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General / Nokia / Sony Ericsson

* G E N E R A L *

1. Gmail POP3 Settings

In order to view your Gmail e-mails from your phones mailbox you should first enable pop3 e-mail from Gmail options then make the following settings :
>incoming mail :
>outgoing mail :
>username : your e-mail address
>password : your password
>smtp authentication : on
Advanced settings
>pop3 port : 995
>smtp port : 465
>use ssl port 4 pop3 : on
>use ssl 4 smtp : on
rest all off.

2. Cell Phone Security

Mobile phone security-worth doing
Here is something worth knowing if you have a mobile phone
Have you ever wondered why phone companies don't seem interest in trying to prevent the thieft of mobile phones?If you have ever lost,or had one stolen,and if you are on a plan,you still have to pay the plan approximately up to 24 months and you have to buy another handset and enter into another contract.This is more revenue for the phone company.
There is a simple way of making lost or stolen mobiles useless to thieves and the phone companies know about it,but keep it quiet.
To check your mobile phones serial number,key in the following on your phone :
star-hash-zero-six-hash (*#06#) and a fifteen digit code will appear on the screen.
This is unique to your handset,write it down and keep it safe.Should your mobile
phone get stolen, you can phone your service provider and give them this code. They will then be able to block your handset, so even if the thief changes the simcard, your phone will be totally useless.
You probably won't get your phone back, but at lease you know that whoever stole it can't use/sell it either.
If everybody did this, there would be no point in stealing mobile phones.

3. Smartphones Downloading Tips

If you have a Nokia series 60 or another Symbian smartphone, will conected via GPRS and you are downloading a huge file like a video or application, just click to download and then leave the browser or mail application (don't cut the conection or close the application, use red button), go to main screen. Once the download is over, it just pops out on your screen. You just need to save them.

4. Block SMS Receiving

If you want to block SMS reception (if you are spammed by someone) just type this code on the main screen : *35*xxxx*16#
xxxx is your Call Baring code (default is 0000)
To remove this barring type : #35*xxxx#

5. Free Pop3 E-mail

Pop3 mail
Go to wap site to create a new pop3 e-mail account (also work on WAP,, you can also get a free pop3 mail account from
Settings :
pop3 incoming mail server is
Try the same settings for outgoing server.
Mailbox type : POP3
Username :
password : your password
If you can't download large files (java games, ringtones etc..) via wap and you don't have a PC-phone connection (USB, Bluetooth, Infrared) you can send&receive items via pop3 mailbox. (if your phone has a mailbox application)
Attach the files to
your e-mail and send them to any e-mail address. You can also receive&send photos from - to your PC. Set the same e-mail account on an e-mail application like Outlook Express and start sending&receiving files.

6. Design Your Own WAP Site

If you become a Prodigits member, you can set your own wap site for free. You can add your profile, information, polls, links and your photos on your Prodigits wap site. Go to
You can make your own wap site from both WEB and WAP. Go to to build wapsites. Using your phone. From WEB using your PC : (for re-direction) (create chat rooms)
Don't forget to give a link to after you finished.
If you want to go one step forward, learn WML
(Wireless Markup Language). There are resources on WEB, search from Google, if you create a wap site from, you can convert it to wml by using their program called DotWap2.0 and then host on a free webhosting like
Next thing to do is to register a domain name and buy a hosting to serve your wapsite.
Good Luck..!

7. Bluejacking

Now, using a phone with Bluetooth, you can create a phonebook contact and write a message, e.g 'Helo, you've been bluejacked', in the 'Name' filed. Then you can search for other phones with Bluetooth and send that phonebook contact to them, on their phone, a message will popup saying 'Helo, you've been bluejacked' has just been received by Bluetooth or something along those lines. For most 'victims' they will have no idea as to how the message appeared on their phone.
So, personalised messages like 'I like your pink top' and the started expressions the fun really starts.

E x p l a n a t i o n

01. Get your hands on a Bluetooth-enabled device mobile phone.
02. Create a new phonebook contact, with the message you want to send to someone in the 'Name' filed, e.g, 'I like the look of your cappuccino'.
03. Go to a busy place (Busy Shopping Centre, High Street, On a train/tube/bus, Cinema, Cafe/restaurant/pub, Mobile Phone Shop, Electronics Shop, etc..)
04. Select the contact you made earlier, and choose 'Send Via Bluetooth'.
05. Your phone will search for other Bluetooth devices roughly 10 metres arround you. It will either list available devices, or say none could be found. If it doesn't find any, choose another Spot.
06. Your phone will list the names of devices in range sometimes the name will give you a clue
to the model of phone.
07. Select one of these devices listed for your phonebook contact to be sent to
08. If all goes well, your contact will be sent to the selected device
09. If you can, try to casually look arround you and see if you spot anybody with a Bluetooth enabled phone/device nearby looking truly puzzled. It would help greatly if you know which phones have Bluetooth and which don't. This way, you can eliminate anybody who is looking at, say, their Nokia 3310 which doesn't have Bluetooth.
10. The rest, as they say, is up to you.
In case it all goes wrong ;
>if you manage to identify your victim and they are looking angry rather than puzzled & confused, jellyellie's advise is to run, not walk, in the opposite direction.!
The Reveal ;
>'The Reveal' is what it all comes down to in the end. It is what your messages have been
building up to, and it's certainly the climax of your exchange.
If you know who your victim is, when it's time for you to leave the area send them a contact saying something like "Listen out for 'parrot'". Then, as you walk past them, say (loudly) to yourself "I hope my parrot will be OK!."
That will definitely get their attention.


When you bluejack, does the victims phone/PDA just show that there is an incoming contact or does it get accepted by the phone or PDA and entered into the address book? On most models the phone will blep the same tone as when a text message is received, and it will show a message similar to "name of contact has just been received by Bluetooth." if the user then accept it, the contact will appear in their phonebook. From here the user can see what it written in the other fields too.
I want to know how to send a business card, if at possible, from a SE T610 ;
A simple answer would be that a business card is the same as a phonebook contact, so yes, you can send them from a T610 because it has Bluetooth. You can follow the same guide that i have written for sending contacts.
Whenever I try and bluejack someone it asks for a passkey
What am I doing wrong?
Ah. You are trying to pair your phone to another Bluetoot device. This is not what you want to do and won't work. Instead of going into 'My devices' in your Bluetooth menu, select the contact/item you want to send and choose 'Send' then 'Bluetooth'.
Is bluejacking free?
Yes. It's free because it uses technology on your phone not your simcard. Since your network only has control on network-provided features, and Bluetooth is a feature on your phone not provided by your network, it is free.
Will my phone number be sent I send when I bluejack somebody?
No. As I said earlier, Bluetooth is a feature on your phone and has nothing to do with your phone number.
How do I stop people from bluejacking me?
You can either go into your Bluetooth menu and switch it off, or if you need Bluetooth on for on reason or
another you can simply set your phone to 'Undiscoverable' in your Bluetooth menu. This means that other Bluetooth devices won't find you when they search for Bluetooth devices.

* N O K I A *

1. Easy Scrolling

On most of new Nokia phones with Symbian software you can scrool through the bottom and the top of the web/wap page by pressing '*' and '#' keys.

2. Using Alarm when Phone is off

Did you know that you can set alarm on your phone even when it is turned off?
This is quite usefull feature for people who usually turn their phones off while sleeping. For you who always turn your phones on, this feature might not be interesting. Actually it is not only a feature of S60 phones;
some other non S60 phones from Nokia has this feature too.
How do we setup this feature? There is nothing special. Simply set alarm in the Clock application as usual. Then switch off your phone and go to bed. Next morning, when the alarm is ringing, you can stop it and the phone will be switched on automatically. Alternatively,
you can also select snoone it you still want to sleep.

3. Shortcut to Select Multiple item in List box

You know the list box in many S60 applications, such as Contacts, Messaging, Notes, Gallery and many more. How do usually select multiple items? The common way to do that is by selecting Options > Mark/unmark > Mark menu. If you want to select 10 items, you have to do it 10 times but there is a faster way..!
Here is the trick :
Firstly, highlight the first item you want to select. Press Edit key (pencil-abc key) on your phone. While still pressing Edit key, press Down key to select the next item. Now you have two items selected. If you press Down key again (while still pressing Edit key), the next item will be selected. It is faster than selecting Options menu, isn't it? You can also press Up key to select ...

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