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Decision Made - Lets Hope Its The Right One!

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I have been umming and aarring for the last couple of weeks about staying with Orange and getting the SPV M2000, or moving to Vodafone and getting the Imate Jam for free from Phones2udirect. When Orange told me it would be the new year before they had any M2000s back in, that kind of sealed it. Imate Jam ordered and due to arrive within the next hour and a half!! I am so excited!! Anyone got any tips about stuff to load on to it first?

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Good choice 8) ...here's what I put on mine...

Xperience (gives it an XP desktop feel) with personal theme (or SPB Pocket Plus)

Avantgo

Pocket Informant (PIM)

Tube

Pocket Streets

Fonix Voice Central (or MS Voice Commander)

I have also now paired it up with the Stowaway Bluetooth Keyboard and the Bluespoon Headset...

...got a 512Mb card (but waiting for a 1Gb)

Who needs a laptop...

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There's 2GB SD cards on eBay now you know ;-)

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...aaarrrgggghhhhh!!!!!

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It arrived!! After six hours of arguing with Royal Mail and having to go to the Sorting Office to pick it up, my new Jam is in my hand!! WooHoo!!!!!

EDIT: Where the hell did all the songs come from? I didnt attach them!!

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Xperience (gives it an XP desktop feel)

Please can you post a link to this? The only Xperience I can find on Google is for the P900.

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...it's here http://www.handango.com/PlatformSearch.jsp...earch=xperience

..if this doesn't work, go to www.handango.com and http://smartphone.modaco.com/search.php>Search for Xperience.

Cheers

Nick

That explains why I couldn't Google it then - unlike the Symbian product, the Windows XP themes, and what yourself and Paul said, it's actually called eXPerience, and Google doesn't do partial words. Looks worth a try though!

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...ahh well...no-one's perfect!!!

Cheers

Nick

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...ahh well...no-one's perfect!!!

Cheers

Nick

Sorry, that wasn't a dig at you and Paul - more at Google's inability to do wildcard searches!

Have a very Merry Christmas!

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