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Motorola W385 Supported File Types

    Ring Tones and Audio File Formats

    • The Motorola W385 supports MIDI, MP3, and AAC (Advanced Audio Coding) audio files for ring tones for the phone. It does not have a media player to listen to music in these file formats.

    Photos and Image Formats

    • The Motorola W385 has a camera and saves photos in the .JPG and .PNG format. You can upload photos to the phone in both these formats to use as screensavers. You can also send and receive photos via email and text.

    Email Programs

    • The Motorola W385 supports up to two POP3 email accounts for sending and receiving email. It can support a limited range of sound and image files and plain text (.TXT) only word-processed files. The user can also access email through the Internet browser through web-based email services such as Yahoo and Gmail.

    Texting Formats

    • The phone supports three different formats: SMS (Short Message Service), EMS (Enhanced Messaging Service) and MMS (Multimedia Messaging Service). SMS texts are in plain text (.TXT) format. EMS allows users to receive ring tones in MIDI, MP3 and ACC file formats and pictures also in .JPG and .PNG. With MMS, users can send and receive image files in .JPG and .PNG.

    Internet Connectivity Programs and Files

    • The Motorola W385 is connected to the Internet via Bluetooth 2.0. The Web browsing program is WAP 2.0 Dual Stack with Openwave 6.2.3, so the browser can read WAP pages but is not able to render HTML very well. WAP 2.0 can't cope with Flash or Javascript on websites. It can't use any other common Web browsers such as Internet Explorer or Google Chrome.

    Software Applications and Supported File Types

    • Files can be read and edited in plain text (.TXT) only. This phone does not come with any applications to read word processing files or spreadsheets.

    GPS and Chaperone Software

    • The Motorola has a Global Positioning System connection to help navigate while travelling. It is also equipped with Chaperone so that parents can locate their child's coordinates provided the child is carrying the phone, it is turned on and it is in an area where it can send off a signal.

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