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04 May

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If Tmobile systems are not able synchronize automatically between their billing systems and the mobile phone devices, we should not have to pay the price for it.

Can you leave your phone up and running for over 3 months without a restart? Although these phones initially shipped with WM5.0, T-Mobile (and HTC) eventually offered a free, supported upgrade to WM6.0. It also assumes that you know how to use your phone fairly well, as not everything is spelled out for you. All that said, I just turn the volume on the phone to ‘max’ and disable the Jog Bar entirely. That has historically been somewhat difficult on the Dash, but an upgraded graphic will cure those ails! SIMPLIFY THE HOME SCREEN (optional) The default WM6.1 home screen includes access to photos, music, and other things that I (personally) don’t use a whole lot on my phone.

It was a nice move on their part, and a worthy upgrade. —————————————- First of all, this write-up assumes that you have a fully-functioning T-Mobile Dash phone operating on the U. DISABLING THE JOG BAR (optional) The Dash features a touch-sensitive strip just right of the display. Actually, I like the idea, but it really doesn’t work well if you hold the phone up to your head with your right hand. Basically, it touches the side of your face and ends up turning the volume down in mid phone call. For whatever reason, they *never* thought to include another method for adjusting the volume on these phones.

My Faves appeared as 5 bubbles on my Blackberry screen.

I clicked the bubbles one at a time and entered 5 numbers that I called frequently.