SmartPhone Hacks, Tweaks, Tips & Utilities
My phone is a T-mobile branded system but I don't use T-mobile as a carrier so having one of the special keys jump to the T-Mobile web site isn't really all that useful. On this device, I have a row of four special keys where the left is T-mobile and the other three are used by Windows Media player. I assumed that this must be configured via the registry so spent quite a while searching for which key before figuring out it was file system controlled. In the \Windows directory you'll find a link file called "Short_AP1.lnk". Edit this file to contain as a link "34#\Windows\iexplore.exe http://<YourChoiceOfPages> and save it. For file system work like this, I like Total Commander: http://www.ghisler.com/smartphone.htm.
The other special keys are controlled by "Short_AP2.lnk" through
"Short_AP4.lnk"and the two other speci al keys "SHORT_CAMERA.lnk" and
The other special keys are controlled by "Short_AP2.lnk" through "Short_AP4.lnk"and the two other speci
al keys "SHORT_CAMERA.lnk" and "Short_POC.lnk".
One of the problem with Pocket IE is that it takes forever to scroll down through long pages. Here's a neat trick to implement paging that Ray Ozzie provided. The following defines the they keypad keys to scroll.
Just go to " \HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Internet Explorer\KeyMaps" add the following five dword values:
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