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How do i stop my HTC pro 2 from automatically checking my emails?

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Go into ActiveSync and click Options -> Schedule. Change Peak Times to Manually, or a longer interval...

Posted on Aug 22, 2010

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Im not getting my email on my phone not sure what the problem is ?


You need the mobile network or WiFi enabled, then be sure to have the correct password of the account, then check the frequence of sync (it can be set to manual and you want automatically). Even port and protocol if wrong can stop the download of your email.

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You can easily unlock HTC Touch Pro2. Just insert Invalid Sim card. it will ask you for unlock code. Enter unlock code. Your Locked Touch Pro will be Unlocked and able to accept any GSM Sim card.

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Does anyone have a solution for the error code 920 when trying to sign on to Google Talk on an HTC Touch Pro 2? Device: HTC Touch Pro 2 Carrier: T-mobile


Thanks for visiting FixYa!

If no one else has a better solution, you may want to try this:

1) Clear all cookies and your cache from your phone's browser and re-boot your phone.

2) Sign into your Google e-mail account. (A 'cookie' from Google will be sent to your phone when you do.)

3) Without signing out of your Google e-mail account, (either from your favorites or your browser) click on - or type in - the URL for Google Voice. You shouldn't even have to sign in. Your browser should automatically be directed to your Google Voice page.

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Screen broken on htc touch pro 2


Would you mind telling us, what it is that's broken. Did the lcd physically broke (i.e. in serveral pieces)? In that case, you have to replace it.
Did it just stay black? Could you check (with a bright lamp) whether you can see a hint of a little, then? If so, the backlight has gone bad. If not, or if you can see it lighting up on start, but it stays black, it might be the connector...
If the screen itself works, but the touch part of the touchscreen does not, look around here, there's a solution in a thread called "HTC touch pro... touch screen has stopped working".

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My htc pro 2 wont let me send emails


Make sure you setup the *outbound* mail path, and see if the carrier
requires smtp authentication. I know Verizon does. With Verizon, within outlook, when doing setup use your account info from :my verizon" website. If you don't manage your account on line with Verizon, simply go create a user ID and password at verizonwireless.com. Those credentials should work. Verizon's support is at www.support.vzw.com
choose your phone model, and you should see email instructions as one of the top issues.

Jan 11, 2010 | HTC Touch Pro2 Smartphone

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Can receive email on my HTC Touch Pro but cannot send.


When u go to the message, it should be the menu little part in the bottom of the screen, click on that and go to reply and it will say via email and all this other **** but push reply vvia email.

Jun 18, 2009 | HTC Touch Pro Smartphone

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HTC touch Pro email not working correctly..


When this happens to me, it's usually because Outlook has barfed-- close Outlook and restart it. If that doesn't work, restart the phone. If that doesn't work, perhaps you need to have some type of authentication to send email-- check your account settings.

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HTC Touch Pro text font size keeps shrinking


I was having a similar issue only my text was getting bigger. I found this link and it answered our problem and it also had other useful information: http://news.softpedia.com/news/HTC-Touch-Pro-Review-97938.shtml

The HTC Touch Pro supports SMS, MMS and email. Thanks to the 3D interface, users will be able to thumb scroll longer messages in the Inbox. Dynamic font resizing (zooming in/out with the scroll wheel) is also available. HTC Touch Pro also offers Message delivery reports in its Settings menu.

After reading that I tried it out on one of my text messages and sure enough it changed the font just like it said it would.
The center button allowed for the zooming in (bigger) and out (smaller). All you had to do was run your finger around it in a clockwise and/or counter clockwise motion.

I hope this helps you out.

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