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    How does one space a next line when creating a text message, as the 'enter' button send the sms rather than edit it.???
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    There's no point because text messages aren't formatted.
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    If you are looking to add a new line instead of send when pressing the enter key I believe there is a patch for that. Although I'm not well versed in that area so can't tell you the exact name. But I'm sure someone can....
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    Yup just look in patch -> messaging
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    Jeeeees....
    Is everything on this phone addressed with a 3rd party patch?!
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    This is good, but ffs.....patch,patch,patch.....for everything?!
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    I cant even see a time & date stamp on messages!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Komster View Post
    I cant even see a time & date stamp on messages!
    Yep, there's a patch for that, too!
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    yea its such a drag having such customizations available.. hehe

    to me that was the biggest selling point for webos
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    So tell me....

    Is it worth just leaving the current Palm OS and switching over to another one?

    Im not a very techy inclined person and just want my phone to 'work'....without all this BS'ing about.

    Is there one easy route to getting this damm phone to work as it should without killing my warranty and taking the patch route?
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    Does it not work as it should? If you are experiencing technical issues you should contact tech support for assistance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Komster View Post
    So tell me....

    Is it worth just leaving the current Palm OS and switching over to another one?

    Im not a very techy inclined person and just want my phone to 'work'....without all this BS'ing about.

    Is there one easy route to getting this damm phone to work as it should without killing my warranty and taking the patch route?
    patching doesn't even remotely affect your warranty, have no fear. The fact that so many patches ar available is what helps make webos awesome. Instead of having to reocmpile an entire rom to make a small change (like seeing timestamps on messages, or adding the ability to format lines in sms meessages) all you do is run a simple scrript and do a soft restart
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    OK...So considering Im an alien, with an IQ of 3 and dont know what a mobile phone is!..(just in case I screw up along the way!..lol)

    Could someone kindly direct me to where I would get the required patch from that would allow me to see time stamps?

    Many thanks in advance!
    ...from the planet needabetterphone.

    I currently have the Palm webOS 1.4.1.
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    Here is an introduction to homebrew and patches:

    http://forums.precentral.net/palm-pr...ml#post2012900

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