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How to download images automatically on windows mobile?

9th December 2010, 09:45 AM   |  #81  
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Anyone?
Any Updates....??

I guess it will never work... :(
11th February 2011, 03:10 AM   |  #82  
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Really Microsoft, WTF? Why is scrolling disabled? I've never heard of getting a virus from scrolling.
11th February 2011, 03:11 AM   |  #83  
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I've tried all kinds of Dwords in various forms and still nothing!!! WTF? Could it be a key entry? I'm out of ideas.
12th February 2011, 03:28 AM   |  #84  
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Originally Posted by cbeenhackker

Any Updates....??

I guess it will never work... :(

http://www.microsoft.com/windowsphon...phone-6-5.aspx Go to this link, scroll all the way to the bottom and comment about this issue; If we all bitch about it maybe M$ will give us a fix.
12th February 2011, 03:15 PM   |  #85  
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Originally Posted by sansnil

I get the same results on my Treo Pro2 (stock 6.5 ROM) -- I still have to manually download the content but it looks like only the first time. We're half-way there. Now I just wonder how you could make the email always do it the first time...

It's a step forward but if you reset your phone, guess what? You have to re-download it all over again.
16th February 2011, 12:52 AM   |  #86  
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Originally Posted by barathn

Me 2.. i hate to click download pics everytime i open the message. if anybody has any reg hacks..let me know.. The downloaded picture is getting stored to \Windows\Profiles\Default\Temporary Internet Files.. .. Is there a way to change the place where it download the images.. coz.. in built storage is limited.

That's funny, under profiles theres a folder named "guest" and not "Default". Everything under Temporary Internet Files say "Desktop". under cookies the are all marked "guest" as well. WTF?
22nd March 2012, 06:20 PM   |  #87  
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Well, I'm at it again. I'm scouring the net trying to find the solution to the embedded picture problem, but this time I'm doing it for the Samsung Galaxy Note that I bought. The last time we discussed this issue it was with the HTC HD2. I gave up on that phone after one month. I sold it for exactly half of what i paid for it. I kept the iPhone 3gs that I had at that time and with the money I got from selling the HTC, I took a flight to the Philippines and had a rock star weekend. Fast forward now to March 23, 2012 and I'm right back where I started. However, this time I've shelled out $650.00 for the massive Samsung Galaxy Note. Also, I sold the 3gs and got an iPhone 4. The Galaxy Note does everything but wash dishes. It's truly amazing, but guess what? It too can't display embedded photos within email. So, this was never just a Windows thing. It's also an Android thing. I'm now walking around with the iPhone 4 and the Note. What I wanted to do was get rid of my iPhone, but alas, it's not going to happen. The iPhone's mail client is excellent and it's the best for viewing photos within an email. At least this is my opinion. It's almost been 3 years since my last post and you would think that smartphones would have gotten smarter, but it doesn't seem to be the case. I even had the Galaxy S2 for about 3 months. None of them do what Apple does.

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