Fredde87

PhotoID

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I cant get PhotoID to work on my 8390...

I can assign a picture and so forth but when someone calls the picture isnt displayed.... I think this might have something to do with that the numbers in my address book are like +4673xxxxxxx but the numbers appear as 073xxxxxxx when they call... This might also be why I can only se the number on the external screen when someone calls me...

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I cant get PhotoID to work on my 8390...

I can assign a picture and so forth but when someone calls the picture isnt displayed.... I think this might have something to do with that the numbers in my address book are like +4673xxxxxxx but the numbers appear as 073xxxxxxx when they call... This might also be why I can only se the number on the external screen when someone calls me...

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i've the same problem

in my book numbers are: 34XXXXXXXX but the call appear like: +3934XXXXXXXX and so, for having displayerd the correct name, i have to modify all the contacts... i'm too lazy, so i uninstalled photo id.

How to uninstall photoid?

remove the photoid.lnk in \startup\ folder

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it is very annoying, especially since I need the +46... If it was the opposite then I wouldnt mind adding it but I cant remove it or I wont be able to call or sms people when I am traveling...

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only way to fix it is to install photo contacts 2.0

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only way to fix it is to install photo contacts 2.0

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i thought that photo contacts was a mitac proprietary software....

where to get the upgrade :??:

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