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One of the things that really bothered me about the Eten Glofiish M800 is the touch-sensitive buttons. It’s a great device but those buttons are really sensitive to the touch such that when you brush against them, they activate the various applications tied to them. Which can be really troublesome at times. Even I got […]

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Unbrick Your Eten Glofiish

Did you do a ROM upgrade with a cooked ROM recently and it bricked your device? That usually happens when you flash your device with a ROM that was not meant for your device. Scenarios include flashing your Glofiish X500 with a Glofiish X500+ ROM or even a Glofiish M800 ROM. When this happens, your […]

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Speed Up Internet Explorer

When you surf the web, do you find that it can sometimes take a long time to locate the web address that you just entered but once it does locate it, you can get the contents of the site so much faster? Is there something wrong with your device? Well not really. It’s just been […]

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Hard resetting a device can be done in 2 ways on an Eten Glofiish. There’s the software version where you just tap on Default Settings in the Programs > Utilities folder, enter the numbers shown and the hard reset process gets underway. But if you messed up your device to the point that you cannot […]

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Doing a clean install is really great because your Pocket PC will not get loaded with all the unnecessary applications that would take up your precious main memory storage space. However, not all those applications, in this case the Eten applications, are useless. For me, I prefer having the GPS Viewer and Satellite Data Update […]

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GPS vs aGPS

If you are looking to purchase a phone with a global position system, then you might have come across the terms GPS and aGPS. Is one better than the other? What are the differences? What do they mean and which one should I choose? These are just some of the questions that may have crossed […]

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Adding Sound Files

Sometimes, the sound files available for your choosing just doesn’t measure up. When this happens, you tend to customize or add your own but how do you do it in Windows Mobile? Well there are 2 ways to do so, depending on which format your file is in.
Method 1: MP3
If the file is in […]

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Setup Email On Windows Mobile

I am not really much of an email on the go kind of person, or a user who enters a lot of data at one go with my device. That’s because, I do not have a QWERTY keyboard and all those SIPs out there just don’t cut it for me to write long emails. That […]

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Let’s Cook A ROM

The last ROM for the X500 came out in May 2007 or so and since then, there has not been a newer one available. It looks like ETEN has stopped developing ROMs for the X500 which is why I have decided to take matters into my own hands. I have decided to cook my own […]

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A couple of months back, I wrote about the steps you should undertake when doing a ROM upgrade. It gave you a 3 step procedure, that when followed, will provide you with a smooth ROM upgrade process. However, it seems that a lot of people are having some problems with their ROM upgrades which bricks […]

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Don’t Voice Record To SD Card

How many of you use your Pocket PC devices to record audio notes, be it for reminders or something else? I used to be one such user for a while until I felt it was easier to just enter the data into my personal information manager (PIM). Anyways for those of you still using audio […]

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Have you ever taken your device out for a road trip, using it’s navigation hardware and software extensively, only to find that at the end of the trip (or even during the trip if your trip is a long one) that your main memory has dropped? I have and it took me quite a while […]

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We’ve finally come to Part V of our Beginner’s Guide Series and I hope that those who have been reading it have found it useful. If this is your first time reading this series, then I would urge you to read up Parts I, II, III and IV before moving on to V as it […]

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So over the last 3 weeks, we’ve been covering the Beginner’s Guide To Pocket PC and we sure hope that you found it useful. Just a quick recap for those who are seeing this series for the first time. Part I covered factors for consideration when choosing a Pocket PC as well as basic maintenance […]

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The month of December sees an increase in Pocket PC purchases due to Christmas and bonuses. Then again, this month sees a surge in purchases in just about any category for that matter. Thus, we have decided to do a Beginner’s Guide To Pocket PC for this month to help new users get familiarized with […]

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Upgrading ROM For Vista Users

There seems to be a common problem that Vista users are facing when it comes to ROM upgrading. And this problem does not just plague Eten Glofiish users but just about any Pocket PC user I know who is running Windows Vista. Until Microsoft fixes this problem (in the upcoming SP1 patch), you are only […]

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For the month of December 2007, we’ll be doing a Beginner’s Guide To Pocket PC. Through this guide, we hope to help those new to the Windows Mobile platform get familiarized with with the system as well as to maximise it to suit their needs. Last week, we covered how you should choose your Pocket […]

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The end of the year is usually the time when the number of Pocket PC users grow more than in previous months. Whether it’s the season of giving with Christmas, the year-end bonuses allows for a bigger budget, or a dedication to oneself to be more organized, Pocket PC sales (and the sale of other […]

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Play YouTube On Windows Mobile

Playing YouTube (or any flash video for that matter) has long been a disadvantage for Pocket PC users. Even with Windows Mobile 6, Flash support is not built into the operating system, which is a shame considering how more and more sites nowadays have flash video embedded in them. There were some solutions with regards […]

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Static Navigation Explained

Do you use GPS on your Windows Mobile device extensively? Is your use mainly while driving or walking or a mixture of both. For high-speeds movement such as when you are driving, it would seem that your GPS chip works great but when you are on foot, it might seem otherwise. Why is it that […]

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