04-30-2007, 01:01 AM
| | Re: RAZR V3m --- 1. Startup Volume, 2. Bluetooth to computer, 3. programming question
<+@!^#.com> wrote in message
> On Tue, 17 Apr 2007 03:53:39 GMT, John Navas
> <email@example.com> wrote:
>>On Mon, 16 Apr 2007 23:13:36 GMT, "Thomas G. Marshall"
>><firstname.lastname@example.org l.com> wrote in
>>>RAZR V3m s/w ver. "NEWC_01.09.02"
>>>Having trouble understanding the manual. 3 distinct questions:
>>>1. How do I axe that stupid startup and shutdown (in my case verizon)
>>>without switching to vibrate only?
>>>2. The verizon reps say that verizon has blocked the phone's ability to
>>>BT connection to a computer, because they were "afraid of people swapping
>>>ringtones etc. for free." If this is true, is there a non-verizon driver
>>>addon that I can load this phone with instead to put that ability back?
>>>3. I'm a java software engineer.....are RAZR's easily configured with
>>Use Google to search for Motorola "modding" sites.
*If* your goal is to tell me that I should have done more research via
google before asking here, then your reply is not appreciated.
Two issues make using usenet valuable in this particular regard: The term
"modding" was different from addons and applet, etc., so I didn't know the
best approach for searching to begin with. And even if I did, the question
was whether or not it was /easily/ configured with custom java applications,
something I wanted to talk about with someone with experience in that
context. I specifically directed this to a conversational resource for that
While not as many as some, In 12 years or so I have over 3000 technical
posts (programming) in usenet helping people. I've discovered this notion
that usenet is a help desk only for those who research a topic fully to be
common, but thankfully not dominantly so. Usenet is a conversational
resource, and conversations do *not* necessitate prior research, regardless
of how some will appoint themselves the teachers of men to fish.