All About Symbian - Nokia (S60) and Sony Ericsson (UIQ) smartphones unwrapped

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Old 02-01-2003, 01:32 AM
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P800 TIPS & TRICKS!

How to connect to your internet DSL connection through Bluetooth on your P800:

1) Download this Java browser and install it on your P800 http://www.reqwireless.com/webviewer.html

2) Set up your bluetooth connection on your PC and P800. Make sure that the bluetooth icon on your P800 shows that you're connected.

3) Open the reqwireless WebViewer while you're connected to bluetooth and VOILA, off you go surfing the web for free. Normally when you use the WebViewer you should see a GPRS icon at the bottom of your phone, but now you don't, which means you're surfing the web through bluetooth and your PC's internet connection!

Try this little trick out folks, and let me know if it works for you too!

4) To make it work with the built-in browser you need to delete your INTERNET ACCOUNT SETTINGS.

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Old 02-01-2003, 07:20 PM
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why we dowload this sofware "webviewer"

the p800 have the web inclu in the phone we have not need this one

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Old 02-01-2003, 07:37 PM
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Try to compare the WebViewer to the built in P800 browser and you will see why.

It's about twice as fast and it's easier to use for just browsing.
Besides, it recognizes the Bluetooth connection without any hassle.
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How do you do this with macosx

How do you do this on a mac with macosx

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You need webviewer because its better and the builtin browser recognizes your operator GPRS setings and uses them to connect to net.
About the mac issue? All you need to do is setup internet sharing on your box and folow the steps described by Raven.
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Another nice trick: to get access to the service menu, use the following combination: turn jog dial up ,*,down, down,*,down,*

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Old 03-01-2003, 11:21 PM
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Another nice trick: to get access to the service menu, use the following combination: turn jog dial up ,*,down, down,*,down,*
gr8 tips!

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Old 05-01-2003, 02:43 AM
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Try to compare the WebViewer to the built in P800 browser and you will see why.

It's about twice as fast and it's easier to use for just browsing.
Besides, it recognizes the Bluetooth connection without any hassle.
The Webviewer MIDP app does all access towards a dedicated proxy server owned by its vendor, from how I understand this it never directly accesses a web server. That's how they can display a 500k JPG off a page in a few seconds, the size reduction takes place on the proxy and only data appropriate for the actual device gets sent over, they can use whatever private protocol between the proxy and browser. This principle was a hot topic in research a few years a ago. Seems this browser is among the first for mobile devices that exploit this. Since all traffic flow through the vendors server all sorts of data mining techniques and tollgating could be applied by such a browser vendor.

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I'm sure that it is the case with .pdf files.I dont think that they use their proxy server for normal browsing.
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I'm sure that it is the case with .pdf files.I dont think that they use their proxy server for normal browsing.
With WV you can just see a little subset of HTML tags, so this is the first compression WV make, also I think they could use a bXML protocol to reduce more the BW. And, more, you see a reduced version of every image you load, in size and in bit-depth (look at WV settings).
The result is a more quick browser than the internal...

You can see also a new (coming) version of Opera with this approach:
http://www.opera.com/products/smartphone/smallscreen/

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Another nice trick: to get access to the service menu, use the following combination: turn jog dial up ,*,down, down,*,down,*
How the H$!! did you figure that out, amazing...
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hihihi
why do you make this
go to the applications
tape view
after system information
and for the emei on the flip tape *#06#

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Another nice trick: to get access to the service menu, use the following combination: turn jog dial up ,*,down, down,*,down,*
How the H$!! did you figure that out, amazing...
All Ericsson phones had the same code to access the service menu:

> * < < * < * (Where < & > are the arrow keys)

Just translate them into the jog dial rotational directions!

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Hi,,
Ok i downLoaded the

WebViewer

I downLoaded the

WebViewer.jad
WebViewer.jar

How do i install them on the p800 ? :\

thanks

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Hello,

You just have to transfer the .jar file to your P800. You can do this using IR, Bluetooth, USB or just send the file to your phone as an e-mail attachment.
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