Rayzia Tiangco: Oh my gosh just get on with it gosh
joseph dunn: I have a 16gigabyte micro-sd card, does this phone accept them too?
Felicia Stevens: Ware do u put simcard
Ryan Scheffert: Funny thing... I'm using the LG Optimus Dynamic to watch this video
Jack Economous: the radio is a pioneer in my 98 Chevy s-10 4x4
Jack Economous: how do I find the code my radio ask for to pair my cell phone to me car radio they are both blue tooty
Ryan Minton: Performance on this phone is god awful. The only plus side to it is how freaking durable it is.
TechHeadsL7: does navigation use the tracfone minutes?
Makayla Davenport: how does the back open?
Bob Le: How much storage does this have for apps?
C Tucker: Can you play MP3's as your alarm media?
Nikki Swanson: I hate this phone. I bought it cause i loved the fact that it was cheaper and it was a touchscreen as I live off of disability so I can not afford much. however this phone has caused me so many problems. I have gotten a refurbished replacement once so i am on my 2nd phone, however the problems that i had with my first are the same as this one only a new issue has arrised from having the 2nd phone. the first one i had issues with the phone booting me out of the internet (and they tried to blame MY INTERNET and not the phone) gee the computers work just fine on it, my mother's phone which is a different model than this phone works just fine on it, and same with my internet, and when i have it on just the phone's internet data it does the same thing, hmmm? My wifi or a phone issue, and that is on the new phone as well with an issue. another issue is the fact that when i am on an app like kik or just general texting, the phone will freeze and not let me type. i sometimes can manage to get back to the main screen but the keyboard refuses to go away. I have to turn the phone all the way off just to get the keyboard to go away. that problem is also on my 2nd phone of the same model. Also a NEW problem with the new phone that I just got a few weeks ago, is the SD card (which is larger than the one they give with the phone) worked just fine on my old phone (same model) but when I put it into the new phone it got so hot, I could not touch it to bring it out of the phone till the phone was off for 5 minutes. Another problem related to that is this phone heats up way to much, and I mean the battery (which came with the phone) heats up. I am awake at 6:11 in the morning because I smelt burning plastic while laying in bed, and come to find out it was coming from MY PHONE. I turn it off, let it sit a few minutes and take the battery out and the battery was warm, very warm, luckily no internal damage done by this, however, I am not to happy with this. I DO NOT RECOMEND THIS PHONE. It may be cheap and is nice for someone if you don't download more than 1 or 2 apps (depending on the size) but it has a LOT of problems. And I have been a straight talk customer for awhile, and so has my family and seems to be other phones do not have the same problem, so its not me with the phone, its the phone itself. its the model itself. My stepdad has had the same phone (its the generic flip phone) for YEARS and no issues, I have had my first phone of this model for about 1 month before issues came up, and this other phone only a few weeks before the heating up. I am sorry but a phons is NOT supposed to heat up while just sitting on the charger or when off the charger and in use. its not supposed to heat up. so this phone gets several thumbs down on my end, and thought you all would like to know a review from a dissatisfied customer who has had the phone (and other models of completely different phones) for a while and long enough to make a review of her own. This phone was not worth the $58 bucks I spent on it, and is sure not worth anything spent on it. It has so many glitches and problems its not worth it. I say if you want a touch screen go for a more expensive one, but do not use this phone at all. Its not worth it.
nash100ful: Does kik work on this phone
minislash2112: It runs out of memory fast but generally gets the job done. As long as you root it and keep a large SD in it, you'll do fine. The thing is durable as all hell. I used a Optimus Logic for a good 2 years before replacing it (poor thing's power supply flaked out) with a new Dynamic. Still just as durable. You can chuck it against a wall (Not recommended) and all it will do is eject the battery and still keep on trucking.
silentrider: Does anyone know if its compatible with the square credit card reader app in Google Store?
alphaotakux: best review on this phone. thank you.