You just made me like the happiest person alive!Originally Posted by zerowind
Thanks guys for this post!!! I just skimmed the first post and I'm already learning new shortcuts.
Is there another browser that will actually run on this thing? Its a bummer that the high-mem version of Opera causes the phone to lag bigggggg time. Mini is lacking a lot of important features. :/
Does the full version of Opera even run on the MDA though? I'm not sure.
PIE is slowwwwwww... It seriously takes forever to load anything and speed tests reflect that as well. Opera Mini, OTOH, just breezed through a 350KB image in about 10 seconds or so. PIE stalls after the first 150-200KB and then goes 3-8KB/sec for the rest of the download.
yes, I've tried that with no luck.Originally Posted by EtherealRemnant
but I just rebooted the phone and all seems fine now. surfing much faster now.
Its ridiculous how many times you have to reboot this phone, lol. I've rebooted mine a good 5 or 6 times today and I've already hard reset it twice.
I have to ask, are you using task manager to shut down tasks or leaving it to windows to manage?Originally Posted by EtherealRemnant
I rarely need to reboot. It could be your phone
I've been using task manager to shut down tasks.
It just starts lagging alot and I've noticed that as I use it, even if I'm closing programs, the memory gets lower and lower. It dropped down to like 3MB left today after running PIE for 15 minutes... after closing PIE, it went to like 7. That's down from the 22MB it was at before PIE.
To create a direct link to MSN Messenger (instead of having to go through Pocket MSN), create a shortcut to "\Windows\instmsgr.exe".
If someone can figure out how to disable the XT9 input system-wide, I'd be eternally grateful!
can someone explain this into more detail?
1. Enable the JOGGR
Edit: HKCU\ControlPanel\JogBar\Settings\SwitchToAudioFun c to 0
This will disable it as a volume control, and enable it as the default JOGGR functions (back, scroll, email)
2. Remap the JOGGR keys
Bottom JOGGR "Button"
Top JOGGR "Button"
I did part one, now i need to do part two? anyone can explain what part to does, and what i need to change...
ANYTHING WITH A SIM
Instructions to disable "Message Sent" notification after sending an SMS
I added to #3 for clarification.Many people find the "Message Sent" notification that pops up after a successful text message to be annoying. Here is an easy registry hack to disable it. This will require a registry editor.
Disable the "Message Sent" notification after sending a text message by following these steps:
1. Navigate to: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Inbox
2. Create a new key "Settings"
3. Under "Settings" create a new string value "SMSNoSentMsg" and set the value to 1
You are the best. I just realized how much I HATE predictive text when I have a full keyboard.Originally Posted by zerowind
I haven't had to reboot once yet. Sounds like a user problem.Originally Posted by EtherealRemnant