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Old 03-15-2006, 07:13 PM   #1 (permalink)
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when i sign out of google talk, it's like my data plan doesn't work. i can't send/receive e-mail, access the web, etc. then after i've signed out i can't sign back into it obviously because something isn't working. but if i do a hard reboot i will receive all my waiting e-mail and the pending ones will send, and i will be signed into google talk automatically. can i fix this?
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Old 03-15-2006, 07:34 PM   #2 (permalink)
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The same thing happens to me with any 3rd party app that requires data. Next time just turn the radio off then back on instead of pulling the battery

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have you tried uninstalling and reinstalling
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i uninstalled, haven't reinstalled.
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Old 03-16-2006, 11:57 AM   #5 (permalink)
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GT is probably the easies software to use at this moment -- have you tried to use different method to reinstall, meaning: from desktop or OTA.

I recommend OTA from the authetic link from RIM. Mine works like a charm from the first day to now.
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I uninstalled it. It works great for just Google Talk buddies, but I was wanting to get it to work with Yahoo IM friends. Unfortunately I couldn't find a jabber transport that consistently worked.

I'm back to evaluating Verichat and trying to decide if it's really worth the cost versus the built-in TMO IM client.
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I uninstalled it. It works great for just Google Talk buddies, but I was wanting to get it to work with Yahoo IM friends. Unfortunately I couldn't find a jabber transport that consistently worked.

I'm back to evaluating Verichat and trying to decide if it's really worth the cost versus the built-in TMO IM client.
jabber.anywise.com has been flawless for me and Google Talk.
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jabber.anywise.com has been flawless for me and Google Talk.
Ditto for me also.
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