Discussion in 'Windows Phone Software' started by brada55306, Feb 13, 2007.
i did not, is there a Smartphone version ? currently i use Yahoo.. since it's build-in.
Yea the smartphone version. You mean you are using the Yahoo! Go is that correct? I just go to my google home page on my IE on my Q to get the weather info. Just was looking at something to "customize" my baby.:laugh2:
you should try fizz weather a try...you can add it to your homescreen if you wanted
well, i get the daily forecast sms'ed to my phone.. in case i need more info i was using Weather Watcher, but then i saw the weather in Yahoo Go so if needed i look there..
Well after 2 minuets of use...its OVER! It couldn't find my location.... So back to the drawing board......
AFTER I DELETED FIZZ WEATHER I POWERED OFF MY Q AND IT COMES BACK UP AND SAYS NO LANGUAGE NO DAT FILE!? I SEARCHED IT AND THERE WAS ONLY 1 POST ABOUT WITH NO FOLLOW UP...I CAN'T DO ANYTHING! I CAN'T GET INTO THE START MENU TO CHANGE THE HOMESCREEN OR ANYTHING! HELP!!!!!!:frown:
EDIT***OMG! I GOT IT! WOW! I NEED A DRINK! 100% UP AND RUNNING!
you have to make sure it wasnt running in the background when you try to uninstall the program
kill it in task manager then uninstall it...you might have to reinstall then uninstall again
I got it, I had to sync then go in a delete it off my harddrive on my Q I thought I got it all.... but I guess not...
oh ok good!
do i hear a sigh of relief :}
who me!? :tounge:
yah... you my friend :}
haha not me!
i was not worried (was not my phone it didnt work on)
just glad the member got it off the phone without issue
On my PDA, I use Worldmate, it has weather, flight info, airlines, currency, yada yada yada I think it very nice. Does any know if there is a program like this for the Q, or has anyone created anything like this for the Q?
I use live search, from microsoft... actually pretty nice little app for your q. Check it out... there are dozens of weather apps out there if you care to look though...
i have not heard of a application that does all of the above..
I have heard of something similar, Pocket Express:
Does most of that stuff, pretty well too
Thanks, it looks good I have not tried it yet, but that points me in the right direction
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