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  1.    #1  
    Is there a way to monitor how many minutes have been used overall instead of just per phone call? I'm on PagePlus and have limited minutes and would love a way to track how many i go through in a month on my phone
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    I think this is what you are looking for:
    http://forums.precentral.net/webos-h...7-minstat.html

    The app is no longer maintained but works well under 1.4.5.
    Be sure to read carefully the installation instructions
  3.    #3  
    That is exactly what I am looking for! Will try it out and let you know
  4.    #4  
    Darn, I wasn't able to install
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    Quote Originally Posted by krazgjcc View Post
    Darn, I wasn't able to install
    Did you enabled Developer-Mode?

    Then:

    1) Download http://minstat.hlavka.de/minstat_package.zip, the archive contains both, the service and the app. Unzip it.
    2) Install both of the files with WebOS-QI - minstatservice at first (Java will restart), minstat as second
  7.    #7  
    I did have dev mode enabled...it woulit said the service package was corrupt. Any help much appreciated!
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    I just checked the md5sum of the package with the one i saved when i installed it. They are the same, so it's no problem with the package itself.

    Do you have any phone-app related patches installed?
    Does the failure appear on a fresh doctored device?
  9.    #9  
    Phone related patches:

    call duration in call log,
    enabled dialpad vibration with audio

    those are the only 2 and i've never doctored the device...
  10. #10  
    Try to remove those two patches and install minstat afterwards like described. Perhaps you can reinstall the patches afterwards again...
  11.    #11  
    Removed them and still not able to install service portion. I have the icon on my phone afterward but it says "service error (not installed?)"
  12. #12  
    A reboot doesn't help? Then my last advice would be to doctor the phone... but i'm not sure if this will solve your problem - perhaps it works only with world-ready GSM phones...
  13.    #13  
    I've never "doctored" my phone and really don't understand what it means....sorry i'm such a newbie at all this I do appreciate you taking the time to problem solve this with me, but I think you are right, may not work on my phone
  14. #14  
    Doctoring your phone means to put your phone back to factory defaults... This wipes every changes you made (patches, apps...) and also all personal data (Call-Log, SMS, ...).
    You need to download a program for your PC/Mac and plug your phone via USB.
    The process is pretty easy (you find a link to the correct version of program in your palm-profile online). I never heard of anyone who had problems after doctoring his phone.

    But as said, you will loose all data, that are currently on your phone - so you have to decide if it's worth - because i can't promise it'll work afterwards, and the minutes-counter was not always 100% reliable... so my answer would be "no"
  15.    #15  
    Agreed! I do appreciate you taking the time to be sure I understood, thank you!

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