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#8331 21-Jun-2006 16:54
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I will leave this up for 2 days.

ftp://www.jamamobile.co.nz
user: update
pass: apache
diretory: Apache

I have tested it and it does work so I will not be providing support if you can not get the download to work.

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  #39219 21-Jun-2006 17:29

I can't use the FTP server.


220-Cerberus FTP Server Personal Edition
220-UNREGISTERED
220-Welcome to Jamamobile's FTP Server
220
USER update
331 User update, password please
PASS apache
230 Password Ok, User logged in
LS
502 Unrecognized or unsupported command
PWD
257 "/" is the current directory
DIR
500 User does not have permission





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#39221 21-Jun-2006 17:36
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Works for me, check your firewall settings, otherwise use PASSIVE mode.

Thanks Jama...







 

 

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  #39257 22-Jun-2006 08:49
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ftp D/L worked for me.
Is it worth the upgrade for anything other than the push email?
I'm already using microsoft voice commander for instance which is a useful feature.

What are your thoughts freitasm?

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  #39262 22-Jun-2006 09:34
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Yes - it is worth it, there are a large number of fixes to the OS and to the phone side of things.

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  #39263 22-Jun-2006 09:37
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Thanx jama....I needed to hear that!  Smile

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  #39351 22-Jun-2006 16:54
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It really does get in!

Thanks Jama :-)




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  #39352 22-Jun-2006 17:02
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Thanks for hosting the file Jama.

After the update general responsiveness and startup time seems to be improved. Also Smart dialer and screen lock is also useful.







 
 
 
 


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  #39354 22-Jun-2006 17:28

CWD Apache
250 Change directory ok
LIST
425 Unable to open the data connection
PASV
Connection closed by foreign host.


Thats a broken FTP server if I ever saw one.




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#39355 22-Jun-2006 17:37
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Fixed - I have tried from command line and using Fliezilla. Both work now.

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#39356 22-Jun-2006 17:45
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Was the server slashdotted?





 

 

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  #39357 22-Jun-2006 17:53
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next thing to get onto is improving the battery life of this ruddy device!

I've been using a program called xcpuscaler in the hope that it might help improve battery life but I'm not sure how good it is at helpin improve things.
And then dropping the backlight off as much as possible blar blar.
I imagine the push email will drain the living daylights out of the battery.

Oh the life of a gadget geek! And add to that I tried out windoze vista last night for fun, VISTA is right! I spent the night gazing at the wall in a far off kinda way being put to sleep by all the candy.

Go linux!

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#39358 22-Jun-2006 18:01
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Also make sure you turn the IR Beam off - it's a battery drainer.

No, Direct Push won't use that much battery. But make sure to turn off Bluetooth and Wi-Fi if you are not using these resources. And any program that do automatic updates over the network, such as Weather plugins, etc. And those pesky plugins for Today screen that keep telling you how much memory is free on the SD card - you don't need that, is not like you are filling those 1GB any time soon, is it? That drains battery too.





 

 

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  #39367 22-Jun-2006 19:41
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Hi I have tried to download via FTP and still can not get it to work, I have checked my firewall and still can not any clues on what to do next, is there another address I can download from?

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  #39368 22-Jun-2006 19:52
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Download a ftp program such as FlashFXP. I had to put flashfxp into non-passive mode to download it.

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#39369 22-Jun-2006 19:55
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It could be the server playing up again. It happened before. I tried now and it's very slow - almost unresponsive. And I have connected to it yesterday.

But try again - I managed to get in.




 

 

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