I wanna get a shirt that has a Qr code that Rick Rolls people.
so I just got done downlaoding apps from http://rumortouchapps.dual-servers.com/ and putting them on my phone through blueftp but when I try to download apps form getjar it takes me to the denial page. So my question is how is the rumor touch apps site able to be downloadable while other app sites are denied?
I found a site that has alot of scanners ,,,
Help finding one that works!!!
out of curiosity, what is this obsession on finding a fully functional bar code scanner app? i mean i can kinda see how it can be useful, kinda like the droid bar code scanner app, but why is it that a good number of people want one so bad? indulge me with this knowledge of which i amto blind to see (i just had to make that alll sound sooo much smarter than i portray myself to actually be )
Although it may not be good for short music files, if ya'll listen to audiobooks or podcasts that are 30 min.+ per file, I could see how the background playing could be useful with BlueFTP.
just a quick regarding the folders in the root menu when you browse the phone, what exactly are the private (fs) and shared folders and sub-folders for? i know the dcam/review is for the media you have stored on your phone (when you go to view pix in the phone it goes to this folder)
has anyone experimented moving media in the shared folder and able to access it with success, or create a new folder in the private folder and unlock any remote menus such as how we unlocked the media card menu?
im just a very curious person... like a cat
I like how BlueFtp tries to play videos in full screen, too bad it plays them too choppy :/
well Blue FTP probably wasnt made to be a reliable player, just a preview-er of media but also it mainly focuses on Blue Tooth and File management... BTW has anyone tried the Bluetooth file transfer with this app? i want to know how well it works before i buy a blue tooth adapter for my laptop
I haven't seen anyone mention this...
Make sure you have a Bluetooth directory created off the root of your MemoryCard.
I have used both the linux/win32 command-line versions of obexftp to transfer files to this phone using the native bluetooth listener.
When I want to install a new app (jar/jad combo):
for each filename to upload, you need to run:
obexftp --nopath --noconn --uuid none --bluetooth <BT ADDRESS OF PHONE> --channel 3 --put <filename>
The first attempt always fails - try again. So, to upload the two files, you will have to make four attempts.
The phone will display the transfer progress. When your second file has been uploaded and your phone displays "Done/View" click on "View" and you'll be brought to the internal file explorer. Click on "More" and select "Move Multiple." Click on each of the files you just uploaded and then click on "Move to MemoryCard." Click on the "Select" box next to APPS.
This has proven the fastest way to get apps on to my phone.
So far, BlueFTP is the only reliable app I have found to move files from phone to pc. It is a great product.