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|2010-06-29 01:35 PM|
|taxtwit||I'll try not to gloat As it turns out, I haven't been able to explore the new capabilities yet anyway.|
|2010-06-29 10:27 AM|
|North_of_Calgary||Me neither. And I've done a bunch of those *#*#CHECKIN#*#* but still nothing. I'm not going to do the manual download/upgrade - I'll wait.|
|2010-06-29 08:54 AM|
|JamesK||I haven't received it yet either.|
|2010-06-29 02:32 AM|
Looks like it is being rolled out to everyone this week, but I still haven't received mine
New Android 2.2 Software Update for Nexus One phones
|2010-06-28 09:54 PM|
Originally Posted by Dr.FeelGood View Post
|2010-06-14 08:23 PM|
Originally Posted by North_of_Calgary View Post
|2010-06-14 08:10 PM|
|North_of_Calgary||^ What carrier are you on that let you make that change?|
|2010-06-14 07:21 PM|
Originally Posted by TorontoColin View Post
I tried calling from a landline and leaving a few voicemails on my cell - works very well. I can also check messages on my phone from the Voice app. Perhaps someone else should give it a try. The default greeting is pretty bad, though, so you may want to change that.
|2010-06-14 07:12 PM|
|jvincent||I was thinking the same thing.|
|2010-06-14 07:01 PM|
|TorontoColin||How did you do that in Canada? Google Voice, AFAIK, is not available here yet...|
|2010-06-14 06:28 PM|
Something I just found out: my current plan doesn't have voicemail, but I just enabled Google voicemail - which is a million times better than any other voicemail I've had before. It transcribes and records it for easy viewing/listening online. All for free! Like any other Google service, it is easily customizable.
|2010-06-14 02:17 PM|
Figured it out! Thanks for all the help folks...
PS: love this phone!
|2010-06-11 10:13 PM|
Thank you! I did find that I needed to add the apn settings... I am now online!
My next issue is 'sending' email! In the mail settings I copied all the info from my old Nokia E71, but I still cant connect to the server.
The smtp data that I have is smtp.rogerswirelessdata.com , but different sites suggest turning on or off identification. Neither seems to work. Anyone out there have an N1 on rogers?
|2010-06-11 09:11 PM|
Sounds like an APN configuration issue. I'm not exactly sure how to change the settings as I've never used an Android handset, but here's what I found after a quick Google search:
Proxy: <leave blank>
Username & Password: <leave blank>
Server: <leave blank>
You may have to reboot afterwards, but otherwise it should work.
|2010-06-11 09:06 PM|
|jvincent||Have you checked your APN settings?|
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