PaulOBrien

Removing the Ameo branding with a sugar cube

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Thank goodness... could have been an expensive test ;)

Don't mind the other external branding, so think i'll stop at the Ameo logo :D

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Looks good. Thats one of the best pics i've seen of the display format. Great device, just looks a little silly with fischer price sized softkeys and titlebar!

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C'mon Dave, get in touch with your feminine side :D

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.......but it hurts my eyes on a saturday morning afternoon...... ;)

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Hi Paul

I noticed that you you have SPB mobile shell on your ameo,i have tried mobile shell on my ameo but i can't get spb menu to come up,everything else works on mobile shell apart from spb menu, but when i tap the stylus few times while on spb menu i do get the menu up, but the sound disseapers. (this has happened on 2 ameos)

Can you plese confirm whther this happens on your ameo.

thanks

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Hi Paul

I noticed that you you have SPB mobile shell on your ameo,i have tried mobile shell on my ameo but i can't get spb menu to come up,everything else works on mobile shell apart from spb menu, but when i tap the stylus few times while on spb menu i do get the menu up, but the sound disseapers. (this has happened on 2 ameos)

Can you plese confirm whther this happens on your ameo.

thanks

There seems to be a bug in Shell where it won't work propoerly in VGA landscape.

I have the same issue. Works fine in portrait though.

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There seems to be a bug in Shell where it won't work propoerly in VGA landscape.

I have the same issue. Works fine in portrait though.

I have the same. Apparently SPB are working on a fix.

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