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Old 12-28-2008, 11:21 PM   #1 (permalink)
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1) how do i make the digital clock as a screen saver?
2) when i wanna text a phone number .. i can only press one number and it goes right back to letters how to i keep it on numbers?
3) how do i adjust the volume for my headphones on my music player i can barely hear it
4) i saw someone posted backrounds how do i send them to myself of my computer?

i think i should purchase storm for dummies
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Old 12-28-2008, 11:35 PM   #2 (permalink)
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I'll take a stab at 2:
2) You are pressing the "123" button for a short period of time which allows you to input one numeric character before switching back to ABC. Press and hold the "123" button on the keyboard for a sec. This will switch to the numeric pad and will stay that way until you press it again to deactivate
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3) Use the volume rocker on the left side of the phone, hold the top button down and it will ask you if you would like to enable audio boost.
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4) Email them to yourself you can use your [email address] address or whatever address that you have, save it to your media card. And then when on the home screen , click options/ and then click set wallpaper ... Select the folder where you saved your picture.
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1) To the best of my knowledge the clock only automatically appears when the device is plugged in to a USB cable or the Dock. The OS doesn't have a "Screen Saver" feature that functions like a PC.
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thanks for all your help i feel im getting better at this !
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There is a nice 3rd party clock screen-saver called Vorino Clock. I have not checked its compatibility with the Storm but it presents almost identically to the resident clock. See if you can get it on trial from one of the software sites. I used it with my 8703e and loved it. Haven't bothered trying it with the Storm yet. 73
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