Jamcl

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About Jamcl

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  • Your Current Device(s)
    SGH-i320, SGH-i600
  1. Hi all, I've had an i600 for a while now (UK purchased, FW: i600XXGD1). The phone went to repair with Samsung, and since it's come back, none of the options I select are recognised on automated systems such as voicemail and support lines. I figure it has something to do with no DTMF tones being sent, but I can't find an option on the device to change this. Does anyone have any ideas? Cheers, J
  2. Interesting.... Check this out: http://www.coolsmartphone.com/news3476.html I have heard a few rumours that this is the case - Windows Mobile 6 will not be made available for the i600 in the UK at all. Devastated.... ;)
  3. I have Got My Eye ON you.

  4. Got it working. I uninstalled both ActiveSync and the Toshiba Bluetooth stack, restarted my machine and deleted all pairings within Activesync on the phone. I then reinstalled ActiveSync (v4.5), and installed BlueSoleil (http://www.bluesoleil.com/download/index.asp?topic=bluesoleil_edr_en - great little application!). In BlueSoleil (with the bluetooth dongle inserted), check My Services>Properties, and note the port number for COM A - it was COM10 on mine. Make sure connections via this port are enabled in the ActiveSync connection settings. Now just select Connect Via Bluetooth on the phone's ActiveSync, and a partnership should be set up. Worked for me!
  5. Thanks for the reply - the device is set to discoverable, and I can pair the devices (and also transfer files between the two) with no problems. Like I said, if anyone on here has this working, could you provide me with a step-by-step guide to setting this up? Thanks for all your help!
  6. Hi all, hope you can help as this is driving me up the wall... I'm currently using a Samsung i600 (WM5) to sync with Outlook 2003 on Windows XP (SP2). Using USB, this works a treat and I have no issues, however I've not once managed to Sync via Bluetooth. I've tried using both the Microsoft Stack supplied with Windows and the Toshiba Bluetooth Stack - I've managed to use these fine for other Bluetooth applications. I have set up an incoming COM port (COM8) in the Bluetooth software, and have allowed incoming connections via this in ActiveSync. I also have the devices paired. When selecting 'Connect via Bluetooth' ActiveSync on the phone either cannot open the port or cannot detect a BT enabled PC that supports ActiveSync! What am I doing wrong? If someone could provide a step-by-step guide of how to set this up, or even any advice about alternative Bluetooth Stacks etc, I'd be eternally grateful! Thanks, J
  7. Exhange over VPN Syncronisation

    Cheers mate - I'll give it a go today...
  8. Hi all, I've just today come into possession of an i320 - quite impressed with it, and I'd like to set it up to syncronise with my office's Exchange Server. The laptops we use at work however are set up via a VPN (a PPTP VPN I'm led to believe). Firstly, is it possible to sync with my server this way, and if so, how would I go about it? I will be obtaining the relevant settings tomorrow - it seems fairly obvious how to enter the Exchange settings and also the VPN settings, but will these just automatically work in conjunction? Any advice would be much appreciated!
  9. finding names in contacts

    SS - if you call Samsung's repair centre in the UK, they can arrange to upgrade the software for you. Call them on 01295662113.
  10. Hi all, Does anyone know if there is a method for formatting a micro SD card via the options on the phone, ie. if you are not near a PC? I haven't been able to find anything on this, and suspect you can only do this via My Computer and the Mass Storage option on a PC. Can anyone help? Cheers.

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