Well, I had a server computer malfunction. Not like it matters much anymore, but I just thought I'd post something. As of Saturday morning August 21, 2010, I found my server computer has died. Troubleshooting it will have to be put off until no earlier than August 25, 2010. This means that everything ted.servepics.com has ceased to function, though I have put a temp forwarding dns in place.
Well, just as a FYI. I'm taking my annual roadtrip, so I may not be around here as much. I will have me laptop and try to check in. I hope the Mickey server stays faithfull, because I won't be around if it needs a hard re-boot.
I'll be giving my other V9m that I gave the sideways USCC monster -> Telus upgrade the full testing as well. Wish me luck.
And I know most don't give my photo gallery a look, but, of course I'll be adding to that a bit when I get back.
Now, I know most people usually read the forums and I will probably copy this to a forum post as well, but I thought I'd post this info here first.
Now I know that most of you have moved on to newer phones, and most of the rest don't have 'flashable' phones, but with Mark's permission, I did write on my site a guide for flashing to Vivo. It can be found here. I've already talked to styol about posting it here, and he's down with that. And now it is.
I had a fair sized dual proccessor computer and an unused webcam. So I thought, why not use this webcam to show the rest of the world what my world looks like? I searched and found some software and a primitive (free webhosting site) way to do so. About the same time I joined this site. Then I thought about getting a faster computer (a Pent D805), and therefore it was. Then I thought,
PLEASE, PLEASE, PLEASE, if you have a newer VZW V3m that does not use a ESN, but rather a pESN/MEID, DO NOT JUST BLINDLY TRY TO USE any of the seem edits in the guides here, nor don't try to flash your phone without first searching the forums here and even the internet as a whole! The seem edits and hacks here were designed for the older V3m's with no later than the 01.09.02 f/w on them. IF YOUR PHONE HAS ANYTHING HIGHER, LIKE 01.19.xx as a f/w, PROCEED WITH MUCH CAUTION!. The best way to find out is to power your phone off, remove th