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    it doesn't say anything on the website about OBEX being enabled.

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    So far this thread is 100% USELESS
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    Lightbulb 6265i: OBEX and more...

    Folks,

    Please try your best to S E A R C H when doing your homework! Members like me ( , Helmsley and TelecomZombie have been telling for weeks, if not months - from the prototype / early versions to the release version...

    *OBEX profile exists...
    http://207.210.82.131/showthread.php...24#post7093924
    http://207.210.82.131/showthread.php...55#post7292155
    http://207.210.82.131/showthread.php...19#post7295619

    WE have tried it on both Bluetooth and IR with sending / getting "business card", pictures, music, video files among other GSM / CDMA handsets, Palm, PocketPC.

    *What exactly OBEX is...
    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/OBEX

    It is NOT a crime or stupid to get confused with techno jargon! So do not be shy to ask what exactly it is. Just please do not mix it up with other profiles like DUN, A2DP, AVRCP which seems not supported in 6265i.

    *Copyright / DRM is in placed for assigning ringtones... http://207.210.82.131/showthread.php...81#post7296681

    *However, if there is a will, there will be a way...
    Read from the page http://207.210.82.131/showthread.php?t=919059&page=3

    Once again, check out my FAQ post I have complied...
    http://www.howardforums.com/showthre...55#post7292155
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    why would they enable OBEX on the nokia and razr and not on the 8100 or 950?

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    Quote Originally Posted by greeniguana_01
    why would they enable OBEX on the nokia and razr and not on the 8100 or 950?
    Why don't you ask him yourself...

    Last edited by HC - NO "i"; 06-16-2006 at 03:26 PM.

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    sooo, anyone figure out how to take off the camera shutter sound yet?

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    Anyone know how to work around getting Mp3s as a ringer?

    Phone has been great so far... transferring files between my 6265i and my bros razr... works very well...

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    Quote Originally Posted by KhakiMonky
    Anyone know how to work around getting Mp3s as a ringer?

    Phone has been great so far... transferring files between my 6265i and my bros razr... works very well...

    Please R E A D just a few messages up for the answer!

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    Quote Originally Posted by HC - NO "i"
    Please R E A D just a few messages up for the answer!
    isnt there a way to hack it w/ deigo?

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    Quote Originally Posted by blibbertibs
    somebody hack the battery so it lasts longer.
    you can first probally change GPS from on to emergency..

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    Quote Originally Posted by keitaro2k1
    you can first probally change GPS from on to emergency..
    keitaro2k1,

    TELUS does not make use of AGPS / AFLT at all like Bell does! And, unlike those iDEN handsets from Motorola which really has a SiRF module inside to get the data from the constellation of birds up there to assist the location service, the 6265i along with many CDMA handsets would NOT run into the power-draining feature even if you allow the location info to be shared with the network all the time.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HC - NO "i"
    keitaro2k1,

    TELUS does not make use of AGPS / AFLT at all like Bell does! And, unlike those iDEN handsets from Motorola which really has a SiRF module inside to get the data from the constellation of birds up there to assist the location service, the 6265i along with many CDMA handsets would NOT run into the power-draining feature even if you allow the location info to be shared with the network all the time.
    but is there a gps device in the phone that is dorment? so if there was an app that can access the gps, we could track our position?

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    Quote Originally Posted by keitaro2k1
    but is there a gps device in the phone that is dorment? so if there was an app that can access the gps, we could track our position?
    keitaro2k1,

    The location-based service is done via IP and it has to be connected back and forth to a specialized server on the network side to do the calculation with the data gathered from the AGPS / AFLT components. Unfortunately, TELUS has yet to offer such access to the service. Those please read this FAQ at:

    http://207.210.82.131/showthread.php...66#post2126366
    http://207.210.82.131/showthread.php...86#post1833286
    http://207.210.82.131/showthread.php...92#post2126592

    Bell has it with the value-added apps like MapMe. For the wireless e911, it is getting close to be commerically available. Bell has conduct trials last summer. However, it will NOT work if you force your TELUS handset to roam on Bell because the authentication measure will prevent non-Bell subscriber to access the location-based service.

    So, any hack on the handset side would not do any good.

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    You must have patience with some of the guys here! I posted 2 weeks ago that June 15th was the launch date in plain english, but I still got hundreds of emails asking me when the realse date was going to be.


    Quote Originally Posted by HC - NO "i"
    Please R E A D just a few messages up for the answer!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Helmsley
    You must have patience with some of the guys here! I posted 2 weeks ago that June 15th was the launch date in plain english, but I still got hundreds of emails asking me when the realse date was going to be.

    What Phone are you talking about ??
    PM Me with Details Please !



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