2 Replies Latest reply: Nov 12, 2012 6:26 PM by RodneyMJ1975
RodneyMJ1975 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

1:I cant get rid of face book people why is this thanks. I also cant organize

my apps on phone is there away of doing this?

 

2nd is I was at Tim hortons would not load my

emails too is my phone slow or were I was?

 

3: can pics be saved to SD card or

does the phone not support this thanks

 

4: what does wi fi+cellular mean?  I was rec emails all the time

and no probs but bell said to turn off I am allowed only 1 mag or gig of data a month

I was over it 2 months ago cause it was over 300 emails.


iPhone 4S
  • 1. Re: deleating contacts
    Skydiver119 Level 7 Level 7 (21,215 points)

    1:I cant get rid of face book people why is this thanks. I also cant organize

    my apps on phone is there away of doing this?

    if you want to move apps around, hold down on one icon until they all start to wiggle, then move it around.

     

    2nd is I was at Tim hortons would not load my

    emails too is my phone slow or were I was?

    Could have been a slow connection. Also could have been that your e-mail doensn't like working with some public wifi settings.

     

    3: can pics be saved to SD card or

    does the phone not support this thanks

    Not supported. Closest you can do is upload the photos somewhere online.

     

    4: what does wi fi+cellular mean?  I was rec emails all the time

    and no probs but bell said to turn off I am allowed only 1 mag or gig of data a month

    I was over it 2 months ago cause it was over 300 emails.

    Wifi + cellular means you can either connect to the internet via a wifi network, or via the cellular phone network. with wifi, your data transfer is relatively unlimited, but it's quite common for cellular networks to have data caps. And 1 megabyte is a lot, LOT less than 1 gig, so you n eed to be sure what your cap is or you can face large overage charges.

     

    You are in the iPad forum but you mentioned an iPhone, I think you need to find the appropriate manual and give it a read

    http://support.apple.com/manuals/

  • 2. Re: deleating contacts
    RodneyMJ1975 Level 1 Level 1 (0 points)

    Thank U