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Ingvarr

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Thanx for the help guys :)

Now for any other noobs out there i worked it out. If you unpack the rar on your pc you get .xml and .001 or any .oo files just leave the rar place it on your phone and your mobile will reconise it as a .cab and install the software for you


Most likely you have the .cab associated with WinRAR.

Do not "open" the cab. Just download it, copy it to device (via activesync), and then "launch" it on the device to install.

Or install CABViaActivesync utility - it will be able to do same in one right click on the cab.

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Maby my winrar it ticked to reconise most files as a rar standard install options for winrar. I have seen many ppl complaning about what to do once they open a rar and get .xml and .oo files.

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Im getting a fiew errors on my phone u guys might be able to help with im a total smartphone noob.

I installed a couple of things that say i need to update my net compact framework also some games just dont play i get black screen. you guys have any idea why or where i can update the framework to the latest 1

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The .cab file Identified by : ".cab" extension

The .cab file is a relative of .zip - this is where a lot of people go wrong. When the .cab file is sitting on your PC it'll have a "Zip" icon which leads a lot of people into un-zipping them to their PC and then copying the files across to the phone - NO! Don't do this dude! Don't forget that .cab files have information in them about where to install, so you should find a shortcut in your SmartPhones' program menu for the file after it's installed.

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comapact frame work is available from the download section in the microsft windows mobile area....if you don't find I will post a link when i do as i don't know it off my head...although i do have a cab file for it somewhere

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comapact frame work is available from the download section in the microsft windows mobile area....if you don't find I will post a link when i do as i don't know it off my head...although i do have a cab file for it somewhere


I found the framework but its about 30mb so ill have to wait till i get a new sd card as the one that bcomes with it is only 32mb hehe

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I found the framework but its about 30mb so ill have to wait till i get a new sd card as the one that bcomes with it is only 32mb hehe


yeah its a real killer on the memory space

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Thanks for this, should help me find my vein at night.



wow!!! i already tried and its greaattt!! thank you !! for you time...!!
have a nice day!!

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What a bright idea you've got here master Ingvarr! And now there is always light at the end of the tunnel... :)

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Works great! Made it a speed dial also. Thanks for the app

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Works on my Blackjack II. The scroll wheel adjusts the brightness very well.

One issue - it will only go as bright as the backlight settings in the Settings panel for the phone. For example, if I have my backlight set to 3/5 brightness, the flashlight will not go brighter than 3/5. This is a great app, but I keep my backlight dim for normal use. I would like to be able to go to full brightness with the flashlight without having to go change the settings first. Is it like this on all devices, or just mine?

Thanks.

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Works great! Made it a speed dial also. Thanks for the app


Give you please post how to make it a speeddial - I just got my HTC P4550.

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Does this work on Omnia? How do I turn on the light?

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