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Riiktar

Oct 11, 2006, 4:20 PM

Black Berry 7105T and RPC take over?

So recently my black berry has made a few calls out while sitting on my desk in locked mode. I charge my phone through USB on my computer. Last time I tried to do a windows update, it tried to DL BB software 5.1. I Googled the exact link, and it directed me to computer forensics sites. I called tmobile asking about this issue, and that now whenever I plug my BB into any computer, it will install Blackberry C++ and Gtalk.(wich is always running in the background on my BB) The guy at tmobile BB tech said, " I don't know what you think you beleive is happening, but BB's cant be controlled." I looked futher into it since that guy did not even know what the NT system was, nor that win2000 existed. I did find a PDF on blackberry forensics, ...
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bhalchandramone

Sep 15, 2006, 3:45 AM

List Phone Contains

Hi
My requirement is that i will having an independent software running on my PC. Whenever mobile is connected to pc it will detect it and display the contains of the mobile phone. the contains are only personal like phone directory, messages, calender etc.
How do i proceed with this?
Thanks and Regards
Bhalchandra Mone
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bhalchandramone

Sep 14, 2006, 8:12 AM

clear/erase all data from the mobile device

Hi Cool
How to clear/erase all data from the mobile device programmatically overcoming all the security check. I guess clearing all data means hard reset ):
Please let me know how to proceed in this situation ations.

Thanking you all in advance.

Thanks and Regards
Bhalchandra
1 replies
vistadb

Aug 9, 2006, 9:42 PM

ANN: VistaDB 3.0 leads .NET developers to Windows Mobile 5.0

The recent success of the Motorola Q Smartphone and the Palm Treo 700w Pocket PC have triggered demand for components and tools that enable .NET developers to build mobile database applications for these devices. Vista Software's recently released VistaDB 3.0 ushers in the next generation of mobile development by enabling .NET developers to build fully managed and embedded SQL database applications for Windows Mobile 5.0 and Microsoft Compact Framework.

Full Press Release:
http://www.vistadb.net/Press_060806_VistaDB3_MakesMo ... »
jake6802

Jan 2, 2006, 8:23 AM

Pairing i870 to BMW

I am a bmw tech and I was wondering if there is anyone here who may be able to help me. I have several customers with this phone but it will not completely pair with the vehicle. The vehicle says it is reading data from the phone but never completes. I do beleive that this is a software issue and would like to see if there is a fix for this. I appreciate any help and thank you in advance.
Jake
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amelia

Jul 24, 2006, 3:03 AM

Flip Phone Screens (outside)

I would like to know when companies first began to manufacture flip phones with the screen on the outside. What company did it first? Did it show the time only, caller ID, etc? When was the first one sold? Where did you get this information?

I'm a college student and I'm doing a research project. Any feedback would be greatly appreciated. Thanks!
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CamDiver

Jul 14, 2006, 10:36 PM

How do I........

OK, I'm in no way connected to any manufacturer of cell phones, cell phone technology or other tech related industry. I do though however have a design concept idea for the development of a cell phone unit that would be attractive to a target core of some 10m+ potential buyers world wide. I have attempted to contact the larger players via contact forms on differing web sites at Nokia, Motorola and Sony Ericsson. SO far no response.

I abide by the old concept idea of nothing ventured, nothing gained. This could be something, it could be nothing. I understand the pitfalls regarding disclosure of ideas and am not prepared to do that in any way, shape or form on a public access forum.

I am just looking for pointers as to how to approach ...
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kwongyew

Jun 22, 2006, 1:57 AM

How to add GPS to Motorola SLVR L7 (Cingular) phone ???

Does anyone have any recommendation about installing a GPS system in my Motorola SLVR L7 phone? Any software or anything that I purchase on the web?
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ihsin

Jun 20, 2006, 7:56 PM

video encoding for Motorola SLVR

Hi there,

Had anybody had any experience encoding video
onto a Motoorla SLVR? I use Pinnacle Studio 10
to encode my video into a resolution that's
lower than the screen (176x220) in mpeg4. I
thought it should be able to play, but it
doesn't. I then tried my Motorola Phone Tool,
which includes some kind of encoding. It
worked, but the encoded video is only a small
fraction of the screen size, making the video
not viewable at all.

Any help/advises appreciated.

David
2 replies
colione112

Jun 17, 2006, 11:46 PM

Text Messaging and your Bank Account....

I had an idea earlier today..

Does anyone agree with it??

Have your cell number tied to your bank account, and every time a transaction goes through, you get a text message.

I think it would be useful when you (or your spouse) make a withdrawl from an ATM, or when a check you sent out two weeks ago finally is cashed by your bank.

It would also help to prevent access you didn't approve into your account by someone else....

Does anyone agree?
9 replies
killelea

Jun 16, 2006, 1:19 PM

Tmobile development

I would like to write a J2ME app for Tmobile, but cannot find any info about developing for Tmobile.

Does Tmobile even have a developer program?

Thanks for any pointers.

Patrick
CDGIII

Aug 31, 2004, 9:50 AM

Vehicular Repeaters and AMPS

Just read an interesting little post about having 3W amplifiers. Do NOT buy these thinking that it will assist your phone. In CDMA, the inability of a handset to demodulate the paging channel is a function of the receiver sensitivity of the handset, and most importantly the antenna. The only thing a 3W amp will do is to effectively negatively impact the loading capacity of the sector you are in, or the sectors you are in if in a soft-handoff condition. In CDMA, they are entirely ineffective.

Vehicular Repeaters: I've seen a few of these that were being marketted for NEXTEL. Same thing. It would take an extremely expensive model to overcome the near-far problem in CDMA, which means that it will only serve to raise the overall noise floor o...
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wirelesstechradio

Jun 3, 2006, 1:07 PM

Handset Market Share question - Hot?? or widely used - Rich ???

I'm part of a team looking to develop a content idea for mobile phones. One of the first questions by developers is to identify the Make/Model of your TARGET mobile phones.

My app needs a 'smarter' generation phones that can receive SMS, access internet, utilize MP3 or audio files, etc. These are gated by OS type - Symbian, Palm, Widows Maobile, UIQ, are likely targets.

But there's hundreds if not thousands of 'recent' and current models by dozens of manufacturers.

Is there good sites where one can access a database of phones and ones that can provide marketshare numbers base don recent productions or other criteria? Ideas?

How does one choose a broad and representative array of US and international model phones as development...
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gadgetman 2000

Jan 24, 2005, 12:36 AM

Ringtone business

Does anyone have a clue how I could get started in the ringtone business, ex. software needed, how to set up phone accts for people to text download there ringtone. Any information would be greatly appriciated.
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halcyon

Apr 14, 2005, 4:53 PM

Are there any good resources to find out what web browsers come pre-loaded in new phones?

I'm new to the board, and I'm trying to help a friend develop a web-browser based application. We are trying to find a good resource that identifies the browser software pre-loaded with new phones, say Nokia 1.2 vs. Nokia 2.0 or Pocket IE.

Is there any database that has this info already, or perhaps any other good developer site recommendations? Any help would be much appreciated,

Thanks,
Rob
1 replies
jcurve

Aug 16, 2005, 11:18 AM

Looking for cell phone profile database

does anyone know where I can download a cell phone profile database?
2 replies
hypersdc

Jul 6, 2004, 1:25 PM

looking for phone support database

I am looking for a database (which I can install on my server) of mobile phone support features. I need to know which phones support things like color graphics, Polyphonic ringtones, wap, etc...
Anyone know of a complete phone database for sale or download?
I really am not wanting to do a manaual creation if at all possible. That would take awhile to do.

Thanks,
Sherri
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lasbuyer

May 19, 2006, 1:57 PM

HELP -- I need an accessible phone

Developers, please read the Americans with Disabilities Act. Please.

As a retired Usability Engineer, I could just cry over our new and nifty, teeny-tiny phones. Half of the US population is at least a half-century old.

Old dogs buy new toys, but only if they can PLAY with them, straight out of the box. With the size of the phones, they cannot even pick them up to play with them.

Unlike the generations younger than they, generations older than boomers will not embarrass themselves with klutziness. Tiny phones exaggerate arthritic hands.

I need a phone with buttons that do not touch each other on the dial pad, that is at least 5cm wide and 3cm thick, with voice dial and NO camera. (I have a Canon Rebel already, and I bought i...
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jdryeaua

Oct 22, 2005, 7:11 AM

Non-Camera Clamshell Phones

I am hoping that more carriers will begin to produce clamshell style phones without cameras. I am a civilian employee for the Department of Defense and we are not allowed to have any type of photographic device on my installation. My wife is an RN at a local hospital, and they are not allowed to have cameras in cell phones, either. As a matter of fact, many schools and private industries are now banning cell phones with cameras. Hopefully, this will be addressed by the manufacturers and the carriers. Many people want a phone - for communication - and emergencies, not an mp3/4 player, Internet device, babysitter, etc. I hope this will be addressed as well.
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jnathoo

May 9, 2006, 10:34 AM

t809 schematics

i am in the wireless industry( primarily repairs) as a technician and i am looking for the schematics for the testpoints( if these exist) for any information that is available for this phone. it is relatively new on the market here. information is sketchy to say the least. any advances made will be reported for the benefit of whoever.i really appreciate any who help.

kind regards
jnathoo
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