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USING A SWEDISH WINDOWS KEYBOARD ON MAC OSX

(Använda en svenskt Windows tangentbord på MAC OSX)

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Telia and Telenor tethering in Sweden

Been fighting with this since I got the phone. I’m just sticking this here because it took me so long to figure out – not because it’s particularly interesting to anyone. I am sure that one day I’ll have this page to refer to when I have to reinstall everything on the phone.

The phone is AT&T, which locks out tethering unless you have an AT&T Tethering Account., so first I had to follow the instructions in this thread (as I’m in Sweden and on Telia.)

http://forum.xda-developers.com/showthread.php?t=1160452

Then I had to create a Telia Online APN. I think the key reason it didn’t work for me before was simply because I didn’t have all of the “APN type” settings earlier (it was just default.)

Name: Telia Online
APN: online.telia.se
Proxy: 10.254.254.254
Port: 8080
Username:
Password:
Server:
MMSC:
MMS proxy:
MMS port:
MCC: 240
MNC: 01
Authentication type: None
APN Type: default,supl,agps,fota,dun,tether
APN protocol: IPv4/IPv6

And with a Telenor broadband sim in Sweden.

APN: internet.telenor.se
Proxy:
Port:
Username:
Password:
Server:
MMSC:
MMS proxy:
MMS port:
MCC: 240
MNC: 08
Authentication type: PAP
APN type: default,supl,inet,fota,agprs,dun,tether
APN protocol: IPv4

Motoblur Drafts

This is unrelated to anything else on this site. I use my phone for all my personal emails; it is a Motorola Atrix. The email client in MOTOBLUR is really good, in my opinion, but there is no obvious location where it saves unsent drafts. They are not in the ‘folders/drafts’ folder and the googles didn’t help me find them either. My beautiful works in progress were lost every time I switched apps. However, I just found the secret stash of unsent works… under the ‘plus’ button when looking at the inbox for whatever account you’re in. Click there and you’ll find a treasure trove of unsent mails that you have started and never finished, having to retype everything again since you didn’t yet know where the drafts were saved. Well, now you do!

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