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Samsung's original Omnia created a bit of a stir amid its accompanying hype when it first appeared a year or so ago. While the general consensus was that it was clever and different, it didn't quite have the X-factor to take on the very best of the touch screen smartphone brigade, which still has the iPhone as its enduring Joe …
Been using this for a few months now, and apart from the slowdown you mentioned it's pretty good.
Connected home is easy to use....
Connect via Wifi.
Tap Select Contents, pick the machine with content on it (Windows Media Player only, sorry).
Pick files etc, from the library.
On Select Player tap your phone (it's the one in the middle)
It should start no problems.
You will need to find the Phone on Windows media player and allow it permission to read the WMP library.
As the proud owner of a Samsung mobile phone running Windwoes Mobile, I can say without any hesitation that it's the buggiest, most counterintuitive piece of shite I've ever owned. If I'd paid for it myself rather than being given it by my employer I'd be bloody furious at being take for such a ride.
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