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Jamizzle

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#50086 21-Nov-2009 19:00
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I recently upgraded my computer to Windows 7 and installed Joinme everything works fine except for transferring items from my phone to the computer, it won't let me, any idea's why?

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mdav056
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  #275789 24-Nov-2009 13:20
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Related:  I upgraded to JoinMe B08 (from ZTE website) and now I can't update my calendar from Outlook (but contacts update fine) -- as soon as I touch calendar - phone memory, the phone reboots and loses contact with joinme.  BUT, another R6 is fine on calendar, so it isn't the joinme software.  The answer to both this and the previous problem might be to reset the phone memory -- but my question is, how to do this?  The Tcom and ZTE websites are no help at all, of course.




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  #277663 30-Nov-2009 07:49
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You cant seem to drag a file into a Windows 7 library. What I did was browsed manually through Users>Me>Pictures etc and then dragged it in.




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mdav056
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  #277707 30-Nov-2009 09:56
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Yes. There also seems to be some big limitations on getting things onto and off the external memory card -- I can only copy on single files, not directories, and the copy process is terminally slow. I overcame this by putting my memory card in a usb reader, loading it up, and then replacing it. Now, when I look at the TFlash under the phone's file manager, I see directories, and I can go into these and play music fine.

As to my outlook contacts problem, I gave up and returned the R6 whence I bought it, to be fixed. We will see.

Finally, I still think the R6 has a bunch of excellent features for the price -- clearly better than some at $599 ex Tcom. I am happy, 1 month in...




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mdav056
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  #280884 9-Dec-2009 16:21
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Relpying to myself: Loaner refused to update calendar (rebooted phone) after a few days; however, TCom replaced my phone as they determined it was faulty; it worked well for a couple of days, now it too reboots on downloading calendar from Outlook. I'm going to take it back again! My hope is that they will let me change it for a cheap Nokia.. Jeez. And I was happy for a while..




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  #284187 20-Dec-2009 14:02
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What is up with this software. Its nice being able to connect and add pictures and music, but why oh why does it need to download my messages, even after I've deleted them from the phone? surely it would realise I dont want 200+messages downloaded every day that i have already DELETED from the handset.

Is there some way to not download my messages every time i plug it into the computer?

Also, how does one reset this phone?

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  #284255 20-Dec-2009 21:22
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Tools - Settings - Disable auto download. Then you can synch whatever you want.




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  #284412 21-Dec-2009 17:22
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My bad, was the R100, not the R6

 
 
 
 


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  #285223 26-Dec-2009 09:00
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mdav056: ...the copy process is terminally slow.

Same here.  I'm copying music files on to a 4 GB card, which is progressing at a rate of 125 kbps.  At that rate, it will take about 70 hours to fill the card!  I don't have a card reader, and I don't particularly want to buy one just to copy files to the handset's card.

Has anyone managed to copy files at a faster rate using the JoinME software?  If so, how?

hotredfox
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  #286541 2-Jan-2010 20:04
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Hi I also have win7 and Joinme software will not work. Tried the aussie telstra site (T6 is same phone) has updated software but sill no luck. When I plug phone into usb computer searches for driver and fails. or on fresh install I get an error message "Access violation at address 004B1a5c inmodule Telecom joinme.exe Read at address 0000133a (i think). Ar work it worked on an win xp computer.Any clues for a computer beginner. Ta Ta for now Des

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