But with a smartphone, when the computing side of it crashes, so too does the phone part. I've learned for example that an apparently frozen Q (when no keys work) can sometimes be unfrozen when you call it.
But other times, the inability to make or receive phone calls is almost as frustrating as the time it takes to reboot the phone to get back up and running. The minute data gets into the game (like for the messaging the device was designed for), all bets are off. With the standard battery and with data apps like e-mail, a Q (in my tests) gets you through about 3/4ths of a business day.
Next - it will instantly locate the proper Motorola Q hardware driver, and any other driver you need, download and install it onto your system - giving you optimum performance & speed. Usually, we only bother ourselves with updating our system's device drivers - only when something wrong happens, stops working, not responding etc etc...
No more headache and no more countless hours looking for help in hardware manufacturer sites.
Caution: in order to prevent hard drive crashes, device driver conflicts and fatal error messages - you should make sure the Motorola Q driver you install on your system - is the proper driver matching your hardware needs.
Here we provide you a list of mobile phone carriers to let you get some interesting resources such as update files, coverage maps an other interesting information.
You only need to deploy the list and select a carrier.
The software on it -- especially third party software that's Windows Mobile-compatible but was really designed for the version of Windows Mobile that uses a stylus (like on the Treo) -- isn't always intuitive. With the fat battery (optional), you get about 12 hours out of it before you start wishing you were near a charger, a PC (it can be charged via USB), or an extra battery.