ATT following VZW...again
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Your mobile device supports a feature called Smart Alert. Smart Alert is a motion gesture that will cause your device to vibrate when you pick it up and when notifications, such as missed calls or new messages, are waiting.
You can turn on this feature in the motion settings menu. From the Home screen, touch Menu > Settings > My device > Motions and gestures > Motion. Touch the slider to turn Motion on , if not already turned on. Touch the slider to turn Smart alert on .
There you go 😉 🙂
EXCESSIVE DATA USAGE ON THE AT&T IPHONE 4
I have had multiple cases and always it is with the iphone 4. I followed up with a few customers that i have encountered the problem with and some stop getting overages after doing a master reset, some after a software update, i have even had customer get warranty replacement .
And the problem really seems not to be with the customer's usage but the phone itself.
Can anybody help me confirm?
THEY TUK EEER JEERRRRBS!!!!!!
My supv lacks diplomacy and is extremely lazy
Cosmos 2 + Cellebrite = FAIL
I Pebcak'd myself
So in the process of writing notes on a customers account I somehow rotate the screen,
I wave over a manager because i can't remember how to fix it
they look at my screen and laugh
then they have to get a tech support person to fix it
he looks at the screen, looks at me, shakes his head in disbelief
then it takes him a couple of tries to remember how to fix it...
I was still taking calls while they were waiting for the tech
I never thought I'd say this...
What do you think about..
I previously though that they just wanted to screw me. I don't now.
New Business rules!
YAY FOR SCREWING UP OUR SCORES
Abney and Associates Online: Cybercrime
Cybercrime: Be wary of public Wi-Fi while on vacation
MONTREAL - Travellers should be wary of cyber threats on vacation as they access free wireless networks with their smartphones, tablets or laptops, says software security company Symantec Corp.
Canadians travelling for March break and into the summer season shouldn't be doing things like pulling up their bank accounts on Wi-Fi networks, said Symantec Canada's Lynn Hargrove.
"What people don't realize is that there's no security on those Wi-Fi networks for the most part," she said.
"It's a great way to keep in touch while you're on vacation, but there are some inherent risks that come with it that people just aren't ...