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GPRS active in Standby mode

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Hi all.

Can anyone tell me if it is possible to keep GPRS and or applications running when the screen is off.

I use SEVEN Mail for pushing email to my M2000, but when the power save cuts in everything except SMS and phone stop working until I press the power button again.

I'm wang the phone to keep gprs alive so seven mail can continue pushing




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You could do this with several screen lock utils that many folk use when listing to music. However, the battery will drain _very_ quickly.

Basically, the "computer" part of the phone is off when it's in standby. It wakes up on an incomming call/message, a button press, or a scheduled wakeup from an application. These lock utils keep it on, but turn off the screen to a) save battery and :) stop unwanted clicks.


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