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Sunday, 26 October 2003

Sony Ericsson T610 Usability, Redux

Phil Gyford on the T610's calendar:

However, now winterís arrived Iíve noticed a little problem. This morning I went to set the T610 to cope with the end of British Summer Time. I went to Settings > Time and date > Advanced > Daylight-saving, and selected ďWintertimeĒ. The time went back an hour and all was well.
Until I looked at the calendar. All the appointments had shifted forward an hour. The 12.41pm train from Bournemouth to London was now marked as leaving at 1.41pm. Once back home I synced everything. Twice. No effect. I switched the phone back to British Summer Time. No effect. So Iím stumped. The Palm and iCal both still list the correct times, thankfully. If I create a new appointment in iCal it gets transferred to the phone OK ó only events created previously seem affected. [more]

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Nasty.

One instantly-redeeming feature on the T68 - and so presumably the T610 - that I've discovered is that you can hold the joystick in the left direction and it instantly takes you to your accessories menu.

Mmmm... instant Romeo (/shamelessplug)

Posted by: Rowan on November 3, 2003 04:40 PM

REALLY I WOULD LIKE TO INFORM ME IF I CAN CONTROL MY HI-FI OR MY TV WITH MY T610 MOBILE .UNFORTUNATELY I HAVEN'T GOT A PC OR IR TO DOWNLOAD THE APPLICATION.IF THE'RE ANY MOBILE SITE THROUGH THE GPRS I WOULD LIKE TO SEND IT TO ME.EVEN IN MY E-MAIL ACCOUNT EVEN IN MY MOBILE NUMBER WHICH IS 6942821252
IM LIVING IN GREECE AND ESPECIALLY IN KAVALA!
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