On a recent post at MEX you will find ways on how to minimise and sometimes depending on your location totally avoid data charges. If you have a mobile phone that supports WiFi this is a must read for you.
The Adobe Mobile and Devices User Group of Boston, Australia and Brazil launched a Flash Lite Contest 2006. The deadline for submitting applications is 11 PM EST on February 28th 2007.
All submitted content will have the chance to be evaluated for distribution through the Moket Content Network.
You also get rewarded with prizes:
- Best Overall Flash Lite content: A Nokia of your choice (up to 500 US$)
- Best iRiver Flash Lite content: Adobe software of your choice (up to 2000 US$)
- Best Application: iRiver
- Best Animation: Adobe software of your choice (up to 2000 US$)
- Best Flash Lite Site: Adobe software of your choice (up to 2000 US$)
Flash Lite categories:
- Animations: Wallpaper, Screensaver
- Flash Lite 1.1 Web Sites
- Flash Lite content for iRiver (games and applications)
So get cracking.
2 (Search phone memory only)search for the file MMCSTORE in phonememory using seleq software’s inbuilt search or search manually in folders either C:/SYSTEM/DATA or C:/SYSTEM/
Search by giving the search item as mmcstore.* or mmcstore.dat (better manually locate)(Seleq represents phone memory as c drive and mmc as E drive)
3 when you find it, send it to your PC by using send option in seleq.
4 on PC, open the file with Notepad, or any word processor
5 There goes your password.Ignore spaces and any unidentificable unknown (non english) charecters.
You can only recover the password of the MMC card set on your phone. If the password for the card was set on another phone you would have to apply the above procedure on the phone which originally set the MMC password. That is to say you can’t insert the MMC card into another phone and search the phonememory for the password there.
Search engine, Ask.com, has launched a new and free mobile service that enables users to search the Web on any Web-enabled device including mobile phones, Blackberries and PDAs.
Ask Mobile Content, the new service has a special interface developed specifically to save mobile users significant keystrokes while surfing the Internet on their mobile devices.
A simple graphical explanation that goes straight to the point here.
New Features of Python S60 1.3.11 include
- Full source-code release and open source licensing
- Inbox module for listening to and parsing incoming SMS messages
- Expanded audio API
- Focus-event notification
- New Active Object timer service
- Support for SVG images (S60 3rd Edition only)
The N95 SDK is out get your hands on it now. The FP1 contains the S60 device emulator, API implementations, documentation, and sample applications as previous SDK’s.
Now you can. Fork Factory is putting the word out and they are looking for people like you to test phones, services and other mobile content for telecomunication carriers. As an incentive they are also offering cool prizes like an iPod Photo, a PSP, a Motorola RAZR phone, iTunes gift certificates and free mobile subscriptions to their new Fork site.
If you don’t make it as a tester the site still sound like fun read the faq for deatails.