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    blackjack II i617
  1. http://www.mobilejaw.com/articles/2...ile-61-devices/ setting up on my device now, ill let you know it if works! -ViTRoN- **EDIT: worked flawlessly!!!!! *** ***EDIT: check this out too http://forum.xda-developers.com/sho...t=422958&page=2 surfturtle came up with this and im posting from a tether right now. Followed his regedit to "HKLM\Comm\InternetSharing\Settings In here will be a value named "ForceCellConnection" Change "ATT ICS" to "" and reboot." changed isp.cingular to wap.cingular in the proxy section too! good luck all!
  2. https://techtrain.samsungwireless.com/tekwe...7_patch_xp.html http://ars.samsung.com/customer/usa/jsp/fa...mp;AT_ID=132706 i just found this! downloading now
  3. Mine did the same thing about 2 weeks after i got it. I had to take it back to Att and get a new one. I think there may be a flaw with a few mobiles
  4. I posted in another section, thought it might be helpful. If your screen will not unlock, press the (fn) button, I have noticed that the (fn) key still works when the keys are locked. If the (fn) key gets accidentally pressed 2 times, it locks the keys to the (fn) setting ie. a=/ b=# and so on. so when you are trying to press (s) it is actually pressing (*) which, strangely enough, dose not unlock the phone; you have to press (fn) and then press (s) to unlock the phone. This is just my understanding from trial and error.
  5. I posted in another section, thought it might be helpful. If your screen will not unlock, press the (fn) button, I have noticed that the (fn) key still works when the keys are locked. If the (fn) key gets accidentally pressed 2 times, it locks the keys to the (fn) setting ie. a=/ b=# and so on. so when you are trying to press (s) it is actually pressing (*) which, strangely enough, dose not unlock the phone; you have to press (fn) and then press (s) to unlock the phone. This is just my understanding from trial and error.
  6. If your screen will not unlock, press the (fn) button, I have noticed that the (fn) key still works when the keys are locked. If the (fn) key gets accidentally pressed 2 times, it locks the keys to the (fn) setting ie. a=/ b=# and so on. so when you are trying to press (s) it is actually pressing (*) which, strangely enough, dose not unlock the phone; you have to press (fn) and then press (s) to unlock the phone. This is just my understanding from trial and error.
  7. There is a program called SimManager http://www.1800pocketpc.com/2008/03/21/htc...nager-v625.html That will copy contacts both ways, from sim to phone and phone to sim. When copying from phone to sim make sure to go menu--> tools--> options and set which number you would like to associate with the name(ie home, mobile, work...) After you copy all the number you can go to settings --> phone --> all calls --> call options --> and then uncheck show sim contacts to hide duplicated contacts. This way you have a backup of all number on your sim incase the worst happens and your phone dies. I have attached the cab file. It is freeware htc_sim_manager_625.cab
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