I have a Blackberry 7100g. Not because I'm some business person... but merely because I'm a net junky & this just made sense.
So anyway - when I want to post something on a message board... or frankly... I'm talking about my livejournal it gives me the "field full" message rather early on in the field. I don't understand why. It's not the website... & I've typed much more on my computer... but the damn crackberry won't accept it. Is this a setting I can change... tweak... or am I screwed?
BTW - I would have posted this in the RIM forum if there were any living souls there.
Regarding syncml for 6670
I wrote a program to capture the user actions like which URL visited,how much time spent,key presses etc. I am storing these to log files. Now I want to synchronize these log file. I heard that syncml will be help full for that. I am having the following queries.
1) Is there any symbian api required to parse/ access the syncml. If so please mention that.
2)I am new to this syncml. So please help me to how to get started.
Thanks in advance
Did delivering apps using WAP Push just get really expensive?
Recently, the WAP Push service provider I was using experience problems and, as I searched around, it was brought to my attention that what I needed was to get a Common Short Code. I looked up their site and it costs $500 to sign up and then $500 a month to maintain. Are they serious?
Am I mis-understanding the CSC? Do I need it for a WAP Push tha...
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Do you think it's in the future?
As crazy as this sounds, this is exactly what the cellular industry is right now. Do you ever think it will catch up to the real world where you can purchase a phone from anywhere and then choose your cellular service provider separately?
The cellular industry is so frustrating right now because in the area where I live, VZW is clearly the best provider, yet their phone choices are terrible. I wish I could find a basic...
looking for cdma ptt w/bluetooth
p.s.- it would be even better if if were from Motorola, but you cant get everything...
Motorola v810 and connection options
Have a short inquiry here... I'm with a company that is an offshoot of US Cellular, and for the past several months, the carrier, Eloqui Wireless, has been telling it's customers that the Motorola v810 can be connected to a PC and the pictures taken with it be downloaded to a computer. A trial with the official Moto software and data kit shows this to be impossible with the v810. Is there any way that one can hack the v810's drivers in order to access it like a digital camera (ala connecting directly to its onboard memory). Unlike an actual US Cellular or Verizon v810, this phone is not supposed to be locked-out or some other such fiddle-faddle. Motorola swears up and down that you can download from it if it is indeed not ...
DRM Enabled Terminals
If there is nothing like this out there yet (which I suspect there isn't), what is the change that PhoneScoop will add this as part of their phone specifications?
This would be a great help to me, and I'm sure there are others interested. Any information is greatly appreciated.
Need to know what phones use java & what version of java they use
Is there a database somewhere that has this info already? Any help would be great.
P.S. Sorry for the double post but i put this in tech trends to start with. Im not sure i can delete it. Maybe the moderator can?
Anyone know this answer???
Does anyone know what the other carriers are excepting???
I suppose I should have posted this in here instead of the Cingular column .
Programming Motorola A780 phones
1. Does this phone provide the capability to compile a Linux OS and download the OS to the phone with the functionality I would like to put?
2. What hardware interface does the phone provide to download?
3. How can the OS be saved to flash?
Thanks in advance
Dude.... Help.... NEC softphone.... confusion.... a-a-a-r-r-g-h [dead]
OK, I am a computer programmer [and a good one too--VB, C++, C#] and an A/V installer. I never dealt with phones though.
Now, I gotta Tablet PC that I use for home automation (Crestron based system). I want this Tablet PC to also become a PHONE.
I've got NEC IPS-2000 switch and a bunch of NEC ITR-16D phones. The switch is also connected to an outside world... [I did not install these--this is what my phone guy told me... but I don't think he lied ]
The PC runs Windows CE .NET 4.2 and I want to write an app to turn it into a phone. I know there are some softphones around, but I've no idea if this is what I need. Ideally, I'd like to get some sort of SDK that I can use and program my own app.
Setting Roam Carrier to ARN on Serviceless Phone
Here's a question for that I think the experts in this group should have no trouble answering. I have an older Kyocera QCP-2035 phone that used to be on Verizon. I'd like to give it away as an emergency only phone to my aunt. I was reading on http://www.emergencycellphones.com/faqs.html how this guy is able to provision American Roaming Network (ARN) as the roaming carrier so that you can make very expensive calls to AAA, etc. Can anyone empart the secret on how I can do this myself?
Also, as an AMPS carrier, do you think they'll be around for much longer or we might see their coverage area start shrinking?
Thanks for the help!
slide phones for Verizon???
Samsung I550 vs Treo650?
Whatchya think? Anyone know where this phone is up to being released?
Software for mobile phones : distribution channels issues
Mobile phone frequency spectrum allocations
I would be most appreciative if suggestions could be offered to any sources of information on the following.
I am researching mobile phone frequency spectrum allocations from 640MHz through to 3GHz.
My requirement is to locates sources of frequency spectrum allocations for devices or applications other mobile phones within the 64HHz to 3GHz ranges.
Thanking you warmly.