Do all that you need to and more with the Samsung Galaxy Xcover. Easy to use and highly functional, it will handle your daily life with great efficiency and ease. Whether connecting with your family and friends; downloading, sorting and listening to music; or even finding your way via Google Maps, this phone has it all. Communication has never been better and easier, with new features like Social Hub and Swype. This mobile phone will even keep up with the most active lifestyles and, being dust and waterproof, it lets you do whatever you want, whenever you want.
The specifications refer to you being able to store 1000 contacts within your phone book, each contact can contain the name and numbers of your contacts.
answered 1 year, 9 months ago
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If is possible to add UMTS 850 frequency support on the next generations of Galaxy Xcover models?
Hello! I think that rugged smartphone with mechanical buttons is very good idea, but some operators provide the cellular communications on UMTS 850 frequency that unfortunately not supported in Galaxy Xcover models. I ask if is possible to add UMTS 850 frequency support on the next generations of Galaxy Xcover models? Thanks a lot!!!
We would ask that you reach out to our colleagues at Samsung Canada for assistance with your query.
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I have a Galaxy Xcover, and I'am having trouble getting it to link via Bluetooth to my vehicle radio.
The vehicle & its radio are one year old. The phone is of the same age. The xcover is recognized by the vehicle radio as the phone I D comes up on the radio screen. Likewise the Xcover recognizes the vehicle radio. as it shows on the phones screen. BUT no Bluetooth connection can be made. I have tested the radio by trying another phone it works fine. I took the Xcover to my local O2 shop, where they tested it by linking it to another Bluetooth device and it seemed to work ok. Any ideas as to the problem ?
It may be a compatibility issue between your device and your vehicle.
We would recommend checking for software updates on your Xcover. You can do this by going to Settings on your phone > head right down to the bottom of that page to My phone or My device > the first option on this page should be Software update > click on this you will be given the option to check for updates.
Once your phone is up to date you should also get in touch with the manufacture of your car to also check the software you are currently running is the up to date version.
Once this is done try pairing through Bluetooth again.
Hope this helps,
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why does my gallery always say ( not enough memory )
Is it possible to lock-out features on the phone / os with some sort of administrator function ? I am looking to use these phones within a workforce and need the option of being able to only allow usage of certain functions of the phone. I know with the tablets you can do this....