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ZTE Groove introduced by Cricket for $129.99


Wednesday 21st of November 2012 / androidauthority.com
Getting into the holiday spirit, Cricket is introducing its latest Muve Music Android smartphone, the ZTE Groove, to subscribers and holiday shoppers who are looking for an affordable prepaid phone to giftwrap and give to others or themselves.“The Groove is the perfect stocking stuffer smartphone or gift companion phone with the features holiday shoppers need to delight their family and friends,” says Cricket senior vice president of devices Matt Stoiber.The ZTE Groove is powered by a single-core 800MHz processor, so it’s not exactly the speediest entry-level phone in town. It boasts a 3.5-inch display with 480 x 320 resolution, 1GB internal storage, microSD support (up to 32GB), 1,500mAh battery, and Android 2.3 Gingerbread.If you’re planning to take lots of embarrassing family pictures and videos, the ZTE Groove is more than equipped to help you. It sports a 3.2MP rear camera with flash, and a VGA front-facing camera.As for its price and availability, you should be able to get the ZTE Groove from Cricket’s stores and online starting today for $129.99. For a limite

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zte videos


Friday 13th of January 2012 / androidforums.com
i have a zte warp and i used to go online to web sites like espn and watch videos on wifi after that update now it tells me can not play this video but when i turn wifi off it plays it help

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ZTE warp sequent flash player HELP!


Wednesday 30th of January 2013 / androidforums.com
I have the ZTE warp sequent all I want to do is watch videos in my browser like on the mtv.com it tells me that I need Adobe flash player but I can not download it when I search it in the application store its not there. I don't get it I had the ZTE warp and could do it ..please help me

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zte warp batter charging


Tuesday 15th of May 2012 / androidforums.com
This may be a run on paragraph so I apologize ahead of time.I have an issue I am trying to track down. Phone: zte warp2 batteries: factory 1600mah that came with the phone and a new 3800mah.issue: new battery charged thru the phone drains just as fast as the stock battery. Nearly identical drain. Unplug at 7am and down to 75% 3-4 hrs later.charge setup: dual usb slot wall charger plugged into a power strip.charge: 5-9 hrsWhen it charges it says its 100% and no charge is showing so its as if its fully charged.Here is the scenereo I have.I bought the new 3800mah on my brothers card (since i have no cred card)After about 3 weeks the battery came in, so I went to pick it up. When I got there he said he had it on the provided wall charger that came with the battery.I decided to test the new battery out for a bit and ran it down to 80%.After that at 9pm decided to charge it to 100% again. At 12mid i decided to give the battery a vigorous test and unplugged it and see how long it would last. I ran multiple videos (3-5), surfed about 3-5 hrs on multiple web sites, played a few games, made so

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HTC Desire Z vs ZTE Blade


Sunday 22nd of May 2011 / androidforums.com
Got ZTE Blade here, used it for 3 months and i have to say it is ok for its price, i normally use it for playing games, surfing the internet and watching youtube videos. The bad parts are that, some games dont work on it and the phone is not loud enough, the volume is low as half compared to my iPhone 3G when listening through headphones.So ive seen the HTC Desire Z, i like it as i want a phone with keyboard, the specs are better than ZTE Blade, so does it play most games such as Gangstar with no lag? Does anyone know if it has flash and is loud as the iPhone 3G with headphones?

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ZTE Valet: Can You Post the Pictures and Videos It Takes?


Tuesday 15th of October 2013 / forums.androidcentral.com
I simply cannot afford the monthly contract fees associated with having an iPhone or first-rate Android phone. The ZTE Valet Android phone came out in the last month or two solely for Tracfone, a pay-as-you-go phone company. I am already a Tracfone customer and it sounds like the perfect upgrade for me. I just want to know whether Social Media apps like GifBoom, Vine, Instagram, Foursquare, Twitter and Facebook will really, truly work on this phone and the 3G Verizon network that Tracfone uses. I understand that they may crash sometimes, may be a little slow and that I may be able to have only one app open at a time. I just want to know whether I will be able to post the pictures and videos I take with its camera. Does anyone have any comments or advice for me? Sent from my Nexus 7 using AC Forums mobile app.

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Youtube pausing videos randomly


Wednesday 30th of July 2014 / androidforums.com
I'm using a rooted ZTE Force and the latest version of YouTube (5.7.42) and have been having issues with YouTube pausing videos recently. Every time I skip an ad at the beginning of a video, the video itself starts off paused instead of automatically playing after the ad is skipped. Also, during lengthy videos, it tends to pause at a little over the 10 minute mark. Anyone else having similar issues? Is there a fix?

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ZTE Valet Z665C Videos Taken With Phone Playing Back in Fast Forward


Thursday 14th of August 2014 / androidforums.com
Hello, I have had my new ZTE Valet smartphone for a little less than a month and have not been able to figure out how to slow down the videos I take with the phone when they are played back. The playback is always in fast forward mode. Is there a setting I can change to make my videos play in a normal speed? Or.. is my phone defective? Any help is very much appreciated. Thank you. Lori ♥

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ZTE ZMax hands-on


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A just-decent-enough $250 smartphone strapped onto a monster batteryThe ZTE ZMax is the type of phone that you get for a very specific reason: you want to play lots of videos and games but you don't have a lot of money to blow on a pricier phablet like the Galaxy Note 4 or the impending Nexus 6/X/whatever. The ZMax is $252 outright on T-Mobile, and for that money, it performs better than its budget in most areas, but not quite all of them.So, can this phone stand out in the mid-range phone market? Let's take a quick lookThe ZMax certainly towers above most phones in size. This phone has a 5.7-inch screen, not counting the pesky capacitive buttons below it and the not insignificant bezels that complete the front face. You'll likely not be keeping it in your pants unless you're a lucky devil with TARDIS-like pockets. That nice big screen is good for videos and games, and I only say good because it's only a 720p screen, and it doesn't take much to see the individual pixels on this phone and the brightness could be more in outdoor environments. But for $250, what else did you expect? V

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Hi there! IIs there an easy way to transfer the pictures in my ZTE grand X smartpohone to my laptop


Monday 19th of January 2015 / forums.androidcentral.com
Is there an easy way to transfer the pictures in my ZTE grand X smartpohone to my laptop?I have a android ZTE GRAND X Cricket phone and I have a lot of pictures stored in my gallery, but it is taking too much space and i am receiving message saying I am running out of storage and that I need to delete pics, videos or unpinned things. How can I transfer all those pictures to my laptop ? thanks in advance for your help.

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