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Old 11-14-2011, 02:45 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Hi Everyone, first time poster here.

So I have an unlocked AT&T Curve 8310 with Latest OS that I will be dropping on T-Mobile's Unlimited everything for $50 a month plan.

I got the OS updated to latest version, but whenever I click on applications in desktop manager (Version 6.1.0.35), it says "There was a problem communicating with the device" "View applications"

After I click on view applications, it just tries to read the BB and says the same message again.

Any help? Thanks!
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If you don't have a BB dataplan, it probably won't work. Check to see if your plan imncludes BB data (BIS).
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If that's the case, then I have had 3 T-Mobile reps lie to me. One online, one over the phone, and one in-store rep. I can't believe they can be THAT desperate to sell me a $7 SIM card.
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Got it working, Just had to wait for the provisioning to go through.
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