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E50: No WiFi so no VoIP
May 18, 2006, 8:43 PM
in the Article: Nokia Adds One More To Eseries forum

Unless you do it over a Bluetooth PAN, but how common is that...

Maybe they can fix the security bugs while they're at it?
Mar 28, 2006, 4:10 PM
in the Article: Major Technology Shift Ahead For Bluetooth forum

Like this one: http://www.securityfocus.com/bid/1385 4/discuss

Is the PIN still 0000?
Feb 28, 2006, 7:55 PM
in the Article: Sony Ericsson Rounds Out Launch With 3 Bluetooth Headsets forum

Bluetooth security has its issues: http://www.schneier.com/blog/archi ves/2005/06/attack_on_the_b_1.html but at least I'd want my PIN to not be hard wired to 0000, as the SEMC BT headset that came with my P910a does. Weak.

Already worked around it seems
Jan 9, 2006, 7:06 PM
in the Article: VCAST Music Disables MP3 Playback forum

http://www.pcsintel.com/modules.php?name=News &file=article&sid=1196

Re: Unlocked not supported? OK, just make them work harder.
Oct 18, 2005, 3:54 PM
in the AT&T forum

hence no one has been trained on the item and some tech support guy would be completely guessing (and wasting his time doing so) to try and get it to work. Funny that, my (DSL) ISP didn't ask me what model computer I'm using before giving me DNS/gateway/address settings. Why should my GPRS ISP be any different? If the operator doesn't carry the phone model I'm using, of course I don't expect them to walk me through that particular phone's ...

Unlocked not supported? OK, just make them work harder.
Oct 18, 2005, 2:20 AM
in the AT&T forum

What you're really after is a bunch of settings like DNS servers, gateway IP addresses and such, correct? So, here's what I would do: 1. Go to the nearest Cingular store. 2. Buy the cheapest GPRS-capable phone they have, with contract that is cancelable for free within 14 days (30 days in CA I believe). 3. Activate it. 4. Without incurring any charges, call customer support. 5. Ask them about how to enable GPRS on this - approved - phone. 6. ...

SymbianOS 9.1: phone company controls apps
Oct 12, 2005, 11:57 AM
in the Article: Nokia Announces Eseries for Business forum

Symbian OS 9.1 contains some potentially nasty features: http://www.symbian.com/technolog y/symbos-v91-det.html#241 Platform security is extended in Symbian OS v9, providing control over the capabilities of applications installed on the devices. This is done to ensure the integrity of the phones and the network, while still enabling an open environment for third party applications. Integrity of the network, my *ss. It's about revenue integrity. But I'll be very happy to be proven wrong.

Oh you can own it allright...
Aug 21, 2005, 2:51 AM
in the Article: Sprint To Sell Music By Year's End forum

http://nanocrew.net/?page_id=63

Re: Palm OS; Email PUSH
Mar 23, 2005, 2:38 PM
in the Sony Ericsson P910 forum

1. Haven't tried yet, but I believe it can. 2. I had to transfer a smaller (~200) contact list from a PalmOS phone to a P910a. I ended up exporting the Palm contacts as a vCard file, manipulating it a bit to make it acceptable to the P910a and it all worked. With hindsight, it would be easier to just export Palm to Outlook then import Outlook to P910. 3. With 64MB of ram I would't ...

Microphone too sensitive?
Mar 23, 2005, 2:33 PM
in the Sony Ericsson P910 forum

I've had my P910a for almost 2 weeks now. People that I talk to on it tell me that the sound from my phone is too loud, and that they can hear every background noise too. It gets to the point where if I'm in, say, a coffee shop, I may have to step out for people to hear me. This has never happened with any other mobile I've had (most recently Samsung SPH-i500) and I definitely don't ...

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