertyPath=\Storage Card\Inbox
 #AttachPath=\Storage Card\Inbox\Attachments
  • Change Pocket IE Homepage:
 HKLM/Software/Microsoft/Internet Explorer/AboutURLs/home_0410  Change the homepage to whatever you want.
  • Backlight issue:
many of you may encounter some problems regarding backlight after installing TOMTOM or TCMP.
To solve this, just modify the registry key
HKCU / Control Panel / Power> new dword "display" > value 30 (or 60 for 1 min, ...)
  • Using the v0.4 ROM from Frauhottelmann & OMAPClock you can have a stable phone at 264MHz although to get there you do have to step through from 186 - 226 - 264MHz. This is the method used with the Tornado Power Control program. This should work with all ROMs but it is dependant on the processor. It will shorten battery life but it makes for a much more usable device.

Links

service manual http://www.mikechannon.net/PDF%20Manuals/HTC%20VOX%20Service%20Manual.pdf