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    hey there are a few programs in ur review section that i liked. like photo ID, miniGps, total IR, where can i find these programs? are they freeware or shareware. if shareware can u provide the crack?

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    no we cant provide the crack =P

    try my-symbian.com for the shareware

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    Originally posted by alyssaf
    Email me. [email protected]

    how does the FS caller work for your fone? is it normal that the ringtones that are set for each caller are set to the dafualt ringer when the app is activated?

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    Originally posted by angel_wing0
    no we cant provide the crack =P

    try my-symbian.com for the shareware

    been searching alot on yahoo.groups and lost on what exactly cracked programs are. What are they?

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    It's a program that's been 'cracked' so that you don't have to buy it for the full version. And it's illegal.

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    anyone know of a good e-mail client for the 6620 built in one sucks. Would like to get a client that downloads all the email for offline viewing. If anyone knows of one that would be awsome. Free ware would be preferred but not required thanks.

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    heloo

    hello i have a problem when i upload a movie with extension .avi from mi pc to mi nokia 6600 it stored into mi inbox but there is no optoin to save tht file in smartmovie player. or sent tht file into mi video galary
    gurdeep

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    Originally posted by Mario430
    anyone know of a good e-mail client for the 6620 built in one sucks. Would like to get a client that downloads all the email for offline viewing. If anyone knows of one that would be awsome. Free ware would be preferred but not required thanks.
    I don't know if this client allows for offline viewing but you can give it a try:

    http://www.reqwireless.com/emailviewer.html
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    Originally posted by Mario430
    anyone know of a good e-mail client for the 6620 built in one sucks. Would like to get a client that downloads all the email for offline viewing. If anyone knows of one that would be awsome. Free ware would be preferred but not required thanks.
    I don't know if this client allows for offline viewing but you can give it a try:

    http://www.reqwireless.com/emailviewer.html

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    Originally posted by Mario430
    anyone know of a good e-mail client for the 6620 built in one sucks. Would like to get a client that downloads all the email for offline viewing. If anyone knows of one that would be awsome. Free ware would be preferred but not required thanks.
    I don't know if this client allows for offline viewing but you can give it a try:

    http://www.reqwireless.com/emailviewer.html

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    Originally posted by TriBand81
    I don't know if this client allows for offline viewing but you can give it a try:

    http://www.reqwireless.com/emailviewer.html
    I was using this on the 6620 and it did not offer offline viewing. I thought the base client much was better, and of course the base client is free.

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    I don't know if this has been covered before, but is there a Push-Push game for the Nokia 6620?

    Anyone know where i can get it?

    thanks.

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    Originally posted by shackk
    I was using this on the 6620 and it did not offer offline viewing. I thought the base client much was better, and of course the base client is free.
    Same here, I also like the fact you can navigate between separate mailboxes at the push of a button with the built-in N-Gage e-mail client.

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    same here too

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    so how do you find/use games for emulators like Frodo? I didn't find any games on those sites (I may be blind), and the games I found using google search gave me a "file not recognized" error once I got them on my phone.

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