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Old 09-15-2008, 01:40 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi!

I have two questions regarding my 8800. They are quite simple (at least the first), but I have fail to find an answer. Can somebody help me...

1. Can I rearrange the Home Screen? I don't use the device for calling or SMSing and just want the Email and Calander icons? Is that possible to fix? I thus want to remove "Voice Mail", "Call Log" and "Text/Media Messages".

2. The Autotext issue. We have changed the computer system at the office and everything has been wipen out. Including resetting all devices, as my 8800. However, I did a backup of my device before. But know when I try to restore it, it just wont work. I have tried both "Full restore" and the "Advanced restore". The Autotext backup-file shows in the left box (the backup at the PC), but it is greyish on the right box (at the device). At the comment below the box, it says that the grey databases (the Autotext is grey in the right box) are wirelessly synchronized and therefore readonly files. But I have checked all settings at the device, and I cant\t find anything about wireless synchronization of Autotext post.

I am completely lost here. Help... Any experts out there_

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Old 09-15-2008, 07:37 PM   #2 (permalink)
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To answer your first question, highlight the icon you want to move or hide, click the menu button (the one to the left of the trackwheel) and select move or hide, whichever you prefer.

You can always unhide applications by following the same process.
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