a clean copy?Originally Posted by jet1000
but I definitely won't go back to R3CA after debranding
btw, I can unpack the file with 7zip without pwd prompt
The Sony Ericsson email software uses your data connection to send and the emails so T-Mobile won't know that you received an email, therefore they won't charge you as they would had you used their software. Obviously it will count against your data plan though (if you don't have unlimited.)Originally Posted by luv2code
As for the battery, I don't think the phone is using any more energy than it does when you receive a text message. It's push email, so it's not like it's even checking the email periodically.
LOL, I wouldn't expect many people would. I was merely saying it was available if anyone needed in the original parts.Originally Posted by Scottish Skyeandce
I think it uses up a little more battery power. I've had mine on push email for a few days now, and it does seem to be a little worse. The internet icon is almost always on now, too. Still, a little less battery life is well worth it for the convenience of push email. I don't feel quite so jealous of my coworkers' Blackberrys anymore!Originally Posted by jet1000
ok I was able to download the program and then i opened but I can't find the filesystem tool? i can either make it run. Also on the 2 part does Seus is another program I have to download? thanks everybody...
I was worried that the IMAP PUSH message would be charged as an SMS or something.Originally Posted by jet1000
I'm going to start using PUSH, then. The TM506 has gone from "just a tether to 3G" to "greatest phone ever"
The File System Tool button is on the very right side of the screen. You may have to slide the slider bar on the bottom to the right to see it.Originally Posted by mercedes300e
Yes, SEUS (Sony Ericsson Update Service) is a separate download. Just follow the link provided and download it from the official Sony website.
I have no screen, only I have afther I download the a2uplaoader is icons, I unziped and then this is what it showsme: amd64 folder, x86 folder, driver package etz etz. how do I see the screen?
With the Cin Bell fw, I can take a picture and choose to send it to blogger; but it fails. I'm already a blogger.com user, and I would love to enable this; but I can't find the setting I need to make to set my account up. Anyone know what to do?
I figured it out. Well, something was broken when I tried it last night.
This is how it works:
choose To Blog
it asks you for a blog name,
it asks you to edit the post (subject + body)
it connects, creates the blog, and uploads the post.
blogger sms's you a claim ID
you use the claim id to tie the phone with a blogger account (either an existing one or the one the phone created for you.)
I think it uses MMS. ****. I guess I'll stick to email.
ok I download the program again from the link and I click save on my receive files from, then I unziped then I install the program on my programs under Gordon folder name. After I install the program I went to open the the file It was saved but all I see there is icons. I click on all of then buy none one gives me the acces to any screen ( like program). is there any other way to do this?
Are you sure you're using the link that SD gave in post 1 of this thread for A2uploader?Originally Posted by mercedes300e
I just re-downloaded the A2uploader zip file from that link and there are just two icons in that folder after you unpack the zip file:
a2uploader.exe and the drivers ggsetup-126.96.36.199.exe. There are no programs to install on the computer. You just run the ggsetup if you haven't already so that the drivers are on your computer. And then you run a2uploader.