Monday, November 22, 2010

Setup Instructions : Google Sync - Google Mobile Help

Setup Instructions : Google Sync - Google Mobile Help

Before you start:
* We strongly recommend that you back up any data from your phone using the Nokia PC Suite or other phone management software.
* You'll also need to make sure that your phone is compatible with Mail for Exchange and that you've downloaded the latest version.

To configure the Mail for Exchange application for Google Sync, follow these steps:

  1. Open the MfE folder on your phone and start the Mail for Exchange application.
  2. Select Yes when prompted to create a new Sync profile.

  3. Configure the profile with the following settings:

    * Connection
    • Exchange Server:
    • Secure Connection: Yes
    • Access Point: your carrier's Internet access point
    • Sync while roaming: your preferred setting
    • Use default port: Yes

    * Credentials
    • Username: Your full Google email address, e.g.
    • Password: Your Google Account password
    • Domain: leave empty
    * Sync schedule
    • Decide when you want synchronization to happen. Leaving this Always On will ensure your data is always current, but will also consume more battery than other settings.

    * Calendar
    • Synchronize Calendar: Enable or disable
    • Sync Calendar back: your preference
    • Initial Sync: Decide if you want to keep existing Calendar events on your phone or replace them all with events synced from Google Calendar.
    * Tasks
    • Synchronize Tasks: No (currently not supported by Google Sync)
    * Contacts
    • Synchronize Contacts: Enable or Disable
    • Initial Sync: Decide if you want to keep existing Contacts on your phone or replace them all with contacts synced from Google.
    * E-mail
    • Synchronize Email: Enable or Disable
    • E-mail address (default based on profile)
    • Show new mail popup (yes/no)
    • Use signature (default to no)
    • Signature
    • When sending mail (default: send immediately; alternative is send at next sync only)
    • Sync messages back (default: 3 days; alternatives are 1 day, 1 week, 2 weeks, 1 month, all messages)

Sunday, November 21, 2010

Installing my e71 again..

Installing my e71 again.. [part 1]

I went to the shop and fixed my e71
it had a number of issues with it, least of which was the "no gps" most of which included "can't hear call waiting and finally - doe not sync calendar" which finished me completely.

So it's that time again.

First thing i did was take pictures of the screens so i know what to install

However since they completely changed my phone i need a new IEMI certificate for my new phone for all the apps i installed that are not free or cracked etc..
of which there are a lot.

So to summarize the tasks:

1) Install the PCSuit files
2) get a new developers certificate
3) setup the general/personalization
4) install apps

PCSuit installed the new versions
  • MMSSync v1.0
setup all the general data

Handy Taskman + crack allows me to have a normal task manager in my mobile allowing me to kill or end processes.

two accounts (both gmail) : one is my PC main mail that i setup as to be read once an hour in case my PC has connectivity issues or is shutdown, in which case the mobile will pickup the mail
this setup is
Delete: pc & mobile to maintain filters ahead of time when possible
Notification : Alarm 2.aac

other account: is my mobile mail
how i set it up
in google i created a filter and setup certain mail to not go through the filter, everything else goes through it.
the filter is apptly named MOBILE
and this filter has a rule forwarding all the MOBILE to another gmail account that is essentially only for my mobile mail.

Nokia Messaging: allows me to read data off of imap v4, which is my corporate account.

Next install WhatsApp (WhatsApp_2_1_15.sis) which allows most phones (iphone, bb and nokia s60) to converse between them - this is basically messenger service where all you need is someone's tel number to communicate with them

Opera Mobile - a great browser - very important to have multiple browsers on your phone for different web experiences