Guys, "full HTML" means full HTML, and it's what the people want. Leave the WAP formatting to Webmasters, okay? They know what they're doing.The upside here is that it looks like the same hack that freed Behold from the chains of T-Mo's proxy server will also work on Memoir, giving you full access to the phone's Web browser. Memoir appears (from the photos) to ship with the same browser as Behold , and it's not a bad browser for a featurephone. An easy-to-follow hack will route you away from the Web2Go sever and out into the full Web, and according to our dear reader/viewer, the hack works on Memoir just like it does on Behold. S/he even included a few before an after photos as proof: PhoneDog may be missing an image or two in the "after" shot, but it's rendered more or less as it should be, and without that annoying magneta header.
Note that AT&T's Eternity ships with the same browser as Behold and Memoir but is fully ready to rock the big, bad HTML Web right of the box. I never thought I'd say this, but score one for AT&T and shame on you T-Mo. Or T-Mo and Samsung. Or whoever's behind this evil plot.
Here's another shot of another Website in "Web2Go" format, and a shot of the Admin screen that lets you change the server setting. I'll be sure to try this out myself and report back just as soon as I can. In the meantime, thanks Dear Reader ... and big ups for including a cameo of D12 in the background of your pics!