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Extending Phone Ring Length Before it Goes to Voicemail.

17 May
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If you would like to extend the phone ring length before it goes to voicemail please take a look below.

I have pre-entered an example for the VODAFONE, O2, Orange and T-Mobile networks.

The time can be altered in 5 second steps and be set between 5 and 30 seconds long – so you can use 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 or 30 seconds.

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How To Guide:
All the following are 30 seconds long. Change the 30 to 5, 10, 15, 20, 25 to alter the ring length.

Type the following into the keypad on the dial screen.

**61*121*10*30# Then press the call button (VODAFONE)
**61*901*10*30# Then press the call button (O2)
**61*123*10*30# Then press the call button (Orange)
**61*150*10*30# Then press the call button (T-Mobile)

You can also change the ring duration from the menu function on some phones but not all phones and devices have this capability.

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T-Mobile Network SIM Card Lock Default Code [SOLVED]

25 May
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If you have just got a new SIM card from T-mobile network and you have tried setting up SIM card lock then this code is the default and will work for you.

Default T-Mobile Network SIM card lock code is: 1210
This code allows you to change the sim card lock code so if you loose your phone and someone tries to power your phone on or put your SIM card in another phone it will ask for this code. It prevents people from running up your phone bill etc.  Very useful!

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Three network SIM Card Lock Code [SOLVED]

24 May
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If you have just got a new SIM card from Three mobile network and you have tried setting up SIM card lock then this code is the default and will work for you.

Default Three Mobile Network SIM card lock code is: 0000

This code allows you to change the sim card lock code so if you loose your phone and someone tries to power your phone on or put your SIM card in another phone it will ask for this code. It prevents people from running up your phone bill etc.  Very useful!

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PHP Web Stat – Problem with recreating the cache

08 Jan
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If you get a problem with the PHP Web Stat counter not loading and saying the following message then I have a possible solution.

Error Message:
PHP Web Stat Updating Stat Cache ErrorPlease wait…
Updating stat cache!
This process can take a few seconds.

 

If the problem occurs, no Finish button will appear by creating the cache, the following approach could solve this problem:

FIX 1:
Browser = Internet Explorer?
The problem should not occur

Browser = Firefox?
When using this browser the following setting will help:
1. Open “about:config” in the firefox browser. (Instead of “http://www.something.com” use “about:config” this will access the FireFox configuration file.
2. Select the value “network.http.redirection-limit” or copy and paste it from here and search the config file for this value.
3. Choose the right mouse button and choose “Edit” or “Modify”
4. Change the default value from “20” to “100”
5. Confirm with the OK button
6. Exit browser and restart
7. Ready

 

Fix 2:

If the problem still persists try this:
When you have installed the counter visit the address e.g:
http://www.mydomain.com/stat/sysinfo.php

The sysinfo.php page will show you green tick, yellow caution signs and red crosses.

What they mean:

Green Tick = Everything fine.
Yellow Caution = Possibly delete the file such as update.php
Red Cross = Problem with permissions on the file or folder.

You need to fix all these issues to make sure your counter works correctly.

Easiest way would be to log into FTP program and right click on each file and folder to change the permission to what it either states in the manual or like below:



A useful page to access when the counter is not working correctly is the admin page located here for example:

http://www.mydomain.com/stat/config/admin.php

Another very useful page is the admin area called “Statistic Backup” always create a statistic backup when you make any modification and also on a regular basis incase of hacking or file loss etc.

The developers forum is located here:
http://www.php-web-statistik.de/cgi-bin/yabb/YaBB.pl

Apart from this problem the counters they offer are really easy to setup and great to monitor website visitors. We at NerdorTurd have purchased PHP Web Stat to monitor our visitors.
If you are interested please visit:
http://www.php-web-statistik.de
http://www.php-web-statistik.de/index-english.html

 

 

 

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