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Email image dloads can't be stopped easily

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by catmek64, Apr 12, 2012.

  1. catmek64

    catmek64 Newbie
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    With my skyrocket email client (not the gmail client), I click on any particular email, and discover that it has 100 images !!!!! GRRR! I hate those emails !!:mad: :mad:. The question, I can't stop it from fetching them off the net, and it keeps the dloads up, even when I delete that email. The only way I can stop it, is go into "flight mode" I can't find a "stop" anywhere. Sure eats up a lot of my available data. Any ideas?:mad:

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  2. Showme

    Showme Newbie

    I asked the same question a few weeks ago and got no replies so I guess we are stuck with it. Sure is frustrating to watch precious battery resources wasted.
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  3. catmek64

    catmek64 Newbie
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    And, I even did a search, and found nothing related to the problem. I guess I just gotta quit trying to open anything in Charter email. There should be some kind of regulations about all those images, anyway. An attachment, that's different. I can chose on that one. And, a battery killer, it is. I'm worried that the usb connector's life is going to be real short. So, I keep it oiled with commutator oil in an attempt to extend it's life. And, of course, I carry a spare.
  4. Showme

    Showme Newbie

    I use Comcast and have the same concern so I'm not sure who needs to install a "don't download" button. :rolleyes:

    I hope a "delete all" button for email shows up too. Given the extreme amount of spam getting through, that would be neat.........
  5. catmek64

    catmek64 Newbie
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    Dumped that "junk" original Email client, and went with K-9. 100 times better, and it's soooooo much faster. That original client even poked along deleting items. What an improvement, this K-9. A bit ticklish to set-up with Charter.com, but got it playing nice with Office.

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The Samsung Galaxy S2 Skyrocket release date was November 2011. Features and Specs include a 4.5" inch screen, 8MP camera, 1GB RAM, Snapdragon S3 processor, and 1850mAh battery.

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