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Topic # 4523 29-Jul-2005 23:29
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Today I saw a Smartphone SP3 all setup using Vlive. I didn't go too far into it but was wondering how they managed to get it to work. it looked PERFECT!. I won't really use it but it's interesting netherless.

Anyone here know how to configure it to work on a Pocket PC ( i-mate PocketPC one, not a PDA2k)

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Reply # 17296 31-Jul-2005 09:41
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Intertesting, You should of asked them how they did it

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Reply # 17298 31-Jul-2005 14:33
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I recall reading a few months ago that Vodafone Germany were releasing the HTC Typhoon in Germany with Vodafone branding and there were also snapshots of the Live! portal on this device. This is the same device as the SP3i so I am assuming that Live! obviously has support somewhere for this device.


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Reply # 17316 31-Jul-2005 21:38
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i sure like to have my SP2 set up with VLive!

though i am looking forward to own the HTC universal!!!!! YAY!




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Reply # 17318 31-Jul-2005 21:48
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Drat, It must identify as a different browser. Oh well, I was hoping. Thanks guys.

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