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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.
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There are two ways to enter contacts on the blackjack i 607 on your PC. The first one is outlook and the second one that I would recemend is call Mobile Back-Up. It is a service that AT&T offers it will back your contacts to a server in case you lose your device. It also allows you to create, edit and delete contacts via the internet. The service is $1.99 a month. mobilebackup.att.com
That is correct. The WM 10 on the Blackjack only supports MP4's and WMV's. You can download Windows Media Encoder and set it to 320x240 screen size and set the quality to pocket pc settings and it should play. You can Google this subject and find more info. I encoded an hour long, 720mb file down to 60mb... fits on a Micro SD card and looks pretty good.
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.