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Dec 24, 2007
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My first "how to" questions are as follows...

1. How do I transfer a movie to my iPhone? (I had a mpeg-4 in iTunes that I right clicked and got the option "Convert for iPhone/iPod". I did so and then tried to drag the file to my phone, but no success.)

2. How can I get set a home page on the internet browser?

Thanks!

EBO
 

KNK

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Jul 22, 2007
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#4
Like OJ said, you can find everything you want to know in this forum.

The search button is your, all questions you ask has already been answered already many times. Instant gratification can be slow sometimes, you have to read and discover.

Merry Christmas my good buddy OJ.

Tomorrow...The horror....The Horror...
 

Lincoln

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Aug 11, 2007
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#5
I agree. Search. It's in the forum policy, and this thread completely goes against that.

There are so many threads here that, unless your problem is very unordinary, it has been answered.

- John
 

OJsakila

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Jul 15, 2007
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#6
Like OJ said, you can find everything you want to know in this forum.

The search button is your, all questions you ask has already been answered already many times. Instant gratification can be slow sometimes, you have to read and discover.

Merry Christmas my good buddy OJ.

Tomorrow...The horror....The Horror...

and to you, my friend, a very Merry Christmas!
 
Aug 30, 2007
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#8
My first "how to" questions are as follows...

1. How do I transfer a movie to my iPhone? (I had a mpeg-4 in iTunes that I right clicked and got the option "Convert for iPhone/iPod". I did so and then tried to drag the file to my phone, but no success.)

2. How can I get set a home page on the internet browser?

Thanks!

EBO
1. Use iTunes to Sync. No dragging with iPhone.
2. There is no default homepage. The last page you were on will be the one that it starts on next time.
3. Use search next time. ;-)
 

Griffinaz

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Oct 5, 2007
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#11
It isn't that they are being a tough crowd, it is that the answers to most newbie questions have already been answered in depth and the search tool will lead everyone to great postings that have very instructive answers with most having step by step instructions to fixing problems or how to do something. After answering the questions the first 50 times when the phone was new many of the original posters would rather not have to do it again.