Hello My Fellow Mobile Moguls,

Sometimes, especially after mistakenly updating the Pocket Media Player library to include every single sound file on your Windows Mobile device, you simply want to start the Media Library indexing process over again without having to hard-reset your wireless device, causing loss of user data.

To accomplish this, do the following:  Read the rest of this entry »

Hello My Samsung-Savvy Siblings, 

In no way does the author of this document, Candle Shore Inc., its Board of Directors, officers, employees, associates, and/or affiliates guaranty that the following procedure will result in the successful unlocking of any and all wireless devices.  Further, Candle Shore Inc., its Board of Directors, officers, employees, associates, and/or affiliates are not responsible for any damage to any device that may result from the following procedure.  By taking any action, as a result of reading this document, you hereby agree to accept any and all responsibilities that are the result of following any and all steps listed in this document.  Read the rest of this entry »

Hello My Fellow DVD Delving Daredevils,

In addition to enjoying virtually all of my DRM-free music library on my beloved Windows Mobile, AT&T Wireless Samsung Epix SGH-i907 Smartphone (complete with Code Factory’s Mobile Speak screen reading/magnifier software solution for the blind and low vision), thanks to some very nifty software, I now enjoy my favorite DVD movies, concerts, and television episodes on my wireless phone, as well.  Read the rest of this entry »


 In those rare instances when you cannot reset the Samsung Jack SGH-i637 Smartphone from within Windows Mobile (recommended), do the following to manually reset the device to its initial settings:  Read the rest of this entry »

Hello My Fellow Samsung Crackerjacks,

I am delighted to inform you that, today, Monday, May 25, 2009, the day I saw and loved the new Star Trek movie, I purchased a new A T & T Wireless Samsung SGH-i637 non-touch-screen Windows Mobile (running WM6.1) Smartphone for my beloved wife. 

She has graciously agreed to permit me to use her new phone as a proverbial guinea pig for testing with Code Factory’s Mobile Speak Smartphone.  (Yeah!  Like she really has a choice!!!!)  (Big, Big, Smile)  Read the rest of this entry »

Hello My Fellow Gentle Google Giants,

The next time you find yourself swiftly sinking in the seemingly infinite sulfuric swill of internet swamp-swollen searches, near the top of the results page, quickly Click on the new Google “Show Options” link to place yourself, once again, on surf-surging solid ground.  Read the rest of this entry »

Hello My Fellow A T & T Wireless Avatars,

Today I trekked over to my local corporate A T & T Wireless store to take a look at the direct successor to the Samsung Blackjack II SGH-i617 Smartphone, the Samsung Jack SGH-i637.  Running Windows Mobile 6.1 but slated to be upgradable to the soon-to-be-released Windows Mobile 6.5, the Samsung Jack is a non-touch-screen device. 

At the bottom of this post, along with a link to the official Samsung Jack page, you will also find a review of the Jack by InfoSync Review.

The following is my personal impression on this, the latest incarnation of Samsung-sweetened Windows Mobile wireless wizardry.  Read the rest of this entry »

Tallyho, My Tireless Tech-Tweaking  Testers,

The reason this post is titled “Earth, Wind, and Epix” is because, now that I have upgraded my beloved Samsung SGH-i907 Pocket PC Smartphone (Click Here for more information) to its latest ROM version, it is as though the winds of the earth’s wireless jet stream are beneath my wings, allowing me to soar higher and higher.

The following are the general steps I took in order to update my Samsung Epix SGH-i907 Smartphone to the latest firmware version that resolves several Epix glitches:  Read the rest of this entry »

Hello My Fellow Epix Explorers,

There is an old saying that states, “Good things come to those who wait”; well, my friends, waiting we have done and waiting we shall do no longer.  (Big Smile) 

To what am I referring?  Read the rest of this entry »

Hello My Fellow Windows 7 Wonderers,

As you have no doubt heard, while Windows 7 Virtual PC will let you run multiple virtualized instances of Windows 7, Vista, Lynix, etc, on any computer with the ability to run Windows 7 with enough hard disk space, the new Windows 7 XP Mode, which will allow one to run an XP version of a legacy software application in Windows 7 so that it appears to be launching directly in the new OS, will not be permitted on many of today’s computers because of hardware limitations.  Read the rest of this entry »


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