Good morning, I have the sony ericsson K810 and one day I activate by mistake the RSS Feeds when I was in the internet explorer, and now I have a small icon that says RSS when I am in the main view of the phone, right on top of the screen, next to the"signal strength" icon.
How can I deactivate or eliminate this icon from my cell screen?
How to add RSS channel to the RSS reader (K610/K790/K800/W830/W850/Z550 series)
In order to add an RSS channel to the RSS reader do as follows:
1. Go to [MESSAGING], press "Select"
2. Scroll to [RSS READER], press "Select"
3. PRESS [ADD]
4. Enter the RSS address
5. Press [GO TO]
6. The phone will automaticaly connect with the selected page, and the RSS address will be added.
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RSS feeds are live bookmarks, which Web browser use to allow
you to play back video from video sharing websites such as YouTube, Google, and
Whenever you click an RSS feed, it links you to the original
web browsers allow you to add a number of RSS feeds, you can also remove the
ones that you no longer want to so as to help you organize your live bookmarks.
Launch Internet Explorer and click the Favorites button located on the top of
your browser. Right
click the gray toolbar if you do not see the Favorites button.
Click the Favorites Bar option.
You should see the Favorites button.
Click the Feeds tab.
You should see a list of the RSS feeds downloaded on your
Right click the feed you want to remove and click Delete.
Repeat this same process to delete additional RSS feeds. Close
Favorites when you finish.
Easily - check out http://www.tomykindle.com - lets you build a list of RSS feeds then checks them every hour to send the fresh content directly to your kindle (wifi is enough, no whispernet required).
This is a problem with Microsoft's RSS Feed Reader. As most people use a different Reader (or don't use RSS at all) this can be disabled. Please follow the instructions below to disable it.
Open Internet Explorer.
Click Tools>>then Internet Options.
Click on the Content tab.
At the bottom, under the Feeds section, click Settings.
Uncheck all boxes and click OK.
Click OK to close the window.
Close Internet Explorer and reopen.