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##778 000000 ##3424 000000 1. start>setting>phone>services 2. type ##778# 3. after the last #, press the space(sym) on the keyboard.

(After pressing space( sym) it should take you to the screen) 4. select 1x and press ok. I think since its in EV mode, it won't let you receive any calls. If you noticed that if you make a call, the symbol change to 1x. Disarm EVDO/1xRTT if you re not using it: The XV6700 connection manager toggles between WiFi and EVDO/1xRTT connectivity. Verizon does not offer a no data service. The lowest monthly cost is metered ser vice paid by the Kbyte. When you turn off WiFi, it automatically turns on EVDO. If you then use Internet Explorer or any network application that connects to the Internet, the call will go via EVDO instead of WiFi and you might get a surp rise on the monthly bill. If you don t plan to use EVDO/1xRTT, then delete it: Settings -> Connections -> Connections- > Manage Existing Connections Push and hold the pen on top of data network until the option delete pops up Select delete. You can turn off that service beep: Start > Settings > Phone > Services tab > Alert (at the bottom of the menu) Turn it off. Setup Outlook email. Open Programs, and ActiveSync. Select Menu and Configure Server. Enter "webmail.copart.com" and select "requires SSL". Click Next. Enter your username and password. Click Next. Select what items you wish to sync from Exchange. Click Finish. You may wish to set the sync schedule in Menu -> Schedule. Setup Internet browsing. Start -> Settings -> Connections tab -> Connections Add new Modem connection. Number to dial #777 Username: your phone number + @vzw3g.com Password: vzw no domain. Steps: Hard reboot the phone. This is done by holding the two soft keys and pressing th e reset button. Hit "Y" to continue. Go through the screen calibration, zone and password screens. When you get to th e "Complete" blue screen where it asks you to tap to start using the device, put the stylus on the reset button but don't press it. Tap on the screen. You will get a message saying that the OEM (Verizon) customizations will be installed on 3 seconds. Hit reset as soon as you see the message and you're all set. When the

phone reboots you will have a fully functional and unbranded phone without all the garbage Verizon adds to it. Wifi/phone can be used at the same time, there a re no longer any locks. Obex may work as well, I have no way to test it. Also, y ou get some extra menu items here and there. Works flawlessly. If you do need some of the crap Verizon installs, open up the Extended ROM parti tion and install it by clicking on the cabs. Don't run the remove. cab. Accessing the extended ROM is easy, you just need to goto registry and change 2 keys to unhide it. When this is done, reset and you will see the Extended ROM in File Explorer. From there, you can run all the needed cabs. No need to run any ROM unlockers, files cannot be deleted from this partition so there is no risk o f losing anything. Btw, the MMS stuff takes up like 5MB. I don't use it and see no reason to pay Verizon money to send these useless messages. "How would i access the extended ROM cabs, etc. after removing the VZ stuff?" Yo u are not removing anything, you're just not installing the customizations. "Do you have "Device Lock" on the today screen after removing the VZ stuff?" Not sure what you mean by device lock. Everything works like it should. Keys: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\StorageManager\AutoLoad\ TRUEFFS_DOC1] "Bootphase"=dword:00000002 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\StorageManager\Profiles\ TRUEFFS_DOC1] "MountHidden"=dword:00000000 THis is how I have mine in 1X only mode: flashed back to stock VZW Rom with 1.10 radio changed the settings for mode of operation to 1x Only. flashed to wm6. Now when I go into mode of operation, it says hybrid but I never get a EV icon o n the phone. Always 1x. Which I am okay with that for now. No ScreenRotate icon in statusbar HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Services\ScreenRotate\ShowIcon 0 (DWORD decimal) Camera: Contact Photo Button This will give you an extra button for taking smaller images. [[HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\HTC\Camera\AppDefSettings\P4]] "Enable": Set to 1 to enable and 0 to disable. Wi-Fi Resume Fix WM5.0 on Blue Angel does not turn on the Wifi after it returns from suspend. The registry key for this behavior was found. Go to either of those: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Comm\tiacxwln\Parms HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Comm\tiacxwln1\Parms You'll find a DWORD value named ResetOnResume'''. The value is set to '1' by def ault. If you set it to 0, the WiFi signal will turn on automatically when you po wer on your device. Remember: after changing a registry key, turn off the device

for 15 seconds, then perform the soft-reset. TIP: To find your adapter name go to: Start -> Settings -> Connections -> Networ k Cards -> Network Adapters, and look for "xxxxxxx Compatible Wireless Ethernet" again, it is called 'tiacxwln Compatible Wireless Ethernet' on most (if not all ) BA devices. Timezone and time update In the branch HKLM\Software\OEM\PhoneSetting Change the value of the Key "ShowTi meZonesPage" to value of 1 (dword). Close your registry editor (no reset require d) and tap START-SETTINGS-PHONE, there should be a new tab where you can automat ically set the phone to get time and timezone information from the network. Real ly useful for me as I do extensive travelling. Tested on WM5 USE SD Card as My Documents Folder This hack isn't very practical for people which swaps SD cards on and off freque ntly. Open the key HKLM\System\StorageManager\Profiles\SDMemory and change the value o f the string "Folder" to "My documents". Be sure to close all documents and copy the original My Documents content to the SD card. Remove or rename the Old 'My Documents' out of the way and soft-reset. It might happen that another 'My Docum ents' folder is created and the SD shows up as 'My Documents 2'. just delete the just created 'My Documents', and remove and reinsert the SD card. Hide/show your SIM contacts in WM5: Go to the reg key HKCU\Control Panel\Phone and create the DWORD value "ShowSIM" and set it to zero. To show the SIM contact s again, either set the value to 1 or delete it. Ini untuk menambah fungsi tombol mengecilkan IMAGE di CAMERA HKLM\SOFTWARE\HTC\Camera\AppDefSettings\P4 "Enable" = Aktif 1 Matikan 0 Sembunyikan/Tunjukan SIM contacts HKCU\Control Panel\Phone Buat baru DWORD value "ShowSIM" Aktif 1 Matikan 0 Menganti penampilan waktu di taskbar Untuk menghilangkan: HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Shell\TBOpt = Untuk menunjukan waktu: HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Shell\TBOpt = Untuk menunjukan tgl: HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Shell\TBOpt = Untuk menunjukan waktu & tgl: HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Shell\TBOpt =

0 (DWORD decimal) 1 (DWORD decimal) 2 (DWORD decimal) 3 (DWORD decimal)

Ganti Lokasi FILE ke "Memory Card" -location My Documents HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows CE Services\FileSyncPath = "\Storage Card\My Doc uments"

-location email dan attachments HKCU\Software\Microsoft\MAPI\PropertyPath = "\Storage Card\Mail" -location Temporary Internet Files HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Shell Folders\Cache = "\ Storage Card\cacheie" -location Ringtone file HKCU\ControlPanel\SoundCategories\Ring\Directory = "\Storage Card\" Hide/Show Screen orientation icon If you wish to hide the Screen orientation icon, shown in the task bar on some d evices, you can set: HKLM\Services\ScreenRotate\ShowIcon = 0 (DWORD decimal) HKLM\System\GDI\Rotation\HideOrientationUI = 1 (DWORD decimal) And to show it again: HKLM\Services\ScreenRotate\ShowIcon = 1 (DWORD decimal) HKLM\System\GDI\Rotation\HideOrientationUI = 0 (DWORD decimal) If this doesn't work, you can try: HKLM\Services\screenrotate = 0 (DWORD decimal) And to show it again: HKLM\Services\screenrotate = 1 (DWORD decimal) Note that this icon and its feature may not be available on your device at all. Show slide-out keyboard caps/dot icon next to SIP If your device contains a file called "capnotify.exe", try running it (most devi ces that have it will already have it in the Windows\StartUp\ folder), and setti ng the following value to get a visual presentation of whether you are in caps o r dot (alternate key function) mode: HKCU\ControlPanel\Keybd\EnableIndicator = 1 Please note that if your device has no external keyboard with caps/dot mode, you won't gain anything from this tweak Please also note that the application "CapNotify.exe" must be running (normally found in \Windows\StartUp\ already) for this to work Put custom text on bottom-right of Today screen You can set some piece of text on the bottom-right of the Today Screen by settin g the following key: HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Shell\DeviceBeta\Today = "Hello World" (REGSZ string, n o quotes) Please note that this text won't take up Today item text. It will be obscured by Today items. Change the location of My Documents

Documents are opened in and saved to the device's internal storage by default. Y ou can change this location to, for example, your Storage Card: HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Windows CE Services\FileSyncPath = "\Storage Card\My Do cuments" (REGSZ string, no quotes) hange this location to, for example, your Storage Card: HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Shell Folders\Cache = " \Storage Card\cacheie" (REGSZ string, no quotes) To return to the original location: HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Explorer\Shell Folders\Cache = " \Windows\Profiles\guest\Temporary Internet Files" (REGSZ string, no quotes) Change the location of Ringtone file storage WM5 will look for Ringtones in \Windows\ or \Windows\Rings by default. You can c hange this location to, for example, your Storage Card (example given is for rin gtones placed on the Storage Card root folder): HKCU\ControlPanel\SoundCategories\Ring\Directory = "\Storage Card\" (REGSZ stri ng, no quotes) To return to the original location: HKCU\ControlPanel\SoundCategories\Ring\Directory = "\Windows\Rings\" (REGSZ str ing, no quotes) Note the default location may be "\Windows\" or "\Windows\Rings\" depending on y our Device provider. Change the folder where the camera stores images and videos (HTC only?) For images (REG_SZ string): HKLM\SOFTWARE\HTC\Camera\Image\SaveFolder For videos (REG_SZ string): HKLM\SOFTWARE\HTC\Camera\Video\SaveFolder The folder you specify here is inside My Documents, i.e., if you set the value " Pictures" it will store them in "\My Documents\Pictures". Disable menu animations To disable menu animations (sliding in/out) and speed up performance of the UI a bit: HKLM\SYSTEM\GWE\Menu\AniType = 0 (DWORD decimal) Disable window animations To disable window animations (minimizing/maximizing) and speed up performance of the UI a bit: HKLM\SYSTEM\GWE\Animate = 0 (DWORD decimal)

Show Calendar event text in Week View If you wish to see a Calendar event's text in the Week View, set the following: HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Calendar\ShowTextInWeekView = 1 (DWORD decimal) Add Lunar Calendar mode to Calendar You can add a Lunar Calendar mode to the Calendar view, showing a 'Month' view w ith the Lunar months/days. HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Calendar\ShowLunarCalendar = 1 (DWORD decimal) Change the Short Date Format Applications may call upon the system to provide a 'short date format'. One such application is the Date/Time display in the taskbar, if set to show the date. T o change the Short Date Format to show "Mon/2" (example): HKLM\nls\overrides\SSDte = "ddd/d " (REGSZ string, no quotes) Add a 'Disconnect' button (and Timer) to the Connection List for GPRS To add a Disconnect button: HKLM\ControlPanel\Phone\Flags2 = 8 (DWORD decimal) To add a Disconnect button and a timer display showing how long GRPS is in use f or the session: HKLM\ControlPanel\Phone\Flags2 = 16 (DWORD decimal) To disable both the Disconnect button and the timer: HKLM\ControlPanel\Phone\Flags2 = 0 (DWORD decimal) Remove operator skin from Phone app If your device's Phone app is skinned, you can remove by setting: HKLM\Security\Phone\Skin\Enabled = 0 (DWORD decimal) Always require SMS Delivery notification If you always want an SMS Delivery notification (see note below!), and are tired of ticking the 'Request message delivery notification' checkbox, set: HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Inbox\Settings\SMSDeliveryNotify = 1 (DWORD decimal) Low Battery warning By default, a PPC will sound a warning sound when the battery is running low (10 %, fixed value), but there's no way to disable or change the notification. To en able this, so that it is visible in the "Sounds & Notifications" control panel, set: HKCU\ControlPanel\Notifications\{A877D663-239C-47a7-9304-0D347F580408}\Default = "Low battery warning" (REGSZ string, no quotes)

Note that the string used can be whatever you like it to be Reading battery level You can read the remaining battery charge from this key. In my system it shows 5 308416 when fully charged. HKLM\System\State\Battery\Main (DWORD value) Reading signal strength You can read the percentage of GSM signal strength from this key HKLM\System\State\Phone\Signal Strength (DWORD value) Customize operator's name To show specified operator name set HKLM\SOFTWARE\OEM\PhoneSetting\ONSDisplayRule=0 (DWORD decimal) And then at HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\RIL\Operator Names add the code and the name to display. The value is 5 digits "CCCOO", where CCC i s 3-digits country code, and OO is 2-digits operator's code. For example: "25099"="BEE LINE" For country and network code, go to wikipidea for mobile country code and networ k code To show operator name based on the SIM card used (eg for cases where dual SIM ad apter are used), set HKLM\SOFTWARE\OEM\PhoneSetting\ONSDisplayRule=1 (DWORD decimal) For my dual-SIM adaptor, when I switch between SIMs, the phone with default sett ings showed always one and the same name, until I reboot the device. Then, it wa s not able to retrieve operator's name from one of the SIM cards I use. Probably it is an adaptor fault. But anyway, after I changed ONSDisplayRule to 0 and set more up-to-date names for operators that I use, I now always see the name of th e operator of the chosen SIM. Change the "Message Sent" and other general notification bleep This will change the sound of other pop-up messages as well as SMS sent bleep. T he default sound is the `msgbox.wav` in the \Windows directory. To change it, go to HKCU\ControlPanel\Notifications\Default And change to the names of other wav files in your \Windows directory without th e `.wav` extension. Show Wireless Today item By just adding following keys to the registry will get you a nice 'wireless' tod ay item that show Network name/status, WiFi name/status as well as Bluetooth sta

tus. Confirmed to work on AKU2 ROMs [HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Today\Items\"Wireless"] "DLL"="netui.dll" "Order"=dword:00000000 "Enabled"=dword:00000001 "Type"=dword:00000004 Add time sync Tab to Phone Settings To add a time sync tab to your Phone Settings (Start > Settings > Phone > Time Z ones), set the following: HKLM\SOFTWARE\OEM\PhoneSetting\ShowTimeZonesPage = 1 (DWORD decimal) Put custom text on bottom-right of Today screen You can set some piece of text on the bottom-right of the Today Screen by settin g the following key: HKLM\Software\Microsoft\Shell\DeviceBeta\Today = "Hello World" (REGSZ string, n o quotes) Please note that this text won't take up Today item text. It will be obscured by Today items. I can tell you how to switch to NAM2, not sure about editing it though. Press the send button and then press Menu and select Options.. Then select the Services tab and scroll down until you see either NAM select or Switch NAM and the tap Get Settings... Okey dokey. Well I've found something that might help you. I can't actually test these settings myself as far as changing the settings go but I can tell you wha t to get and how to do it. OK. What you'll need: CDMA Workshop (http://www.cdma-ware.com) 6700 Drivers ( can be found here: http://members.driverguide.com/drive...riverid =333184) You need to get the drivers first so your computer can recognize the phone w/ a com port. To install the drivers visit this site (i tested the procedure to make sure and it does work) http://ppc6700users.com/forums/viewt...8c33cf4ae52a45 After you have the drivers installed make sure you have CDMA Workshop and make s ure your COM Port for the Qualcomm Diagnostic Interface is 5 or below. Once you have that done open CDMA Workshop and under Com Settings (AT Mode) sele ct the com port you chose for Qualcomm Diagnostic, once you do that select Conne ct, then Read.

If you get an error saying Failed... COM Port # doesn't exist just restart you'r e computer. After you have the settings read from the phone you should see a bunch of inform ation on the left side underneath Phone Information Select the 'Other' tab and you will see PRL as well as a drop down box with NAM1 and NAM2. Select the NAM you want for your other service and load the write the PRL to it. Once you have that done go to the 'NAM' tab and select the NAM you want to edit and click 'Read' You should see your phone's information being read, once it's read change the MI N and Directory number to whatever you need them to be and Write it back to the phone. That should be it. I haven't tested this yet, but I don't see why it wouldn't work. You can edit your NAM settings by first determining your MSL then: Send-##MSL-Send MSL=your six digit MSL. Something is weird if it's not showing bars when you have 50% or better receptio n. Mine goes from 1 to 4 bars, depending on signal in a given area, and it's sim ilar to the Treo 700w and other Verizon phones (except the mega-RF Moto e815 whi ch tops them all). When the phone has -95 db signal strength (equiv. to 25% sign al strength) it shows one bar. At -70 db and better it shows 4 bars (similar to other phones). How do you check the db levels on this phone? FieldTrial.exe in the Windows directory And FieldTrial.exe is a hidden file, so you'll need a 3rd party file manager lik e Resco's or Midnight Commander to see it and run it. Open file explorer, navigate to the windows directory and then hit the menu butt on (right softkey) . Choose "Show All Files" and then find "FieldTrial.exe" and see what your signal is then. I've noticed that the xv6700's signal meter as far as the number of bars goes is almost useless at worst and wildly inaccurate at best. Fieldtrial gives you the best reading of what your signal really is. Case in point, I've often seen signal in the low 80's and the phone shows 0 bars of s ignal. In case you're not sure where to look, your signal strength will be next to "Rx Power" and the lower the number after the negative sign, the better. I'm showing -79dB right now, which is decent. I've found I can hold a call reliably up to about 100dB at which point it can get sketchy. If you're in a non-EVDO area, then I guess changing it to 1x might help a little bit with battery life but I don't see how or why it would help increase signal strength. You're getting perfectly good signal, it's just that the "bars" don't reflect it. Either way, you dial ##778 on your phone, then hit talk, hit edit, e nter 000000 (six zeroes) for the unlock code and then there's a drop down on the top left. Change it to "modem settings". Find "preferred mode" and change it fr om "automatic" to "CDMA only". That should lock it down to 1x data only. You mig

ht even want to change HDR Hybrid preferred to disable, but I'm not so sure if t hat's necessary. Here are some suggestions to what could be the problem: (At your own risk, of co urse; I can't be held responsible for any changes you make) Update your PRL or re-run the activation. *228 + send. Circuit precedence - There is a call priority code you can put in that is suppos ed to force calls to interrupt both 1xRTT and 1xEVDO. I think most phones ship t his way already, though. Slot Cycle Index - There may be a problem with your phone's network polling (kno wn as Slot Cycle Index), although I've never heard of a case as severe as yours. Fortunately, the phone component of the XV-6700 allows you to configure this se tting. Try following the VERIZON directions in the PPC6700Users thread, linked t o above, to see if it makes a difference. Get the latest ROM if you do not have it. There is a thread in this forum that t alks about it and shows which version numbers will appear on your phone's bootup screen. Check it. If you don't have the latest ROM, upgrade to it. It's worth i t and fixes lots of issues people used to have. I changed setting in ESPT->Modem Setting-HDR Hybrid Prefered to Enable, It was d isable, & prefered mode to Automatic, now I am getting incomming calls in EVDO & stay on Verizon Wireless provider while I make a call. Unbranded phone without any Verizon customization Quote Originally Posted by drrjv Check out this link on the HF UT Starcom/Audiovox Forum (thanks to Oleg106, with minor formatting edits) "How to avoid Verizon customization, more memory & features. This is actually pretty simple and does not require any hacks whatsoever. What you will get: 'Unbranded' phone without any Verizon customization! More memory, ~10MB more for me. The MMS package alone uses around 4MB. No Verizon links, no EVDO, no bs. You can still install the customizations later if you need any of them, I don t. More features. The phone application alone has like 4 new services to play with. Wifi & phone can be used at the same time, no need to edit the registry. Possibly obex and other crap Verizon took out. Steps: 1. Hard reboot the phone. This is done by holding the two soft keys and pressing the reset button. Hit "Y" to continue. 2. Go through the screen calibration, zone and password screens.

3. When you get to the "Complete" blue screen where it asks you to tap to start using the device, put the stylus on the reset button but don't press it. 4. Tap on the screen. You will get a message saying that the OEM (Verizon) custo mizations will be installed on 3 seconds. 5. Hit reset as soon as you see the message and you're all set. When the phone reboots you will have a fully functional 'unbranded' phone withou t all the garbage Verizon adds to it. WiFi and phone can be used at the same time - there are no longer any locks. Obe x may work as well, I have no way to test it. Also, you get some extra menu item s here and there. Works flawlessly. If you do need some of the crap Verizon installs, open up the Extended ROM parti tion and install it by clicking on the cabs. Don't run the remove. cab." See linked thread for more information! I did this on the VX6700 I have and it works great (no hacks required). I did turn EVDO back on - very easy to do as noted below: (modified from Xterra13) "Steps: 1. Open Settings and select the Connections Tab. 2. Click Connections. 3. Add a new modem connection. 4. Name the connection whatever you want. 5. Select Cellular Line as the modem. 6. Enter #777 as the number to dial. 7. Enter User Name number@vzw3g.com and password vzw; leave domain blank. (Xterr a13 suggested leaving all blank and the setting thru PIE). 8. Click Finish. 9. Go to Connections and select Advanced Tab. 10. Click 'Select Networks'. 11. Under Network Management, select 'My Work Network' in both slots. 12. You may have to select Edit to make sure the EVDO Modem is selected." If you did the unbranded phone hack and would like to access the extended rom to install just what you want. Follow the steps below Quote Originally Posted by oleg106 Accessing the extended ROM is easy, you just need to goto registry and change 2 keys to unhide it. When this is done, reset and you will see the Extended ROM in File Explorer. From there, you can run all the needed cabs. No need to run any ROM unlockers, files cannot be deleted from this partition so there is no risk o f losing anything. Btw, the MMS stuff takes up like 5MB. I don't use it and see no reason to pay Verizon money to send these useless messages. "How would i access the extended ROM cabs, etc. after removing the VZ stuff?" Yo u are not removing anything, you're just not installing the customizations. "Do you have "Device Lock" on the today screen after removing the VZ stuff?" Not sure what you mean by device lock. Everything works like it should.

Keys: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\StorageManager\AutoLoad\ TRUEFFS_DOC1] "Bootphase"=dword:00000002 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\System\StorageManager\Profiles\ TRUEFFS_DOC1] "MountHidden"=dword:00000000 Speed Up Your Windows Mobile Pocket PC. WOW my Pocket PC is fast! I just bumped into an old registry tweak that I have y et to use o_n Windows Mobile 2003. A foreign site todopocketpc had mentioned thi s and I was surprised I had not used it o_n my new install. o_nce I applied this reg tweak I immediately saw a difference in how fast my Windows Mobile Pocket P C responded. Today plugins load faster my Games folder loads faster. Its just an overall better experience. I would highly suggest backing up your Pocket PC bef ore you try this as playing with your registry can cause problems if you do not know what you are doing. Protect your Pocket PC BACKUP! If you need a registry editor, you can find a free one at http://www.freewareppc .com/utilities/regeditce.shtml 1. 2. 3. 4. Open your registry editor o_n your Pocket PC Navigate to HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SYSTEM\GDI\GLYPHCACHE\ Change the value of 'limit' from 8192 to 32768 Close registry editor and soft reset.

Registry tweak to store the Pocket Internet Explorer data on your Mini-SD EDIT: The following post is a registry tweak to store the Pocket Internet Explor er data on your Mini-SD card instead of the internal storage. It currently resul ts in a PocketIE error where it crashes and closes immediately after loading a p age. Clearing the data using the options in PocketIE solves the problem temporar ily. ok here's what i've figured out... (i suggest backing up your registry before changing anything, as always) find this key: HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Exp lorer\Shell Folders\ 3 values are here: \Windows\Profiles\Guest\History \Windows\Profiles\Guest\Cookies \Windows\Profiles\Guest\Temporary Internet Files Create a folder on your storage card for all three and edit the values above: I used: \Storage Card\My Documents\IE\History \Storage Card\My Documents\IE\Cookies \Storage Card\My Documents\IE\Temporary Internet Files After doing this, I ran PocketIE and browsed a few websites and it appears that the temporary files are now being stored on my storage card! Let me know how thi

s works for you... you should be able to clear your Windows\Profiles\Guest folder now...it had been saving my gmail login/pw and when i changed the registry to bounce it to the st orage card, it no longer remembered...so it's not using these folders anymore. My last question would be about the folder \Windows\Temporary Internet Files\Con tent.IE5 - but that folder, for me, appears to be only taking about 20kb. good luck...let me know how this works for you guys. edit: i just found that, after making these changes, if you go to clear your tem porary internet files through pocketIE, it will clear the storage card folders.. .if you want to clear your windows/profiles folder (which you should, to get all that space back), either do it before making these changes, or do a soft reset and use file explorer to delete the files right afterwards. Enabling Dial Up Networking 1. Go to the PHONE application 2. typed in ##3328873 3. then hit send 4. screen pops up with a Please Enter Unlock Code and a white box 5. enter code 000000 6. new window pops up Named "ESPT" 7. There are two options that read diabled Enable WModem and BT DUN 8. Highlight the the first item then click edit on the bottom 9 Choose enable 10 Hlight the the second item BT DUN then click edit on the bottom 11. Choose enable 7. Push Save / OK 8. Push Ok 9. follow the prompt to restart your device after your VX7600 restarts launch "My Bluetooth Places" on your laptop then turn on blue tooth on your vx6700 by clicking Start / Settings / Connetions / Bluetooth/ check off Turn on Blue tooth and make my device discoverable then click discover service in the my bluetooth place on your laptop pair the de vices together.when done. The laptop will say found new device Dial Up Netwoking on BT Device. drivers are there in Win XP I did not load any drivers to do this Click connect put in phonenumber@vzw3g.com for user name then vzw for the password and #777 in the dial box. then clcik for all users. then click remember setting and connect. this is on my Win XP SP2 Laptop did not do anything else except what is lised above to connect,,

once connected I did go in and do this on the VX6700 under /hklm/software/oem/wmodem/ wModemDUN I set that from 0 to 1 did not restart the unit or laptop. Enable WIFI & Phone to work at same time OK!!! heres the problem. A lot of us want to be able to use phone and evdo at the same time. 1) Download PHM Regedit (search google for "phm regedit download") 2) start phm regedit go to HKEY LOCAL MACHINE>SERVICES>WirelessMGR 3) Edit the key called mutexflag change the value from 1 to 0 4) accept the changes close the program set you phone down and WAIT 15 minutes. 5) reset phone by pushing the reset button on the bottom Now you can turn wifi and phone on at same time Now for what you do to solve your problem with connecting on accident to EVDO 1) go to START>Setting>Connections>Connections>Manage Existing Connections> 2) push and hold on top of data network until the option delete pops up 3) delete it NO MORE EVDO Vision duration (see how long you are connected to vision & disconnect button) - Click HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE -Click ControlPanel - Click Phone - [at this point, the buttom grey status bar should read \HKLM\ControlPanel\Phon e' - Click the bottom menu 'edit' - Select new dword value - Change the value name to "Flags2" (no quotes). - Select the 'hexidecimal' button. - Type 10 - Click ok. - You should now see in the 'name/data' section: - Flags2 16 (0x00010) - When done, reset the device. Keyboard Leds -HKEY_Current_User, then go to Control Panel, then to Backlight, then at the bot tom you'll see a key that says QKEYLED TIMEOUT. - Modify that key and change the D Word from 10 to whatever seconds you want. I have mine set for 60. After you make your change click ok, then do a soft reset. It works for me! 60 seconds seems to be for me the best setting, 10 seconds was way to short. Hope this helps! Setting MP3/WMA/WAV for rings tones - Add media files into "\Windows\Rings\" folder - or -Use File Explorer and click and hold on media file and select "Set as Ringtone" - They will now be available in the phone preference section as well as the cont act ringtone section.

- Recommendation: Use only 15-20 second long clips for ringtones to save space. Setting WMA/WAV for alerts - Add WAV files into "\Windows\" Folder - They will now be available in the Settings>Sounds and Notifications section. - Recommendation: Use only 5-20 second long clips for Alerts to save space. Clearing cache to improve space When in IE: Menu...Tools...Options. Then hit the "Memory" tab and the "Delete Fi les" button. Moving Notes to SD card (will no longer sync correctly) - Notes/Menu/Options/Save to:/Storage Card. Here is easy and simple way to upgrade to the newest radio 1.41. Download the fi le below, un-zip, put your phone in bootloader mode (hold record button and powe r button, press the soft reset button), and run APACUpgradeUt_noID. Follow the o nscreen instructions, then when finished, perform a soft reset instead of a hard reset (this way you wont lose all of your data). It will tell you to do a hard reset, but believe me, a soft reset will word just fine. This will work for all apache's on any carrier I'm flashing back to stock 1.10 rom. If you want the factory stock rom, download the original factory rom from UTStar's website, open the APA*.exe using Winrar (maybe winzip too?). Extract the \OutputFile\radio_.nbf. This is your 1.10 radio ROM. Then I used the same package phoenix has (1st post in this thread) and overwrote THAT radio_. nbf with the UTStar version and ran the program as usual. I suggest you flash back to the original radio ROM for your carrier. Just go to www.utstar.com and download the latest rom release for your particular carrier, extract it with winrar and delete the nk.nbf and ms_.nbf files. Then run the ROM UpgradeUT.exe and it will reflash the original radio ROM (takes a while, at lea st 5 minutes if not longer). Then once that is done see if you get any difference in your signal meter. If no change than what you're seeing is unrelated to the radio ROM. The first file is a zip while the second is an exe, but that makes no difference . (The exe is really a self-extracting zip or rar.) For either of them, point to the file in windows, right click and open with winrar, winzip, or other suitabl e unpacker. Extract the three nbf files (nk.nbf, ms.nbf, and radio.nbf) and drop them into the c:\BuildOS\Upgrade\NoID_RUU folder. Then double-click APACUpgrade Ut_noID.exe after placing your phone in bootloader and connecting . wifi on while the phone is on. Go to the key HKEY LOCAL MACHINE\SERVICES\WirelessMGR and change MutexFlag to 0. soft reset. You ll now be able to have wifi on while the phone is on. from 1

Enable BT & USB DUN Go to the phone application and dial ##3328873 (FEATURE) and hit dial it will as k for your unlock code, so enter 000000 (six zeroes) EPST will popup and you ll se e two entries: Enable Wmodem and Enable BT DUN. Highlight each in turn and click

edit on the bottom right, change both to enabled. Push ok and it will prompt yo u to soft reset. After soft resetting, you can then dialup via Bluetooth or USB cable. In order to use the USB cable, you ll need the CDMA USB modem drivers which are on the 6700 product CD under \OEM\APPS\Drivers\CDMA USB Modem. Or download them here: CDMA USB modem drivers. It comes with a dialer program that you don t n ecessarily need to use. However, if you re using the USB cable, you have to start the wmodem program on your pocketPC to keep it from trying to activesync. It s loc ated in \windows\wmodem.exe. Run this before you connect the handheld to your PC via USB. Then you can just setup a DUN connection in windows to dial #777, use your 10-digit number @vzw3g.com as your username and vzw as the password. Once t he connection is setup (assuming you re using a manual connection in windows) clic k on the setup button in the connection under USB CDMA modem and change the COM po rt speed to whatever the highest setting you have is. After that, you should be able to dial up just fine. Eliminate accidentally dialing #777, if you don't have the unlimited plan Add a user name to the Data Network connect ion, without any password. In this way, when ever the phone attempts to dial #77 7, a password screen pops up. You can click cancel, if it isn't intentional, or just click "OK", and it will then complete the connection. start - settings - connections - connections - Manage existing connections (for me, this is under the Verizon Wireless heading) edit the Data Network Connect th at has the #777 number., click next - next then put in a username (ANY name will do), and NOTHING else. Force EV-DO/1X, quicker ring response To do this, you will need your MSL, which only Sprint (or your provider) can pro vide you. Verizons cods is 000000 Open up the phone app and dial ##778 (PST). Yo u will be asked to enter your MSL. Enter it, and you will be brought into the pr ovisioning of your phone. From the top left, select Modem Settings. On this page , your Slot Cycle Index (SCI) is how often your phone polls the tower for incomi ng calls, etc. This value is 1.28 seconds multiplied by 2^value (i.e 0=1.28 secs , 1=2.56secs) with 0 fastest, 7 slowest. The default is 2, but lowering it to 1 hasn't noticeably affected my battery life, and roughly 2.5 second (SCI 1) respo nse time is far more reasonable than roughly 5 seconds (SCI 2). Also on this page is your preferred operation mode. The Default is Automatic, wh ich is the best available mode (EV that will roll back to 1X when EV is unavaila ble). There are times when you might be in a fringe area and your mode may cycle frequently and this can seriously drain your battery. Setting this to HDR will force EV-DO only if you demand an EV-DO connection. Changing this setting to CDM A Only will force the phone to ignore an EV-DO tower and maintain only a 1xRTT c onnection. Enables the Ext Rom visible [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESystemStora geManagerAutoLoadTRUEFFS_DOC1] "Bootphase"=dword:00000002 [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINESystemStora geManagerProfilesTRUEFFS_DOC1] "MountHidden"=dword:00000000 Below is a copy of Verizon's config.txt for the cabs to be loaded on hard reset: Apache_VZW_MMS3.0.6.24_20060124.CAB AutoRun.exe Config.txt Customize_105201.sa.CAB Enable_RingTone.sa.CAB

getMMSCtxMenuInfo.CAB Link.sa.CAB PP_AddRingTone_Apache_205200.sa.CAB PP_AreaCode_Apache_203700.sa.CAB PP_DataRetry_Apache_205200.sa.CAB PP_Downlaod_Apache_203200.sa.CAB PP_MSFP_Apache_205200.sa.CAB PP_Nolog_Apache_203200.sa.CAB PP_SMSACK_Apache_205200.sa.CAB PP_Version_Apache_207200.sa.CAB PT_BT_Apache_205200.sa.CAB PT_HideModeOfOperation_Apache_203200.sa.CAB PT_PhoneSettingHelpFile_Apache_205200.sa.CAB PT_WiFiAndRadio_Apache_203200.sa.CAB Region.sa.CAB Remove.sa.CAB Signed_MMS3.0.6.22_Apache_VZW_26Sep05.CAB TPDisable.exe TPEnable.exe Verizon_Logo2.bmp VZWProvision.PPC400_2577MTM.CAB VZWProvision_Signed.sa.CAB And you can browse to the Extended Rom and view the CAB files by installing Tota l Commander and typing /Extended_ROM/ You can now view the cab files that would have normally installed. Today Screen Wireless This will show if you are on your home network or roaming, also it will show if your WiFi & bluetooth is On/Off. Very cool hack, thanks to that_kid for posting this over at pdaphonehome.com Click Click Click Click Click Click HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE SOFTWARE Microsoft Today Items "Wireless"

Thier will be nothing in this folder to start! Now add the fallowing to the folder Add Add Add Add Add Add new new new new new new Dword with a Dword with a String Value Dword with a Dword with a Dword with a name name with name name name Flags and the value is "0" Options and the value is "0" a name DLL value is "netui.dll" Order and the value is "0" Enabled and the value is "1" Type and the value is "4

Now close the program and soft reset the phone. I hate the way the volume slider works by default. Push and hold it down and it moves down once, then moves down rapidly. You let g o and it keeps moving. Argh! You can change this. Go to Settings / Personal tab / Buttons / Up/Down Control tab. I set my Repeat rate to the slowest setting and that seems to turn repeat off. With that setting, you have to slide it and rele

ase it once for every notch you want to move up/down in adjusting the volume store the Pocket Internet Explorer data on your Mini-SD card instead of the inte rnal storage. It currently results in a PocketIE error where it crashes and closes immediately after loading a page. Clearing the data using the options in PocketIE solves th e problem temporarily. find this key: HKCU\Software\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Exp lorer\Shell Folders\ 3 values are here: \Windows\Profiles\Guest\History \Windows\Profiles\Guest\Cookies \Windows\Profiles\Guest\Temporary Internet Files Create a folder on your storage card for all three and edit the values above: \Storage Card\My Documents\IE\History \Storage Card\My Documents\IE\Cookies \Storage Card\My Documents\IE\Temporary Internet Files So you know how you get crappy images from the sprint proxy server? (like when y ou go to google and you see a grey box behind the compressed grainy google logo) Well, lets say you want to see pictures, but the real natural picture, and dont want the ugly compressed version, or lets say you need to download album art fr om the net to put into WMP10, you want colorful art right? Here's a solution. Heres the correct reg edit: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE -> SOFTWARE -> Microsoft -> Windows-> CurrentVersion -> Inter net Settings -> 5.0 -> User Agent change default to the following: Mozilla/4.0 ; Blazer/4.0 make sure to do a soft reset and refresh your browser Remove Wireless Manager, Power Icons & Screen Rotation from System Tray First let me thank everyone for sharing what you have learned on our 6700's. I h ope this is one of many post's with something helpful in it.... anyway here it g oes... HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Services\WirelessMgr DWord: Keep Set Value: 0 0x0(0) HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Services\Power DWord: ShowIcon Set Value: 0 0x0(0) HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Services\WirelessMgr DWord: ShowIcon Set Value: 0 0x0(0) I shut off my blinking LED by going: Hkey_Local_Machine/Drivers/Builtin/AllLEDMgr And change the Index value from 1 to 0 Then soft reset. This is for both the blue and green LEDs.

[EDIT. Note: This deactivated the vibrate mode on my phone]

Speed up dialing on your 6700: Turn off keypad tones: Press green phone button Bottom right "MENU" OPTIONS KEYPAD = OFF OK speeds up the dialing process a lil bit But remember one thing- If you turn the tones off, then you will lose your abili ty to send "TouchTones" by hitting certain digits. No dialing of extensions, PIN numbers etc. To prevent your Today background screen from getting reset every time you do a s oft reset, take any file management program and go to \Windows\StartUp. There sh ould be a link to a program called __cusTSKTEMP.exe. Delete this link (or move i t someplace else if you feel awkward about deleting things inside \Windows). I h ave tested this on a Verizon phone IE always wanting to go to the "blank" setting and not my home page - HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\AboutURLs - change "blank" to whatever you want How to keep your backlight (on battery power) from reverting back to 10 seconds \HKCU\ControlPanel\Backlight\LockLevel ignore the LockLevel key inside the LockLevel folder...RENAME the folder to Lock Levelx...i tried various other strategies but this caused the phone to eventuall y recreate the LockLevel folder with the proper key inside...but this time the k ey was set to 0 instead of 1. it's been 2 weeks with multiple soft resets and th e backlight settings have been surviving as they should.. Add AM/PM to the time HKLM\nls\overrides 1. Create String: S1159 Value = Am 2. Create String: S2359 Value = Pm 3. Create String: STFmt Value = h:mm tM Thought this was a must have for those whos nights run into mornings and visa ve rsa. The srings and values are case sensitive. View the Lunar Calendar HKLM/Software/Microsoft/Calendar ShowLunarCalendar = (change "0" to "1") Under View in Calendar, now shows the Lunar Cycle. Change PIE Home PageChange Internet Explorer Homepage

Changing Homepage in Pocket internet explorer: [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\Main] "Start Page"=http://yourpage.com Forcing 1x on the phone Phone/menu/option/service/scroll down to see if you have the "Mode of Operation" if you dont....then you need to do the hack. Change the option HiddenPreferenceMode from 1 to 0 HKLM\SOFTWARE\OEM\PhoneSetting SIP: Suggest More Words [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\Sip] DWORD Name: SuggWords Value: (Choose your preferred number of suggested words - See below) Default value is 4. You may choose 0 to 6. Disable menu animations To disable menu animations (sliding in/out) and speed up performance of the UI a bit: HKLM\SYSTEM\GWE\Menu\AniType = 0 (DWORD decimal) To change it back to the default: HKLM\SYSTEM\GWE\Menu\AniType = 6 (DWORD decimal) Disable window animations To disable window animations (minimizing/maximizing) and speed up performance of the UI a bit: HKLM\SYSTEM\GWE\Animate = 0 (DWORD decimal) And to switch them back on: HKLM\SYSTEM\GWE\Animate = 1 (DWORD decimal) Remove operator skin from Phone app If your device's Phone app is skinned, you can remove by setting: HKLM\Security\Phone\Skin\Enabled = 0 (DWORD decimal) Similarly, you can restore it with: HKLM\Security\Phone\Skin\Enabled = 1 (DWORD decimal) Here's a list of all ## codes from the registry: #4357# ##33284# ##3424# ##778# ##786# ##8626337# ##2539# ##7738# ##3282# ##775# So, ##778# - edit - Master SubLock. = Advanced programing. Customize startup programs In this registry key you can find all the items that appear in the 'New' menu on the Today screen: HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Shell\Extens ions\NewMenu These are the programs that automatically start when performing a soft reset:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Shell\Start Items Customize 'Low Battery' alerts Browse to HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\Notifications\{A877 D663-239C-47a7-9304-0D347F580 408}\ Create a String value named "Default" and set its value to "Low battery warning" . Now go to Start > Settings > Personal tab > Sounds & Notifications applet > Noti fications tab, select "Low battery warning" in the "Select an event" drop-down l ist and you can customize it. Change Display Name order in Contacts set Display name in Contacts: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\SOFTWARE\contact\cproghook] "FL"-> Set 0 if LastName then FirstName, 1 if FirstName then LastName Alternately you can also simply put your first name then last name and then a co mma after it so it will display correctly. An example is John Ross, Show hidden Photo Album Options To enable Editor options: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\ SOFTWARE\HTC\Album\ DisableEditor ] "Disable" -> Set 0 to Enable and 1 to Disable Clear Start Menu Items Modify this registry values: [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Shell\TaskSwi tch] "0"=" " "1"=" " "2"=" " "3"=" " "4"=" " "5"=" " "6"=" " "7"=" " "8"=" " "9 "=" " "10"=" " "11"=" " All done! Fine tune shortcuts for buttons You'll find everything you need under HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\Microsoft\Shell\Keys These properties are set by Settings->Buttons, but the fine tune will let you do more and even change those icons. Change call history size Navigate to [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\Phone] "CallHistoryMax" contains the number of numbers that will be kept in history. F. e. change it to 100. Add background images to alerts You can use this tweak for different alerts such as call Alert, errorbox, inform ationbox, questionbox, exclamationbox, dail, log, start, volume dialog etc. i am describing the process for the call alert only, the rest is the same for al l above mentioned items. HKLM/software/microsoft/shell/Rai/CallAlert 1) create string key named BKBitmapFile and in value define jpg file name with f ull path 2) create dword key named BKFlags and set value 26

reboot your phone now when you will receive a call the image you defined will be in the background Change bluetooth name. The default is whatever the owner name is. (I take credit for this one.) Go toothing! [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\Software\Microsoft\Bluetooth\Set tings] "LocalName"="toothing?" Disable the sound of turning the radio on or off: (No credit, but a must have fo r me.) [HKEY_CURRENT_USER\ControlPanel\PhoneExtendFunction \CDMA\FlightModeOnOFF] "EnableSound"=dword:00000000 Matikan ScreenRotate icon di statusbar HKLM\Services\ScreenRotate\ShowIcon = Aktif 1 Matikan 0 (DWORD decimal) Ini untuk menambah fungsi tombol mengecilkan IMAGE di CAMERA HKLM\SOFTWARE\HTC\Camera\AppDefSettings\P4 "Enable" = Aktif 1 Matikan 0 Sembunyikan/Tunjukan SIM contacts HKCU\Control Panel\Phone Buat baru DWORD value "ShowSIM" Aktif 1 Matikan 0 A quick note on bypassing align screen. Doing this will confirm that the Poc ket PC still works, even though the touch screen is not. When I did it, the butt ons began to work and I browsed through a bunch of screens. However, if someone loosens the screws and the touch screen works again, it's an unnecessary step. I used ActiveSync to remove the short-cut "welcome" found in the Windows / S etup directory. It points to welcome.com in the Windows directory. That's the pr ogram that provides the set-up screen and runs the align program. Removing the s hort-cut in the Windows / Setup directory is completely recoverable. If you then do a hard reset, the system will replace it automatically. You can even cut-pas te it to your PC through ActiveSync and paste it back again. When you go through the set-up / align in the normal way, the system automatically removes it. If y our Pocket PC is already aligned and working normally, you will not find a welco me short-cut in Windows / Setup. Last edited by rogerfgay; 03-20-2007 at 05:35 Get ton een der the phone in bootloader mode by holding down the Power button the Record But and your stylus in the reset hole. You will be given the dark bootloader scr saying "Serial" at the top and "v.X.XX" at the bottom, which is your bootlao version.

Set Up Wireless Connection on Verizon XV6700 The Verizon XV6700 Pocket PC Camera Phone is a really neat device. It's like a m ini portable computer that fits in the palm of your hand. It provides not only w ireless network capability through the EV-DO network, but also has build in WiFi capability. That's where things get a little confusing. Switching between the t wo on the fly with the XV6700 is not as easy as it could be. It takes multiple s teps that even I have a hard time remembering. In this document, I will show you

how to set up various method of connecting to the network and how to switch fro m one to another. Set Up the Verizon EV-DO Wireless Connection It's likely that your phone is already set-up to connect to Verizon's wireless n etwork when you first got it. But if not, these instruction will help you on you r way. Pull down the Start Menu and select "Settings". In the Settings window, click on the "Connections" tab. You'll be presented with the following screen shot. [Settings -> Connections] Tap the "Connections" icon with your stylus. Select the "Advanced" tab. Tap the "Select networks" button. That would bring you to the "Network Management" scree n (see below). [Network Management] Pull down the two lists. If your Verizon Wireless connection already shows up in the lists, then you don't need to set-up this connection. On the other hand, if you doen't, then you'll have to go through the following steps. Tab the "New..." button to create a new connection. Enter a name for this connec tion. You can call it whatever you want. I prefer to use the phrase, "Verizon Wi reless". Now, tap on the "Modem" tab. Click on the "New..." button to make a new modem connection. You can enter any name at this point, but select "Cellular Li ne" for the modem. Tap "Next". At the next screen, enter "#777" for the dialing number. Tap "Next". Leave user name, password, and domain blank. Tap "Finish". F inally, tap the "OK" button to save your settings. Set Up the WiFi Connection If all you want to use is the Verizon Wireless connection, then you are already good to go. But if you want to set-up a WiFi connection as well, I'll show you h ow now, but it is going to get a bit complicated. You'll need some basic knowled ge of setting up a WiFi network. First you'll have to enable the WiFi connection on the XV6700. You can get to th e WiFi on/off screen by tapping the tiny radio wave icon on the lower right hand corner of the main screen. Once you have enabled WiFi, tap on the Start Menu, select "Settings", and then c hoose the "Connections" tab. Now open up "Network Cards". You will be presented with a list of access points to connect to. If you have a simple WiFi network wi th no password key, simply keep the stylus on the access point for two seconds a nd select "Connect". But if you have a password protected access point, you can tap the access point to change the authentication settings. I then remembered the post from equinoxe that had registry settings for his phon e. I took those settings and updated my registry. I now have a decent touch scre en - at least the top 3/4 works fine. The key and settings are: [HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\HARDWARE\DEVICEMAP\TOUCH] "CalibrationData"="1922,1957 3330,639 3317,3276 600,3230 609,677 " kernelguy Afterwards I used the remote alignment tool (attached) to retrieve the correct s ettings from the correctly aligned mda(after changing the registry key then rebo oting the device) then made sure the file was saved on my pc....normally it's sa ved by default in the C:\Program Files\Code Factory\Remote Screen Alignment dire

ctory. The file was called WIZA200.dat. I did a soft reset then when the alignme nt screen came up I did the skip function in the remote screen alignment applica tion and it automatically read the proper calibration from the wiza200.dat file and then properly calibrated my mda now my screen is properly calibrated even th ough i never ran the alignment wizard. So here are the Instructions folks: 1. Download the latest activesync and connect your mda to your computer and veri fy your device is connected(not as guest) 2. Perform a soft/hard reset on your MDA then tap your screen to start the scree n alignment wizard 3. Download the remote screen alignment tool attached and install it on your mac hine. 4. Download the wiza200.txt file attached and rename it to WIZA200.dat then put it in the C:\Program Files\Code Factory\Remote Screen Alignment directory on you r computer 5. Ensure your MDA is connected to your pc(A green activesync Icon usually indic ates a connection :P) 6. Open the remote screen alignment tool on your pc meanwhile your phone be disp laying the alignment screen wizard. 7. Click SKIP in the screen alignment tool. Assuming everything went fine a message box displaying "The operation has been c ompleted successfully. Your device will be restarted." should pop up on your com puter and your device should restart. Afterwards your phone will run the files i t always does when you do a soft/hard reset then you touch screen should be prop erly calibrated and work fine. This will open a "Run.." dialog like in normal windows: Hold the 'action' button (The Middle Dot on Dpad) Tap and hold the clock icon Release both and select 'run' Boost Windows Mobile 5 performance up to 20 percent [HKLM\System\StorageManager\FATFS] CacheSize = 4096 (Decimal Values) [HKLM\System\StorageManager\FATFS] EnableCache = 1 (Decimal Values) [HKLM\System\StorageManager\Filters\fsreplxfilt] ReplStoreCacheSize = 4096 (Deci mal Values) * Soft reset for changes to take effect. Factory values for some keys are 0 This is my first post here - I'm an old programmer, but new to mobile, so I am l earning with my new 6700. Someone asked about what the Verizon Extended ROM does - I went through it just for my own edification and found that it basically contains a script that shows the Verizon logo, locks the touchpad, loads a bunches of cabs, and then unlocks the touchpad. The Cabs seem to do the following (Now in proper order): VZWProvision_Signed.sa.CAB - Add certificates and sets security policy for WAP s igned messages. Apache_VZW_MMS3.0.6.24_20060124.CAB - ArcSoft MMS Application install. getMMSCtxMenuInfo.CAB - Context (popup) Menu Support for ArcSoft MMS Customize_105201.sa.CAB - Installs files and makes Registry settings: Setup Proxy for Data Network Setup Data Network (#777)

Add 2 VZW Certificates. VZW default home page for Browser Copy epst2.epst into \Windows (Activation Wizard data file?) Remove Windows Media link from start menu Add Phone Settings help htm to \Windows Add Downloads link to start menu (handango) Add network service settings Add Handango to Favorites Add TTY Mode settings to Services Set version (overwritten later) "1.05.201 WWE" Modify reg entries under HKCU\Control Panel\PhoneExtentFunction\CDMA: Set Call Forwarding disabled Set Call Waiting disabled Set SMS disabled Set Internet disabled Set Bcsms disabled phone # setup: #778 - EPST ##778 #7764726 - EPST ##7764726 #374 - EPST ##374 #775 - EPST ##775 4357 - EPST ##4357 #33284 - FieldTrial #3328873 - EPST ##3328873 #3424 - DMRouter Enable SMS Delvery Ack Enable SMS Recv Time Stamp Set HKLM\SOFTWARE\HTC\Camera\P3\Enable to 1 Set HKLM\Services\WirelessMgr\MutexFlag to 1 (the hated MUTEX - reset later) Location Phone Services setup Keylock Enable? (HKLM\HARDWARE\OEM\KEYBRD\Keylock=1) *86 added to registry for speed dial #1 Multi-NAI set to 1 Nolog set to 911, *911, #911, 110, 112, 119, 120, *228 (overwritten later) HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Software\OEM\SMS\ EnablePriorityHighLevel=1 PriorityHighLevel=1 Enable_RingTone.sa.CAB - Adds Class Entry to HKEY_CLASSES_ROOT for Ring Tone Pla yer (RTPlugin.dll) Region.sa.CAB - Clock, timezone and language settings: HKLM\nls\DefaultLCID HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Clock\AppInfo HKLM\Time\name=TimeZoneInformation VZWProvision.PPC400_2577MTM.CAB - Installs Wireless Sync application. Remove.sa.CAB - Removes the following registry entries: HKLM\SOFTWARE\Apps\Sync Client HKLM\SOFTWARE\Apps\Customization Customize_100200 HKLM\SOFTWARE\Apps\Arcsoft Arcsoft MMS HKLM\SOFTWARE\Apps\Customization VZWProvision HKLM\Security\AppInstall\Sync Client HKLM\Security\AppInstall\Customization Customize_100200 HKLM\Security\AppInstall\Arcsoft Arcsoft MMS HKLM\Security\AppInstall\Customization VZWProvision presumably hides them from the uninstaller?

Link.sa.CAB - Adds link in start menu for IE PP_AreaCode_Apache_203700.sa.CAB - sets default area code in Registry (HKLM\SOFT WARE\Microsoft\AddrBook\Default_Area) to 000 PP_Downlaod_Apache_203200.sa.CAB - Sets up download link to mobile.handango.com/ vzw-6700/ in favorites for Explorer PT_HideModeOfOperation_Apache_203200.sa.CAB - sets HKLM\Software\OEM\PhoneSettin g\HiddenPreferenceMod e to 1 - "Hide Mode of Operation in the Phone Setting" - t his prevents you from accessing the Mode of Operation page (Hybrid/EVDO/1xRTT se lection) PT_WiFiAndRadio_Apache_203200.sa.CAB - sets HKLM\Services\WirelessMgr\MutexFlag to 0 - enables simultaneous WiFi and Phone use. PP_Version_Apache_207200.sa.CAB - sets HKLM\SOFTWARE\OEM\3rdversion\MSYSTEM to " 2.07.200 WWE" , overriding earlier setting in Customize_105201.sa.CAB PP_Nolog_Apache_203200.sa.CAB - sets HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\Security\Phone\NoLog val ue. #s not to add to dial history. Value is a set of null-terminated ASCII strin gs: 911,*911,#911,110,112,119,120,*228,*22899. Overrides earlier Customise cab s etting! PT_BT_Apache_205200.sa.CAB - Installs \Windows\ATCmdInt.dll Date 2/15/06, versio n 0.0.0.0, OS ver 4.0, Subsystem version 5.2 PP_AddRingTone_Apache_205200.sa.CAB - Adds the three basic Ring Tone .wma files to \Windows\Rings and sets current to newly-added ring 2 PP_MSFP_Apache_205200.sa.CAB - Messaging and Security Feature Pack heartbeat set tings PT_PhoneSettingHelpFile_Apache_205200.sa.CAB - Adds help page for phone settings PP_DataRetry_Apache_205200.sa.CAB - Sets retry count to 0 - HKLM\Comm\ConnMgr\Pl anner\Settings\RetryCount=0 PP_SMSACK_Apache_205200.sa.CAB - sets HKLM\Software\OEM\SMS\Delivery Ack to 3 Edit - added missing cabs, re-ordered to correct order [Verizon] -Here is a comprehensive thread dealing with the Verizon ExtRom -All Verizon Cabs are optional, but this will require manual setup of data servi ces and voicemail+VZWProvision_Signed.sa.CAB +Apache_VZW_MMS3.0.6.24_20060124.CAB +getMMSCtxMenuInfo.CAB +Customize_105201.sa.CAB +Enable_RingTone.sa.CAB +Region.sa.CAB +VZWProvision.PPC400_2577MTM.CAB +Remove.sa.CAB +Link.sa.CAB +PP_AreaCode_Apache_203700.sa.CAB

+PP_Downlaod_Apache_203200.sa.CAB +PT_HideModeOfOperation_Apache_203200.sa.CAB +PT_WiFiAndRadio_Apache_203200.sa.CAB +PP_Version_Apache_207200.sa.CAB +PP_Nolog_Apache_203200.sa.CAB +PT_BT_Apache_205200.sa.CAB +PP_AddRingTone_Apache_205200.sa.CAB +PP_MSFP_Apache_205200.sa.CAB +PT_PhoneSettingHelpFile_Apache_205200.sa.CAB +PP_DataRetry_Apache_205200.sa.CAB +PP_SMSACK_Apache_205200.sa.CAB Getting stuck at the Align Screen step of the Windows Mobile setup process is f ar too common an error. We've received many emails asking what to do, so don't feel alone. While there is no official workaround or solution of which we are aware, Code Fa ctory has written a small software utility called Remote Screen Alignment that r uns within Windows which allows you to bypass the Align Screen. This program was written for users with sight problems, but it can also be useful for those who are experiencing the stuck align screen problem. Download this .ZIP file from Code Factory: Remote Screen Alignment Application Connect your Windows Mobile device to your Windows PC. Install and run Remote S creen Alignment with the installer contained within the .ZIP file. Remote Screen Alignment Utility Screenshot Use the first "Skip" button to move past the Align Screen to the main Windows Mo bile Today Screen. You may need to align the screen manually by tapping Start > Settings > System ( tab) > Screen in order for the touchscreen to work correctly.

NOTE: Code Factory warns that Remote Screen Alignment should be run in Windows 2 000 or later. The program does not specifically state whether or not it will ru n on Windows Vista, but we were able to use it on our system. What you need before the upgrade: The following procedures are required if you intend to rollback to the Original WM5 ROM (in case you want to sell the device), otherwise if you have the install ation files or a download of your original WM5 ROM, then skip procedure below & proceed to 1.k. 1. Backup your Bootloader, Extended ROM, WinCE ROM, Radio ROM & PIM (contacts, t asks, emails) Using MTTY116 Utility uploaded here: a. Disable USB ActiveSync connection in your PC/Notebook b. Place PPC in bootloader mode: Press & hold Power + Backlight + Reset until te xt "Serial appears in PPC screen c. Connect your PPC to PC/Notebook using the USB cable d. Run MTTY.exe in your PC e. Select \\. \WCEUSBSH001in the Port drop down list f. Insert a blank 128Mb SD/MMC card in PPC g. Click "Ok" & Press "Enter" in the MTTY screen to display USB> prompt

h: Type task 32 USB>task 32 USB>d2s 70000000 80000 (this will backup your bootloader to SD/MMC) Press Enter Store image to SD/MMC card successful displays in PC & "Checksum Ok" should displa y in PPC if successful USB>d2s 70100000 3FA0000 sd a (this will backup your WINCE ROM & Splash screen t o SD/MMC) Press Enter Wait for 7 - 8 minutes Store image to SD/MMC card successful displays in PC & "Checksum Ok" should displa y in PPC if successful USB>d2s 74100000 A00000 sd a (this will backup your Extended ROM to SD/MMC) Press Enter Store image to SD/MMC card successful displays in PC & "Checksum Ok" should displa y in PPC if successful USB>d2s 60000000 a24200 sd a (this will backup your Extended ROM to SD/MMC) Press Enter Store image to SD/MMC card successful displays in PC & "Checksum Ok" should displa y in PPC if successful i. Backup of Bootloader, Extended ROM, WINCE + Splash Screen & Radio ROM is done . Remove SD/MMC j. Soft Reset k. To backup PIM: Use ActiveSync to synchronize PPC with MS Outlook. The backup created by the bui lt-in PPC programs/utilities may not be readable in the new OS to be installed. 2. You need to choose an OS ROM (usually nk.nbf, or an automated install exe fil e) You need to decide which Windows Mobile (WM) version plan to install If you want a fully functional OS choose WM5 If you want the latest technologies & enhancements but no video call (as of toda y Oct 27 2007) choose WM6 3. You also need to choose a Radio ROM (radio_.nbf) Some upgrade files comes with both the OS & Radio ROM The currently recommended version is V1.15. Version 1.18 is available & some are using it without any problems You may choose to retain your current radio ROM even if it's not the recommended one, just remove the radio_.nbf file in the upgrade directory. 4. Your HTC Universal USB data/charger cable 5. Microsoft ActiveSync (AS) installed in your PC or Notebook. AS version 4.5 is required if you choose WM6 ROM Preparations in your PC/Notebook: 1. USB cable is directly connected to the PC (don t use USB hub). 2. Disable the standby and hibernation modes on your PC (these may interfere upg rade process) 3. You need to close all other applications on your PC. 4. Extract the upgrade files if it is in .rar or .zip archive into a directory i n your PC. Example: C:\Temp 5. Check for the file contents in the C:\Temp (as in example above) the ROM pack age should contain: a. EnterBL.exe b. GetDeviceData.exe c. MaUpgradeUt_noID.exe (this is a special file created to bypass country, langu age ID checking of your device)

d. e. f. g. h.

RUU.conf RUU.dll UI.dll nk.nbf (this is your OS ROM) radio_.nbf (this is your radio ROM)

If you only have the OS & Radio ROM's (nk.nbf & radio_.nbf), just extract the RO M Package above & drop the OS & Radio ROMs in the directory. Preparations in your HTC Universal 1. Ensure that your device is fully charged. Failure to do so may brick your dev ice! 2. It is highly recommended to remove the SD Card in your PPC slot. The Upgrade Procedure 1. Put your device into Bootloader mode : Press & hold backlight and power buttons then press reset button (the text "Seri al" should appear at the top of the screen) 2. Connect your device to the PC/Notebook using the USB cable. (The text "USB" s hould replace the text "Serial" at the top of the screen) 3. Go to your PC & execute (double click) MaUpgradeUt_noID.exe The Welcome screen should display in your PC: http://buzzdev.net/file.php?62,file=490 4. Press "NEXT" to proceed The Verification screen: This may take a while to display. http://buzzdev.net/file.php?62,file=492 The Confirmation screen. The OS & ROM Version (Builds) should appear in the corr esponding "To:" fields. If not, DO NOT PROCEED. Repeat all the procedures from t he start. You may have a corrupted ROM or the wrong ROM for your device! http://buzzdev.net/file.php?62,file=491 5. If everything is in order, You are now ready to proceed. CLICK THE UPDATE BUT TON. The Update Screen. This will really take a while. Be patient. Do not interact wi th your device unless instructed to do so. http://buzzdev.net/file.php?62,file=493 6. The Congratulations screen. You're almost done, but first follow the instruct ions & the steps on the screen: http://buzzdev.net/file.php?62,file=494 7. Completing the Update - Unplug USB Cable - Hard reset (Cold Boot) by pressing & holding left & right softkeys in the keyb oard & then press reset - Select "0" using hardware keyboard 8 . DONE!

Your device will soft reset followed by the screen alignment & configuration scr eens. If you have a wireless cell phone and leave the coverage area of the phone, you enter into what is called "Roaming." This means you can still place phone calls, however, you are using the network of a different wireless provider. This often costs extra, especially if you are out of the country. To stop the roaming sign al on your wireless phone, there are two options available to you. Mute the speaker Listen to this using a male or female voice M/F Contact your wi reless provider and ask for the roaming package. Although most larger providers, such as Verizon, AT&T and Sprint, all have this included in your package, you m ay need to pay extra with a smaller provider. This removes the roaming signal fr om the phone, but the monthly bill will be higher. Mute the speaker Listen to this using a male or female voice M/F If you do not w ant to add roaming coverage to your phone service, press the "Menu" button and c hoose "Network" from the list of options. Mute the speaker Listen to this using a male or female voice M/F Select "Home" o r deselect "Roaming" (depending on the wireless phone you are using). This remov es the signal for roaming from the phone and you can no longer make phone calls when away from your network. If anybody is still interested in GPS for this model, here is how to get it to w ork. Register at Skyhook and download their cab for winmo. Then download gpsview er. I am using Pocketnavigator free version for mapping. I start gpsviewer first till I get position, then start the mapping program. I use this with no connect ion as the phone is not enabled (free). If any interest I will give more detail. Since this is a fairly simple process; here is a quick tutorial; 1) Download the Skyhook cab file. I had difficulty finding it on their site but if you Google Skyhookvgpsppc50 you will find it 2) Download GpsViewer.PPC300_2577 cab. 3) I am not sure you need this but it cannot hurt to have it. Unhide external GP S settings. HKLM/CONTROLPANEL/GPS SETTINGS add Group and give value of 2(dec) this will add the GPS icon in your phone settings. Here are the screenshots of settings that work for me. I could not get a screens hot of Mapfactor Nav so I used GoogleMaps as an example. I encourage others to e xperiment with the settings to see what else might work. Once again my phone is not activated but as long as wifi is turned on the GPS works(doesn't need to be connected however). To get this working initially though you do need to have a wifi connection at least for the registration scree n in WPS and to get your first several fixes. You may have to register at Skyhoo k to start this process I did not show my username but I used the one I register ed with as a developer. Good luck I hope this works for others. Force EV-DO/1X, quicker ring response I would put these in the tips and tricks section, but that thread is going to ge t long and these two questions are already far too common, so here's a thread wi th a quick answer that will be easily SEARCHABLE (hint, hint!). To do this, you will need your MSL, which only Sprint (or your provider) can pro vide you. Open up the phone app and dial ##778# (PST). You will be asked to ente

r your MSL. Enter it, and you will be brought into the provisioning of your phon e. From the top left, select Modem Settings. On this page, your Slot Cycle Index (SCI) is how often your phone polls the tower for incoming calls, etc. This val ue is 1.28 seconds multiplied by 2^value (i.e 0=1.28 secs, 1=2.56secs) with 0 fa stest, 7 slowest. The default is 2, but lowering it to 1 hasn't noticeably affec ted my battery life, and roughly 2.5 second (SCI 1) response time is far more re asonable than roughly 5 seconds (SCI 2). Also on this page is your preferred operation mode. The Default is Automatic, wh ich is the best available mode (EV that will roll back to 1X when EV is unavaila ble). There are times when you might be in a fringe area and your mode may cycle frequently and this can seriously drain your battery. Setting this to HDR will force EV-DO only if you demand an EV-DO connection. Changing this setting to CDM A Only will force the phone to ignore an EV-DO tower and maintain only a 1xRTT c onnection. Hope this helps you all out! I found an interesting debuging mode on my phone from a Treo post somewhere onli ne. If you go into phone mode and enter ##33284# you enter this debugging/info m ode (like ##786#). I get the following fields: Drop down box for refresh rates (how often numbers update). Drop down box with 1 x and HDR. For those I get: 1x Call Processing State -> 2 =m Paging Channel State Service Option -> 0 Slot Cycle index -> 2 Band # -> -> Sleep Mode CH # -> 50 SID # -> 4195 NID # -> 6 Active Set -> 48 Neighbor Set -> 186 Rx Power -> -96 dbm Rx Ec/Io -> 25 db Rx FER -> 0.00 Tx Adj -> 127 P_REV in use -> 6 HDR Channel Number -> 150 Subnet Color Code -> 152 UATI (UATI104) -> 00 84 0A C0..... (not sure if this is a phone identifier so I' ll leave some off here) UATI (UATI024) -> 40 59 FD Active Set Pilot PN -> 147 Rx Signal Strength -> 95 Rx Power -> -94 dbm Channel PER -> 78 Requested Data Rate -> 0.000 kbps HDR Session State -> 4 = Open State Data Session State -> 0 = Null Current IP Address -> N/A AN/AAA authentication -> 1 = Authenticated

The numbers/values I entered above fluctuate on some or all the fields (some cha nge sometimes, haven't seen them all change or figured out what they mean). Does anyone know what all these mean? ##775 Pst UPgrade PRL ##3282 [DATA] Data Provisioning (3 sub-tabs) ##7738 Protocol Revision Settion (only allows P_rev_6) ##2539 A-Key ##8626337 Preferred Vocoder Settings ##778 [PST] Advanced programming menu - BE VERY Careful HERE!!! ACCOLC - Access Overload Class - This code determines your priority to make and receive calls on the network. Higher the number, lower the priority. Lower the n umber, higher the priority. Emergency Services reserves 0 + 1 (please do not use these) leaving your choices to 2-9. Years ago we began defaulting this code to the last digit of a users MIN to help assure equal priority seeding. SCI - Slot Cycle Index - This determines how often a handset polls the network f or coverage and incoming packets. The default value is 2. A "Slot" is 1.28 secon ds and doubles with each incremental change from 0 to 7 (0=1.28, 1=2.56, 2=5.12 seconds, etc). setting a handset to poll more often may use noticibly more batte ry if coverage is thin or lacking. Glossary: -----------------ACCOLC - Access Overload Class - This code determines your priority to make and receive calls on the network. SCI - Slot Cycle Index - - This determines how often a handset polls the network for coverage and incoming packets. The default value "Slot" is 1.28 seconds and doubles with each incremental change from 0 to 7. MIN - Mobile Identification Number - Unique 10 digit number used to identify the mobile subscriber (User Phone Number). ESN - Electronic Serial Number - Unique number embedded into the hardware engine to identify the hardware. MSL - Master Subsidary Lock - Your Carrier Locked Handset unlock code . NAM - Numeric Assignment Module - Traditional Analog, FDMA/TDMA/CDMA handset provisioning (programming) location. MIN, ESN, NID, SID, PRL, PRI as well as var ious data settings are all coded within the NAM. SID - System ID NID - Network ID PRL - Preferred Roaming List PRI - Primary Rate interface Description of the ACCOLC. Saw this and got kinda confusing so did some research of my own...Not sure how t rue this is but what i gathered.

It's primarily for controlling the reverse control channel link. Each of the 16 values (0 to15) on the phones corresponds to a flag bit In the "overload control global action message " There is a total of 16 flag bits in the Global action message. It is not hierarchical! When a flag bit is set high, the phones with that ACCOLC setting will be in serve mode. They will place calls when the user request. When the bit is low, the phone will not accept a call request from the user. When a user request a call, the phone will respond with the fast busy signal. Any of the flag bits can be high or low, with no correlation to other bits. If the 16 bit control word is, 1010-0000-0011-1111. Only phones with the ACCOLC of 1, 3, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15, and 16 will accept request for placing a call. It doesn't have to restrict the phones based on a hierarchical system. (ie) It can allow level 1 access while disallowing level 5 access. Incoming calls are regulated by the cellular network. The phone still monitors the control channel for incoming calls and new global action messages, but it will refuse to accept a call request from the user. The practice of using the last digit of the phone number will evenly distribute the current users into 10 groups. When incoming request grow beyond capacity, the control channel can basically disable users in 10% increments. It is up to the control station to rotate the blackout among the 10% chunks that reside on each overload class. Or the control station can lock out a group, or all groups for as long as it wants. Presumably with bit 10 in the high condition all the time to allow emergency personnel unrestricted access. When you dial 911 on an AMPS, CDMA, TDMA, GSM phone, it will ignore the global action message and proceed to initiate a call as soon as the control channel finishes serving the current phone that it is talking with. That is why you have a setting on AMPS (and newer) phones for the emergency number. When you dial that number, it will ignore any ACCOLC or global action messages, and it proceed to initiate the call . The ACCOLC is supported on AMPS, TDMA, CDMA, and GSM. It is used for a different purpose in the UK for GSM phones but it still has the same 16 bit control system. And no modifications have to be made to the phone for it to work on the US system or the UK system. When you get a recording that all lines are busy on the cell phone, Then ACCOLC is not being utilized. The wireline connection to the tower is what is beyond capacity.

When you get the fast beep, then the ACCOLC is being utilized, And your phone is currently being restricted by the tower, because their is no more frequency slots available.. Hope everyone will learn as much as I have off of this. This also mean's the higher your number the more importance you may have EDIT NOTE - It should be clear there is no CDMA or TDMA Analog band as Digital ( CDMA/TDMA/FDMA) is completely different from Analog. CDMA/TDMA/FDMA come only in Digital and is Cellular (800mhz) or PCS (1900mhz), while Analog is Cellular (80 0mhz) only (clearly not digital). Network congestion is a major concern on all n etworks. We absolutely have used ACCOLC since Analog, It became an auto program feature (defaulting to last digit of MIN/MSID) shortly after Digital handsets st arted making their way to the networks. This became auto in an attempt to seed t he network evenly to assist with congestion concerns. You do understand that the reason it allows your phone to ring quicker is becaus e your handset is polling the network more often, updating the network of its lo cation and status. Updating the network status this way means it is also looking at the nearby site s which allows your handset to determine its coverage, this is why it impacts ba ttery life. If you are in low coverage your phone will use more juice "looking" for the network. Lets not forget that .6 watts is the maximum output of the CDMA radio. The hands et dynamically adjusts its output based upon coverage quality. If it ran at full power all the time you would get little life and have a fairly physically hot h andset. (Ouch for GSM which is 1 full watt - cook you faster!). I talked to one other person that had this same issue. He only had it w/ a rom that had a registry setting for the screen alignment. Are there any custom registry settings you're using for alignment? One possible fix is to delete the registry setting from the phone, and re-align. Maybe that will keep them from changing back. Here is the registry location HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\HARDWARE\DEVICEMAP\TOUCH Delete the key called "CalibrationData". Reset your phone, and then re-align. By the way, a quick way to get to the re-align screen is to push the center of t he joystick and the windows key at the same time.