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Me parece que aca lo explican bien es la forma en que sincronizan los correos y mensajeria en este cel
If you’re using Samsung Galaxy S (or any Android phone for that matter), you’d know that the only real ‘push mail’ is the default Gmail app, which obviously only works for your Google accounts. There is another email App by default in SGS, where you can configure email from other providers like Hotmail, Yahoo or your own domain’s email. But this App doesn’t Sync your emails in real time; all it does is check for new email in the time intervals that you set (1 hr, 2 hr… etc).
Fortunately, there’s one email app Called ‘Samsung email’ (obviously, works only for Samsung Android phones), that provides Push email for almost any email address, Hotmail, Yahoo, Exchange, Ovi etc. You should find this in the ‘Samsung Apps’ App on your phone, if not, just head over to this thread at XDA and scroll down a little to find the APK.
When you install that App, you’ll find two new applications, Samsung email and Samsung IM. Open Email and continue to set up your other-than-Gmail accounts (you can set up Gmail too, if you wish). This App Syncs all your emails in real time (well, almost) using Z7 service.
Similarly, you can also set up IM’s for your Google account, MSN or Yahoo Messenger.
Disadvantages: I found that this app makes the battery drain like hell. I only used this for one day (night actually) and that one night of sleep with this App set to background, brought down my battery from around 75% to 23%. I normally see a decrease of maximum 20% points over night.
Also, you’ll find in ‘My Files’ that this App dumps some heavy logs (Z7 logs) that you cannot read normally, but can send to Support.
Editado por everov: 12 April 2011 - 21:29