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Old 11-10-2006, 08:51 AM   #1 (permalink)
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I got this error when trying to download google talk directly to my 8100.

I've seen this same question posed a few times when I searched BBF but it doesn't appear to have ever been answered.

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Old 11-10-2006, 01:15 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Oh come oooooooon, SOMEBODY has to know??

P.S., on a side note, why doesn't my moving avatar move?
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i got google talk from blackberry.com/apps or something like that... it didn't work for me through the mobile.blackberry.com site... that version is old or something.

look up google talk for blackberry on google... if you see the blackberry.com/ site.. that is where i got a working version.
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MMM, So you mean download it on my PC than drag it over to the Blackberry?
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i think that is how i did it.
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thanks for the help krad!
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Default HTTP Error 413: Requested Entity Too Large

Has anyone been able to find out what causes this error. I get this error on numerous pages including Blackkberryforums
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Anybody know what the MB size download limit for files?

I was trying to download a video from this site: 3GP, FREE 3GP Videos Download 3GP Mobile Videos
And it seems like it WILL download, I tried 2 of them, and I got the Error 413: Entity Too large thing...so I'm wondering what size is TOO LARGE for download on the Pearl?

An acquaintance told me it worked on his TMo MDA, and used it while he was bored at work.
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blackberry.com/GoogleTalk is where to get google talk.

I am 100% newbie, but from I know, a 413 error is that your browser thinks it is too large a file to handle.

Normally, this would happen with much larger files on a normal computer, but with the speeds/connectivities of wireless, there is a lower threshold.

If you notice, it happens when you download .exe files and other apps not made for your BB- probably on purpose. The data packets of the .exe cannot be guaranteed to be in tact upon full download.

smartcomputing.com states:
The Web server has determined that the data being sent by the browser is simply too large (that is, too many bytes). This occurs when file size limits are exceeded. For example, when uploading a very large file (using a technique such as HTTP PUT), a 413 error may be returned when the Web server sees that the file size is too large.
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This error is typically due to configuration or programming errors on the Web server end. It may be possible to shrink the request entity (such as uploading a smaller file). Otherwise, the Web server will need to be reconfigured to accommodate the larger entity. You should inform Webmasters of the offending sites about the trouble.

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