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    YZF600 is offline Member 541 points
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    *THE* Mobile Phone thread.

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    This thread will be for all things mobile phones. How to unlock, what phones to get, WHAT works.

    I'll start things off with some super noob questions.

    1.) what options are there for network coverage? IN my limited knowledge base, smartphones that can access the web (those with full web browsers), need 2 or 3G signals.What sort of signals does DOM have, and what sort of data plans do Lime offer?

    2.) campus wifi. we all know it apparently only works if your device's creditionals are cert'd by the IT department (hence why a new laptop won't be able to get internet unless you have IT configure it). Is there ANY way to make either the iphone OR another smart phone, have the same MAc address/wahtever as your approved device, to let it on the network? You dont have to share HOW it's possible, I jsut want to know if it's possible.

    wooooooooooooooooo. ok. that should start things off!!!

    *THE* Mobile Phone thread.-20080611-barack_obama_3g_iphone1-290x203.jpg

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    YZF600 is offline Member 541 points
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    BREAKING campus wifi news!

    This is from the IT dept:

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    The problem with configuring your own device is that in order to do this you have to create to your own IP address on the device being configured. When this is done it has the unintended impact of taking the IP address away from another student, causing their wireless service to stop working. As you can imagine this is very frustrating for the student who has to continually visit IT to reconfigure their device, disrupting their class and study time.

    While we understand the need and desire of students to be able to use more than one device on the wireless network at this point that is not a possibility. However plans are in place to upgrade the system so that students will be able to logon to the Ross Wireless Network on any device when on campus. You will be notified when this system is in place and operational. In the meantime please respect your peers and the Ross Community and only use devices configured by the IT department."


    It would appear that it really screws over other students when you try and put an unauthorized device on the campus wifi.... but they ARE working on a solution

    This has been a coconut monkey news update
    Last edited by YZF600; 09-16-2011 at 10:16 AM.

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    tootila is offline Junior Member 510 points
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    Every activated iPhone is tied to an Apple ID, without knowing the login and password from which, attackers simply cannot unlock the smartphone. And with iCloud, you can lock your device remotely. So your data will only be available to you. Why not stick with this model? You can also read the Latest Tech News on this 4ProMedia site. They write a lot about phones.
    Last edited by tootila; 11-01-2020 at 09:54 AM.

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