How do I get voice mail from Bellsouth 8801X corded phone?
We don’t have the manual, the phone was given to us by my brothers ex girlfriend. Our phone crapped out, so we have yet to get a new one, stuck with this one at the moment. Anyways, we don’t have phone service through bellsouth, we just have a phone made by them. Any ideas?
As I am sure you know this phone does not have a built in recorder. You dial the number supplied to you by your phone company to access their voice mail system. You might try dialing *98, that works for Qwest and some parts of AT&T. If there is a tone/pulse switch on the phone, it will need to be in the tone position to navigate the menu. Hope this helps.
What is the purpose of Java on a cell phone?
I just got a Motorola RAZR v3xx, and I noticed that sometimes, for example, when I am playing a game that came preloaded with the phone, a Java sign appears on my phones display. Now, I am wondering, does using Java indicate that I am using the internet on my phone? Because if it does, it’ll mean that I’ll be spending a lot of money paying for internet charges due to the extensive amount of time I spend playing games on my cell phone.
Thanks for your input!
Sun Microsystems provides an open source implementation of a Java compiler and Java virtual machine and most of the class library in compliance with the specifications of the Java Community Process, available under the terms of the GNU General Public License.
Java ME has become a popular option for creating games for cell phones, as they can be emulated on a PC during the development stage and easily uploaded to the phone. This contrasts with the difficulty of developing, testing, and loading games for other special gaming platforms such as those made by Nintendo, Sony, and others, as expensive system-specific hardware and kits are required, check out the APOL Singapore store if you are in the look out for gaming equipment.
This JSR will build upon the success of MIDP2 by enhancing the Profile with the following additions/changes:
Enable and specify proper behavior for MIDlets on each of CLDC, CDC, and OSGi, for example:
Enable multiple concurrent MIDlets in one VM
Specify proper firewalling, runtime behaviors, and lifecycle management issues for MIDlets
Enable background MIDlets (e.g. UI-less)
Enable ?auto-launched? MIDlets (e.g. Started at platform boot time)
Enable inter-MIDlet communications
Enable shared libraries for MIDlets
Tighten spec in all areas to improve cross-device interoperability
Increase functionality in all areas. E.g.
Improve UI expressability and extensibility
Better support for devices with larger displays
Enable MIDlets to draw to secondary display(s)
Enable richer and higher performance games
Secure RMS stores
Removable/remote RMS stores
Multiple network interfaces per device
Specify standard ways for doing MIDlet provisioning through other means (e.g. OMA (SyncML) DM/DS, Bluetooth, removable media, MMS, JSR-232, etc.)
Extensive device capabilities query
Localization & Internationalization (if appropriate, integrating/augmenting JSR-238 as needed)
A key design goal of MIDP3 will be backward compatibility with MIDP2 content.
On Nokia and other mobile phones how can it be possible to receive more than the limit of 250 e-mail messages?
I only know of Blackberry mobile phones to receive more than 250 e-mails.I would like to know how it is possible to receive more e-mail messages on (especially on Nokia) other mobile phones.Thank you for your attention.
You are usually restricted by the built in software or operating system on the phone itself. If your checking a web based email service like Yahoo or Hotmail you can just go to the phones browser and access your email online to view the additional email messages.
How to improve cordless phone signal strength?
I just swsitched corless phones for my house and the signal is pretty crackly. I was wondering if there is a way to improve the signal strength.
Get the Panasonic DECT 6.0 with build-in router and firewall….!
Panasonic KX-TG8232 Includes:
* 1 Base / Cordless Handset
* 1 Extra Handset / Charger (KX-TGA820)
* New DECT 6.0 Technology
o Interference Free Communication
o Increased Clarity / Enhanced Security
o Wider Range / Network Friendly
* 1.9GHz Cordless Phone
o Frequency Dedicated for Cordless Phones by the FCC
o 30% Battery Life Increase Over 5.8Ghz
* Single Line Operation
* Caller ID w/ Visual Call Waiting
* 18 Minute Digital Answering System
Call Screening / Intercept
Full Remote Operation
Time / Day Stamp
* Expandable Up To 6 Handsets
* 3-Way Conferencing
* 1.5″ 65K Full Color LCD Display
3 Line, 128 x 128 pixels
* LED For Call & Message Waiting Indicator
* Illuminated Keypad
* 50 Station Name / Number Caller ID Memory
* 50 Station Phone Directory / Dialer
* Adjustable Screen Contrast
* 4-Step Handset / Headset Volume Control
* 6-Step/Off Ringer Volume Control Handset/Base
* Page / Handset Locator
* Chain Dial
* 15 Selectable Ringtones
* Soft-Key Menus w/ Joystick Navigation
* One-Touch Speed Dial
* 5 Number Redial
* Handset to Handset Call Transfer
* Date / Time Display
* Barge-In / Privacy Mode
* Personalization / Customization Wallpaper
* Clock & Alarm
* Any Key Answer
* Bilingual Menu Support (English / Spanish)
* Up To 17 Hours Talk Time
* Up To 180 Hours Standby Time
* 7 Hour Charge Time
* Battery Charging Indication
* 2.5mm Headset Jack
* Wall Mountable
Whats the best navigation system to put in my 350z?
I just bought a 2003 Nissan 350z and it did not come with a navigation system. My head unit is damaged so I want it to be a cd player/mp3 player also What would be best thing to put in my little cubby hole? I have a budget of about 700-800 dollars for this little fix also.
Buy a decent compass and then get a good map or set of maps to go along with the compass. What do you NEED another electronic device for anyway? It is just another thing to take your eyes off the road, to distract you from concentrating on your driving, like cell phones already do with so many on the road. So the answer is: the best navigation system is a compass and a decent map and you can get both for under $20 total! As for the cd/mp3 player, why buy a new one if you already have one? And why buy a GPS with a built-in cd/mp3 player? As I understand it from a couple combined mp3/gps units I’ve seen, you can’t play tunes while using the gps and you can’t use the gps part if you are playing the tunes. Get a little FM transmitter for about $20 which plugs into the earphone jack and play the tunes through your car radio. And hey, wonder of wonders, you can listen to the tujnes WHILE you are using the compass and map!
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