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# 20610 31-Mar-2008 21:18
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I searched and eventually found the fix in the registry of all of the WM5 / WM6 devices on sale in NZ that disconnects your data session if not used for a set period of time. knocked my head against the wall abit first but stoked i kept searching.

No software apart from a specified Reg editor is required. Simple and increased battery and performance when using exchange or pop3 auto sync etc.

PM me you want the software name and registry edit.







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  # 120120 1-Apr-2008 09:57
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This would be no use if you are using push mail correct? as the data connection needs to be active all the time correct?

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  # 120151 1-Apr-2008 11:44
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And bbman if you post the registry keys Id be happy to whip up a quick CAB file (or app) in order to do it without a reg editor.

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  # 120159 1-Apr-2008 11:58
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adventdesigns: This would be no use if you are using push mail correct? as the data connection needs to be active all the time correct?


Correct, however that is half the reason WM5/Wm6 devices on CDMA/WCDMA and even GSM have poor battery on direct push, they are connected all of the time. I have tested with a corporate on 5 min / 10 min auto sync and that works fine.

On CDMA devices and GSM often calls do not come through whilst direct push is enabled and the connection is in dormant but connected state.

Direct push for that reason for many clients is more of hindrance and this sort of fix makes life a bunch easier.





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  # 120167 1-Apr-2008 12:27
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tchart: And bbman if you post the registry keys Id be happy to whip up a quick CAB file (or app) in order to do it without a reg editor.

Trevor


Legend!

Thats why I posted, i knew some smart person would know how to do this!! excellernt, note some devices like the Agent require an extra string to be created.

Here are the Telecom devices i have done, the VNZ devices should be no different!

Good luck, works well. I look forward to the .CAB file.

TREO 700WX

“PHM Editor”

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
COMM
CONNMGR
PLANNERSETTINGS
CHANGE CACHETIME TO 10 TO 60 SEC 
EDIT SUSPEND RESUME – GPRS_bye_if_device_off 

OKTA BOSS
PHM EDITOR (sp VERSION)
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
COMM
CONNMGR
PLANNER
SETTINGS
VALUESCACHETIME 60 (OX00003C) OR 10 (A) 10 TO 60 SEC 
EDIT SUSPENDRESUME GPRS_bye_if_device_off 

OKTA AGENT
PHM EDITOR (sp VERSION)
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
COMM
CONNMGR
PLANNER
SETTINGS
CREATE A DWORD STRING CALLED - CACHETIME 60 (3C) (MIN 60- SEC) Only accepts 60 sec minimum
EDIT SUSPENDRESUME GPRS_bye_if_device_off 

OKTA TOUCH
PHM Editor
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
COMM
CONNMGR
PLANNER
SETTINGS
CHANGE CACHETIME TO 10 TO 60 SEC 
EDIT SUSPEND RESUME – GPRS_bye_if_device_off 

HTC TITAN
PHM Editor
HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE
COMM
CONNMGR
PLANNER
SETTINGS
CHANGE CACHETIME TO 10 TO 60 SEC 
EDIT SUSPEND RESUME – GPRS_bye_if_device_off







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