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Topic # 14685 16-Jul-2007 07:47
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Hi
I have this splendid cellular phone for a long time but I 'm not able to find a chronometer software.
Could you help me? Do you know it?
I already proved the following software but without success:

- Alarm Clock : stay on "course operation" and it need to turn off.
- ChronoTimer : stop and start "course operation" then it don't go ahead.
- Cronometro : stop on course copy.
- Handy Clock : install but don't start.
- mCountdown : install but dont'start.
- MobipaqSwatch : install but dont'start.
- mStopwatch : install but dont'start.
- PocketCounter : install but dont'start.
- Spruce Stopwatch : signal "archive download" 6kb, then ask "Internet download" and make a choice between mms (stop), wap (start but signal "invalid file") and gprs (finish the download but signal "invalid file").
- Stopwatch : signal "course copy" and stop.
- Timetool : install but don't start.

Then I buyed mCountDown/Timer 1.02 on www.handango.com but don't work!
Now I looking for repayment of $17 charges.
It's impossible install a functional chronometer software on this cellular phone??
Thank to all
Marco

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  Reply # 78280 16-Jul-2007 14:41

Ciao ragazzo,

Have you tried: www.my-symbian.com?
It has a S90 section and I think if you dont find there what you want then it doesnt exist.

BTW when you are talking about "chronometer software", could you describe what do you mean exactly?
What functions do you need?




I is a kollege stoodent. Bee nice.

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