HTC Tilt 8925 / TyTN II
installing WM6 clean!!
how can i upgrade to a clean version of wm6?
will the same upgrade for the 8525 work?
i really dont know why att screws with the apps so damn much.
to tether, all you have to do is hook up the device to a pc and tap that button. in about 5 seconds, you are surfing at high speeds.
att does whatever it can to make is so damn hard to use the modem feature. its ridiculous.
using internet sharing is a breeze. do drivers and no hassle. wireless modem just sucks.
AT&T wants you to use their service and pay for it.
Your phone was equipped to do this without paying. AT&T did not remove it from your phone they just hid it. To restore it, do the following.
Go to Start/Programs/Tool/File Explorer
Once File Explorer opens go to the Windows file. In the Windows file find the file "Internet Sharing" Hold the stylus on it until the Cut option appears.
Under the Window folder open the Start Menu and then open the Programs menu. In a blank spot hold down the stylus until the paste option appears. Paste the file here and it will then appear in your program folder under the Start menu.
If you are using Vista, connect your cable to your computer and let the...
That would be awesome! A savings of $45/mo over Broadband Connect.
So anyway, I so much want the new HTC Touch Pro, that is such a cool device, 5-row keyboard, VGA screen, TouchFlo3D. I'm just curious if the camera is any good. Unlocked it's gonna be way expensive though.
Do you know if HTC Smartphones that are unlocked can automatically detect network settings for internet and MMS?
As far as the HTC Touch Pro goes, it doesn't have all of the North American 3G frequencies so you probably wouldn't get very good reception with one. I want one too, but I'm going to wait until they produce a tri-band HSDPA version for the US.
I'm gonna try to get my hands on some OT on my job to get some money together for the Touch Pro, I'm sure there will be a GSM U.S. version around October/November.
I like that it's HSUPA capable, faster data is always a good thing!!!
Note that MEdiaNet is AT&T's internal shop. An unlocked phone may not be able to access it at all, though I don't actually know. Even if it can't access MEdiaNet, though, they can help you set it up for internet access.
The "almost" refers to the fact that we don't have a full listing of every single IMEI, many show "unknown device". But I can't afford to buy a device like the TILT unlocked, so it'd have to be with a contract; therefore AT&T would kn...