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Furball Zen

Tested SPH-i600 Registry Hacks (may work for others)

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No SMS Sent Msg:

This hack allows you to elimnate the annoying SMS Message Sent notification that occurs EVERY time you send an SMS.

1. Start up your Registry Editor program. Resco is one of a few programs that will allow you to edit your Registry.

2. Find the following:


3. Click on Inbox (Inbox must be highlighted) then select "Edit" --> "New Key"

4. Name the New Key as Settings

5. Click on "Settings" (Settings must be highlighted) and select "Edit"--> "New String Value"

6. On "Value name:", key in SMSNoSentMsg and in "Value data", key in 1

7. Soft reset your device and test it with one SMS. The notifcation message should not occur.

No In Call Beep:

This hack will remove the annoying 'beep' noise associated with initiating a call from your phone.

1. Start up your Registry Editor program.

2. Find the following: HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\SoundCategories\InCall

3. Change the string/value InitVol:

4. It should read: '0'

Cache Speed Hack: (Posters note: I only changed the GLYPHCACHE value, it was 8192. Also after that, did a reboot and somehow Windows saw the modem... go fig. I did NOT however change the FATFS as i couldnt find it. No noticable change in speed?! WOW was i wrong, its WAY faster now!)

This hack delivers an impressive increase in speed on almost all of your basic programs and menus by expanding your default cache values.

1. Start up your Registry Editor program.

2. Find the following:


3. Change the old string/value:


4. It should read:

32768 or 65535 (the 65535 is what I use and it seems the fastest)

5. Find the following:


6. Change the string/value cachesize to read: 4096

Startup/Shutdown sounds change:

This hack will remove the Windows startup sound when you turn your phone on. As a sidenote, you can place ANY .wav file into your /Windows directory and insert that filename into the Registry value and then your phone will play that upon startup.

1. Start up your Registry Editor program.

2. Find the following: \HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\Sounds\SystemStart \Sound

3. Change the string/value:


4. It should read:


Edited by Furball Zen

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