My Digital Story

Just to make live easier…

abuhawa in person


My Full Time jobs : Fight for the cause of Islam (not Islam Hadhari).

My Part Time jobs : Instrument Engineer

Interest : Gadgets (be it Pocket PC, UMPC, Laptop, GPS)

I’m proud to be a muslim, and continue this journey in Allah’s will and way.

Married to a woman (wife, bestfriend, soul partner, organiser, consultant, private advisor, secretary, everything..), and father to a two THREE cute daughters.. I’m blessed with this life. Alhamdulillah!

-Abu Hawa-

5 Comments »

  1. Salamu Alaykum

    May GOD Bless your good soul, as well as your small and inshallah very happy family, and may GOD keeps you improving in all levels inshallah.
    My Brother i am very happy to find such believer in islam
    and would like to keep in touch with you,
    i am an architect from lebanon and will be happy to have your email if possible.

    salamu alaykum

    Comment by Houssam | 20/11/2008

  2. cayalah azmin…..
    happy new year awal muharam 1430H and 2009M.

    WanHalim

    Comment by kakikiri | 05/01/2009

  3. salaam inchek azmin. wah2…jumpa balek dah 2 anak. syabays! hehe…aleng bile nk kejar?

    p/s: xabes lagi minat hang pd gadget nooo..

    Comment by syear | 08/01/2009

  4. Abuhawa:

    Hi and greetings from very far away…

    I just wanted to tell you that I am very grateful for stumbling onto your site while researching Finchsync.

    I have learned a great deal from your writings.

    Thank you.

    Sincerely,

    Richard in MN, USA

    PS: Great family pics!

    Comment by Rick | 11/03/2009

  5. Hi and thank you for your instructions regarding FinchSync and getting the TB Addressbook to the Omnia. I can’t explain why, but I had the following difficulties.

    About 2 weeks ago I successfully sync’ed my TB Addressbook to my Samsung Omnia using the tetherered approach with FinchSync. Since then, I think there’s a newer version (d, rather than c). However, I can no longer get the sync to work. I get the message that it cannot connect to the server. I don’t know where to begin to debug this. Any ideas, hints or suggestions?

    Comment by Tarzan | 19/03/2009


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