Think you guys are looking too hard for a difficult answer when a simple one should do it, I fixed this problem of the light not flashing by going to settings>personal>sounds n notifications>new test message...and check flash light, I also uncheck display message on screen since this causes a second delay at inopportune moments when youre in the middle of doing something.
[Proxy] Use Proxy On Local Names Check=1 HTTP Server=wireless.cingular.com HTTPS server=wireless.cingular.com Use HTTP=1 Use HTTPS=1 Enable HTTP 1.1 for proxy=1
OK. Last three things I need to get my PERFECT ROM together for me.
GPS LAG Gone (no setting I choose fixes it, I have given up on it for now)
Cellular Video/ mobit tv Will Not work. When I use Opera, I get the website does not exist. Using IE6, it navigate to the media net home no probs, just doesn't show any CV link. And when I navigate to cingularvideo.cingular.com it displays a weird huge length of xml coding... I have the user agent set to HTC-P4600 as I should, and have tried everything from the opera.ini fix to other tweaks. I am clueless here, don't even know where to start,
and the damn t9. All I want is the black box gone and the auto suggestion from the settings to work. I don't know if that is the t9 thing, but I am used to my Tilt and when I type with that, words pop up in a list as i am typing and I can than click on what I want... just want that futionality back
I thought suggestion was apart of t9, am trying not cooking it in right now! except I think I put ezinput in, oh well... just testing anyway. I thought I say a post somewhere that sad working cv and mobitv, couldn't find it anywhere!! damn forum search... lol. Anywho, my problem with opera is that it won't even go to the media net home page, and is the fuze not designed to play the cellular video through ie? That's what I am used to from the kaiser. Cause the CV won't work in either IE or opera, which is leading to me to think that I have done something else somewhere else
CV works fine with IE if you load the hidden proxy and if you set the MSHTML registry setting to 0.. but that makes it load in the old IE Mobile engine
You can get it to work with IE 6/8 by setting it to desktop view rather than mobile view.. problem is, it changes the user agent when you set it to desktop view.. ive gotten it to work after switching back and forth a few times..
If we can finger out where IE 6/8 stores it's Desktop user agent, then it would work jussa fine
<setting key="HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Security\Internet Explorer\User Agent" name="CustomBase" type="string"> <title>User Agent custom base</title> <description>User Agent string used by Internet Explorer to identify device on Web sites.</description> <values default="Mozilla/4.0" />
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