Quick Fix for Windows Mobile Devices with Connection Manager on Bootup

When you start up your Windows Mobile device (with a custom ROM) in Canada and probably some other parts of the world, the handy little wizard will tell you that there’s no operator in the database, with a message like this: "The operator does not exist in the database. Please contact your operator for the connection settings". If you want to fix it, just do this: Start->Settings->Connections->Connection Wizard->Menu->untick auto check

October 18, 2008 · 1 min · 70 words · Matt G

Fix SMS Time Issues on Rogers/FIDO Unlocked GSM/3G Windows Mobile 5/6 SmartPhones/PocketPC’s

FIX: You need to add this to the registry: Go to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\OEM\PhoneSetting\ Add a dword key TrustTimeZoneField and give it a dword value of 0 then soft reset your phone. enjoy! Comments Comment by Andrew on 2008-04-25 20:13:23 -0500 Hmm, once in “Software” I cannot find an “OEM” folder. What am I doing wrong? Comment by Matt G on 2008-04-27 23:04:22 -0500 If you don’t have this, you’ll have to create it....

April 14, 2008 · 3 min · 518 words · Matt G

Enable the Hidden VOIP Features of Windows Mobile 6.x for Free* VOIP Calls using Asterisk

Tonight I was playing around with my new HTC TYTN (ATT TILT) and found this blog explained there’s a hidden feature on Windows Mobile – an included VOIP client. REALLY? yup. FREE? yup. Not kidding. It’s pretty easy to install too, just follow these steps, and then you’re up and running in no time making crystal clear VOIP over WIFI calls. Note, you will need a membership to XDA Developers to gain the best of this....

March 29, 2008 · 8 min · 1563 words · Matt G