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    Thanks a million, Thierry. That info is VERY helpful and thanks for posting the link to the manual.
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    Am having problems with this. I can't activate it cause it says I need to close Push to Talk. Since I don't have BBM, PTT is one of my 5 apps always running. How do I get rid of PTT?
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    Am having problems with this. I can't activate it cause it says I need to close Push to Talk. Since I don't have BBM, PTT is one of my 5 apps always running. How do I get rid of PTT?
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    This is how to remove it it from the BB. I don't know how to stop it - never used it.

    Anyone know if this user can stop PTT to enable using this ap?
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    man this is a pretty sweet app/ i like that it warns you to. i spend most of my life on wifi it seems but i do need to raise my non roaming data up a bit
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    I'll definitely give this one a try.
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    Wow. This is awesome. I too was going to ask how to change the billing cycle start date as mine begins on the 28th of each month. It would also be nice to add maybe the ability to change units to show perhaps just B, KB, KiB, MB, MiB, etc.

    Does this program track all data use?

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    Has anyone downloaded the updated version of this. You can actually set what day of the month u want the data counter to restart so you can match it up with your billing cycle. And it has a fresh new look
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    Just got the new one, Jonny. It does look different - playing with it now.
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    Just downloaded it, seems pretty good like the Gui
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    Gonna check this out . .
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    It seems to slow the phone down a bit, is there a way to stop it or turn it off.I am not worried about data use in the US, but do need to monitor it when I am travelling overseas. So it would be useful to start it when rvelling, then switch off when at home
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    Quote Originally Posted by dushdavj View Post
    It seems to slow the phone down a bit, is there a way to stop it or turn it off.I am not worried about data use in the US, but do need to monitor it when I am travelling overseas. So it would be useful to start it when rvelling, then switch off when at home
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    You can "close" it but that doesn't exit the ap - I don't think you can stop it. I'd like to turn it off too.

    Also I think the warning ranges are probably too small for most users- they are for me. I get warnings of going over my limit every day so I need to "up" the values a bit.
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    It does allow you to change the warning ranges in the cofiguration menu, not sure if the maximums will be enough though. Whilst I understand the need for the program to remain in the memory to work I would definitely like the option to exit the program

    Still a very useful program.
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    Quote Originally Posted by jblackfish View Post
    Also I think the warning ranges are probably too small for most users- they are for me. I get warnings of going over my limit every day so I need to "up" the values a bit.
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    It does allow you to change the warning ranges in the cofiguration menu, not sure if the maximums will be enough though.................
    I increased the values - I set my daily to 150mb and my monthly to 5,000mb (5 gb) That's a LOT better.
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    Glad that worked.
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