off-topic: mobile accessibility
janina at rednote.net
Wed Nov 5 10:30:40 EST 2003
No. Not without sighted assistance.
The ability to install without sighted assistance is claimed by the
marketers of TALX.
PS: If anyone buys either Mobile Accessibility or TALX, please file a
complaint with the FCC for a Section 255 violation on the part of your
phone company and Nokia. See http://www.afb.org/section255.asp.
Why? Because, by U.S. law, you shouldn't have to pay a single dime for
Alex Snow writes:
> From: Alex Snow <alex_snow at gmx.net>
> You might want to look in
> http://groups.yahoo.com/group/blindy2 and do a search for mobile
> Sun, Nov 02, 2003 at 04:35:09PM -0500, igueths at comcast.net wrote:
> > Hi all. I read on another list back when it still existed, that one could
> > install mobile accessibility onto their phone themself.Does anyone know if
> > this is still possible? From what I've read recently, it seems that you
> > have to mail your phone to a distributor and have them install it for you.
> > I want to avoid this if at all possible, because of the longer turn around
> > time it would involve. Does anyone know if it is still possible to install
> > moile accessibbility yourself? Thanks.
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