Discussion in 'Windows Phone Software' started by brada55306, Aug 4, 2007.
In the words of the musical 'Grease' tell me more... tell me more...
Iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii guess I could do a search and find out too.... but, I'm wondering how dialing a number can tie into an app. and... well my mind is spinning. What are the possibilities? Why has no one stepped forth and advised me of such a promising feature?!?! I feel, like the last kid picked in dodgeball...
if i remember correctly you highlight to app you want in your start menu and hit the right soft key and it should say 'speed dial' or something along those lines
Right! I remember seeing that now. I was wondering what that was all about. So, by dialing you turn it on and off? How do you remember which number goes with each app? Are you a super genius?
yea just like the speed dial to your VM hold the number will start the app
so with candlelight it will just dim the app when activated
you would have to remember what is what
Alrighty. I'll keep this in mind. Thanks, bud.
I am on mobile now and lost the link to orange.dll. does any one now it or where I can download it on my phone?
-Sent from my Q9c
dag, that was quick. thanks.I am trying to get the google plugin to work on my home screen with sliding panels. what do you think?
dont have 6.1 cant really help there
-Sent from my Q9c
Thanks. What does it do? Show a dialpad w alpha so you can convert as you dial?
I read somewhere about the Q (I have Q9c) automatically converting to the correct numbers if you hit Fn then just type the regular letters. I'm pretty sure I tried it a couple times and it worked, but now I can't get it to work... Anyone know?
Hmm, yeah, I just tried to download the trial and was informed (before download, fortunately) that Q9c is not supported. Anyone know anything else about this? Any other comparable apps?
*Chronos Clock - Doubles as a screen saver that locks my phone; love that!
*GSPlayer - Free Media Player with very small memory footprint
*Audible Player/Audible Air - Listen to the New York Times every day with it
*BeyondPod - Great for RSS and Podcasts
*Esmertec Jbed - Make OperaMini Possible on Q
*OperaMini - best mobile browser
*Documents to Go - From what I've read, we Q9 owners are lucky that Motorola loaded this instead of the stock Microsoft version
*Papyrus - let's face it, the stock calendar and to do functions are horrible
*Funambol - free push email
*Motorola Q Flashlight - just used it to navigate through a power outage in the Washington, DC metro system; I was glad to have it, and so were the people on the stairs with me.
motorola q form
This is very good software. The software can automaticaly connect to the desired number if someone type the regular number.this software works like as speed dial to our phones.
Used Apple Mac Laptops
what in the where now?
Do they have Babel fish for Broken English to English???
i dont know but if they do and you find it hook me up:laugh2:
I just installed this flashlight and it works but I am not sure I did it right because I have to go to file manager to get to it? Is there a way to make a shortcut to it? And while I am here can someone stear me to a "how to link" for dummies on installing these third party apps?:angry: And I have been searching but mainly I just keep finding new apps I want and not much info on installing them.:embarassed:
If the apps have .exe files you have to sync and run the .exe from your computer to install. If they are .cab files you can transfer them to the Q (WITHOUT opening or unzipping them) and then click on them on the phone to start the install process.
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