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Old 09-12-2008, 07:15 PM   #1 (permalink)
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As you can see I am a newbie and I have a question. I have searched the site, but haven't found an answer.

We (wife and I) are leaving for San Francisco tomorrow morning. Is it possible to have the device turned on and the phone turned off?

I love this new toy and would love to play with it on the plane enroute to San Fran.

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Manage Connections > Turn all connections off.
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Or turn Wireless Off, or Airplane Mode (I don't have a Curve, so I'm just guessing...)
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Thank you, Penguin and noel!

I'm sure this will work.

BTW, are either of you located between Chicago and San Fran, in case this doesn't work I will need a ride the rest of the way to San Fran.
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In the applications list you can hit "Manage Connections" and un-check mobile network or just hit "turn all connections off"
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