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Thread: Dash WM6 FAQs (version 1 May 10 2007)

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    Quote Originally Posted by johnlo
    hmmm, it didnt created anything for the mail attachments to go to. oh well.

    Did you soft-reset (turn off and back on)?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rf12
    Did you soft-reset (turn off and back on)?
    yes i did. i even reinstall it again. now it did create pocketIE in my storage card.. just dont see anything relating to mail attachments.

    i even sent myself an attachment and try lookin for it... its in Windows|messaging\attachments and which i believe thats the default location.
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnlo
    yes i did. i even reinstall it again. now it did create pocketIE in my storage card.. just dont see anything relating to mail attachments.

    i even sent myself an attachment and try lookin for it... its in Windows|messaging\attachments and which i believe thats the default location.

    It's odd and I cannot advice on this until I have tried this on my own Dash.

    SurRealNetworks is also on these forums. Perhaps he could shed some light on this? Did it work in WM5 but doesn't function in WM6 anymore?

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    Quote Originally Posted by rf12
    It's odd and I cannot advice on this until I have tried this on my own Dash.

    SurRealNetworks is also on these forums. Perhaps he could shed some light on this? Did it work in WM5 but doesn't function in WM6 anymore?
    i never try on wm5 so i cant even say... hopefully someone can figure this one out. i'll see wat i can come up with and if do i will advise.

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    Has anyone figured out how to make the callstart beep hack fix? This has to be the most annoying feature of the dash. It even beeps in vibrate mode..

    I would personally like to meet the guy that thought up this feature and ask him a few questions! Regardless; the hack goes away once you reset or change profiles...

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    humm interesting you know lots of people with homescreen issues reboots
    email storage probs i guess im luck but no [email protected]#! i have not had not one of these issues....YET lol also might i add to check out JAmerican site at
    jamerican.net good info there as well
    Last edited by neggie; 05-11-2007 at 12:30 AM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rf12

    *** Get ride of the beep at the beginning of each outgoing call
    HKCU\ControlPanel\SoundCategories\Callstart\IniVol <-- empty field and type 0 (zero). This hack doesn't stick it seems and I have to keep doing it over and over.
    I did this hack only I used PHM Registry Editor and I didn't empty the field first I just used the < (left arrow) to change the existing # to a 0. The beep has not come back on since. And bye the way, I turn my phone off every night and re-start it in the morning and the beep still doesn't come back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mrbill3
    I did this hack only I used PHM Registry Editor and I didn't empty the field first I just used the < (left arrow) to change the existing # to a 0. The beep has not come back on since. And bye the way, I turn my phone off every night and re-start it in the morning and the beep still doesn't come back.
    Hmm, I did the exact same thing, and the beep always comes back. Also using PHM Registry Editor. Very strange.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tcp100
    Has anyone figured out how to make the callstart beep hack fix? This has to be the most annoying feature of the dash. It even beeps in vibrate mode..

    I would personally like to meet the guy that thought up this feature and ask him a few questions! Regardless; the hack goes away once you reset or change profiles...


    Exactly, who in the world thinks of this as a feature?
    Even then, no built in way to turn it off? Stupid Microcrap...


    Your explanation is right: "the hack goes away once you reset or change profiles"
    That's exactly how/ when mine comes back.

    I did:
    HKCU\ControlPanel\SoundCategories\Callstart\IniVol <- changed to 0
    HKCU\ControlPanel\SoundCategories\InCall2\InitVol <- changed to 0

    Still doesn't stick. I think we have to intervene somewhere else in the registry about this.

    So this morning besides the above, I also did:
    HKCU\ControlPanel\SoundCategories\CallStart\Defaul tSound <- empty/ delete and changed to none

    and

    HKCU\ControlPanel\Sounds\Dialing\Sound <- empty/ delete and changed to none

    Soft-reset.



    Let's see if this work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rf12
    I am surprised no one created a thread dedicated to the Dash & WM6 FAQs.
    These threads start out helpful, but quickly turn into 39 pages of misinformation and fogginess.

    People will then create new topics and the process will repeat!
    I don't subscribe to threads. If you've got something to say to me, PM.

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    I did the hack under the "Normal" Profile and it went away. When I switched to my customized "Quiet" Profile the beep came back, but I just re-applied the hack again under that profile and it's gone. I've been able to successfully switch between "Normal" and "Quiet" and the beep is gone. So try applying the hack to each of the profiles and see if that works for you.


    Quote Originally Posted by rf12
    Exactly, who in the world thinks of this as a feature?
    Even then, no built in way to turn it off? Stupid Microcrap...


    Your explanation is right: "the hack goes away once you reset or change profiles"
    That's exactly how/ when mine comes back.

    I did:
    HKCU\ControlPanel\SoundCategories\Callstart\IniVol <- changed to 0
    HKCU\ControlPanel\SoundCategories\InCall2\InitVol <- changed to 0

    Still doesn't stick. I think we have to intervene somewhere else in the registry about this.

    So this morning besides the above, I also did:
    HKCU\ControlPanel\SoundCategories\CallStart\Defaul tSound <- empty/ delete and changed to none

    and

    HKCU\ControlPanel\Sounds\Dialing\Sound <- empty/ delete and changed to none

    Soft-reset.



    Let's see if this work.

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    lets stay on topic here guys do some research trying to keep this thread clean

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    Remove CallStart beep forever !!!!

    1.Use your Desktop PC and record a wave file with no sound, about 1-2 seconds long. Name the file CallStart.wav

    2.Replace the original wave file with the one you just created to \windows\CallStart.wav

    Works like a charm


    Long Time Lurker......
    Last edited by mpuckie; 05-11-2007 at 01:24 PM.

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    now that's thinking outside the box. nice work.
    You can call me MWA!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mpuckie
    1.Use your Desktop PC and record a wave file with no sound, about 1-2 seconds long. Name the file CallStart.wav

    2.Replace the original wave file with the one you just created to \windows\CallStart.wav

    Works like a charm


    Long Time Lurker......
    Good thinkin', and works perfectly!

    However, I still want to throttle the guy that came up with this. Someone had to have the IDEA to add this as a feature. "I know, let's make the phone beep, at a rather loud volume, when someone starts a call -- regardless if the phone is on vibrate or silent!" .. Then someone else had to say "Yeah, good idea!"

    Brilliant.

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