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About Digão 100 Noção

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  • Birthday 09/17/1986

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    OmniaPro b7610
  1. Wellcome dude! Take a look at this section: http://www.modaco.com/category/411/b7610-o...610-modaco-com/ Almost all software designed for i8000 would work as well on your b7610, so take a look here too: http://www.modaco.com/category/410/i8000-v...000-modaco-com/ Tx!
  2. Hello everybody! As you all know, the i8000 has earned a dedicated forum on XDA-developers. Thinking about it there I created a thread on XDA asking the cooks on duty also cook for b7610 rather than just for the i8000 (since both have roughly the same hardware). :) I hope your support! Below is the link: http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?p=5498730 Tx.
  3. Hello man! I'v just added =D It's hard to find brasilians who have b7610..
  4. Hello man! CTRL+C --> CTRL+V from http://www.modaco.com/content/i8000-verizo...d-programs-faq/ (very usefull topic for the ones who have i8000 or b7610 like me) Photo Album: exclude unwanted folders * Open any registry editor, go to HKLM/Software/TecAce/PhotoAlbum/ExcludeFolders Add a new string value for every folder you want to exclude, you must give them the name of 000, 001, 002,... etc As string data you must add the folder address, you must separate folder with the symbol \ Example: If you want to exclude Program files folder, you have to make a new string value like "001" and you have to add \My storage\Program files Notice that you have to clean the thumbnails that Photo Album creates! You can use the clean option of SKTools Next time use the search.
  5. hello man! i'm brazilian too!! =D what you flashed, CSC, PDA?? well, i had the same problem after flashing (CSC).. to solve it, i did a hardreset after flashing (http://www.modaco.com/content/b7610-omnia-pro-b7610-modaco-com/300737/hard-resetting/) and the signal apears again! tell us if this work! asta la vista =D
  6. Hello! Most of the wireless network used at home and free hotspots are using 802.11g. There are now new broadband router now using 802.11n especially if you got it free from your Starhub Maxonline Plan. In Singapore and Malaysia, most broadband users are using Linksys, Dlink and Belkin. Omnia (i900, b7610..) is able to connect to wireless routers using 802.11g. There are some Omnia users who are unable to connect to this type of wireless router as their Omnia has been set to use 802.11B by default. Go download & install trial version of SKTools into Omnia, then run Tune Up! and select Network tab (at the bottom), you will see 'WLAN 802.11G support = NO', change it to YES will do. You can also configure your wireless router to use 802.11B & G. Linksys Wireless Router WRT54G You can set your wirless router to used both 802.11B and 802.11G. Go to Wireless > Basic Wireless Settings and select Wireless Network Mode and choose Mixed. For advanced users, you can also set to use it for B or G only. [from: http://www.pspmyspace.com/omnia/2008/12/wi...ion-failed.html] **Ctrl+C - Ctrl+V** That is the trick.. Do this and tell us what happen!! (It worked for my B7610 from Europe. I use it in Brazil)
  7. Hello! Most of the wireless network used at home and free hotspots are using 802.11g. There are now new broadband router now using 802.11n especially if you got it free from your Starhub Maxonline Plan. In Singapore and Malaysia, most broadband users are using Linksys, Dlink and Belkin. Omnia (i900, b7610..) is able to connect to wireless routers using 802.11g. There are some Omnia users who are unable to connect to this type of wireless router as their Omnia has been set to use 802.11B by default. Go download & install trial version of SKTools into Omnia, then run Tune Up! and select Network tab (at the bottom), you will see 'WLAN 802.11G support = NO', change it to YES will do. You can also configure your wireless router to use 802.11B & G. Linksys Wireless Router WRT54GYou can set your wirless router to used both 802.11B and 802.11G. Go to Wireless > Basic Wireless Settings and select Wireless Network Mode and choose Mixed. For advanced users, you can also set to use it for B or G only. [from: http://www.pspmyspace.com/omnia/2008/12/wi...ion-failed.html] **Ctrl+C - Ctrl+V** That is the trick.. Do this and tell us what happen!! (It worked for my B7610 from Europe. I use it in Brazil)
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