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  1. #1
    BigStu
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    Just d/loaded this wicked piece of s/ware and finally got it all up and
    running etc etc. Not only does it act as a rather cool back up device for
    all contacts, texts, pics and anything else that is on your phone, but it
    monitors battery strength and signal strength too.
    I could go on and on, but there is just too much way cool stuff about it. I
    do have a question though, when I write a text message via the PC and send
    it via the PC without sending it too the phone, does that come out of my
    text allowance or not? it does not show on my phone as a sent text, so I
    guess that it goes via the internet?? any ideas?
    tia
    Stu





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  2. #2
    tHatDudeUK
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    Re: re floATs mobile assisstant


    "BigStu" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > Just d/loaded this wicked piece of s/ware and finally got it all up and
    > running etc etc. Not only does it act as a rather cool back up device for
    > all contacts, texts, pics and anything else that is on your phone, but it
    > monitors battery strength and signal strength too.
    > I could go on and on, but there is just too much way cool stuff about it.

    I
    > do have a question though, when I write a text message via the PC and send
    > it via the PC without sending it too the phone, does that come out of my
    > text allowance or not? it does not show on my phone as a sent text, so I
    > guess that it goes via the internet?? any ideas?


    It's sent via the phone and costs even though it isn't shown in SMS count
    unfortunately





  3. #3
    Thanhathai Suphakasem
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    Re: re floATs mobile assisstant

    I have no idea about that software, but i would have thought it goes via the
    internet not the phone. Oh well, if tHatDudeUK is right. Next time, just
    use icq or carrier's webpage to send text messages ^-^


    "tHatDudeUK" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    >
    > "BigStu" <[email protected]> wrote in message
    > news:[email protected]
    > > Just d/loaded this wicked piece of s/ware and finally got it all up and
    > > running etc etc. Not only does it act as a rather cool back up device

    for
    > > all contacts, texts, pics and anything else that is on your phone, but

    it
    > > monitors battery strength and signal strength too.
    > > I could go on and on, but there is just too much way cool stuff about

    it.
    > I
    > > do have a question though, when I write a text message via the PC and

    send
    > > it via the PC without sending it too the phone, does that come out of my
    > > text allowance or not? it does not show on my phone as a sent text, so I
    > > guess that it goes via the internet?? any ideas?

    >
    > It's sent via the phone and costs even though it isn't shown in SMS count
    > unfortunately
    >
    >






  4. #4
    shakewell
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    Re: re floATs mobile assisstant

    "Thanhathai Suphakasem" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > I have no idea about that software, but i would have thought it goes via

    the
    > internet not the phone. Oh well, if tHatDudeUK is right. Next time, just
    > use icq or carrier's webpage to send text messages ^-^


    It goes via the phone. Try it when you're not connected to the internet and
    you'll see. Also, if you mobile is near a speaker when sending a message
    through FMA, you will hear it sending.

    F=_
    --
    People that worry about the past are still living there.





  5. #5
    BigStu
    Guest

    Re: re floATs mobile assisstant

    oh well, nice try, i'll carry on going through the 02 website whilst i'm
    online then. still a mighty cool piece of software, gonna try the vb scripts
    for power dvd next....





  6. #6
    tHatDudeUK
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    Re: re floATs mobile assisstant


    "BigStu" <[email protected]> wrote in message
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    > oh well, nice try, i'll carry on going through the 02 website whilst i'm
    > online then. still a mighty cool piece of software, gonna try the vb

    scripts
    > for power dvd next....


    SMS cost doesn't bother me beause I get 500 free with o2 anyway





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