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Saturday, 25.03.06
THOUGHT: Has Orange hijacked MSN Messenger on its SPV M600? [UPDATE]
Posted by Arne Hess - at 20:36 CET under 09 - Thoughts

As reports, Orange removed the MSN Messenger client from its latest Windows Mobile Pocket PC Phone Edition, the Orange M600 (aka HTC Prophet) which is, if true, a bad decision at all but Orange isn't the first one who did it. Also T-Mobile made this mistake (partly) by removing some core-MSN Messenger functionalities in the initial ROM of the MDA Pro (HTC Universal) and also Vodafone Germany completely removed MSN Messenger from it's VPA compact II (HTC Wizard).
If the core application aka .EXE is removed from the ROM, also my previous tip doesn't helps anymore to get MSN Messenger back to your Start menu, to run it without running MSN Mobile.

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Friday, 17.03.06
THOUGHT: Why does my car kit still not support A2DP where it would offer so many new use cases
Posted by Arne Hess - at 17:07 CET under 09 - Thoughts

Now, after I got the Bluetooth contacts sync between my car kit and my Windows Mobile devices fixed, I wish my car kit would also support the Bluetooth A2DP profile - as I dreamed about before already - and not because of music playback only but for another interesting reason.
Since the CeBIT, I'm using a pre-production Xda neo (thanks to O2 for the support) and Destinator 6 (thanks to Destinator Technologies for providing the Beta) and as good as Destinator 6 works, compared to all the previous versions and competitor products, Pocket PC navigation always has one serious problem, compared to an inbuilt car navigation system: the audio output is always too silent, especially if you listen your music "a little bit louder".

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Wednesday, 15.03.06
THOUGHT: What's wrong with Samsung's i320 BlackBerry competitor?
Posted by Arne Hess - at 20:48 CET under 09 - Thoughts

Okay, the Samsung SGH-i320 Windows Mobile Smartphone BlackBerry "killer" appeared first at last month's 3GSM Congress in Barcelona and was shown there with two working samples the first day. However, the second day, it disappeared from the Samsung stand and where the i320 was showed the day before, Samsung placed two other Windows Mobile devices.
Everybody who was asked what happened with the i320 hadn't had anything to say, even if it was officially announced through Samsung's press release. All I got was that I should wait for the CeBIT.

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