If you've found this article, you probably already know that the CECT A8 is among the most popular full sized, shake and tilt iPhone clones on the market today. Perhaps you're researching how easy it is to get the phone up and running or to obtain accessories, extras, or spares for it.
For whatever reason, consumers sometimes assume that these Chinese import clones require the buyer to read or muddle through Chinese instructions or support or order out accessories from China. So although having an unlocked phone with an additional sim slot (so you can have two phone numbers), or the shake and tilt feature can look very appealing in today's economy, people sometimes hesitate because these phones are made overseas.
While I completely understand these concerns, I can assure you that they likely won't come to pass. First, the iClones (and the CECT A8 ) are very easy to set up, but in the event you should need help setting up any of the features (including the internet, incoming call, MMS, etc. ) there are set up instructions, user's manuals, and directions in almost any language under the sun for whatever carrier with which you wish to use this phone.
You don't need drivers or software for the A8, but many companies or individuals sell e-books or downloads that will walk you through set up and using the phone. For example, say you are going to run the phone on T Mobile. In that case, you can easily get instructions specifically for a T Mobile phone. You could even run one sim on say, Cingular and one on AT&T. If you did that, you could easily obtain set up guides for either carrier or both. These guides typically never cost more than $10 and are usually less than that.
If you're looking for, researching, or wondering if there is support for the CECT A8 , then you should know there are many iPhone clone forums where folks share information and offer tips. In my experience, it's pretty easy to would be to find an answer to most questions.
Finally, accessories for the A8 are readily available and pretty darn cheap. You can easily get skins / cases, spare batteries, spare sim cards, additional memory (GB), data / USB cables, Bluetooth headsets, and stereo headphones for just a couple of dollars. Since this a clone, you're typically not dealing with a price tag of a high end brand name (although the accessories for the phone are usually every bit as high quality as the phone, although the quality of head sets / ear phones vary depending on price. This is one occasion where it may be better to pay a bit more. )
I own many of the iClones and have never had a problem with set up or using these phones. I find them to be very user friendly and intuitive. I've always been happy with them and have never had a question for which I couldn't find an answer or solution.
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