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  1. #31
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    Application Tip: when playing games like super monkey ball, or bomberman, or any other app, and you don't want to end the game, but you dont want to leave it on to kill ur battery? just press the sleep button. Once you slide back in, the screen will be on your app. -=D and you won't lose the last level or IM you were on
    Remains sexy while saying so.

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    no because the first 5 apps i downloaded from the phone are in the applications tab in itunes but after that only the ones i downloaded form itunes are in the tab.

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    Quote Originally Posted by wattsja
    Actually it doesn't.

    The only thing I can figure is that the Applications part of iTunes contains apps that you downloaded from the apps store VIA iTunes. Apps that you download via the iPhone are not listed there (in my case), but should be in the backup of the phone in case of a restore.
    Very strange. Last night I downloaded mobile flickr directly to my iPhone. Come to think of it, all the apps I have are downloaded directly, and not through iTunes.

    When I sync'ed today, I got a message that I had applications on my phone that weren't registered in itunes, and would I like to back them up. I answered yes, and kan now see a full list of what applications I have installed, a list that also includes the ones I deleted again.

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    strang i never got that message.

  5. #35
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    doesnt it kill the app and return home after X amount of minutes - I kinda noticed that if I leave my phone alone for a while and it was on an app it switches back to the home screen?

    Quote Originally Posted by sprungson
    Application Tip: when playing games like super monkey ball, or bomberman, or any other app, and you don't want to end the game, but you dont want to leave it on to kill ur battery? just press the sleep button. Once you slide back in, the screen will be on your app. -=D and you won't lose the last level or IM you were on

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sweeperdk
    Very strange. Last night I downloaded mobile flickr directly to my iPhone. Come to think of it, all the apps I have are downloaded directly, and not through iTunes.

    When I sync'ed today, I got a message that I had applications on my phone that weren't registered in itunes, and would I like to back them up. I answered yes, and kan now see a full list of what applications I have installed, a list that also includes the ones I deleted again.
    I get "your computer is not authorized" when trying to sync apps. Funny because that's the only iTunes I've used with this iPhone.

  7. #37
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    Originally Posted by wattsja
    Actually it doesn't.

    The only thing I can figure is that the Applications part of iTunes contains apps that you downloaded from the apps store VIA iTunes. Apps that you download via the iPhone are not listed there (in my case), but should be in the backup of the phone in case of a restore.


    Very strange. Last night I downloaded mobile flickr directly to my iPhone. Come to think of it, all the apps I have are downloaded directly, and not through iTunes.

    When I sync'ed today, I got a message that I had applications on my phone that weren't registered in itunes, and would I like to back them up. I answered yes, and kan now see a full list of what applications I have installed, a list that also includes the ones I deleted again.
    iphone/itunes sees apps as things bought (even if they are free) you have to right click on your phone with in itunes and click on transfer purchases, after which it'll download the apps that you’ve bought on your iphone to itunes. Then you can create a back up point at that time for future restores your self (again right clicking on your phone) or just wait till the next time it does an auto backup

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    Quote Originally Posted by iPhonepwnz
    I get "your computer is not authorized" when trying to sync apps. Funny because that's the only iTunes I've used with this iPhone.
    in the iTunes menu, click STORE --> Activate This Computer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ebola1282
    iphone/itunes sees apps as things bought (even if they are free) you have to right click on your phone with in itunes and click on transfer purchases, after which it'll download the apps that you’ve bought on your iphone to itunes. Then you can create a back up point at that time for future restores your self (again right clicking on your phone) or just wait till the next time it does an auto backup
    COMPLETELY missed that. You were correct. Thanks, that has been bothering me. lol


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    thanks for the tips.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sweeperdk
    Very strange. Last night I downloaded mobile flickr directly to my iPhone. Come to think of it, all the apps I have are downloaded directly, and not through iTunes.

    When I sync'ed today, I got a message that I had applications on my phone that weren't registered in itunes, and would I like to back them up. I answered yes, and kan now see a full list of what applications I have installed, a list that also includes the ones I deleted again.
    Be careful, if you ever answer no, you many not be able to go back. I did this on my Touch and am pissed I can't find an undo. The work around is athe sync programs in the File menu.
    Joe in Los Angeles
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    1. When using the keyboard in QWERTY and want to easily enter a .?123 just press and hold the .?123, drag to the character and let go. This also brings you right back to the QWERTY keyboard.

    2. Same as above works with the shift button and QWERTY. Press and hold shift as you drag to a letter, this capitalizes each letter selected. (Dragging and releasing makes typing so much easier for my fat fingers)

    3. Press and holding a letter on the keyboard allows for the selection of its character accents i.e. press and hold the c button

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    this is one of the more useful threads ive come across in a while thanks to you all for posting.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ebola1282
    iphone/itunes sees apps as things bought (even if they are free) you have to right click on your phone with in itunes and click on transfer purchases, after which it'll download the apps that you’ve bought on your iphone to itunes. Then you can create a back up point at that time for future restores your self (again right clicking on your phone) or just wait till the next time it does an auto backup
    Ebola Thank you so much you fixed my problem. i appreciate all other that tried. and keep those tips coming. lol

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    LINK TO MY ORIGINAL THREAD: http://howardforums.com/showthread.p...ight=email+mms


    The fact that the iPhone 3G won't be able to do MMS either started to frustrate me. So I decided to try and find a way around the fact that I can't send or receive MMS messages on my iPhone. I did some research and came across a fairly simple technique that you can use to send people (who already have MMS on their phone) MMS messages. I am aware that you can hack the iPhone and install applications like swirlymms, etc to enable MMS on the iPhone, but this technique requires no hacking.

    Most of you probably already know about this technique, but I decided to create this thread to introduce this technique to those who may not have come across it yet

    In summary, this technique uses the iPhone's ability to email pictures. You basically email a picture to your friend's phone number and they receive it as an MMS message.

    So heres how to do this:

    First take a picture of wut you want to send. If you already have a picture in the iPhone, then simply go to that picture by locating it in the iPhone's camera role.

    When you are at the picture, press the button in the bottom left of the screen (the one that looks like a square with an arrow pointing out of it). This will insert the picture into an email on the iPhone.

    In the "TO" field of the email message, you need to enter the person's 10 digit phone number (their number including area code). The phone number should be followed by the standard prefix for their carrier. For example, for people with ATT, the prefix is xxxxxxxxxx@mms.att.net. If you do not know what carrier your friend is using, you can use the prefix xxxxxxxxxx@teleflip.com and it will automatically figure out what carrier they are using and send the MMS to them correctly.

    When you have finished typing their number followed by the correct prefix in the "TO" field of the email message, then you can simply press send and it will send the message as an MMS to their phone.


    A few things to note:
    When you send an MMS to someone this way, they can't simply reply back to the MMS message because it wont have come from your phone number, it came from your email remember. If they want to respond to an MMS that you sent them, they should reply to your email so you will get the response in the form on an email instantly on your iPhone and it will even vibrate ur iPhone when you get the email response. Or they can reply by simply sending you a text message. In other words, they can't jusy simple reply to the MMS that you sent them because you wont get their response, they have to either email or text your phone number to respond to you. I never said this technique was perfect, but it will work for me for now until (if) MMS gets added to the iPhone.

    If someone has MMS on their phone and wants to send you a picture, they can't because the iPhone doesnt support MMS. Instead, they should just email you the picture because you will instantly get the email on your iPhone and your iPhone will even alert you when you get the email.


    Here is a list of prefixes for different carriers to use this technique:

    US Based Carriers:

    Alltel = xxxxxxxxxx@message.alltel.com
    Amp'd Mobile = xxxxxxxxxx@vtext.com
    AT&T = xxxxxxxxxx@mms.att.net
    Boost Mobile = xxxxxxxxxx@myboostmobile.com
    Centennial Wireless = xxxxxxxxxx@myblue.com (added by kcirrab-this is accurate for i have centennial)
    Cingular (AT&T) = xxxxxxxxxx@mms.mycingular.com
    Einstein PCS = xxxxxxxxxx@einsteinmms.com
    Nextel = xxxxxxxxxx@messaging.nextel.com
    Sprint = xxxxxxxxxx@messaging.sprintpcs.com or xxxxxxxxxx@pm.sprint.com
    T-Mobile = xxxxxxxxxx@tmomail.net
    US Cellular = xxxxxxxxxx@mms.uscc.net
    Verizon Wireless = xxxxxxxxxx@vzwpix.com
    Virgin Mobile = xxxxxxxxxx@vmobl.com



    Or you can simply send a message to xxxxxxxxxx@teleflip.com and they will automatically detect the carrier. Teleflip is free to use.


    Foreign Carriers:

    Aruba setar = xxxxxxxxxx@mas.aw
    Bell Canada: xxxxxxxxxx@1x.bell.ca
    Cellcom = xxxxxxxxxx@cellcom.quiktxt.com
    Digicel Aruba = xxxxxxxxxx@digitextaw.com
    Digicel Curacao= xxxxxxxxxx@digitextcu.com
    Digicel Barbados= xxxxxxxxxx@digitextbb.com
    Digicel Bonaire= xxxxxxxxxx@digitextbo.com
    Digicel Cayman= xxxxxxxxxx@digitextky.com
    Digicel Grenada= xxxxxxxxxx@digitextgd.com
    Digicel St. Lucia= xxxxxxxxxx@digitextlc.com
    Digicel St. Vincent= xxxxxxxxxx@digitextvc.com
    Fido = xxxxxxxxxx@fido.ca
    Rogers Wireless (Canada) = xxxxxxxxxx@pcs.rogers.com
    Suncom = xxxxxxxxxx@tms.suncom.com


    Here are some more (may include some just txt #'s sorry I can't test them all):

    3 River Wireless = xxxxxxxxxx@sms.3rivers.net
    Advantage Communications = xxxxxxxxxx@advantagepaging.com
    Airtouch Pagers = xxxxxxxxxx@myairmail.com
    Airtouch Pagers = xxxxxxxxxxr@alphapage.airtouch.com
    Airtouch Pagers = xxxxxxxxxxr@airtouch.net
    Airtouch Pagers = xxxxxxxxxxr@airtouchpaging.com
    AlphNow pin@alphanow.net
    Alltel = xxxxxxxxxx@alltelmessage.com
    Alltel PCS = xxxxxxxxxx@message.alltel.com
    Ameritech Paging = xxxxxxxxxx@paging.acswireless.com
    Ameritech Paging = xxxxxxxxxx@pageapi.com
    Ameritech Clearpath = xxxxxxxxxx@clearpath.acswireless.com
    Amp'd Mobile = xxxxxxxxxx@vtext.com Arch Pagers (PageNet) = xxxxxxxxxx@archwireless.net
    Arch Pagers (PageNet) = xxxxxxxxxx@epage.arch.com
    Arch Pagers (PageNet) = xxxxxxxxxx@archwireless.net
    AT&T PCS = xxxxxxxxxx@mobile.att.net
    AT&T Pocketnet PCS = xxxxxxxxxx@dpcs.mobile.att.net
    Beepwear = xxxxxxxxxx@beepwear.net
    Bell Atlantic = xxxxxxxxxx@message.bam.com
    Bell South (Blackberry) = number@bellsouthtips.com
    Bell South = xxxxxxxxxx@sms.bellsouth.com
    Bell South = xxxxxxxxxx@wireless.bellsouth.com
    Bell South = xxxxxxxxxx@blsdcs.net
    Carolina Mobile Communications = xxxxxxxxxx@cmcpaging.com
    Cellular One East Coast = xxxxxxxxxx@phone.cellone.net
    Cellular One South West = xxxxxxxxxx@swmsg.com
    Cellular One PCS = xxxxxxxxxx@paging.cellone-sf.com
    Cellular One = xxxxxxxxxx@mobile.celloneusa.com
    Cellular One = xxxxxxxxxx@cellularone.txtmsg.com
    Cellular One = xxxxxxxxxx@cellularone.textmsg.com
    Cellular One = xxxxxxxxxx@cell1.textmsg.com
    Cellular One = xxxxxxxxxx@message.cellone-sf.com
    Cellular One = xxxxxxxxxx@sbcemail.com
    Cellular South = xxxxxxxxxx@csouth1.com
    Central Vermont Communications = xxxxxxxxxx@cvcpaging.com
    Cingular Wirelss = xxxxxxxxxx@mycingular.textmsg.com
    Cingular Wirelss = xxxxxxxxxx@mobile.mycingular.com
    Cingular Wirelss = xxxxxxxxxx@mobile.mycingular.net
    Clearnet = xxxxxxxxxx@msg.clearnet.com
    Comcast = xxxxxxxxxx@comcastpcs.textmsg.com
    Communication Specialists = xxxxxxxxxx@pageme.comspeco.net
    Communication Specialist Companies pin@pager.comspeco.com
    Cook Paging = xxxxxxxxxx@cookmail.com
    Digi-Page / Page Kansas = xxxxxxxxxx@page.hit.net
    GrayLink / Porta-Phone = xxxxxxxxxx@epage.porta-phone.com
    GTE = xxxxxxxxxx@airmessage.net
    GTE = xxxxxxxxxx@gte.pagegate.net
    GTE = xxxxxxxxxx@messagealert.com
    Houston Cellular = xxxxxxxxxx@text.houstoncellular.net
    Infopage Systems pinnumber@page.infopagesystems.com
    The Indiana Paging Co last4digits@pager.tdspager.com
    JSM Tele-Page pinnumber@jsmtel.com
    Lauttamus Communication = xxxxxxxxxx@e-page.net
    MCI Phone = xxxxxxxxxx@mci.com
    MCI = xxxxxxxxxx@pagemci.com
    Metrocall = xxxxxxxxxx@page.metrocall.com
    Metrocall 2-way = xxxxxxxxxx@my2way.com
    Mobilecomm = xxxxxxxxxx@mobilecomm.net
    Morris Wireless = xxxxxxxxxx@beepone.net
    Motient = xxxxxxxxxx@isp.com
    Nextel = xxxxxxxxxx@messaging.nextel.com
    Nextel = xxxxxxxxxx@page.nextel.com
    Nextel = xxxxxxxxxx@nextel.com.br
    Ntelos = xxxxxxxxxx@pcs.ntelos.com
    Omnipoint = xxxxxxxxxx@omnipoint.com
    Omnipoint = xxxxxxxxxx@omnipointpcs.com
    OnlineBeep = xxxxxxxxxx@onlinebeep.net
    Pacific Bell = xxxxxxxxxx@pacbellpcs.net
    PageMart = xxxxxxxxxx@pagemart.net
    PageMart Advanced /2way = xxxxxxxxxx@airmessage.net
    PageMart Canada = xxxxxxxxxx@pmcl.net
    PageNet Canada = xxxxxxxxxx@pagegate.pagenet.ca
    PageOne NorthWest = xxxxxxxxxx@page1nw.com
    Primco = xxxxxxxxxx@primeco@textmsg.com
    ProPage = xxxxxxxxxx@page.propage.net
    Qwest = xxxxxxxxxx@qwestmp.com
    RAM Page = xxxxxxxxxx@ram-page.com
    Rogers Canada = xxxxxxxxxx@pcs.rogers.com
    Satellink = xxxxxxxxxx.pageme@satellink.net
    SBC Ameritech Paging = xxxxxxxxxx@paging.acswireless.com
    Skytel Pagers = 7digitpinnumber@skytel.com
    Skytel Pagers = xxxxxxxxxx@email.skytel.com
    Southern LINC = xxxxxxxxxx@page.southernlinc.com
    Southwestern Bell = xxxxxxxxxx@email.swbw.com
    Sprint = xxxxxxxxxx@sprintpaging.com or phonenumber@pm.sprint.com
    Sprint PCS = xxxxxxxxxx@messaging.sprintpcs.com or phonenumber@pm.sprint.com
    ST Paging pin@page.stpaging.com
    SunCom = xxxxxxxxxx@tms.suncom.com
    SunCom = xxxxxxxxxx@suncom1.com
    T-Mobile = xxxxxxxxxx@tmomail.net
    T-Mobile = xxxxxxxxxx@voicestream.net
    Teletouch = xxxxxxxxxx@pageme.teletouch.com
    TSR Wireless = xxxxxxxxxx@alphame.com
    TSR Wireless = xxxxxxxxxx@beep.com
    US Cellular = xxxxxxxxxx@email.uscc.net
    US West = xxxxxxxxxx@uswestdatamail.com
    Verizon Pagers = xxxxxxxxxx@myairmail.com
    Verizon PCS = xxxxxxxxxx@vtext.com
    Verizon PCS = xxxxxxxxxx@myvzw.com
    VoiceStream / T-Mobile = xxxxxxxxxx@voicestream.net
    WebLink Wiereless = xxxxxxxxxx@airmessage.net
    WebLink Wiereless = xxxxxxxxxx@pagemart.net
    Wyndtell = xxxxxxxxxx@wyndtell.com



    I really hope this thread helps people who didn't already know about this technique and I hope its not to complicated to understand. Others feel free to contribute to this thread! Thanks everyone

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