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If you want to remove Windows media player from your handset, just connect it your PC or laptop. After your PC recognizes your handset, just open it in my computer, and go to 'kjava' named folder and delete all files of windows media player.
check out this thread. near the bottom is an explanation to reset your phone back to default settings. you will lose all programs d/l so I suggest you sync your phone with your comp to save all your contacts first.
if you are worried about losing everything on your phone just sync it up with your computer and it will save all your contacts and pictures/music so after the reset you can put them back on your phone.
well the easiest solution is to get a micro sd card for 15 bucks and transfer them that way.
Did you download the drivers for your blackjack onto your computer is the next question.
assuming you did, and it is working correctly, just simply go to my computer (windows based) while plugged into your usb, you should be able to just file explore there. that will bring up your pictures.
(last suggestion, go to a cvs, walgreens, etc...and bluetooth them to a kodak picture kiosk, put them on a cd for 3 bucks.
Without seeing the error files, it's hard to say what the problem is, here's a few guesses
1. Did you type your contacts into the default contact list? This is the one at the top of the Outlook folder list. You should NOT create a subfolder because ActiveSync by default only synchronizes that one file.
2. You may have an antivirus or internet security program that is preventing ActiveSync from synching. This would show up in the error log. To try this, turn off:
- Any firewall programs (including the Windows default one)
- Any antivirus programs
- Any internet security programs
If this solves your problem you should add them back one by one to isolate the issue. Then when you find the problematic program, manually add ActiveSync to the list of always allowed applications.
Plug your phone in through the usb port and have the sync programmed installed, then on your phone go to start, applications, file explorer, and then go to the windows folder and search for something called internet sharing and then open it and then tell it to connect....i believe you have to pay for the internet on your phone service...but after you do all that it should work