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I am really wanting to purchase this phone, but I am not at all linux savvy, so I would be learning as I go, and I am nervous that my coverage will not be compatible. SO tempted to buy now, but am trying to hold off and watch and listen here.

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6 hours ago, aMomarch said:

WHY? 

I don't understand those who have bought the phone and now that they have it, unopened, want to sell it? 

Also there could be some scalping involved. There where some early bird perks for like half the price. So selling it now does yield a nice profit.

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8 hours ago, aMomarch said:

Ah, so people put money forth without knowing what the end product they were receiving would be?  I am new and was not thinking along those lines, that they'd sent money perhaps many months ago, and now do not want the phone after all, without having even opened the box.  That's the part that had me quizzical.

Much can change in peoples live in a couple of years. I see nothing wrong here - there could be a large number of different reasons.
Though as being one of the many still waiting, I can envy those that got it, and feel frustrated that it was not those that wants it that got it in the first wave, despite being in the first third of the super early birds.......

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I will sell my Pro1x, yes, I will absolutely sell it to someone who would really appreciate the device.  Unfortunately this is not the device for me. 

Mine was delivered to my home in Billings, Montana on Monday, August 1, 2022.  I ordered it on the FX Technology Limited website on September 14, 2021. Darn straight it was for the keyboard, which I found very frustrating to both learn and utilize - just too wide.  Moreover, Verizon (20+ year customer) would not recognize the device, so I activated it on T-Mobile, which seemed to be inferior service to Verizon anyway, so see ya later Pro1x.

Anyway, guess what?  I actually sent the darn thing back to supposed two different addresses in the UK for a refund (as per 14 day policy).  This cost me $148USD to only have it come directly back to my home in Montana because some genius named Francisco from the company was pretty much useless to me from the start of an email chain until now.  I don't know what is the matter with people listening and/or paying attention anymore, but that guy has cost me time and money.

Whatever...I just want to get rid of the thing.  It is a beautiful phone - eyegasmic screen graphics and a camera that would rival any.  

My Pro1x has barely been used for maybe a week and/or a couple of hours.  I wonder what kind of offers are sincere and honest because I would ship it out quick. I spent $899USD + $148USD to have it come back to Montana.  I would rather deal with someone who really covets the device, instead of playing cat-and-mouse-tag with FX Tech, who probably wants me to go away.

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Greg Palmer

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6 hours ago, Wyoankh said:

I will sell my Pro1x, yes, I will absolutely sell it to someone who would really appreciate the device.  Unfortunately this is not the device for me. 

Mine was delivered to my home in Billings, Montana on Monday, August 1, 2022.  I ordered it on the FX Technology Limited website on September 14, 2021. Darn straight it was for the keyboard, which I found very frustrating to both learn and utilize - just too wide.  Moreover, Verizon (20+ year customer) would not recognize the device, so I activated it on T-Mobile, which seemed to be inferior service to Verizon anyway, so see ya later Pro1x.

Anyway, guess what?  I actually sent the darn thing back to supposed two different addresses in the UK for a refund (as per 14 day policy).  This cost me $148USD to only have it come directly back to my home in Montana because some genius named Francisco from the company was pretty much useless to me from the start of an email chain until now.  I don't know what is the matter with people listening and/or paying attention anymore, but that guy has cost me time and money.

Whatever...I just want to get rid of the thing.  It is a beautiful phone - eyegasmic screen graphics and a camera that would rival any.  

My Pro1x has barely been used for maybe a week and/or a couple of hours.  I wonder what kind of offers are sincere and honest because I would ship it out quick. I spent $899USD + $148USD to have it come back to Montana.  I would rather deal with someone who really covets the device, instead of playing cat-and-mouse-tag with FX Tech, who probably wants me to go away.

Regards,

Greg Palmer

You can get the Pro1 and Pro1X on Verizon to work perfectly. All you need to do is activate a different phone on Verizon's network, then swap the sim into the Pro1X, as the phone doesn't exist under Verizon's "Approved Devices List" which is why it wont let you activate it outright. Once you have swapped the sim Make a call using *#*#4636#*#* (Note sometimes this command can be a bit slow to respond, especially on a fresh boot). Once in that menu though Select Phone1 Information. "Set Preferred Network Type" to LTE Only. Scroll down a little bit and turn on "Mobile Radio Power", "VoLTE Provisioned", "Video Calling Provisioned", "Wifi Calling Provisioned" to on. Once all that is done restart the phone and you should be all set, at this point try making a phone call and it should work.

Hope this helps,
Matt

 

 

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14 hours ago, Wyoankh said:

Anyway, guess what?  I actually sent the darn thing back to supposed two different addresses in the UK for a refund (as per 14 day policy).  This cost me $148USD to only have it come directly back to my home in Montana because some genius named Francisco from the company was pretty much useless to me from the start of an email chain until now.  I don't know what is the matter with people listening and/or paying attention anymore, but that guy has cost me time and money.

Very sad to hear that they (fxtec) cant help you to utilize their own 14 day return policy :(
Also, this is law in many countries (not sure about the US or particular states, though) when ordering outside of physical stores, so one would expect them to live up to it for this reason as well.

But to make sure I understand you correctly, are you saying that they (fxtec support, aka Francisco) gave you a faulty return address, and thats why the shipment bounced back? And this happened twice..?

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5 hours ago, toast said:

Very sad to hear that they (fxtec) cant help you to utilize their own 14 day return policy 😞
Also, this is law in many countries (not sure about the US or particular states, though) when ordering outside of physical stores, so one would expect them to live up to it for this reason as well.

But to make sure I understand you correctly, are you saying that they (fxtec support, aka Francisco) gave you a faulty return address, and thats why the shipment bounced back? And this happened twice..?

I didn't stutter.  And I don't feel like contacting them or I might blow a fuse.  Just want the device to find a nice home.

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12 hours ago, unknown_death said:

You can get the Pro1 and Pro1X on Verizon to work perfectly. All you need to do is activate a different phone on Verizon's network, then swap the sim into the Pro1X, as the phone doesn't exist under Verizon's "Approved Devices List" which is why it wont let you activate it outright. Once you have swapped the sim Make a call using *#*#4636#*#* (Note sometimes this command can be a bit slow to respond, especially on a fresh boot). Once in that menu though Select Phone1 Information. "Set Preferred Network Type" to LTE Only. Scroll down a little bit and turn on "Mobile Radio Power", "VoLTE Provisioned", "Video Calling Provisioned", "Wifi Calling Provisioned" to on. Once all that is done restart the phone and you should be all set, at this point try making a phone call and it should work.

Hope this helps,
Matt

 

 

You didn't listen either, which doesn't surprise me in this society anymore.  The keyboard is too wide, regardless.  Just want the device to find a welcoming home and fed plenty of electricity.  My goodness, people...

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20 hours ago, Wyoankh said:

You didn't listen either, which doesn't surprise me in this society anymore.  The keyboard is too wide, regardless.  Just want the device to find a welcoming home and fed plenty of electricity.  My goodness, people...

Sad story indeed....

I know the feeling of getting into the 'red field', and not wanting to waste any more time/or money to get things right, from dealing with other companies.

I'm awaiting a Pro1X, so not in the market for buying one. But hope yours will find a new owner soon.

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