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November 26, 2006


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Sorry this is an unrelated comment but may e you can help. I was reading

I upgraded my MDA to the following..

ROM version - WME
ExtRom Version -

Now, I am trying to use Motorola H350 so that I can listen to Mp3 songs using it.

In the process of setting up a new partnetship..In the Partnership Settings I only see HandFree Checked.

Consequently, when tap on the "Motorola H350" the option of "Set as Wireless Stereo" is greyed out.

Any help is really apreciated

Stephen Skarlatos

Unfortunately the H350 only supports the Bluetooth Hands Free Profile (HFP) for phone audio and not the Advanced Audio Distribution Profile (A2DP)required for stereo audio. You need a headset like the Motorola H820 I reviewed at or the BlueAnt X5 . They support both the HFP and A2DP profiles.


I will have to buy one of these headsets in that case.

Thanks Stephen for a very prompt and informative response.


And thank you for the screenshot, it helps! The only problem I have with Fizz Weather in small mode is that clicking on it cycles my cities (I have 2 that I want to monitor) instead of going to the actual day, like it does on the large setting. Living in the midwest, clicking on the day and having it go directly to the forecast and showing the latest warnings, it's important for me to do that off the home screen.
Now I'm thinking of weather to edit the registry to get rid of the system tray in the bottom, too.

Stephen Skarlatos

I agree with you showing a NOAA warning icon and clicking to open up Fizz Weather would be very nice. Maybe in the next version.

You do not need to edit the registry to remove the system tray. All you need to do is delete the Init_Tray.lnk and WiFiInit.lnk from the \Windows\Startup directory. This removes the battery monitor icon. To remove the comm manager icon you need to uninstall the Hotspot Login Utility. Most other applications that use the system tray have option to disable the display of icons.

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