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John Cody's Vnotes

Important Release Notes

Below are some current issues with Vnotes that you should be aware of:

  • Handango refuses to carry my products and reneges on my Raffle prize! Read more about this...
     

  • Email Myself Feature on some 2003 "SE" Smartphones does not work correctly - There appears to be a bug that is preventing the "Email Myself" feature from working properly on some of the Smartphones running the newer 2003 "SE" version of the operating system. Instead of receiving your voice note as an attachment to an email, it is embedded within the email document as a bunch of random characters. This problem does NOT occur on any 2002 or 2003 Smartphone device. I am researching to see if it is possible to create a fix for this issue on my end, instead of having to wait for a fix from the device's OEM manufacturers, but there is no ETA at this time. If you experiance this problem, please provide your contact info here so we can contact you when a fix is ready.

    UPDATE: There is a workaround in the mean time...just select "Email Other Recipient" and enter your email address in the "To:" field, or just select your own contact record from your contact list by pressing the OK  [Action] button while at the "To:" line. This will use the built-in "Inbox" email application to send the note to yourself.

     

  • The Activation System for versions higher then 1.0.1 has changed - As a result, any previous Activation Code will not work with versions of Vnotes higher then 1.0.1. However, your original registration code (issued to you when you first purchased Vnotes) is still valid, and you can use it during the installation of a newer version of Vnotes to obtain your new activation code.
     

  • Orange Phone Customers - If you are an Orange phone customer, and you get an error similar to "This application does not have sufficient rights to install..." when you try to install Vnotes, then you might need to "Unlock" your phone so it will allow you to install Vnotes. Just go to This Page and follow the directions to unlock your Orange phone.
     

  • Nextel i930 Users - The below website offers a way to unlock your phone so you can install unsigned apps! (like Vnotes) - http://www.rebreathertech.com/decert/
  • T-Mobile SDA Users - The below pages offer a way to application unlock your phone so you can install non-digitally signed apps:

http://www.gpcarreon.com/?p=350
http://www.gpcarreon.com/?p=151

  • Request a FREE Trial-Extension code - If you got caught up with other things and find yourself running out of trial days before you are able to really dig into Vnotes, have no fear - just request a FREE Trial Extension Code
     

  • Helpful Tip - Remember to check out the Vnotes support forum for helpful info and tips for using Vnotes.

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