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Hello, It is very easy to unlock your HTC cell phone.Simply enter unlock code through mobile keypad and get your HTC cell phone free to use any GSM network sim card worldwide.You can get unlock code by HTC UNLOCK CODE provider with Instructions. THANKS ! ! !
If you want to tether your phone's data plan to your computer, go to 'Start > Programs > Internet Sharing'. You will be allowed to connect to your PC through either USB or bluetooth PAN.
Hope it works for you.
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if you are using XP,install ACTIVE SYNC 4.5. if you are using VISTA or WINDOWS 7, no need any sync software. plug in the HTC to your laptop. right click on MY COMPUTER and select MANAGE. in the window that appears now, on the left hand side select DEVICE MANAGER. now on the right hand side see if you have any yellow colour icons. if YES,try to update the drivers. if nothing works out, try another PHONE to connect and use your phone to connect to another laptop. atleast this will give some idea as where the problem lies
No problem. This software is freeware and as such is available at the freewarepocketpc.net website. You can download the file to the device via Pocket Internet Explorer. Once the download is complete you can open the .cab file which will run the Windows Mobile installer. That should do it.
Alternatively, you can download the file to a Windows PC and install the file via Microsoft ActiveSync.
Here is the solution for the BBC. Install instructions from forums:
1) goto hklm>system>versions and change what ever is there to .0.4.2 (The leading . before the 0 needs to be there) 2) Install bbconnect cab file. 3) If you don't get the check boxes at the end of the install (Calendar, notes, etc). Re-run the install (it will remove the 1st instance), I always get it the second time. 4) Wait for Blackberry to finish "setting up device for first use" and let it reboot. 5) On reboot, status will now show the PIN number. 6) Open the Blackberry connect desktop application. (Make sure you have access to your corporate e-mail) If you do you will see "Configure Wireless Device" as active. 7) Plug in the Tilt and wait for Activsync to finish syncing and says "connected". 8) In the BB Connect desktop application hit the "Configure Wireless" 9) When finished unplug Tilt and soft reset. 10) You should be good to go at this point.
- Get BBconnect cab file from: http://www.america.htc.com/mobile/connect/8925/ - Make sure your remove all ActiveSync synchrnonization in Comm Manager -> Active Sync-> Options for your PIM. - Install cab and run blackberry app - Go in PIM tab and selct all PIM items you want to sync with